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2021.06.24 | Research, Globale Studier

DECOLONIZE THIS!? - Call for Papers

A Special Collection of the transdisciplinary journal "GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES"

South Africa's first mobile health programme "M-health" is an SMS program that focuses on mother-child health. Here Bongani (pseudonym) from Khayelitsha, which is the largest township on the Cape Flats, shows Shari how she plays music and videos on the phone when putting her baby to sleep. (Photo: Private)
Many mothers from the former townships take on a large responsibility for their community. They may cook breakfast for the children of the street, or they may, as here, have a soup kitchen. (Photo: Private)

2021.06.21 | Research, Antropologi, Arts

Mother until the End of the World

13.000 km separates Denmark and South Africa, but to what extent is the role of the mother in the cold North distinguishable from that in the warm South? How does climate, culture, and history impact motherhood? A researcher of anthropology has examined this in Cape Town.

2021.06.11 | Arkæologi, Research, Arts

Søren Michael Sindbæk Appointed Professor

Søren Michael Sindbæk has been appointed professor of the Department of Archaeology and Heritage Studies effective from August 1, 2021.


Thu 24 Jun
14:00-16:00 | Aarhus University via Zoom
Alexandria’s urban fortifications under Mamluk and Ottoman rule
Dr Kathrin Machinek (CEAlex/CNRS)
Tue 29 Jun
14:00-17:00 | Aarhus University via Zoom
PhD Defence: Rowan Jackson
A Natural Experimental Approach to Vulnerability, Resilience and Adaptation in Historic Greenland
Wed 30 Jun
14:00-17:00 | Aarhus University, online via zoom
PhD Defence: Oliver Quick
Sympathizing and Empathizing With the Robotic Other