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Mathilde starter d. 1. februar 2022 og skal arbejde med projektet: Playing to survive: comparative archaeological perspectives on the role of early-age innovation for societal adaptation during climatic crises.
A team of researchers from Aarhus University and Moesgaard Museum in Denmark have, based on new radiocarbon dating’s from the famous Viksø helmets from Zealand, Denmark, investigated the phenomenon of horned helmet warriors in Late Bronze Age Europe
Laurits is enrolled at CAS from 1 September. He will be working on the potential impact volcanic induced climate change had on humans in Northern Europe in the last part of the ice age.
Mark Haughton will be affiliated the ANTHEA project from August 2021.
Zachary Caple will be affiliated the ANTHEA project from August 2021.
Søren Michael Sindbæk has been appointed professor of the Department of Archaeology and Heritage Studies effective from August 1, 2021.
Felix Riede has been appointed professor of the Department of Archaeology and Heritage Studies effective from August 1, 2021.
As part of the continued collaboration between the museum and the university, three associate professors have been awarded the honorary title of Associate Museum Inspector.
Anna Tornberg (LU) & Helle Vandkilde (AU) have received SEK 4,897,000 from Svenska Riksbankens Jubileumsfond for the research project: Violence and Warfare in the Nordic Corded Ware Complex 2900-2300 BCE.
David Harvey took over the postion as Research Programme Director on 1 February 2021.
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