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History / Archeology - Philosophy - 02.11.2020

History / Archeology - Life Sciences - 30.10.2020
Librarian’s book explores the history of books bound in human skin
I believe that it is important for research libraries to preserve and provide access to materials that we find objectionable,- Megan Rosenbloom said.

History / Archeology - Media - 28.10.2020

Social Sciences - History / Archeology - 21.10.2020
The lost Australian stories etched in iconic ancient trees
The lost Australian stories etched in iconic ancient trees
Archaeologists have launched a project to find Australia's lost stories carved into iconic centuries-old trees in the Kimberley in Western Australia.

History / Archeology - Environment - 21.10.2020
Britain and Ireland’s greatest Vikings towns join forces
York and Dublin, the two most important Viking settlements in Western Europe, are joining to learn from each other about their linked heritage and history, it was announced today.

Campus - History / Archeology - 21.10.2020

Campus - History / Archeology - 13.10.2020
Gko? Gkr!
Gko? Gkr!
Now that the Rectorate has approved the Faculty's application to change its name to 'Fakultät für Geschichte, Kunstund Regionalwissenschaften' in German and to 'Faculty of History, Art and Area Studies' in English, the institution can operate under this name.

History / Archeology - Sport - 12.10.2020
Central Asian Horse Riders Played Ball Games 3,000 Years Ago
Central Asian Horse Riders Played Ball Games 3,000 Years Ago
Researchers have investigated ancient leather balls discovered in the graves of horse riders in northwest China.

Campus - History / Archeology - 06.10.2020
Peek behind the Portico: how much do you really know about UCL?
Stuck for a conversation starter? We've got you covered with these 12 questions about UCL's past, present, people and places.

History / Archeology - Philosophy - 30.09.2020
Leonardus Lessius, an "Important pioneer of European business ethics"
Legal historians in Cluster of Excellence make the work of Dutch legal scholar and moral theologian Leonardus Lessius accessible for the first time - Developed innovative legal and ethical principles

History / Archeology - Economics / Business - 29.09.2020
Zurich Was Linked to Slavery through State Bonds, Trade and Plantations
Zurich Was Linked to Slavery through State Bonds, Trade and Plantations
The city of Zurich supported slavery and slave trade in the 18th century financially and played a role in the deportation of thousands of Africans.

History / Archeology - 23.09.2020

History / Archeology - 17.09.2020

Economics / Business - History / Archeology - 11.09.2020
Why a 19th-century bank failure still matters
In 1865, Congress set up a bank for newly emancipated Black Americans to help accelerate their economic empowerment.

History / Archeology - 10.09.2020

History / Archeology - Religions - 09.09.2020
Paul de Lagarde (1827-1891) - scholar and anti-Semite
Paul de Lagarde (1827-1891) - scholar and anti-Semite
Research team from Göttingen and Potsdam examines the intellectual legacy of the Göttingen Orientalist Who was Paul de Lagarde?

History / Archeology - Social Sciences - 28.08.2020

History / Archeology - Life Sciences - 27.08.2020

History / Archeology - 20.08.2020
Negating a Revolution
China historian says 'state consumerism' evolved as an unofficial policy of the Chinese Communist Party, not anti-capitalism In 1970s China, Chen Yilin became the proud owner of a regionally made wristwatch, a Yangcheng.

History / Archeology - Social Sciences - 19.08.2020

History / Archeology - 14.08.2020
Britain’s first Viking helmet discovered
A team from our Archaeology Department have been helping to uncover the past of a rare Viking artefact. The origins of a corroded, damaged helmet, which was unearthed in Yarm, Stockton-on-Tees, UK, has caused much debate for many years and Dr Chris Caple and his team were asked to carry out research to find out more about it.

History / Archeology - Art and Design - 13.08.2020

Social Sciences - History / Archeology - 12.08.2020
Eating out was a very social matter for early humans
A half-a-million-year-old internationally significant archaeological site in Sussex, England, offers unprecedented insights into the life of a poorly understood extinct human species, according to new UCL research. The findings of a meticulous study led by UCL Institute of Archaeology are detailed in a ground-breaking new book ' The Horse Butchery Site ', published by UCL Archaeology South-East's 'Spoilheap Publications'.

Politics - History / Archeology - 12.08.2020

History / Archeology - Social Sciences - 10.08.2020

History / Archeology - Social Sciences - 10.08.2020

History / Archeology - Religions - 07.08.2020

Social Sciences - History / Archeology - 07.08.2020

History / Archeology - 06.08.2020
Unique piece of Wales' Black history goes online
Unique piece of Wales’ Black history goes online
An extremely rare piece of Wales' Black history has been published online for the first time. Published on the city's Bute Street in 1862, William Hall's "Personal Narrative" is a shocking and graphic account of his birth into slavery in Tennessee, and his arduous journey to Cardiff.

History / Archeology - 05.08.2020
Native American stone tool technology found in Arabia
Native American stone tool technology found in Arabia
Stone fluted points dating back some 8,000 to 7,000 years ago, were discovered on archaeological sites in Manayzah, Yemen and Ad-Dahariz, Oman.

History / Archeology - Art and Design - 04.08.2020

History / Archeology - Social Sciences - 27.07.2020

History / Archeology - Astronomy / Space Science - 27.07.2020

Environment - History / Archeology - 22.07.2020
Vale Richard Grove
Vale Richard Grove
Written by Associate Professor Ruth Morgan It is with great sadness that we reflect on the life and career of the environmental historian, Richard Grove, who passed on 25 June aged 64.

Architecture - History / Archeology - 21.07.2020

History / Archeology - Criminology / Forensics - 16.07.2020
Why Confederate monuments are coming down now
Why Confederate monuments are coming down now
As Confederate monuments and memorials are toppled across the United States, Stanford historian James T. Campbell says it is important to think historically not only about the past but also about our own time and what future generations might say about us.

History / Archeology - 15.07.2020
International travel guides of the ancient Greeks
International travel guides of the ancient Greeks
International travel in the ancient world didn't include too many buffet breakfasts. Yet some ancient travellers still had the urge to write travel guides, and Daniel Hanigan couldn't be happier.

History / Archeology - Politics - 01.07.2020
How the meaning of the Declaration of Independence changed over time
When the Continental Congress adopted the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776, it was a call for the right to statehood rather than individual liberties, says Stanford historian Jack Rakove.

Social Sciences - History / Archeology - 30.06.2020
Socially-distanced archaeological dig brings community together
Socially-distanced archaeological dig brings community together
People living near one of Cardiff's most ancient monuments are being invited to help unearth further insights into the area's rich archaeology and history.

History / Archeology - Social Sciences - 25.06.2020
Food companies plan to rebrand products to become more racially sensitive
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