Humanities - History/Archeology
The Hsu-Tang Library of Classical Chinese Literature brings six centuries of classic texts to the world, in bilingual editions. Nuns writing fine poetry. Centuries-old joke books. An epic travelogue ending with a visit to Genghis Khan. These are just a few things readers can experience through the new Hsu-Tang Library of Classical Chinese Literature, published by Oxford University Press.
Frequin was one of three speakers on the Paleissymposium. Assistant Professor Sanne Frequin was one of the three speakers at the Paleissymposium, with King Willem-Alexander as host.
Show all news items As we reflect on pivotal moments throughout history, such as the suffragette movement, the Second World War, or the abolition of slavery, there is a tendency to overlook the names and stories of disabled individuals who played a critical role in shaping the course of history.
A possibly pre-Christian temple from the time of the East Anglian Kings, some 1,400 years ago, has been found at Rendlesham, near Sutton Hoo in Suffolk, by a team of archaeologists led by UCL researchers.
MIT's Malick Ghachem extends the "Dialogues across Differences" lecture series with a talk about the past and present of university politics.
A team of archaeologists, co-led by a researcher at the University of Southampton, believe they have located the site of the lost Monastery of Deer in Northeast Scotland.
At Laveyron, Inrap archaeologists have uncovered a wine-making facility built in the 1st century AD, on top of large buildings dating from the 1st century BC.
Ridley Scott's Napoleon biopic offers a window into the prevailing fashion trends of a hugely significant period in history, every detail of which was scrutinised in the French press, writes Tania Sheikhan in The Conversation.
A collection of over 200 coins from over 200 years of Celtic British history is now available to a worldwide audience.
Recent research has shown that engravings in a cave in La Roche-Cotard (France), which has been sealed for thousands of years, were actually made by Neanderthals. This research was performed by Basel archaeologist Dorota Wojtczak together with a team of researchers from France and Denmark, whose findings reveal that the Neanderthals were in fact the first humans with an appreciation of art.
Over 2,000 seal impressions discovered provide vivid insights into city administration in Roman Antiquity.
UC Berkeley Center for the Science of Psychedelics BCSP Among the questions the initiative will explore: What might psychedelics reveal about how societies change? How have they shaped music, history and art? Can they shed new light on age-old questions about what it means to be human, to think and to exist? On November 15, the University of Califo
Ingénieur d’études en sciences de l’information (bases de données) H/F CNRS, Lyon
Walter Burke Assistant or Associate Professor, Northern European Art History, ca. 1400-1700 Columbia University
Assistant Professor / Associate Professor (tenure-track or tenured)/Professor in US Latinx History Columbia University
Assistant Professor Position In Accounting Erasmus University
PhD Positions in Business and Management at Erasmus Research Institute of Management (ERIM), Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR) Erasmus University
PhD position in strategy economics Erasmus University
Diversity in leadership positions and DEI policies Erasmus University
PhD position in behavioural and experimental economics Erasmus University
Assistant professor in Global History Erasmus University
PhD Inclusive and just sustainability transitions Erasmus University
Professorship in History and Theory of Popular Music Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen
Sessional Instructors, Department of History, Spring 2024 and Summer 2024 University of Calgary
Assistant Professor (tenure-track), Early Modern / Renaissance Literature University of Alberta
Links - History/Archeology
- Deutsches Bergbau-Museum Bochum - Leibniz Research Museum for Geo-resources (DBM)
- German Maritime Museum - Leibniz Institute for Maritime History (DSM)
- Leibniz Institute for Jewish History and Culture - Simon Dubnow (DI)
- Georg Eckert Institute for International Textbook Research (GEI)
- Germanisches Nationalmuseum (GNM)
- Herder Institute for Historical Research on East Central Europe - Institute of the Leibniz Association (HI)
- Leibniz Institute of European History Mainz (IEG)
- Leibniz Institute for Contemporary History (IfZ)
- Leibniz Institute for the History and Culture of Eastern Europe (GWZO)
- Römisch-Germanisches Zentralmuseum - Leibniz Research Institute for Archaeology (RGZM)
- Leibniz-Zentrum Moderner Orient (ZMO)
- Leibniz Centre for Contemporary History Potsdam (ZZF)
- Institut national de recherches archéologiques préventives (INRAP)
- Federal Institute for Culture and History of the Germans in Eastern Europe (BKGE)
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Is Now and Then really a Beatles song?
Work Semantics / Semantiken der Arbeit
Rafael Mariano Grossi speaks about nuclear power's role at a critical moment in history
Morris Chang '52, SM '53 describes the secrets of semiconductor success
A virtual guide to art at Hopkins
'Signs of the Future. East-West: Dialogues and Points of View': a series of events focusing on Kazakhstan and Eastern Europe
Analysis: Hamas and Hezbollah: how they are different and why they might cooperate against Israel
Community heritage project goes from strength-to-strength
Cross-alpine transit protests
Name Review Board makes first de-naming recommendation
New perspectives on human-plant relationships
Indigenous art enjoys a renaissance
Stefan Rohdewald on the situation in Ukraine: 'Trench warfare that could last for years'
Special Look at Manuscript Research
Students visit USA as part of Urdd Gobaith Cymru's anti-racism message
70 years ago, an Anglo-US coup condemned Iran to decades of oppression - but now the people are fighting back
'Een schip vol woorden' exhibition on display in Utrecht University Libraries
'Een schip vol woorden' exhibition on display in Utrecht University Library
Seligmann fragments back in Vienna after decades
Analysis: Jenin attack created 4,000 new refugees, part of the endless cycle of displacement