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2019.11.19 | Research, History and archaeology

Stay Curious

Dive into the video series Stay Curious, which offers down-to-earth explanations of complex science, as well as portraits and talks with the Carlsberg Foundation's top researchers, among others, Professor and Centre Director Rubina Raja.

2019.11.18 | Media coverage

Nye Stay Curious-videoer: Bliv klogere på tre minutter

Carlsbergfondets videoserie ’Stay Curious’ udvides med en række nye videoer med højt anerkendte forskere, der gør kompleks forskning forståelig på tre minutter. Serien indeholder desuden et portræt af og en talk med hver af forskerne, der alle er støttet af Carlsbergfondet.

2019.11.14 | Course, History and archaeology

Open for applications: Approaching pottery studies: current perspectives and future directions (PhD Course, Graduate School, Arts at Aarhus University)

The course will offer research-led teaching on methods and techniques for the study of pottery and will focus on two main objectives: To investigate the importance of pottery study for archaeological research, and to explore and discuss traditional and innovative approaches to ceramic analysis.

2019.11.13 | Publication, Media coverage

Ny bog: Verden ifølge humaniora

I dag udkommer bogen ”Verden ifølge humaniora: 40 banebrydende begreber der former vores virkelighed”. Bogen er udgivet med støtte fra Carlsbergfondet og redigeret af to af fondets forskere: professor Anders Engberg-Pedersen og lektor Karen Gram-Skjoldager.

2019.11.12 | Publication, History and archaeology

Review of: Erika Guttmann-Bond. Reinventing Sustainability: How Archaeology Can Save the Planet (Oxford & Philadelphia: Oxbow 2019)

New publication by assistant professor Federica Sulas.

Bille, M, Engberg-Petersen A. & Gram-Skjoldager, K. (2019). Verden ifølge humaniora. 40 banebrydende begreber der former vores virkelighed. Aarhus: Aarhus University Press.

2019.11.12 | Publication, History and archaeology

Orientalisme. Hvorfor sælger rejsebureauerne flyvende tæpper?

New publication on the importance of humanities by Centre Director Rubina Raja.

The Forum of Caesar in Rome, Italy. With the funding generously donated by Aarhus University Research Foundation, The Caesar Forum Project will continue to give groundbreaking new insights into one of the world’s most important urban sites. (Photo: Giovanni Murro).

2019.11.08 | Grants, History and archaeology

Aarhus University Research Foundation funds the continued uncovering of urban stratigraphies in Caesar’s Forum in Rome

Aarhus University Research Foundation (AUFF) will fund the crucial phase of the international archaeological excavation project on Caesar’s Forum in the heart of Rome through its new Flagship initiative. The excavation project is a collaboration between Centre for Urban Network Evolutions (Aarhus University), the Danish Institute in Rome and the…

2019.11.08 | Media coverage, Publication

Byerne under byerne

Afdækket. Danmark har fra arkæologiens spæde begyndelse spillet en fremtrædende rolle. Det gælder ikke mindst i middelhavsområdet og Mellemøsten, hvor danske forskere var med til at udgrave Oldtidens byer.

2019.11.08 | History and archaeology

Danske arkæologers arbejde i det antikke Kalydon

Den antikke lokalitet Kalydon i Grækenland blev i 1920’erne og 1930’erne undersøgt i et dansk-græsk samarbejde. Kalydon ligger i den region, der hedder Aitolien. Byen er kendt fra flere mytologiske fortællinger – blandt andet myten om det kalydonske vildsvin, der hærgede regionen og derfor blev jagtet og dræbt af en gruppe af helte.

2019.11.06 | Publication

Transformative Research. How, what and why?

New publication by the Danish National Research Foundation on transformative research.

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