Department of Global Studies
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2018.09.17 | Europastudier, Ruslandsstudier og Internationale Studier, Globale Studier

New journal: Global Perspectives, University of California Press

Section edited and curated by Associate Professor Hagen Schulz-Forberg

2018.06.14 | Globale Studier

Annette Fyllgraf Holst has accepted a permanent postition as secretary at CAS

We are happy to announce that our secretary temp Annette Fyllgraf Holst has accepted a permanent position as secretary at the Department of Global Studies in the building 1465-67.

2017.11.01 | CAS, Arkæologi, Materials, Culture and Heritage

Introduction of Sine Grove Saxkjær

Postdoc in the excavation project "Caesar's Forum in Rome" project

2017.10.27 | Globale Studier, Historie og Klassiske Studier

Introduction of Christopher Dickenson

New Assistant Professor at UrbNet.

2017.08.09 | Globale Studier

Welcome to Alexander Romantovskiy

Alexander Romantovskiy is a visiting Research Fellow from Moldova who will be affiliated to Russian Studies from August 15, 2017 until May 15, 2018. Romantovskiy Alexander – Master of Philology, speciality “Russian as a Foreign Language”, lecturer at the Department of Russian as a Foreign Language, Moscow State Linguistic University. Academic…

2017.02.13 | Globale Studier

Vladimir Pacheco Cueva - Associate Professor at the Department of Global Studies

We are happy to announce that Vladimir Pacheco Cueva has accepted a position as Associate Professor at the Department of Global Studies as of 1 February 2017.

2017.02.07 | Globale Studier

Raymond Yamamoto - New Assistant Professor at the Department of Global Studies

We are happy to welcome Raymond Yamamoto as a member of staff at CAS as of 1 March 2017.

2016.07.11 | Globale Studier

Jeremy Morris - New Associate Professor in Eastern European Studies

As of 1 August 2016 we welcome Jeremy Morris as a member of staff at the Department of Global Studies

The water in the river in San Sebastian area is orange from acid mine drainage (Photo: Pedro Cabezas)
Vladimir Pacheco Cueva talks to the local community in San Sebastian about environmental and health risks. (Photo: Xenia Marroquin)
Despite its high price bottled water is seen everywhere in San Sebastian. (Photo: Vladimir Pacheco Cueva)
Different gangs of artisanal miners dig up their own holes with simple tools and use mercury to extract gold from the rocks. (Photo: Vladimir Pacheco)

2016.03.16 | Research, Globale Studier

Abandoned mines cause serious problems for local communities

Water pollution caused by acid drainage is one of the biggest problems for people who live in and around mining areas. Vladimir Pacheco Cueva, PhD and assistant professor at the School of Culture and Society, Aarhus University, is the co-author of a report calling for government action to tackle the impact of mining on a rural community in El…

2016.01.05 | Globale Studier

Derek Pardue - Newly appointed Associate Professor at CAS

As of January 1, 2016, Derek Pardue has accepted a position as Associate Professor in Brazilian Studies.

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