Sastre Prats

Investigador Científico de OPIS
Dpto. de Arqueología y Procesos Sociales
Estructura Social y Territorio. Arqueología del Paisaje (EST-AP)
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Inés Sastre is Senior Researcher (Investigadora Científica) in the Institute of History of the Spanish National Research Council, and chair of the “Social structure and territory: landscape archaeology” research group. She received her PhD with High Distinction in Ancient History from Universidad Complutense (November 1999) under the direction of Prof. Domingo Plácido. She performed her postdoctoral training at University of Perugia (Italy), under the supervision of Prof. Filippo Coarelli.

Inside the CSIC group she has developed novel interpretations of the historical process that occurred in the Hispanic Northwest from pre-Roman times to the 2nd Century AD, particularly regarding social inequality and change from a landscape archaeology perspective. Two types of new approaches are tested. On the one hand, the interpretation of Roman provincial society as eminently rural and tributary, which explains the peculiarities of the archaeological and epigraphic records. On the other hand, the vision of that rural society as different from pre-Roman castro society, which is segmentary agrarian in nature.

Estructura Social y Territorio. Arqueología del Paisaje

    Datos tomados de la base de datos ConCiencia

    F.J. Sánchez-Palencia; I. Sastre; A. Orejas; M. Ruiz del Árbol (2017). Augusto y el control administrativo y territorial de las zonas mineras del Noroeste hispano. Gerión, 35, 863-874.
    Brais X. Currás; Inés Sastre (2020). Egalitarianism and resistance: A theoretical proposal for Iron Age Northwestern Iberian archaeology. Anthropological Theory, 20, 300-329.
    Sastre Prats, Inés; Currás, Brais; Sánchez-Palencia, F.J.; Orejas, A. (2020). Costes de sumisión frente a costes de rebelión. Por qué no hay jerarquización social en el noroeste de la península Ibérica hasta la dominación romana. En The matter of Prehistory: papers in honor of Antonio Gilman Guillén (pp. 337-343). Editorial: Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC).
    Brais X. Currás; Inés Sastre; Almudena Orejas (2016). Del castro a la civitas: dominación y resistencia en el Noroeste hispano. En Celebração do Bimilenário de Augusto. Ad nationes. Ethnous Kallaikon (pp. 124-135). Editorial: Câmara Municipal de Braga.
    Sastre Prats, Inés (2020). Different forms of Roman Imperialism: social and territorial changes in Northwestern Iberia from 2nd B.C. to 2nd A.D.. En Pervading empire. Relationality and Diversity in the Roman Provinces (pp. 49-66). Editorial: Franz Steiner Verlag.
    Orejas Saco del Valle, Almudena; Sastre Prats, Inés (2020). Paisajes y territorios, urbes y civitates en la Hispania romana. En Ciutats mediterrànies: l¿espai i el territori (pp. 39-47). Editorial: Institut d'Estudis Catalans (IEC).
    Pedro Díaz-del-Río; Katina Lillios; Inés Sastre (2020). THE POWER OF REASON, THE MATTER OF PREHISTORY: HONOURING ANTONIO GILMAN. En The matter of Prehistory: papers in honor of Antonio Gilman Guillén (pp. 15-26). Editorial: Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC).