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Moesgård, where the Department of Anthropology and the Department of Archaeology and Heritage Studies are based (photo: Moesgård Foto).

2018.03.07 | Awards, Antropologi, Arkæologi, Religionsvidenskab, Teologi

Three subject areas ranked among the top 50 in the world

Three of the subject areas taught at the School of Culture and Society have been included in the top 50 on the latest QS ranking list.

2018.02.19 | Arkæologi

Ben Fuller - New postdoc at the Department of Archaeology and Heritage Studies

Ben will be working on the project “Danish and European Diets in Time” (DEDiT).

2018.02.09 | CAS, Arkæologi, Materials, Culture and Heritage

European Association of Archaeologists (EAA) conference in Barcelona - September 2018

The Material Culture and Heritage (MCH) research program will be well represented.

2018.02.09 | CAS, Arkæologi, Materials, Culture and Heritage

Introduction of Mie Egelund Lind

New assistant centre administrator at UrbNet.

2018.02.09 | CAS, Arkæologi, Materials, Culture and Heritage

Introduction of Christian Svejgård Lunde Jørgensen

New PhD student at UrbNet.

2018.02.09 | CAS, Arkæologi, Materials, Culture and Heritage

Introduction of Line Egelund

New PhD student in the project Excavation of Julius Caesar’s Forum in Rome.

2018.02.07 | Arkæologi

Jesper Borre Pedersen - New PhD at the Department of Archaeology and Heritage Studies

Jesper will be investiagting the nature of the very first pioneers in northern Europe at the end of the last Ice Age.

2018.02.02 | Arkæologi, CAS, Materials, Culture and Heritage

Introduction of Nikoline Sauer Petersen

New PhD student in the project Excavation of Julius Caesar’s Forum in Rome.

2017.11.28 | Arkæologi

Anke Zernack - New Postdoc at the Department of Archeaology and Heritage Management

Anke Zernack is joining CAS as of 1 December. She will be part of ‘Apocalypse Then? project.

Heather Swanson

2017.11.07 | Arkæologi

Centre for Environmental Humanities receives International Network Programme grant

Danish Agency for Science and Higher Education supports the Aarhus-Cape Town Environmental Humanities Partnership with 272.197 DKK. These funds will strengthen collaborations between researchers in the Global North and Global South and support the next generations of environmental humanities scholars.

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