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2018.10.25 | Antropologi

Amanda Møller Rasmussen – New Ph.D. at the Department for Anthropology

With a background in African Studies and Social Anthropology of Development from Copenhagen University and School of Oriental and African Studies, respectively, Amanda has started her Ph.D. at the Department for Anthropology in September.

2018.10.24 | Arkæologi

Joshua Cohen - New postdoc at the Department of Archealogy and Hertiage studies

Joshua will join CAS from 5 November where he will be part of the Heritage and the Anthropocene (HATA) project.

From the left: Teacher and former EU interpreter Kirsten Feldthaus, Professor Helle Vrønning Dam, teacher and former EU interpreter Torben Bagge Hansen, Sif Antonia Munck Pedersen, Mikkel Jeppesen, Jannick Roger Markussen, Mette Reinhardt Jakobsen, Rasmus Troels Steenberg. At the front: Anne Ditte Junge and the dog Ibelle. On Skype: Elizabeth Nicola May from Luxembourg.
 Teacher and former EU interpreter Kirsten Feldthaus welcomes the new students on the professional Master's degree programme in conference interpreting at Aarhus University
“You are a small select group, and you are also pioneers of national a strategy”. Those were the words of Professor Helle Vrønning Dam in her welcome speech addressed to the new students on the professional Master’s degree programme in conference interpreting at Aarhus University.

2018.10.24 | Ceremony / opening, Language and communication

New interpreters to secure the international future of Danish

The first group of students have just started on the new professional Master’s degree programme in conference interpreting at Aarhus University. They are to secure the future of the Danish language in the EU and in other international contexts.

2018.10.01 | Historie og Klassiske Studier

Nordics.info – a new website based at the School of Culture and Society/School of Communication and Culture.

The aim of nordics.info is to disseminate reliable, interdisciplinary information on the Nordic region for a global and Nordic audience. It will go live in March 2019. The website’s initial funding is via the research consortium ‘Reimagining Norden in an Evolving World’ (ReNEW) organised by Aarhus University together with five other universities…

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