Ulla Mannering is a widely published author with a PhD in prehistoric archaeology from the University of Copenhagen in Denmark. She is one of the initiators of the Danish National Research Foundation's Centre for Textile Research in Copenhagen and Senior Researcher at the National Museum of Denmark. She is specialized in prehistoric skin and textile production and clothing design in Northern Europe. She has also worked with Roman textiles and clothing. Her current research focuses on resource exploitation and design in Scandinavian Bronze and Early Iron Age societies.
'this is a magnificent work of reference, which deserves a place on
the bookshelf of anyone with an interest in European prehistory and
the Roman period.'--Penelope Walton Rogers "Antiquity, 2012 (86)
'Textiles and Textile Production in Europe succeeds in giving a comprehensive overview of ancient textile studies in Europe and in the methodology for study of such fragile remains of the past. Congratulations to the editors.'--Ana Cabrera "Textile History, 2013 (44) "
'...a well produced volume with many useful illustrations and well compiled material. Drawing this information together in English is useful for many people, and I can heartily recommend the book for beginners as well as established researchers - a 'must' for all well equipped academic and institutional libraries.'--Sophie Bergerbrant "The Archaeological Journal, Vol. 169 (2012) "
'Textiles and Textile Production in Europe is a handsome volume that is a good introduction to archaeological textiles from the Prehistory and Early History of Europe.'--Lise Bender Jorgensen "Textile, 2013 (Volume 11) "