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2017.03.29 | Teologi

Sasja Emilie Mathiasen Stopa – New Postdoc at CAS

Since February 1, 2017, Sasja Emilie Mathiasen Stopa has been a postdoctoral researcher in the field of systematic theology at CAS.

2017.03.16 | Knowledge exchange, Religionsvidenskab

Peaceful co-existence between religions: how can this be achieved?

The experiences gained in both Indonesia and Denmark with regard to tolerance and co-existence between various religious and ethnic groups are to be discussed at a public round-table debate at Aarhus University on Monday 20 March.

2017.03.14 | Antropologi

Flora Botelho - New PhD at the Department of Anthropology

Flora is enrolled as PhD at CAS as of 1 April with the project: Privacy within the Home: middle class urbanism and the construction of family and person in Maputo, Mozambique.

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 | Arkæologi

Prize to Ph.D. Trine Kellberg Nielsen from the Department of Archaeology, Aarhus University

Ph.D. Trine Kellberg Nielsen from Aarhus University is the winner of this year’s Price for research into Prehistory and Quaternary Ecology at the University of Tübingen in Germany.

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.

2017.02.01 | Arkæologi

James Dodd – New PhD Student at The Department of Archaeology and Heritage Studies

James commences 1 February 2017 as a PhD student at The School of Culture & Society, with the project: “Transforming Terminology: Dividing Southern Tradition Prehistoric Art”.

Photo: Mette Lovschal (private).

2017.01.24 | Arkæologi, CAS, Research

Researcher: Unique ecosystem in East Africa could collapse

The Greater Mara is a 668,500-hectare natural area in south-western Kenya which is home to a unique variety of wildlife. But it is also home to the famous Masai tribe. New research shows that the area is gravely threatened by manmade changes, and that fences are being erected in unprecedented numbers and at great speed.

2017.01.17 | Antropologi

Camilla Brændstrup Laursen - new PhD student at the Department of Anthropology

Camilla Brændstrup Laursen is enrolled as PhD at CAS from 1 February 2017

Noa Vaisman

2017.01.13 | Antropologi

Noa Vaisman – new Assistant Professor and AUFF Starting Grant recipient

Noa Vaisman has been appointed Assistant Professor at the Department of Anthropology this summer and received an AUFF Starting Grant this fall for the project “What Comes After Justice? The aftermath of legal accountability in cases of crimes against humanity in Argentina, a cross-generational investigation”

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