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2020.03.27 | History and achaeology

The virtual PhD Pre-defence of Nikoline Sauer

By PhD Student Nikoline Sauer.

Fig. 1. Presentation, 'An archaeologist talks: all roads lead to Rome', for the third-graders at Viborg Private Realskole. Photo: Line Egelund.
Fig. 2. Line tells about archaeology, networks and Rome. Photo: Marian Bech Pedersen, teacher at VPR. 
Fig. 3. Engaged and intently listening third-graders from VPR. Photo: Marian Bech Pedersen, teacher at VPR.

2020.03.05 | History and achaeology

An Archaeologist talks – all roads lead to Rome: a visit in third grade

PhD Student Line Egelund visited third-graders at Viborg Private Realskole, introducing them to archaeology and its importance for understanding the past and present world. Her own PhD project and the Caesar’s Forum Project took centre stage in her presentation.

2020.02.18 | History and achaeology

Academic Visitor at the Institute of Classical Studies, London

From 1 March to 1 June 2020, PhD Student Nikoline Sauer will be an Academic Visitor at the Institute of Classical Studies (ICS) at the School of Advanced Study, University of London. The research stay abroad is part of her PhD studies at Centre for Urban Network Evolutions, Aarhus University.

Fotoet af Alessandrino-kvarteret, der er taget inden nedrivningen påbegyndtes, vidner om et meget anderledes byrum end det, vi ser i dag i Roms centrum. (Foto: Public domain)

2019.12.03 | Presseklip, History and achaeology

Arkæologer graver i den skjulte fortid ved Cæsars Forum

Med nye udgravninger kaster danske og italienske arkæologer nyt lys over et ellers glemt kvarter i Rom.

Photo: Lars Svankjær.

2019.12.03 | History and achaeology, Awards

Professor and centre director Rubina Raja receives DM’s Research Award 2019

DM (Danish Association of Masters and PhDs) has awarded Rubina Raja the Research Award 2019 within the humanities and social sciences. Rubina Raja receives the award for her excellent research, for paving the way for new, interdisciplinary research efforts and for innovative use of research results.

Events

Sat 04 Apr
08:00-16:00 | Cambridge University, Cambridge, United Kingdom.
Workshop: Italy Before History: New Research and New Perspectives on Iron Age Italy
AS A PREVENTIVE MEASURE AGAINST THE SPREADING OF COVID-19, THIS EVENT HAS UNFORTUNATELY BEEN CANCELLED. Lecture at Cambridge University by PhD student Nikoline Sauer.
Sat 18 Apr
09:00-12:00 | Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Split, Croatia.
The Identification of Domestic Architecture in Archaic Rome Beyond Tufa and Tiles
AS A PREVENTIVE MEASURE AGAINST THE SPREADING OF COVID-19, THIS EVENT HAS UNFORTUNATELY BEEN CANCELLED. Lecture at Roman Archaeology Conference 2020 by PhD student Nikoline Sauer.
Fri 15 May
14:00-14:30 | Lund University, Department of Archaeology and Ancient History
The Danish-Italian excavations on Caesar’s Forum
Lecture by Postdoc Sine G. Saxkjær at the workshop "The Forum Romanum – Architecture, space and politics".

Funding