The prize is awarded annually for an outstanding scholar whose research relates to Rome and/or the study of classical history, language, and culture. The award of the prize relates to William’s research in April 2016 as a Visiting Fellow at the Danish Institute in Rome where he examined twelfth-century papal writings about the visual and material culture of Rome. His work is part of the interdisciplinary project ‘Papal Communication and Authority in the Middle Ages’ based at the Department of Culture and Global Studies at Aalborg University.
Princess Margrethe Prize
On 16 April Dr William Kynan-Wilson was awarded the Princess Margrethe Research Prize.
Last modified: 16.04.2017
New book: Cassius Dio: The Impact of Violence, War, and Civil War
'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.
New postdoc: Anette Larner
As of 15 February 2019, Cultural Encounters in Pre-modern Societies (CEPS) has a new postdoc!
Ny bog: Dannebrog 1219
Torben Kjersgaard Nielsen, lektor i middelalderhistorie ved Aalborg Universitet, hejser flaget og fortæller om myten og om brug af Dannebrog siden dengang, himlen åbnede sig.
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International honour for AAU historian: Winner of the 2017 Choice Outstanding Academic Title Award
Carsten Hjort Lange and his Danish and international colleagues' conference volume "Cassius Dio: Greek Intellectual and Roman Politician" (Brill’s "Historiography of Rome and Its Empire" series), co-edited with Jesper M. Madsen, SDU, has just been named one of 2017's outstanding academic titles by the world’s largest and oldest library organization, the American Library Association.
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