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2017.03.13 | Course, History and archaeology

Isotopes in archaeology

UrbNet PhD course organised by Federica Sulas and Rubina Raja.

2017.03.10 | Course, Religion and theology

Urban religion

PhD course by Rubina Raja (Aarhus University) and Jörg Rüpke (Universität Erfurt).

2017.03.08 | Lecture/talk, History and archaeology

Children in Palmyrene Funerary Epigraphy

Summary of lecture by Nathalia B. Kristiansen and Jesper V. Jensen.

2017.03.02 | History and archaeology, Publication

Gerasa/Jerash: From the Urban Periphery

Edited book by Achim Lichtenberger (Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster) and Rubina Raja (Aarhus University).

2017.03.02 | Religion and theology

Call for Applications at partner institution

The Max Weber Center for Advanced Cultural and Social Studies at the University of Erfurt invites applications for two full-time positions with the research project “Cities in the History of Religion”, directed by Prof. Dr. Jörg Rüpke, to be filled at the earliest possible date.

2017.02.28 | Ceremony / Opening, History and archaeology

Glimpses from the Jerash exhibition

On Friday 24 February, a new exhibition opened at the Museum of Ancient Art in Aarhus.

2017.02.27 | Calls, History and archaeology

5 studentermedhjælpere

Studentermedhjælperne skal hjælpe Professor Rubina Raja i de kollektive forskningsprojekter "Palmyra Portræt Projektet" og "Keramik i Kontekst".

2017.02.26 | History and archaeology, Media coverage

Datidens immigranter: 20.000-35.000 danske vikinger bosatte sig i England

Nyt studie fastslår, at mange af de danske vikinger slog sig ned i England. Ifølge ekspert kan det hjælpe os med at forstå strømmen af flygtninge til Europa.

2017.02.26 | History and archaeology

Danish Vikings could have been economic migrants to Britain

The Viking invasion of Britain in the ninth century may have been the result of economic migration, a study has found.

2017.02.25 | History and archaeology

Archaeologists and historians clash with geneticists over UK Viking study

A large DNA study has received criticism from archaeologists who think that geneticists have gotten the wrong end of the stick and misunderstood the Viking occupation of England.

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