Lyngstrøm, Henriette Syrach, ed. Refashioning Viking Age Garments: Archaeology at the Saxo Institute, University of Copenhagen. (2016).It is available in English here.
The University has a freely-downloadable PDF on the book's sales page which contains a list of all the papers that appear in the book I have reproduced that list below. (Note that there's a paper by Hilde Thunem in the book.)
- Tim Flohr Sørensen, University of Copenhagen: Archaeological Reconstructions: Between Fact and Effect.
- Ole Thirup Kastholm, Roskilde Museum: Tribal Communities and Archaeological Reconstructions.
- Eva Andersson Strand, CTR University of Copenhagen: Viking Age Textile Production, a brief introduction.
- Irene Skals, National Museum of Denmark: The Use of Wool Fibre Analysis as a Tool when Reconstructing Textiles.
- Ulla Mannering, National Museum of Denmark: Skin and Fur in the Viking Age.
- Lise Ræder Knudsen, Conservation Centre Vejle: Tablet Weaving on Reconstructed Viking Age Garments – and a Method to Optimise the Realism of Reconstructed Garments.
- Louise Schelde Jensen, Bork Viking Harbour: Garment Colours.
- Gvido Libmanis, Copenhagen: Rus Garments –Who Wore What and Where? What did it Look Like Then and How to Convey That Knowledge Now?
- Ida Demant and Anne Batzer, Land of Legends, Lejre: The Good Garment Reconstruction.
- Charlotte Rimstad, CTR University of Copenhagen: The Hedeby Textiles: New Inspiration for Reconstruction.
- Hilde Thunem, Trondheim Vikinglag: With a Pleated Front–a Possible Reconstruction of the Hangerock (Selekjole) in Grave ACQ from Køstrup.
- Elizabeth R. Palm, HistoriskeDragter.dk: Commercial Reconstruction –A Balancing Act.
- Maria Ojantakanen, The Viking Village in Albertslund: The Use of Garments in Reconstruction Environments.
- Bodil Holm Sørensen, Viking Museum Ladby: Viking Garments on show at Viking Museum Ladby – First and Second Edition Garments.
- Maiken Munch Bjørnholt, Ribe Vikinge Center: A Garment Project at Ribe Vikinge Center.
- Stine Nordahn Frederiksen, The Tycho Brahe Museum: Garments of the Past–Museums of the Future–About how Reconstructed Garments (perhaps) can be used in a Museum Political Strategy.
EDIT: (2/6/2016) Apparently I read the shipping terms section of the University's site wrongly; several American correspondents report having paid approximately $5 USD for shipping. Also, my wonderful spouse read this post and noted that I have a birthday coming up. I may end up getting a copy of this book after all! Stay tuned.