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Marianne Pade, Professor of Classical philology, has received the Queen's honour for her extensive work in the service of science.
When millions of fans are excited about the football world championship in the near future, it happens with several rituals resembling those of faith. But is it fair to talk about football as a modern religion? This question has associate professor in the study of religion at the faculty of Arts, Marianne Qvortrup Fibiger, studied.
(article in Danish)
In partnership with researchers from the Faculty of Natural Sciences at Aarhus University, Associate Professor Mette Løvschal from the Faculty of Arts has been studying the consequences of an increase in fencing, which threatens to destroy unique ecosystems in East Africa. The results have just appeared in the prestigious journal Scientific Reports, which is published by Nature.
Speaker: Marie Rask Bjerre Odgaard (AU)
Speaker: Britt Bailie (Cambridge; MacDonald Institute, UK)
The Aarhus University seminar in Global Governance Beyond Neoliberalism invites you to the online session, "China in the World Economy"
Speakers: Various colleagues