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Charles Christensen’s drawing of the Beauty of Palmyra (Berlingske Tidende, 22 December 1929).

2021.03.08 | History and archaeology, Publication

Women of the Past: Testimonies from Archaeology and History

New book series founded by Associate Professor Nina Javette Koefoed and Professor Rubina Raja.

2021.03.05 | History and archaeology, Publication

Archive Archaeology

New book series by Professor and UrbNet centre director Rubina Raja.

2021.03.04 | Calls

Call for two-year postdoctoral position in the MINERVA project

Application deadline: 30 March 2021.

2021.03.01 | History and archaeology

UrbNet Newsletter - March 2021

See UrbNet's latest newsletter here.

Photo: Lars Svankjær.

2021.02.26 | History and archaeology

Rubina Raja appointed as a member of the Editorial Board of Journal of Field Archaeology

Professor and UrbNet centre director Rubina Raja has been appointed as a member of the Editorial Board of Journal of Field Archaeology from 1 March 2021.

2021.02.22 | History and archaeology, Debate

Stop hollowing out university funding

In a feature in Politiken, Rubina Raja argues that it is dangerous for Danish universities to increasingly rely on researchers raising external funds to be able to carry out core activities. She calls for open dialogue and clearer guidelines from the university management and for politicians to stop cutting the government funding.

2021.02.19 | History and archaeology, Publication

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New publication by Søren M. Sindbæk

Results of different simulation experiments published in this paper. Each boxplot represents how close the simulated proportions of local, regional and imported ceramics are to the archaeologically observed ceramics. © the authors.

2021.02.18 | Publication, History and archaeology

A Study of the Centuries-Long Reliance on Local Ceramics in Jerash Through Full Quantification and Simulation

New publication by Iza Romanowska, Tom Brughmans, Philip Bes, Simon Carrignon, Line Egelund, Achim Lichtenberger and Rubina Raja.

2021.02.15 | Events, History and archaeology

Archaeological and Historical Network Research

PhD course organised by UrbNet, Centre for Urban Network Evolutions.

2021.02.12 | PhD defence, Research news

PhD degree awarded, congratulations Pernille!

Diving into the soils at a microscopic level and at high resolution is paramount to understanding details of the lives lived hundreds of years ago. This has been demonstrated by Pernille Lærke Krantz Trant (UrbNet and Department of Geoscience), who defended her PhD dissertation on 5 February 2021.

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