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Professor Andreas Roepstorff has been appointed to the position of head of the School of Culture and Society as of 1 April 2022.
Martin Arvad Nicolaisen has joined Global Studies for a 2-year post.doc position with the PEPP II (Port Effectiveness and Public Private Cooperation for Competitiveness in Ghana) research project.
Phillip skal arbejde med projektet: “Reject degeneracy; Remember tradition!” A Study of Far-Right Digital Memory Practices".
In February 2022 Isha Dubey will join the CO-OC (Constructing the Oceans) project.
Aarti will work on the project: “Plastics and Anthropocene: The Bads associated with the Goods we consume”
Clara will work on a project investigating the Danish restorative justice programme (Konfliktråd) and how offenders experience proceeding through the programme.
Katrine will be working on the project: "Love in action: An anthropological examination of religious experience among Danish Pentecostals in Denmark and Tanzania".
Rithma starter d. 1. februar 2022 og skal arbejde med et projekt der handler om nyere idéhistorisk udvikling indenfor klima- og naturforståelse.
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.
Hagen Schulz-Forberg is part of a team of editors for the journal Global Perspectives. The Journal have won a very nice award. The Council of Editors of Learned Journals (CELJ) named the journal “Best New Journal of the Year”.
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