Rubina Raja honoured with Distinguished Lecturer Award

Raja will give the first lecture in the Max Planck Society's "Distinguished Lectures in the Human Sciences".

2015.10.21 | Christina Levisen

Photo: Lars Svankjær

Professor Rubina Raja's research on Palmyra and Greco-Roman Antiquity has earned her an award as Distinguished Lecturer by the prestigious Max Planck Society. The award is given based on a selection process by the Human Sciences Section.

Raja's lecture, entitled Unravelling urbanism through a “High Definition Archaeology” approach: A 3D historiography of concepts of the ancient city, is the first lecture in a distinguished lecture series, covering a wide range of disciplines in the human and social sciences.

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