Inger Marie Berg-Hansen

Associate Professor - Department of Archaeology
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Research interests

  • Early settlement in Northern Europe (Late Palaeolithic, Mesolithic, Neolithic)
  • Human relations to technology and the role of technology in human society, - both in prehistoric hunter-gatherer societies and in societies in general.
  • Litihic technology
  • Landscape archaeology
  • Stone Age settlement survey

Background

Education

PhD, Department of Archaeology, Conservation and History, Faculty of Humanities, University of Oslo, 2017.

Magister artium in Nordic archaeology from University of Oslo, 2002. Dissertation: "Registrering som erfaring. En undersøkelse av metoden for steinalderregistrering i Norge med eksempel fra Lista i Vest-Agder." [Stone Age Settlement survey as experience. An investigation of survey methods used in Norway, with example from Lista, Vest-Agder, Southern Norway.]

Employment history

2017- : Associate Professor, Dep. of Archaeology, Museum of Cultural History, University of Oslo

2012-2016: Research fellow, Museum of Cultural History, University of Oslo

2008 – 2011: Deputy Head of Dep. of Heritage Management, Museum of Cultural History, University of Oslo

2002 – 2011: Researcher, Dep. of Heritage Management, Museum of Cultural History, University of Oslo. Project leader for excavations of cultural heritage monuments from Stone Age, Bronze, Age and Iron Age.

1985 – 2002: Employee on excavation projects including cultural heritage monuments from Stone Age to medieval times.

Archaeology adviser/executive officer at the Norwegian Directorate for Cultural Heritage (Riksantikvaren), Vest-Agder County and Oslo City administration (Byantikvaren).

Appointments

  • Board member, Museum of Cultural History, 2020-2024, elected representative of scientific staff.

  • Head of steering committee for the archaeological excavation project E18 Tvedestrand-Arendal 2016-2018.

  • Member of steering committee for Vestfoldbaneprosjektet, Museum of Cultural History, 2010 - 2013.

  • Member of steering committee for E18- Brunlanesprosjektet, Museum of Cultural History, 2007-2012.

  • Member of Scientific Commission for The Final Palaeolithic of Northern Eurasia, UISPP (http://www.uispp.org/).

  • Archaeologia Baltica (journal) -  member of the editorial board (http://briai.ku.lt/en/publications/archaeologia-baltica/editorial-board/)

Teaching

PhD

The social technology - Technology and traditions in Northern Europe by the end of the Ice Age, 10,900 - 8500 BC 

Summary: The thesis discusses how technology can form the basis for studies of social relations in prehistoric societies, and is based on theory about the relationship between technology, action and society developed within French sociology and ethnology. This forms the basis for a study of the long-term development of social relations and organization of the society in Northern Europe in Final Paleolithic and Early Mesolithic. The study also encompasses the social processes during the first settlement of the Scandinavian Peninsula. The empirical basis is a comparative technological analysis of production waste and stone tools from 20 Stone Age sites in northwestern Germany, Denmark, western Sweden and Norway. The study encompasses chaîne opératoire analysis, dynamic – technological analysis and attribute analysisA study of variations in methods for the production of blades and blade tools between archaeological groups (Ahrensburg culture, Early Maglemose, Fosna, Hensbacka and Phase 1/Komsa), form the basis for identifying technological traditions.

The analysis shows a development from standardized and uniform production concepts in Final Paleolithic, to varied and flexible concepts in Early Mesolithic. At the same time, the basic technological concepts were maintained throughout the period. On this basis it is possible to outline the social development: In Final Paleolithic, the population was small and dispersed, but connected by social networks across large distances. Further, the study indicates that there was both a continuity of, and increase in, the population around the transition to Early Mesolithic. A close technological relationship between the Early Mesolithic groups shows that social networks were already established at the time of the settlement of western Sweden and Norway. During Early Mesolithic, a process of regionalization appears to have begun. Immigration and settlement on the Scandinavian Peninsula in Preboreal took place as a gradual expansion, through the establishment of family groups and enlargement of territories.

 

Tags: Archaeology, Stone Age, Lithic Technology, Technology, Material culture, Stone Age Survey, Landscape archaeology, Hunter-gatherers

Publications

Selected publications

  • Berg-Hansen, I. M., Mjærum, A., Roalkvam, I., Solheim, S. & Schülke, A. ( submitted). Coast-concepts in Norwegian Stone Age archaeology. In Marchand, G., Stephan, P. (eds.): Investigate the shore, sound the past: new methods and practices of Maritime Prehistory, Société Préhistorique Française, Proceedings.

  • Schülke, A., Berg-Hansen, I. M., Mjærum, A., Roalkvam, I. & Solheim, S. ( submitted). New Perspectives on Old Shores: Current approaches on the Mesolithic in south-eastern Norway and their potential. In Marchand, G., Stephan, P. (eds.): Investigate the shore, sound the past: new methods and practices of Maritime Prehistory, Société Préhistorique Française, Proceedings.

  • Berg-Hansen, I. M. & Damlien, H. (in press). Continuity, modification and break in lithic technological practice from the Final Palaeolithic to the Middle Mesolithic (10 900-7000 BCE) in Northern Europe. In J. Apel & L. Sundström (eds.): Stoned - Current Stone-Age Research in Northern Europe, Department of Archaeology at Uppsala University.

  • Mansrud, A. & Berg-Hansen, I. M. (2021). Animist Ontologies in the Third Millennium BCE? Hunter-Gatherer Persistency and Human–Animal Relations in Southern Norway: The Alveberget Case. Open Archaeology, vol. 7, no. 1, 2021, pp. 868-888. https://doi-org.ezproxy.uio.no/10.1515/opar-2020-0176

  • Mithen, Steve, Wicks, Karen & Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie (2020):  Chapter 7. The Mesolithic coastal exploitation of western Scotland: The impacts of climate change and use of favoured locations. In A. Schülke (ed.):  The Coastal Landscapes of the Mesolithic - Human Engagement with the Coast from the Atlantic to the Baltic Sea. Routledge, 147-178. https://www.routledge.com/Coastal-Landscapes-of-the-Mesolithic-Human-Engagement-with-the-Coast-from/Schulke/p/book/9781138303607
  • Berg-Hansen, I. M., Damlien, H. Zagorska, I. (2019): The northern fringe of the Swiderian technological tradition – Salaspils Laukskola revisited. Archaeologia Baltica, vol. 26, 12-31.
  • Berg-Hansen, I. M., Damlien, H. Zagorska, I., Kalniņš, M., Bērziņš, V., & Schülke, A. (2019): Long-term variation in lithic technological traditions and social interaction: the Stone Age of the Eastern Baltic (Latvia), 10,500–2900 calBC. Fennoscandia archaeologica XXXVI, 6-32. http://www.sarks.fi/fa/faxxxvi.html
  • Mevel, L., Weber, M.-J. & Berg-Hansen, I. M. (2019): Towards a reconstruction of the techno-economic variability of the Ahrensburgian in Schleswig-Holstein. Préhistoire de l’Europe du Nord-Ouest: mobilité, climats et entités culturelles. XXVIII e Congrès préhistorique de France – Amiens, 30 mai-4 juin 2016. Congrès préhistoriques de France. Volume 2 : Paléolithique supérieur ancien, Paléolithique final – Mésolithique. Société préhistorique française. Paris, 433-453. http://www.prehistoire.org/shop_515-47838-0-0/c28v2eme-cpf28v2-amiens-30-mai-4-juin-2016.html
  • Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie, Wicks, Karen & Mithen, Steve  (2019): A tanged point and two blade technologies from Rubha Port an T-Seilich, Isle of Islay, Western Scotland. Journal of Lithic Studies, vol. 6, nr. 1. https://doi.org/10.2218/jls.2892http://journals.ed.ac.uk/lithicstudies/article/view/2892
  • Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie (2019). Alt Duvenstedt LA121 revisited - Blade technology in Ahrensburgian culture. Eriksen, B. V., Rensink, E., & Harris, S. (eds.): The Final Palaeolithic of Northern Eurasia. Proceedings of the Amersfoort, Schleswig and Burgos UISPP Commission Meetings. Schriften des Museums für Archäologie Schloss Gottorf. Ergänzungsreihe. Band 13. Kiel, Verlag Ludwig: 169-191.
  • Damlien, H., Berg-Hansen, I.M., Zagorska, I., Kalniņš, M., Nielsen, S.V., Koxvold, L.U., Bērziņš, V., & Schülke, A. (2018). A Technological Crossroads: Exploring Diversity in the Pressure Blade Technology of Mesolithic Lativa. Oxford Journal of Archaeology 37(3): 229-246. https://doi.org/10.1111/ojoa.12126
  • Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie (2018). Continuity and change in Late Glacial and Postglacial social networks; knowledge transmission and blade production methods in Ahrensburgian and Early Mesolithic North West Europe. Knutsson, K., Knutsson, H., Apel, J., & Glørstad, H., (eds.): Technology of Early Settlement in Northern Europe - Transmission of Knowledge and Culture (Volume 2). Equinox eBooks Publishing, United Kingdom. p. 63-98 Apr 2018. ISBN 9781781795163. https://www-equinoxpub-com.ezproxy.uio.no/home/view-chapter/?id=30719. Date accessed: 29 Aug 2021 doi: 10.1558/equinox.30719. Apr 2018. https://www-equinoxpub-com.ezproxy.uio.no/home/view-chapter/?id=30719
  • Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie (2017). Den sosiale teknologien. Teknologi og tradisjon i Nord-Europa ved slutten av istida, 10 900 - 8500 f.Kr. PhD-avhandling, Universitetet i Oslo.
  • Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie, ed. (2015). Arkeologiske undersøkelser 2005-2006, Kulturhistorisk museum, Universitetet i Oslo [Archaeological excavations 2005-2006, Museum of Cultural history, University of Oslo]. Portal forlag. 174 pages. https://doi.org/10.23865/noasp.49
  • Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie (2014). Kommentar til Leif Inge Åstveit: Noen synspunkt på den tidlig-mesolittiske bosetningen i Sør-Norge [Comment on Leif Inge Åstveit: Some perspective on the early Mesolithic settlement in southern Norway]. Primitive tider 16:105-109.
  • Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie (2010). På sporet av tidlig gårdsstruktur : Kjelsvika - en marginal bosetning fra bronsealder og jernalder i et sentralområde på Lista, Vest-Agder fylke. Viking 73:121 - 142. ISSN 0332-608X. https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Inger_Berg-Hansen/research
  • Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie (2009). Steinalderregistrering. Metodologi og forskningshistorie i Norge 1900-2000, med en feltstudie fra Lista i Vest-Agder. [Stone Age Survey. Methodology and research history in Norway between 1900 and 2000, - including a field study from Lista, Vest-Agder.]  Kulturhistorisk museum, Fornminneseksjonen, Universitetet i Oslo.  ISBN 978-82-8084-048-6.  197 s. https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Inger_Berg-Hansen/research
  • Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie (2009). Vognhjulet i brønnen - sjeldent funn fra en førromersk boplass på Borgenhaugen i Sarpsborg, Østfold. Varia 77: 95-114.  ISSN 1504-3266. https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Inger_Berg-Hansen/research
  • Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie (1999). The Availability of flint at Lista and Jæren, Southwestern Norway. Universitetets Oldsaksamlings Skrifter, 22: 255 - 266. ISSN 0806-3907. https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Inger_Berg-Hansen/research
  • Mithen, Steven; Wicks, Karen & Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie (2020). The Mesolithic coastal exploitation of western Scotland. The impacts of climate change and use of favoured locations. In Schülke, Almut (Eds.), Coastal landscapes of the Mesolithic : Human engagement with the coast from the Atlantic to the Baltic Sea. Routledge. ISSN 9781138303607. p. 147–178.
  • Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie (2019). Alt Duvenstedt LA 121 revisited – Blade technology in Ahrensburgian culture. In Eriksen, Berit Valentin; Rensink, Elco & Harris, Susan (Ed.), The Final Palaeolithic of Northern Eurasia Proceedings of the Amersfoort, Schleswig and Burgos UISPP Commission Meetings SCHRIFTEN DES MUSEUMS FÜR ARCHÄOLOGIE SCHLOSS GOTTORF. Verlag Ludwig. ISSN 978-3-86935-363-0. p. 169–191.
  • Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie; Damlien, Hege; Zagorska, Ilga; Kalniņš, Mārcis; Bērziņš, Valdis & Schülke, Almut (2019). Long-term variation in lithic technological traditions and social interaction: the Stone Age of the Eastern Baltic (Latvia), 10,500–2900 calBC. Fennoscandia Archaeologica. ISSN 0781-7126. XXXVI, p. 6–32. Full text in Research Archive
  • Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie; Damlien, Hege & Zagorska, Ilga (2019). The northern fringe of the Swiderian technological tradition: Salaspils Laukskola revisited. Archaeologia Baltica. ISSN 1392-5520. 26, p. 12–31. doi: 10.15181/ab.v26i0.2020 Full text in Research Archive
  • Mevel, Ludovic; Weber, Mara-Julia & Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie (2019). Towards a reconstruction of the techno-economic variability of the Ahrensburgian in Schleswig-Holstein. In Montoya, Cyril; Fagnart, Jean-Pierre & Locht, Jean-Luc (Ed.), Préhistoire de l’Europe du Nord-Ouest: mobilité, climats et entités culturelles. XXVIII e Congrès préhistorique de France – Amiens, 30 mai-4 juin 2016. Congrès préhistoriques de France. Volume 2 : Paléolithique supérieur ancien, Paléolithique final – Mésolithique. Société préhistorique française. ISSN 978-2-913745-79-7. p. 433–453.
  • Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie; Wicks, Karen & Mithen, Steve (2019). A tanged point and two blade technologies from Rubha Port an T-Seilich, Isle of Islay, Western Scotland. Journal of Lithic Studies. ISSN 2055-0472. 6(1). doi: 10.2218/jls.2892 Full text in Research Archive
  • Damlien, Hege; Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie; Zagorska, Ilga; Kalniņš, Mārcis; Koxvold, Lucia Uchermann & Nielsen, Svein Vatsvåg [Show all 8 contributors for this article] (2018). A technological crossroads: Exploring diversity in the pressure blade technology of Mesolithic Latvia. Oxford Journal of Archaeology. ISSN 0262-5253. 37(3), p. 229–246. doi: 10.1111/ojoa.12139 Full text in Research Archive
  • Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie (2017). Continuity and Change in Late- and Post-glacial Social Networks: Knowledge Transmission and Blade Production Methods in Ahrensburgian and Early Mesolithic North West Europe. In Glørstad, Håkon; Knutsson, Kjel Sten Åke; Knutsson, Helena & Apel, Jan (Ed.), The Technology of Early Settlement in Northern Europe Transmission of Knowledge and Culture (Volume 2). Equinox Publishing. ISSN 978-178-17951-6-3. p. 63–98.
  • Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie (2015). Overblikk over Kulturhistorisk museums arkeologiske undersøkelser 2006. In Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie (Eds.), Arkeologiske undersøkelser 2005-2006, Kulturhistorisk museum, Universitetet i Oslo. Portal forlag. ISSN 978-82-8314-030-9. p. 52–56.
  • Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie (2015). Overblikk over Kulturhistorisk museums arkeologiske undersøkelser i 2005. In Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie (Eds.), Arkeologiske undersøkelser 2005-2006, Kulturhistorisk museum, Universitetet i Oslo. Portal forlag. ISSN 978-82-8314-030-9. p. 10–14.
  • Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie (2010). På sporet av tidlig gårdsstruktur : Kjelsvika - en marginal bosetning fra bronsealder og jernalder i et sentralområde på Lista, Vest-Agder fylke. Viking. ISSN 0332-608X. 73, p. 121–142.
  • Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie (2009). Vognhjulet i brønnen - sjeldent funn fra en førromersk boplass på Borgenhaugen i Sarpsborg, Østfold. Varia. ISSN 1504-3266. 77.
  • Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie (1999). The Availability of flint at Lista and Jæren, Southwestern Norway. Universitetets Oldsaksamlings Skrifter. ISSN 0806-3907. p. 255–266.

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  • Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie (2015). Arkeologiske undersøkelser 2005-2006, Kulturhistorisk museum, Universitetet i Oslo. Portal forlag. ISBN 978-82-8314-030-9. 171 p.
  • Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie (2009). Steinalderregistrering. Metodologi og forskningshistorie i Norge 1900-2000, med en feltstudie fra Lista i Vest-Agder. Kulturhistorisk museum, Fornminneseksjonen, Universitetet i Oslo. ISBN 978-82-8084-048-6. 75(75). 197 p.

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  • Mansrud, Anja; Nielsen, Svein Vatsvåg; Austvoll, Knut Ivar; Denham, Sean Dexter; Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie & Persson, Per [Show all 8 contributors for this article] (2021). Rethinking the sub-Neolithic in Norway: Submissive and vulgar or creative and affluent?
  • Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie; Mjærum, Axel; Roalkvam, Isak; Solheim, Steinar & Schülke, Almut (2020). Coast-concepts in Norwegian Stone Age Archaeology.
  • Schülke, Almut; Solheim, Steinar; Roalkvam, Isak; Mjærum, Axel & Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie (2020). New Perspectives on Old Shores: Current approaches on the Stone Age in Eastern Norway.
  • Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie (2020). The technological turn – or how to make social sense of lithics.
  • Schülke, Almut; Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie; Mjærum, Axel & Roalkvam, Isak (2020). Forskergruppe PrehCOAST: Formål, planer, resultater .
  • Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie & Mansrud, Anja (2019). Foraging persistency: The Neolithic (?) in South-Eastern Norway.
  • Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie (2019). Nå har du mulighet til å reise tilbake i tid. [Newspaper]. Tønsbergs Blad.
  • Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie (2019). Mobility and connectivity in Final Palaeolithic and Early Mesolithic, NW-Europe.
  • Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie (2019). Stone Technology in Social context: Introduction into different production methods in different societies.
  • Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie & Damlien, Hege (2019). Points or blades? Variations in typological and technological elements in chipped stone assemblages c. 10 900-7000 BC, NW Europe.
  • Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie (2019). Alveberget – Neolittisk kulturlagslokalitet med gode bevaringsforhold - en mellomneolittisk fangstlokalitet på Tromøya, Arendal.
  • Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie (2019). Stone Age Technology – Lab: Dynamic-Technological classification and attribute analysis. .
  • Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie (2019). «Patchwork or network» - Technological traditions, mobility and communication in the Final Mesolithic and Early Neolithic of southern Scandinavia.
  • Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie & Stokke, Jo-Simon Frøshaug (2019). De bodde på Tangen for 6000 år siden. [Newspaper]. Stangeavisa.
  • Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie & Stokke, Jo-Simon Frøshaug (2019). Funnet på Tangen får arkeologene til å sperre opp øynene. [Newspaper]. Hamar Arbeiderblad.
  • Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie & Stokke, Jo-Simon Frøshaug (2019). Finner flint fra steinalderen på Tangen. [Newspaper]. Stangeavisa.
  • Schülke, Almut; Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie; Mjærum, Axel & Solheim, Steinar (2019). The Coast and Coastal Societies - Concepts and Terminology. Southeastern Norway.
  • Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie & Damlien, Hege (2018). Continuity, modification and break in lithic technological practice during the Stone Age (10 900-7000 BC) of Northwest Europe.
  • Damlien, Hege & Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie (2018). Technology or typology? Blade production methods versus projectile point morphology as basis for Final Palaeolithic/Mesolithic social studies in Northwest-Europe .
  • Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie & Zagorska, Ilga (2018). Salaspils Laukskola - the northern fringe of the Swiderian technological tradition.
  • Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie (2018). Chaîne opératoire - en inngang til teknologi som tradisjon .
  • Damlien, Hege; Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie; Schülke, Almut; Zagorska, Ilga; Bērziņš, Valdis & Kalniņš, Mārcis (2018). Long-term variation in communication and social relations during the Stone Age of Eastern Baltic (10500 – 6500 BC) – a technological approach.
  • Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie (2017). Fra individ til samfunn tur-retur. Potensialet og utfordringer i å lese seinpaleolittisk og tidligmesolittisk flintteknologi som uttrykk for sosiale prosesser på populasjonsnivå. .
  • Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie (2017). Technological traditions as proxy for social contact and cultural development.
  • Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie (2017). Flekkeproduksjon I Skandinavia omkring slutten av istida - kontinuitet og variasjon i håndverkstradisjoner.
  • Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie & Damlien, Hege (2017). Fra massemateriale til teknologisk tradisjon.
  • Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie; Weber, Mara- Julia & Mevel, Ludovic (2017). Techno-economic changes manifested in lithic industries of the Federmesser-Gruppen and the Ahrensburgian of northernmost Germany.
  • Damlien, Hege; Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie & Kalninsh, Marcis (2016). Lithic technology and communication in Stone Age Latvia.
  • Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie (2016). The social technology – technology and tradition in Northern Europe by the Pleistocene – Holocene transition (10 900 – 8500 BC).
  • Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie & Damlien, Hege (2016). Introduction to the chaîne opératoire approach in lithic studies.
  • Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie & Sørensen, Mikkel (2016). Lithic blank production in Scandinavian during Final Palaeolithic and Early Mesolithic.
  • Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie; Mevel, Ludovic; Weber, Mara- Julia & Grimm, Sonja (2016). Techno-economic changes manifested in lithic industries of the Federmesser-Gruppen and the Ahrensburgian of northernmost Germany.
  • Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie (2015). Blade technology in Ahrensburg Culture - a comparative study of four sites.
  • Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie (2015). Technological and social change in north-west Europe at the Pleistocene-Holocene transition.
  • Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie (2014). Mennesker, teknologi og kommunikasjon i pionerbosetting - teknologiske strategier i senpaleolitikum og tidligmesolitikum.
  • Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie (2014). Kommentar til Leif Inge Åstveit: "Noen synspunkter på den tidligmesolittiske bosetningen i Sør-Norge". Primitive tider. ISSN 1501-0430. 16, p. 105–109.
  • Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie (2014). Continuity and change in Late- and Post-Glacial social networks - knowledge transmission and blade production methods in Ahrensburg and Early Mesolithic Northwestern Europe.
  • Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie (2013). Introduction to Preboreal settlement in Rogaland county, Norway.
  • Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie (2013). Blade Technology in Ahrensburg culture and Northern Scandinavian Early Mesolithic - preliminary results from a comparative study.
  • Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie (2011). Ufint hærverk på Hellvik. [Newspaper]. Akershus Amtstidende.
  • Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie (2011). Steinalderen på Lista.
  • Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie (2011). Steinalderen i Oslofjordområdet.
  • Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie (2011). Fascinert 5. trinn - 10-åringer fengslet av arkeologi på Hellvik; Sju tusen år tilbake i tiden var det liv laga. [Newspaper]. Akershus Amtstidende.
  • Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie (2010). Jernalderhus på Vøien. Årbok for Asker og Bærum Historielag. ISSN 1504-3649. p. 8–15.
  • Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie (2009). Fant sjeldent kulturminne. 1500 år gammelt langhus under matjord. [Newspaper]. Hamar Arbeiderblad.
  • Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie (2009). Arkeologiske utgravninger i Norge – bakgrunn, organisering og gjennomføring.
  • Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie (2009). Resultater fra de arkeologiske utgravningene i forbindelse med Hovedvannledningsprosjektet, Bærum kommune, Akershus.
  • Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie (2008). Spor etter 5000 år gammel jordbruksbosetting. [Internet]. Bærum kommune.no.
  • Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie (2008). Nasjonal skattejakt. [Newspaper]. Bæringen.
  • Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie (2008). Bærums eldste hus. Gammel bosetting i nytt lys. [Newspaper]. Asker og Bærum budstikke.
  • Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie (2008). Graver i fortidens hverdagsliv. [Newspaper]. Aftenposten, Aften.
  • Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie (2008). Arkeologiske utgravninger i Norge i dag – bakgrunn, organisering og gjennomføring.
  • Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie (2008). Steinalderen i Vest-Agder.
  • Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie (2007). Fra fornminne til utgraving – bakgrunn for og gjennomføring av arkeologiske utgravninger.
  • Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie (2007). Aursjøens eldste historie - resultater fra steinalderundersøkelsene i 2006 omkring Aursjøen, Lesja kommune, Oppland.
  • Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie (2006). Feltarkeologi langs regulerte vassdrag - metoder og praktiske utfordringer.
  • Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie (2005). Klart for rensepark. Arkeologene gjør seg ferdig i dag. [Newspaper]. Østlendingen.
  • Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie (2005). Arkeologiske utgravninger - fra byggeplan til utgravning.
  • Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie (2004). Praksis for steinalderregistrering i Norge � en diskusjon av teori og metode.
  • Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie (2003). Problematisering av praksisen for steinalderregistrering i Norge - resultater fra Lista, Vest-Agder.
  • Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie (2002). Kommentar til Hein B. Bjercks innlegg: "Om oversiktskunnskapen. Refleksjon i anledning Anders Hagens 80-års dag.". Primitive tider. ISSN 1501-0430. p. 169–171.
  • Ferrari, Giada; Martinez Garcia, Lourdes; Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie; Mansrud, Anja & Star, Bastiaan (2020). Ancient DNA of Tuna bones from the Alveberget excavation in Arendal, Norway. University of Oslo. Full text in Research Archive
  • Berg-Hansen, Inger Marie (2017). Den sosiale teknologien - Teknologi og tradisjon i Nord-Europa ved slutten av istida, 10 900 - 8500 f.Kr. 07 Oslo Media.

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