History / Philosophy

History - Jun 18
History
The Latin version of Théodore de Bry's Voyages is available on line in its entirety for the first time. Made up of 25 sections and four supplements (29 volumes in total), Voyages is a unique work with a wealth of detailed illustrations.
Health - History - Jun 12

International Research Project Studies Social Significance of Health Resorts No 169/2019 from Jun 12, 2019 A team of researchers from the universities of Amsterdam and Lund, Queen Mary University in London, and Freie Universität Berlin is starting a research project on health resorts as a location of transnational encounter and debate.

History - May 20

A look into the past. It's usually just a metaphor, but archaeologists Jeroen Poblome and Sam Cleymans have made it a physical reality. Together with the University of Burdur, Turkey, they have reconstructed the faces of two centuries-old residents of Sagalassos.

History - May 16

A team of archaeologists and anthropologists from the University of Bristol have been gradually unlocking the secrets hidden within Winchester Cathedral's mortuary chests as part of an on-going research project supported by the Dean and Chapter of Winchester Cathedral.

Chemistry - History - May 6

Ritual bundle contents include leather bag, carved wooden snuff tablets and snuff tube with human hair braids, pouch made of fox snouts and camelid bone spatulas.

History - May 26

Global history specialist Valeska Huber from Freie Universität admitted to Junge Akademie. No 150/2019 from May 26, 2019 On Saturday the historian Dr. Valeska Huber at Freie Universität Berlin was appointed a member of Die Junge Akademie , the German academy for outstanding young scholars.

History - Computer Science - May 17
History - Computer Science

Centuries-old manuscripts, documents and heraldic images: at first glance, medieval research and artificial intelligence seem to be a contradiction in terms.

History - Chemistry - May 16

Scientists from the University of Bristol have uncovered, for the first time, definitive evidence that determines what types of food medieval peasants ate and how they managed their animals.

History - Health - Apr 23

Framing Agnes weaves 1958 case study with rediscovered stories of gender nonconformity. Assoc. Prof. Kristen Schilt and filmmaker Chase Joynt have spent years chasing down the story of Agnes, a transgender woman whose 1958 case study has reverberated through decades of sociology.

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Law/Forensics - 21.06
UniversitätsassistentIn - Postdoc Universität Innsbruck
Linguistics/Literature - 18.12.2017
Post-doctoral research fellowships in Arabic historiography University of Ghent
History/Archeology - 25.06
Departmental Lecturer in African History University of Oxford
History/Archeology - 24.06
Departmental Lecturer in the History of Art University of Oxford
Business/Economics - 09.12.2011
Professor McGill University
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