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2021.01.26 | Religionsvidenskab

Ricarda Setgmann - New Marie Curie postdoc at the Department for the Study of Religion.

Ricarda Stegmann investigates contemporary Sufi spirituality of the middle classes.

2021.01.26 | Historie og Klassiske Studier

Bogudgivelse: The Death of Tidericus the Organist: Plague and Conspiracy Theory in Hanseatic Visby

Richard Coles nye bog, "The Death of Tidericus the Organist: Plague and Conspiracy Theory in Hanseatic Visby" er netop udgivet med The Viking Society for Northern Research. Læs mere om Richard Cole og hans arbejde.

2021.01.18 | Lecture / talk

Vikingerne og Kapitalisme

Hvad ville en viking have tænkt om kapitalismen? Hvorfor ser vi vikingerne i reklame i dag? Richard Cole diskuterer vikingerne og den kapitalistiske økonomi i en ny podcast med nordics.info.

2021.01.13 | Historie og Klassiske Studier

Marie Hélène van de Ven - New PhD at the Deparment of History and Classical Studies

Marie Hélène will be working on the project: Recontextualising illicitly obtained indigenous art: the Apulian red-figured vases.

2021.01.13 | Arkæologi

Sarah Kerr - New Postdoc at Department of Archaeology and Heritage Studies

Sarah will join CAS on 1 February 2021. She will be working on the project: Culture, Heritage and Identities: Impacts of Climate Change in northwest Europe.

2021.01.12 | CHEF

CHEF Online Talks February & March 2021

Programme information on the four upcoming CHEF Online Talks

2021.01.11 | Arts

Coughs and sneezes spread diseases

We are afraid to shake each other’s hands, and now spend more time washing and disinfecting our hands than ever before. Is the simple handshake an outmoded form of greeting that is heading for the dust heap of history? Are we starting an era of more permanent social distancing? And will we continue to avoid human contact and accept limitations in…

2020.12.10 | It/teknologi

Teaching Without Bodies

Tell me and I’ll forget; show me and I may remember; involve me and I’ll understand. The truth of this Chinese proverb has been put to the test during the Coronavirus, which has turned online teaching into an essential part of our everyday lives. What happens to the learning process when we are unable to meet face-to-face? In this article the…

2020.12.10 | Didaktik

The Corona crisis has been a revelation for schools – but not a revolution

The global school lockdowns caused by the Corona pandemic won’t change our school systems fundamentally. But a number of important issues have become clearer. For instance, even the most avid fans of digital teaching now find it hard to defend this form of teaching in its purest form. These are the conclusions of three researchers, who want us to…

2020.12.04 | Filosofi og Idéhistorie

Nanna Katrine Lüders Kaalund receives a Carlsberg Foundation Reintegration Fellowship

Nanna Katrine Lüders Kaalund has received a Carlsberg Foundation Reintegration Fellowship for the project: "Economizing Science and National Identities: The Royal Greenland Trading Department and the Making of Modern Denmark and Greenland".

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Events

Wed 27 Jan
13:00-17:30 | Aarahus University, Denmark - See attached PDF-file
Seminar: "Techo-Natures and Urban Transformations" - To attend - find contact person in PDF-file
Organized by: Mikkel Thelle from School of Culture and Society, AU Mikkel Høghøj from School of Culture and Society, AU
Wed 27 Jan
15:00-17:00 | Aarhus University, Online via Zoom
Two Presentations on Neo-Latin Funerary Literature
Marc Laureys, University of Bonn: The funerary poetry of Robertus Obrizius Anders Kirk Borggaard, Aarhus University: Genre, content, and personal ambition in Neo-Latin funerary literature
Thu 28 Jan
13:00-17:30 | Aarhus University - Attend the seminar - Find contact person in attached program below
Seminar: Techno-Natures and Urban Transformations - To attend find contact person in PDF-file
Organized by: Mikkel Thelle from School of Culture and Society, AU Mikkel Høghøj from School of Culture and Society, AU
Thu 28 Jan
15:00-16:00 | Online
Talk: Robin Celikates, Freie Universität, Berlin
Online. Please see link in the Poster.
Fri 29 Jan
09:00-12:00 | On-Line
Announcement Ph.d.-defence - 29 January 2021
On-line. Please see poster for registration.
Wed 03 Feb
12:15-17:00 | Aarhus University - Nobelparken (1461-516)
The New MA Study Program in History - Postponed - New date to be announced later
Fri 05 Feb
14:15-16:00 | Kunsthal Aarhus, J. M. Mørks Gade 13, 8000 Aarhus and on Zoom: https://aarhusuniversity.zoom.us/j/69317341114
Postponed until further notice! Talk by Christina Varvia on The Murder of Pavlos Fyssas by Golden Dawn
On 7 October 2020, Golden Dawn, the Greek neo-Nazi organisation, was indicted for its criminal activities after 5.5 years of court proceedings. Golden Dawn that operated as a criminal organisation for decades, also held seats at the Greek parliament, making this trial the most significant legal confrontation of a nazi party since the Nuremberg tribunals. This lecture will present the analysis of one of the key cases included in the court files, the murder of the antifascist rapper Pavlos Fyssas.
Tue 09 Feb
15:00-16:00 | Zoom
Experiments in Decolonizing the University. Towards an Ecology of Study
CHEF Talk (webinar) – free and open to all
Wed 10 Feb
14:15-16:00 | Aarhus
Augustine and the Will in De civitate Dei
Eva Elisabeth Houth Vrangbæk
Thu 11 Feb
13:00-18:00 |
The Digital Reading Condition
The Reading Between Media Group at Aarhus University invites all interested participants to a one-day seminar on The Digital Reading Condition

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