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2015.05.07 | Kristendom og teologi i kultur og samfund, Teologi

God is back!

Svend Andersen has written the book ”God” in Aarhus University Press’ Reflections series.

Teresa Caldeira (University of California, Berkeley)

2015.04.10 | Antropologi

"Brazil - the land of the future?"

During the days 12-14 March Contemporary Ethnography housed an international conference: "Brazil - the land of the future?". The conference was very successful and well-visited.

2015.03.28 | Religionsvidenskab, Historie og Klassiske Studier

Successful Student Symposium on the Viking and Middle Ages

The Eighth Annual Student Symposium drew more than 100 participants from all over the world, including 24 speakers from 11 different European universities. This year’s Symposium was expanded to a two-day event, and featured many interesting papers and discussions.

2015.03.26 | Antropologi

James Scott gives Futures Lecture at AU

9 April at 5 pm James Scott will give a talk about domestication - of grain, animals, and humans.

2015.02.10 | Den antikke verden

New books

New books by Anders-Christian Jacobsen and Birgitte Secher Bøgh

2015.02.05 | Teologi

New Danish Representative in The World Council of Churches

Maria Munkholt Christensen is a PhD student at the Department of Theology, and she has recently been appointed as member of the commission “Faith and Order” within The World Council of Churches.

2015.02.04 | Research

Opening ceremony for the Centre for Urban Network Evolutions

On Friday 30 January the first of Aarhus University’s three new centres of excellence opened for business.

2015.01.22 | Arkæologi

Digital Heritage - Final call for papers.

Digital Heritage is an annual conference hosted by the Centre for Digital Heritage. This year, the theme will be '3D representation in knowledge production. Submission deadline for papers is extended until January 23.

2014.11.17 | Seminar, Research, Arkæologi

Has one of Harald Bluetooth’s fortresses come to light?

In September 2014, archaeologists from the Danish Castle Centre and Aarhus University announced the discovery of a Viking fortress in a field belonging to Vallø Manor, located west of Køge on the east coast of Sealand. This was the first discovery of its kind in Denmark in over 60 years. Since then, archaeologists have been waiting impatiently for…

[Translate to English:] Professor Joseph Carroll

2014.10.30 | People, Historie og Klassiske Studier

Internationally respected evolution researcher to be a visiting professor at Aarhus University

From January onwards Joseph Carroll is going to be a visiting professor at the Centre for Biocultural History.

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