Projects

Projects

In the list below you will find a selection of ongoing research projects at Aarhus University.
The list is split in two, listing the Danish and English research projects. On the specific project site, you will find information about purpose, focus group, published papers and other relevant information. This is not a complete list of all research projects at Aarhus University.

Current projects at Arts

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  1. Western Crimean Archaeological Project

    Stolba, V.

    International, interdisciplinary, collaborative project devoted to the study of the Late Bronze Age and the Classical through Hellenistic occupation and human-landscape interactions in the western Crimea, Ukraine; surveys and archaeological soundings in the Chernomorskoe District of Crimea; excavations at the early-Hellenistic settlement of Kelsheikh 1; Excavations at the early-Hellenistic sites of Kunan and Dzhangul, Tarkhankut peninsula, Ukraine.

    2009-04-01

  2. Walking Shadows. Reflections on the American Fantastic, etc.

    Johansen, I.

    En bog om amerikansk fantastik og groteskkunst fra Washington Irving til den postmoderne æra (ca. 500 sider). Antaget af Rodopi, Holland..

    2009-05-202012-12-15

  3. Sakta Traditions: History, Doctrine, and Practice

    Olesen, B. W.Flood, G.Einarsen, S. L.Fibiger, M. Q.Aktor, M.Bühnemann, G.Frazier, J.Freeman, J. R.Mallinson, S. W. J.Skoda, U.Hatley, S.

    International research project on Sakta traditions in South Asia. The project is done as a collaboration (Memorandum of Understanding) between the Faculty of Arts, Aarhus University, and Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies, University of Oxford. Project outputs are an international research network and a number of conferences and publications. The first conference was held in Oxford (Somerville College) on 10-11 September 2011.

    2009-05-20

  4. Creative Dissonances: Music in a Global Perspective

    Steen, A.

    The project is embedded in the Cluster of Excellence "Asia and Europe in a Global Context: Shifting Asymmetries in Cultural Flows" at Heidelberg University. It is coordinated by Prof. Dorothea Redepenning, Prof. Barbara Mittler, and Dr. Oliver Seibt (2008-2012).

    2009-06-01

  5. Education Under 3 Website and Database

    Hansen, O. H.

    Early Childhood Educatiuon and Care Website.

    2009-08-01