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Søren Sindbæk, "The Revolutionary Strength of Weak Ties", Conference: 43rd Theoretical Archaeology Group (TAG), Edinburgh, United Kingdom, 17 December 2022.

Rowan English, "How Global? – Do long-distance trade goods create a false ‘global middle ages’?", Conference: 43rd Theoretical Archaeology Group Conference, Session: An Archaeology of Global Medieval Life, University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom, 15-17 December 2022.

Iza Romanowska, Joan Campmany Jiménez, Katerína Mokránová & Rubina Raja, "Systematic Reconstruction of the Population Dynamics in Roman Palmyra Using Formal Computational Modelling Methods",Conference: Palmyra in Perspective, The Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters, Copenhagen, Denmark, 9 December 2022.

Rubina Raja, "Perspectives on Palmyra", Conference: Palmyra in Perspective, Royal Academy of Science and Letters, Copenhagen, Denmark, 8 December 2022.

Olympia Bobou, Rubina Raja & Julia Steding, "Using Legacy Data: Harald Ingholt's Archive and Excavation Diaries", Conference: Palmyra in Perspective, Royal Academy of Science and Letters, Copenhagen, Denmark, 8 December 2022.

Jen Baird, Zena Kamash & Rubina Raja, "Bel in Perspective:" Selective Destructions, Selective Memories", Conference: Palmyra in Perspective, Royal Academy of Science and Letters, Copenhagen, Denmark, 8 December 2022

Guido Furlan, "L’economia del riuso (e non solo) nelle città romane. Aspetti di un’economia circolare?", Online lecture: Urbanistica del mondo classico, 2 December 2022. 

Derek Parrot, "Model Minutia: Tracing Non-Ferrous Metal-Casting Models from Viking-Age Ribe through Ceramic Casting Moulds", Joint PhD Colloquium between Classical Archaeology (Kiel University) and UrbNet (Aarhus University), Centre for Urban Network Evolutions (UrbNet), Aarhus University, Denmark, 1 December 2022.

Guido Furlan, "Lo smaltimento dei rifiuti nelle città roman", Online lecture: Urbanistica del mondo classico, 1 December 2022.

Rhiannon Garth Jones,"Early ’Abbāsid use of Graeco-Roman traditions to project imperial authority and power", Conference: Politics of pasts and futures in (post-)imperial contexts, First annual conference of the GRK 2571 ‘Empires’, University of Freiburg, Germany, 1 December 2022.

Rowan English, "Form and Function: The Materiality of Ivory in the 5th-and 6th-Century North Sea Zone", Joint PhD Colloquium between Classical Archaeology (Kiel University) and UrbNet (Aarhus University), Centre for Urban Network Evolutions (UrbNet), Aarhus University, Denmark, 1 December 2022.

Rubina Raja, "Arkæologisk og historisk forskningsetik: hvem ejer fortiden?" PhD course: Forskningsintegritet og etik, Centre for Urban Network Evolutions (UrbNet), Aarhus, Denmark, 30 November 2022.

Olympia Bobou, "Between image and practice: Two portraits from the tomb of Ḥairan", UrbNet; AU, Denmark, 29 November 2022.

Derek Parrott, "Casting a new light: Viking Age brooches and stylistic choice", UrbNet, AU, Denmark, 22 November 2022.

Søren Sindbæk, "Fra stamme til stat. De lange skygger af en arkæologisk skabelsesberetning", Seminar: Kongemagt eller -afmagt – magtforhold i tidlig middelalder, Aarhus University, Denmark, 22 November 2022. 

Søren Sindbæk, "A ritual assembly on the workshop floor. From high-definition excavations to 3D image reconstruction of an amulet ensemble from Viking-age Ribe", Bergen, Norway, 18 November 2022.

Ioana Dumitru, "Confronting Uncertainty in the Archaeological Record: A Network Analysis Perspective", 2022 ASOR Meeting, Boston,Massachusetts, United States of America, 16-19 November 2022.

Kirstine Haase, "Understanding religion and urban development through depositional patterns – an example of ‘big data’ analysis from medieval Odense, Denmark" Conference: TAG 43 Revolutions, Edinburgh, United Kingdom, 15-17 November 2022.

Guido Furlan, "Everything was rubbish, and all rubbish was wonderful", UrbNet, AU, Denmark, 15 November 2022.

Kirstine Haase, "Urban deposit models", UrbNet, AU, Denmark, 8 November 2022.

Sarah Croix, "The pace of social change. Status and perspectives on a pilot project", Seminar: UrbNet brown bag seminar, Aarhus University, 1 November 2022.

Tom Brughmans,"Simulating Roman Economies", Seminar: Economic history, La Sapienza University of Rome, Italy, 27 October 2022.

Søren Sindbæk, "Viking Age Ribe and its networks", Conference: 70 years of Polish Archaeological Research in Wolin, 6th Wolin Medieval Meetings, Wollin, Poland, 26-28 October.

Rubina Raja, "Revisiting the Palmyrene Pantheon: Methodological Consideration on the Many and the Few The Nature of the Evidence", Conference: What's in a divine name?, Maison de la recherche, Toulouse, France, 27 October 2022. 

Søren Sindbæk, "Kvinden med sværdet. Et amulet-værksted fra Ribe og vikingetiden", Harja, Odense, Denmark, 26 October 2022.

David Laguna, "Landscapes, Networks, and Society along the Ancient Libyan Sea: the PERAIA project", UrbNet, AU, Denmark, 25 October 2022.

Søren Sindbæk, "Byernes mange lag. Nye tilgange til vikingetidens knudepunkter", Conference: Ledetråde til fremtidens vikingetidsforskning i Danmark, Museum Sydøstdanmark, Holmegaard Værk, Denmark, 13 October 2022.

Ioana Dumitru, "Urban-Environment Interaction in East Africa: Using Multi-criteria Metrics of Coastal Productivity for Reef-to-Ridge-to-Hinterland Mapping on the Swahili Coast", UrbNet, AU, Denmark, 11 October 2022.

Sine Grove Saxkjær, "Considerations on Teanum Ware from Loc. Cappella Marcella (Castrocielo, FR)", international conference organised by A.G.A.T.H.O.C.L.E.S: Technology, crafting and artisanal networks in the Greek and Roman World: Interdisciplinary Approaches to the Study of Ceramics, Campus Luigi Einaudi, University of Torino, Italy, 6 October 2022.

Tom Brughmans, "Networking with the Romans", Conference: Computing the Past, Plzén, Czech Republic, 6 October 2022.

Søren Sindbæk, "The so-called Viking Age’. Archaeological chronology and historical narratives from the three-period system to high-definition excavations. A view from Ribe", Conference: Vikings! – Vikings? Towards a responsible use of the term ‘Viking,Schloss Gottorf, Schleswig, Germany, 4-6 October 2022.

Søren Kristiansen & Kristian Dalsgaard, "A preliminary overview of Anthropogenic Dark Eart Sites in Western Denmark", The Anthropogenic Dark Earth Colloquium (ADEC), Kiel Univeristy, Hedeby, Germany 4-8 October 2022.

Rubina Raja, "Multikulturalitet i en oaseby: sprog og kultur i Palmyra i den syriske ørken", Filologisk-Historisk Samfund, Søndre Campus, Copenhagen, Denmark, 5 October 2022. 

Adam Pažout & Tom Brughmans, "Challenges and opportunities of creating a digital dataset of Roman roads", UrbNet, AU, Denmark, 4 October 2022.

Iza Romanowska, "The lure of artificial worlds - what can ABM do for you", Digital models in  humanities research, H.C. Andersen Hotel, Odense, Denmark, 3 October 2022.

Sarah Croix, "Textile manufacture in Viking-Age Ribe between réseau opératoire, gig economy, and household industry", Seminar: Centre for textile research, Copenhagen, 28 September 2022.

Rhiannon Garth Jones, "The visual language of empires: ‘Abbasid use of the past to promote the present (and future)", UrbNet, AU, Denmark, 27 September 2022.

Søren Sindbæk, "Cross disciplinary and cross sectoral peer to peer networking. How to build and utilize networks", Retreat: DNRF Networking retreat for Young Academic Leaders, Snekkersten, Denmark, 27 September 2022.

Rubina Raja, "Like Comparing apples and oranges? Or What may we learn form synchronic comparisons of our urban landscapes in the Roman Imperial period?", Conference: Cityscapes and Urban Culture: Contextualizing Pompeii in the Roman World, Pompeii, italy, 23 September 2022. 

Guido Furlan, "People behind processes: notes on the role of junk dealers in past urban economies", Invisible Circularity from the Roman Period to the Middle Ages, Moesgård Museum, Aarhus, Denmark 7-8 September 2022.

Irene Bavuso, "Laws, letters and graves: organisation of scavenging in Ostrogothic Italy", Conference: Invisible circularity from the Roman period to the Middle Ages Conference, University of Aarhus, Denmark, 7-8 September 2022. 

Christina Boschetti, "From decoration to magic: examples of glass reuse from the Roman period to the early Middle Ages", Conference: Invisible Circularity from the Roman Period to the Middle Ages, Moesgård Museum, Aarhus, Denmark, 7 September 2022.

Iza Romanowska, "Agent-based modelling for archaeologists", CAA-DK, Roskilde Museum, Roskilde, Denmark, 7 September 2022.

Sarah Croix, "Two excavation campaigns at Viking-Age Erritsø", Seminar: Back from the field, Aarhus University, 7 September 2022.

Søren Sindbæk, "Craft specialization in worked antler and bone in urban Ribe as seen in workshops from different areas between 700-1300 AD", Conference: Craft specialization in worked hard osseous materials: conversations on a complex conceptual category in archaeology, Sessions: Session 263 at the 28th EAA Annual Meeting, Budapest, Hungary, 2 September 2022. 

Søren Sindbæk & Julie Lund, "Across the Maelstrom: Searching for New Departures in the Archaeology of the Viking Age", Conference: The 28th EAA Annual Meeting, Budapest, Hungary, 1 September 2022.

Guido Furlan, "Urban economic networks in a period of change: issues of archaeological representativeness", 28th EAA annual meeting, Budapest, Hungary, 31 August - 3 September 2022.

Sarah Croix, "People, time and space in Viking-Age Ribe", Congress: 19th Viking Congress, Liverpool, United Kingdom, 23-29 August 2022.

Søren Sindbæk, "Ribe and the making of the Viking Age", Congress: XIX Vikinc Congress, Liverpool, United Kingdom, 23-29 July 2022.

Irene Bavuso, "Control of resources in northwestern Europe: perspectives from Merovingian France", University of Tübingen, Germany, 18 July 2022.

Ioana Dumitru, Rubina Raja, Søren M. Sindbæk, Søren M.Kristiansen, Jesper Olsen, "Climatic Shifts and Societal Reorganizations on the Swahili Coast of East Africa", Cross-cultural and Cross-latitudinal Responses to Extreme and Unpredictable Weather and Climate Events in the Ancient World, Centre for Urban Network Evolutions (UrbNet), Aarhus, Denmark, 30 June 2022.

Søren Sindbæk& Rubina Raja, "Large, Dense, and … Heterogeneous’: A Comparative Approach to Urban Heterogeneity", Symposium: Comparing Urban Heterogeneity, The Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters, Copenhagen, Denmark, 27-28 June 2022. 

Søren Sindbæk, "Archaeological perspectives on Social trust and trade", Symposium: Why is trust so high in the border region between Germany and Denmark? Exploring the deep history of social trust and deriving lessons for the future, Kiel University, Germany, 22-23 June 2022.  

Søren Sindbæk, "There and back again. Old and new Viking-Age town excavations from a Scandinavian perspective", Workshop: AHRC York-Dublin Axis Project Workshop 2, New Evidence and New Approaches, University of York, United Kingdom, 17 June 2022.

Rubina Raja, "Between the Lines: Towards  Recontextualized Archaeology",Moesgård Museum, Aarhus, Denmark, 13-14 June 2022.

Trine Hass, "Vergil’s First Eclogue and Heiberg’s Elverhøi", Seminar: Corpus Christi College Classics Centre Lunch Seminars, University of Oxford, United Kingdom, 14 June 2022.

Ioana Dumitru, "Geospatial Big Data and Cross-Disciplinary Research in the Humanities: Climate-Environment-Society Interactions on the Swahili Coast of East Africa",The Danish National Research Foundation’s Annual Meeting 2022: FAIR Data and the Effects on Research of the Progression in Digitization and Quantitative Data Analysis, Centre for Urban Network Evolutions (UrbNet), Aarhus, Denmark, 10 June 2022.

Iza Romanowska, "ABM as a tool for interdisciplinary research", Stochastic modeling of complex social systems, Berlin, Germany, 8 June 2022.

Tom Brughmans, Olympia Bobou, Nathalia Kristensen, Rikke Thomsen, Jesper jensen, Eivind Heldaas & Rubina Raja "A kinship network analysis of Palmyrene Genealogies", Workshop: Religious Networks in Antiquity, University of Bergen, Norway, 8 June 2022.

Rubina Raja, "Palmyrene networks: portrait traditions as reflection of inter-regional connections and exchange patterns", Workshop: Religious Networks in Antiquity, University of Bergen, Norway, 8 June 2022. 

Rowan English, "Exploring Elephant Ivory bag Rings in Early Medieval Graves: A 5th Century Phenomenon? Conference: International Medieval Congress, Session: "Breaking down disciplinary borders: Connecting historical and archaeological research, IV - Investigations into Medieval Ivory, University of Leeds, United Kingdom, 5 June 2022.

Søren Sindbæk, "Time marks", Aarhus University, Denmark, 29 May 2022.

Trine Hass, "Ole Worm om Jul og Julius Cæsar", Societas Latina Daniae, Antik Museet, Aarhus, Denmark, 24 May 2022.

Ioana Dumitru, "Not on the edges: Insights from Aksumite Archaeology on the Limits of Imperial Control in Antiquity", Seminar: Near Eastern Seminar Series, Univeristy og Sydney, Australia, 23 May 2022.

Søren Sindbæk, "Emporia, trade and cultural change in Early Medieval Europe", Seminar: Emporia, trade and cultural change in early medieval europe, Centre for Urban Network Evolutions (UrbNet), Aarhus, Denmark, 21 May 2022.  

Sarah Croix, "The hand that holds the knife: ritual killings, amulets and dead horses", Congress: 39th Interdisciplinary Viking Symposium, Aarhus University, Denmark, 20 May 2022.

Tom Brughmans, "MINERVA: ceramic data analysis and Roman road data collection", Zuse Institut Berlin, Germany, 18 May 2022.

Alvaro Rafael de Balbin Bueno, "Shining a light on a ‘Dark Age’ Landscape: Revising and reinterpreting late-Antique (4th-8th c. AD) exchange networks along the Atlantic Façade", UrbNet, AU, Denmark, 16 May 2022.

Rubina Raja, "The archaeology of the Forum Iulium: Results from the new Danish-Italian Excavations", Workshop: The Forum Romanum: Architecture, space and politics, University of Lund, Department of archaeology and ancient history, Lund, Sweden, 13 May 2022.

Irene Bavuso, "Sfruttamento minerario e terre regie nell’Inghilterra postromana (secoli VI-VIII)’, I beni fiscali e la storia economica medievale, Università di Bologna, Italy, 6-7 May 2022.

Rubina Raja, "Women in Academia: Challenges and potentials", Women of the Year, Denmark: 2022, Carlsberg Academy, Copenhagen, Denmark, 6 May 2022.

Rubina Raja, "Urban archaeology: prospects and challenges", Conference: Two Worlds: Research Innovation & Commercial Success in Archaeology, University of Cambridge, Cambridge Archaeological Unit, Cambridge, United Kingdom, 29 April 2022.

Rubina Raja, "Levantine Entanglements: lines of enquiry - a response from current research", Book launch seminar of the edited volume "Levantine Entanglements", Oslo University, the Theological Faculty, Oslo, Norway, 26 April 2022.

Kirstine Haase, "Kortlægning af middelalderbyens kulturlag – trusler og potentiale", Middelaldertræf - MAF, Moesgård Museum, Denmark, 22 April 2022.

Rubina Raja, "Urban Archaeology in central Rome: The Danish-Italian Excavations on Caesar's Forum", 1st ARSID Seminar, Italian Cultural Institute of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark, 21 April 2022.

Sarah Croix, "Reconciling permanency and seasonality in the early medieval emporia. The temporality of craft production and the question of the “itinerant” artisan in Viking-Age Ribe”, Emporia, trade and cultural change in Early Medieval Europe, Aarhus University, Denmark, 21 April 2022.

Tom Brughmans, "Does archaeology need network science? Illustrated through Medieval visibility networks in the Himalayas and Roman Economic networks", Conference: CREAB, Université libre de Bruxelles, Belgium, 6 April 2022.

Rubina Raja, "Staying at Home or Taking Away: Palmyrene Priestly Iconography as Expressions of Local Traditions", Conference: Dura-Europos: Past, Present, Future, Yale University, New Haven, USA, 1 April 2022.

Sarah Croix, "At home with the artisans – Craft collaborations and household relations
at the emporium Ribe", Viking Studies Talk, University of York, United Kingdom, 1 April 2022.

Rubina Raja, "Archive Archaeology and decolonisation. The case of the Ingholt Archive", University of California, Department of History of Art, Berkeley, USA, 30 March 2022.

Søren Sindbæk, "Brudstykker af en offerfest fra vikingetiden", Jysk Arkæologisk Selskab, Moesgård Museum, Aarhus, Denmark, 30 March 2022.

Kirstine Haase, "Jagten på den forsvundne Kirke", Online lecture, Museum Odense, Denmark, 23 March 2022.

Rubina Raja, "Dilemmas in Digital Humanities: Case Studies from Palmyra", University of California, Berkeley, Department of Classics and Art History, Berkeley, USA, 10 March 2022.

Tom Brughmans,"Archaeological Network Research, illustrated through a study on visual signalling networks of Medieval strongholds in Garhwal Himalaya, India", ITU, Copenhagen, Denmark, 2 March 2022.

Rubina Raja, "Cæsar og hans forum: Der var engang en "konge"", symposium: Symposium om monarkier - i anledning af H.M. Dronning Margrethe II’s 50-års regeringsjubilæum, The Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters, Copenhagen, Denmark, 24 February 2022.

Rubina Raja, "Leaving the comfort zone: trajectories between interdisciplinarity and monodisciplinarity", Conference: Rituals and Resonances of Interdisciplinary Research, Spring Conference of the IGS "Resonant Self-World Relations", Max Weber Kolleg, University of Erfurt, Eisenach, Germany, 23 February 2022.

Søren Sindbæk, "Introduktion til Vikingetiden", Folkeuniversitetet, Emdrup, Denmark, 22 Februar 2022.

Iza Romanowska & Tom Brughmans, "FORVM the board game. Making our computational modelling research on the Roman economy playable", Workshop: Coding Medieval Worlds, workshop for Historians and Game Developers, 20 February 2022. 

Rhiannon Garth Jones, “Finding the potential in problems – the digitalisation of archives”, Conference: Shaping Archaeological Archives: Best practices for the dissemination of knowledge from digital resources, Centre for Urban Network Evolutions (UrbNet), Aarhus University, Denmark, 11 February 2022.

Rubina Raja & Julia Steding, "New Light on the Southwest Necropolis in Palmyra: The Excavation Diaries of Harald Ingholt", Conference: Shaping Archaeological Archives: Best Practices for the Dissemination of Knowledge from Digital Resources, Centre for Urban Network Evolutions (UrbNet), Aarhus University, virtual lecture, 11 February 2022.

Amy Miranda & Rubina Raja, "Making Archives Accessible: The Ingholt Archive as a Case Study in Approaching Digital Colonialism", Conference: Shaping Archaeological Archives: Best Practices for the Dissemination of Knowledge from Digital Resources, Centre for Urban Network Evolutions (UrbNet), Aarhus University, virtual lecture, 10 February 2022.