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'Cassius Dio: The Impact of Violence, War, and Civil War' is part of a renewed interest in the Roman historian Cassius Dio. This volume focuses on Dio’s approaches to foreign war and stasis as well as civil war.
Editors: Raúl Bernal-Meza & Li Xing. Publisher: Palgrave MacMillan.
The book proposal is a product of the research network ‘Digitization and the Future of Archives’ (funded by the Independent Research Fund, Denmark (IRFD)). The network brings together researchers and professional archivists primarily from the Nordic countries (Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Finland), but also from Britain, Canada and Australia. The book is to be published in 2022/23.
Keynote speakers from the US, GB and DK will present at the ten-year anniversary conference. New call for papers.
Available to stream now is last week's webinar on China arranged by Aalborg University's Faculty of Social Sciences and Djøf.
This book takes an explicitly feminist approach to studying gender and social inequalities in island settings while deliberating on ‘islandness’ as part of the intersectional analysis.
The Faculty of Social Sciences has appointed Professor Michael Baggesen Klitgaard as the new Head of the Department of Politics and Society.
For the first time researchers use a multilevel regulatory perspective and a transdisciplinary approach of law, political science and computer science to tackle climate change adaptation.
Professor Jeppe Agger Nielsen has received recognition for an article about the 4I Model in The British Journal of Management.
In this interview AAU associate professor Pauline Stoltz sheds light on her process working on a new book "Gender, Resistance and Transnational Memories of Violent Conflicts".
Today Anita Nissen was granted the title PhD, after she defended her PhD dissertation "Europeanization of The Far Right: A Case Study of Generation Identity and Fortress Europe".
Birgitte Egeskov Jensen defended her PhD dissertation "Stemming the tide of ageing in china, the role of welfare institutions in alleviating demographic transition" and was granted the title PhD.