In Spring 2021, I am teaching ARCH 1875: Sustainability Past and Present at Brown University.
March 31: I will be speaking in the Nýar Rannsóknir í Fornleifafræði (New Research in Archaeology) series via Zoom (12pm Iceland time) Organized by Félag Fornleifafræðinga and the Department of Archaeology at Háskóli Íslands.
April: I plan to speak at the Society for American Archaeology and TAG-US virtual conferences.
My dissertation (2019) may be downloaded at ResearchGate.
Catlin, K and D Bolender. 2018. Were the Vikings Really Green? Environmental Degradation and Social Inequality in Iceland’s Second Nature Landscape. Archaeological Papers of the AAA 29(1): 120-133. Uneven Terrain: Archaeologies of Political Ecology, J Millhauser, C Morehart, and S Juarez, eds.
Catlin, K. 2016. Archaeology for the Anthropocene: Scale, Soil, and the Settlement of Iceland. Anthropocene 15:13-21.
Catlin, K. 2016. Re-Examining Medieval Settlement in the Dartmoor Landscape. Medieval Settlement Research 31:36-45
Lived Experience in the Later Middle Ages (M Johnson, ed, 2016) may be downloaded in its entirety here.
Many of the reports listed on my CV may be downloaded from the Fiske Center.