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2020.10.14 | History and archaeology

Cæsar - manden og myten

Interview with Sine Grove Saxkjær and Trine Arlund Hass, Kulturen på P1 (1:40:32).

2020.10.14 | History and archaeology

Nye kapitler føjes til fortællingen om Gajus Julius Cæsar

Det er 26 år siden, at Peter Ørsteds ’Cæsar. Politik og moral i det romerske imperium’ udkom. Siden er der ikke udgivet større danske Cæsar-værker, men den berømte og berygtede forfatter, general og politiker har fortsat en stærk fascinationskraft. En ny velillustreret antologi ’Cæsar - manden og myten’ føjer nu nye kapitler til fortællingen om…

2020.10.14 | History and archaeology

New Danish book on Gaius Julius Caesar

The Danish book ‘Cæsar – manden og myten’ (in translation ‘Caesar – the man and the myth’), edited by Trine Arlund Hass and Sine Grove Saxkjær, adds new information to the ever-present figure of Gaius Julius Caesar.

Photo: Marta C. Ravizza
Photo: Marta C. Ravizza
Photo: Marta C. Ravizza
Photo: Marta C. Ravizza
Photo: Marta C. Ravizza

2020.10.13 | History and archaeology

UrbNet Assistant Professor Emanuele E. Intagliata receives the Best young Italian Researcher in Denmark Award in Social Sciences and Humanities

The Italian Embassy in Copenhagen has awarded Emanuele E. Intagliata the award for Best young Italian Researcher in Denmark (BIRD) in Social Sciences and Humanities 2020. Emanuele E. Intagliata, who attended the official award ceremony on October 8, receives the award for his work on urban networks and cities in the eastern Black Sea.

Events

Tue 20 Oct
13:00-14:00 | Moesgaard Museum, Moesgård Allé 15, 8270 Højbjerg, 4240-020, Moesgaard Museum auditorium.
Economic Spaces in Shifting Cityscapes
Lecture by Visiting Professor Elizabeth Murphy (Florida State University). Lecture 2/5 in the lecture series "Socially Re-Constructing the Late Roman City: Labor, Networks, Economy, and Narratives of Urban 'Decline'".
Tue 27 Oct
13:00-14:00 | Moesgaard Museum, Moesgård Allé 15, 8270 Højbjerg, 4240-301
Workshops and Industry in the Late Antique City: Negotiating New Workspaces
Lecture by Visiting Professor Elizabeth Murphy (Florida State University). Lecture 3/5 in the lecture series "Socially Re-Constructing the Late Roman City: Labor, Networks, Economy, and Narratives of Urban 'Decline'".
Tue 27 Oct
15:15-16:15 | Moesgaard Museum, Moesgård Allé 15, 8270 Højbjerg, Moesgaard Museum auditorium (4240-020)
Networking with the Romans: Examples of archaeological network research and where we should go from here
Inaugural lecture by Associate professor Tom Brughmans (School of Culture and Society & UrbNet, Aarhus University).
Tue 03 Nov
13:00-14:00 | Moesgaard Museum, Moesgård Allé 15, 8270 Højbjerg, 4240-020, Moesgaard Museum auditorium.
Production in the Late Antique City: Innovation, Technique, and Technology
Lecture by Visiting Professor Elizabeth Murphy (Florida State University). Lecture 4/5 in the lecture series "Socially Re-Constructing the Late Roman City: Labor, Networks, Economy, and Narratives of Urban 'Decline'".
Mon 09 Nov
00:00-00:00 | Centre for Urban Network Evolutions (UrbNet) Aarhus University, Moesgård Allé 20, building 4230 room 232, 8270 Højbjerg, Denmark
Urban mega-projects in the Roman period and Late Antiquity: New approaches and future directions.
PhD course organised by Assistant professor Emanuele E. Intagliata (UrbNet, Aarhus University).
Tue 17 Nov
13:00-14:00 | Moesgaard Museum, Moesgård Allé 15, 8270 Højbjerg, 4240-301
Consumerism and Consumption in the Late Antique City
Lecture by Visiting Professor Elizabeth Murphy (Florida State University). Lecture 5/5 in the lecture series "Socially Re-Constructing the Late Roman City: Labor, Networks, Economy, and Narratives of Urban 'Decline'".
Mon 25 Jan
08:30-17:00 | Moesgaard Museum, Moesgaard Allé 15, 8270 Højbjerg, Denmark Auditorium (room 020)
Anomalocivitas
Conference organised by Rubina Raja and Søren M. Sindbæk

Current and upcoming visitors

  • Elizabeth Murphy (Florida State University)
    1 September-31 August 2021
  • Christopher Hallett (University of California, Berkeley)
    29 September-30 June 2021