Institut for Kultur og Samfund

Institut for Kultur og Samfund

Forskning og undervisning i samspillet mellem kultur og samfund i tid og rum

Afdelinger

Nyheder

Marcello Mannino in the Isotope Ratio Mass Spectrometry (IRMS) laboratory of the Department of Human Evolution at the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig (Germany).

13.05.2016 | Forskning, Arkæologi

The last Ice Age shaped the early genetic history of modern humans in Europe

Marcello A. Mannino from Aarhus University is the co-author of a Nature article about the genetic history of Ice Age Europe, showing that migrations were recurring events in the human history of the continent.

Søren Sindbæk

12.05.2016 | Bevillinger, Arkæologi

Stor byarkæologisk undersøgelse af Ribe

Carlsbergfondet har bevilliget 15,5 mio. til et arkæologisk udgravningsprojekt ledet af Søren Sindbæk, der skal sikre Ribes ældste kulturarv.

Johanna Seibt

12.05.2016 | Bevillinger, Filosofi og Idéhistorie

Millioner til forskning i menneskets interaktion med robotter

Johanna Seibt har modtaget en Semper Ardens-bevilling fra Carlsbergfondet på 15. mio., der skal udvikle en ansvarlig social robotteknologi.

Arrangementer

man 30 maj
13:00-16:00 | Aarhus University, building 4206, room 139, Moesgaard
PhD defence: Nina Helt Nielsen
Formation of Celtic fields. A geoarchaeological and relative-chronological of selected Danish field systems for the late Bronze Age and early Iron Age.
tir 31 maj
12:00-14:00 | AU, Campus Nobel, Bldg. 1453, Room 513, Jens Chr. Skous Vej 3
A gnostic sermon as preserved in the polemic of Hippolytus
Seminar with Jonathan Cahana, arranged by the Centre for the Study of Antiquity and Christianity (CSAC). The seminar should have been held May 24, but now it has been scheduled to May 31.
ons 01 jun
11:00-12:00 | Aarhus University, Auditorium 1 (4206-117), Moesgaard
Brown Bag Seminar (STAFF ONLY) on Demand-Sharing
by Anders Emil
ons 01 jun
14:00-16:00 | Aarhus University, Nobelparken, Building 1461, room 516
Classical Antiquity and its Heritage Research Seminar, June 2016
Yannis Hamilakis (Southampton) From the 'Land of Ruins' to the Land of Ruination: Antiquity and the Crisis
tor 02 jun
17:00-19:00 | Stakladen, Aarhus University
Why Gaia is not the Globe
Bruno Latour is giving a public lecture in the "The Futures Lecture Series" with the title "Why Gaia is not the Globe – and why our future depends on not confusing the two"

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