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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”

Associate professor Jesper Sørensen.

2017.01.24 | Religionsvidenskab

New research programme director at the Department of the Study of Religion

Jesper Sørensen is new research programme director from 1 January 2017

2016.11.25 | Teologi

Visiting Associate Professor in New Testament Studies

For the year 2017 Brent Nongbri is Visiting Associate Professor at the Department of Theology.

2016.11.02 | Historie og Klassiske Studier

Julia Steding - New PhD at the Department of History and Classical Studies

Julia Steding will start as a PhD-student on the Palmyra Portrait Project in November 2016.

2016.10.31 | Teologi

Løgstrup Lecture 2016

Read the Løgstrup Lecture 2016 by Professor Emeritus Tom L. Beauchamp with the title: A DEFENSE OF UNIVERSAL PRINCIPLES AND COMMON MORALITY IN BIOMEDICAL ETHICS

2016.10.06 | Arkæologi

Trine Kellberg Nielsen - New postdoc at CAS

Trine Kellberg Nielsen will be working on a one-year postdoc at the Centre for Biocultural History.

Associate professor Nina Javette Koefoed

2016.10.06 | Grant, Historie og Klassiske Studier, Teologi

How has the Reformation influenced Danish society?

Under the leadership of associate professor Nina Koefoed, a three-year project at Aarhus University aims to find out how the Reformation has influenced Danish society. The project has received a grant of DKK 5 million from the Danish Council for Independent Research.

2016.10.04 | Research

We need to develop responsible social robotics

This is the message from the organisers behind the world’s largest international conference on humanities research into robotics. The title of the conference is What Social Robots Can and Should Do. The Research Network for Transdisciplinary Studies in Social Robotics (TRANSOR) is behind the conference – and the main organisers are two local…

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