Lise Bender Jorgensen is Professor Emerita of Archaeology at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology in Trondheim, Norway. She is an internationally regarded expert in prehistoric textiles, with an extensive publication record which includes the monographs Forhistoriske Textiler i Skandinavien (Prehistoric Scandinavian Textiles) (1986) and North European Textiles until AD 1000 (1992). Joanna Sofaer is Professor of Archaeology at University of Southampton. She is the author of several volumes, including Clay in the Age of Bronze: Essays in the Archaeology of Prehistoric Creativity (Cambridge, 2015) and The Body as Material Culture (Cambridge, 2006). She is co-director of the excavation of the Bronze Age tell at Szazhalombatta-Foeldvar, Hungary. Marie Louise Stig Sorensen is Professor of European Prehistory and Heritage Studies, University of Cambridge, and Professor of Bronze Age Studies, Universiteit Leiden. She has worked extensively on various aspects of the Bronze Age, with a special focus on the construction and performance of identity, and is the author of Gender Archaeology (2000). She is co-director of the excavation of the Bronze Age tell at Szazhalombatta-Foeldvar, Hungary.