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28/01/2019

Today, in our Biweekly Colloquium, our guest Tim Kerig talks about "Labour, productivity, and fertility - and how they help to explain the evolution of Neolithic and early urban lifeways". Today, January 28, 4:15 p.m. - Leibnizstr. 1, room 204

Today, in our Biweekly Colloquium, our guest Wolfram Schier (Free University of Berlin) talks about "Textile Revolution?...
14/01/2019

Today, in our Biweekly Colloquium, our guest Wolfram Schier (Free University of Berlin) talks about "Textile Revolution? New insights into the origin and spread of wool production between SW Asia and Central Europe". Today, January 14, 4:15 p.m. - Leibnizstr. 1, room 204

Today, in our Biweekly Colloquium, our guest Renate Ebersbach (University of Basel) talks about "Quantitative approaches...
17/12/2018

Today, in our Biweekly Colloquium, our guest Renate Ebersbach (University of Basel) talks about "Quantitative approaches to understand the importance of cattle in neolithic societies". Today, December 17, 4:15 p.m. - Leibnizstr. 1, room 204

Today, in our Biweekly Colloquium, our guest Martin Bartelheim (University of Tübingen) talks about "ResourceCultures - ...
03/12/2018

Today, in our Biweekly Colloquium, our guest Martin Bartelheim (University of Tübingen) talks about "ResourceCultures - Driving forces behind economies and societies. Perspectives from Chalcolithic and Broze Age Southern Spain". Today, December 3, 4:15 p.m. - Leibnizstr. 1, room 204

Call for paper: Just a few days left.On November 30, 2018 the deadline for submitting papers to our 6th International Op...
27/11/2018

Call for paper: Just a few days left.
On November 30, 2018 the deadline for submitting papers to our 6th International Open Workshop "Socio-Environmental Dynamics over the Last 15,000 Years: The Creation of Landscapes VI" ends. Please submit soon if you like to participate.

Today, in our Biweekly Colloquium Thomas Stöllner (Ruhr University Bochum) talks about "Early Metal Ages' Mining and Raw...
19/11/2018

Today, in our Biweekly Colloquium Thomas Stöllner (Ruhr University Bochum) talks about "Early Metal Ages' Mining and Raw Material Procurement: From Economic Strategies to Societal Impacts". Today, November 19, 4:15 p.m. - Leibnizstr. 1, room 204

The deadline for submitting abstracts to our International Open Workshop "Socio-Environmental Dynamics over the Last 15,...
14/11/2018

The deadline for submitting abstracts to our International Open Workshop "Socio-Environmental Dynamics over the Last 15,000 Years: The Creation of Landscapes VI" was extended until November 30, 2018.
Our Workshop is taking place on March 11-16, 2019 at Kiel University. For more information see: http://www.workshop-gshdl.uni-kiel.de/
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Call for paper ending soon.For the 6th time we invite senior and junior researchers to our International Open Workshop "...
09/11/2018

Call for paper ending soon.
For the 6th time we invite senior and junior researchers to our International Open Workshop "Socio-Environmental Dynamics over the Last 15,000 Years: The Creation of Landscapes VI" taking place on March 11 - 16, 2019 at Kiel University.
Abstract submitting deadline: November 15, 2018
For more information see: http://www.workshop-gshdl.uni-kiel.de/

Today, in the Biweekly Colloquium, our guest Catalin Lazar (University of Bucharest, Romania) is talking about "The huma...
05/11/2018

Today, in the Biweekly Colloquium, our guest Catalin Lazar (University of Bucharest, Romania) is talking about "The human impact, multiple land-use, and exploitation of the environment in the 5th millennium BC. Sultana-Malu Rosu, a case study". Today, November 5, 4:15 p.m. - Leibnizstr. 1, Room 204

Today, the Biweekly Colloquium starts for this winter term. Our guest Estelle Herrscher (Aix Marseille UNiversity, Franc...
22/10/2018

Today, the Biweekly Colloquium starts for this winter term. Our guest Estelle Herrscher (Aix Marseille UNiversity, France), is talking about "Millet cultivation: isotopic and archaeobotanical investigations in Southern Caucasus". Today, October 22nd, 4:15 p.m. - Leibnizstr. 1, Room 204

Last Biweekly Colloquium for this summer term - our guest is Doris Mischka (University of Erlangen-Nürnberg), talking ab...
09/07/2018

Last Biweekly Colloquium for this summer term - our guest is Doris Mischka (University of Erlangen-Nürnberg), talking about "Landscape Archaeology of Late Neolithic and Early Copper Age in Moldova, Romania". Today, July 9th, 4:15 p.m. - Leibnizstr. 1, Room 204.

Today (June 25, 4:15 p.m.), in our Biweekly Colloquium: Vincent Guichard, General Director of Bibracte EPCC, talks about...
25/06/2018

Today (June 25, 4:15 p.m.), in our Biweekly Colloquium: Vincent Guichard, General Director of Bibracte EPCC, talks about "The oppida of the Celtic domain, witnesses of a society in transition".
Venue: Leibnizstr. 1, Room 204 - abstract attached.

Today (June 11, 4:15 p.m.), in our Biweekly Colloquium: Joseph Maran from the University of Heidelberg talks about "Step...
11/06/2018

Today (June 11, 4:15 p.m.), in our Biweekly Colloquium: Joseph Maran from the University of Heidelberg talks about "Stepping out of The Shadow of Mycenae: The Remarkable Case of Late 13th and 12th cent. BCE Tiryns (Argolid, Greece)".
Venue: Leibnizstr. 1, Room 204 - abstract attached.

04/06/2018

Today (June 4, 4:15 p.m.), in our Biweekly Colloquium: Emily Hammer from the University of Pennsylvania talks about "Digital Approaches to Historical Landscapes of the Ancient Near East".
Venue: Leibnizstr. 1, Room 204

Today (May 28, 4:15 p.m.), in our Biweekly Colloquium: Leonarco García Sanjuán from the University of Seville talks abou...
28/05/2018

Today (May 28, 4:15 p.m.), in our Biweekly Colloquium: Leonarco García Sanjuán from the University of Seville talks about "Lineages, Labour and Exotica: Discussing Elites within Southern Iberian Copper Age Societies (c. 3200-2200 cal BC)".
Venue: Leibnizstr. 1, Room 204 - abstract attached.

Today (April 23, 4:15 p.m.), Biweekly Colloquium starts for summer term 2018: our guest Miroslav Marić from the Universi...
23/04/2018

Today (April 23, 4:15 p.m.), Biweekly Colloquium starts for summer term 2018: our guest Miroslav Marić from the University of Belgrade talks about "Encircled in water, living in water rich environment of the Serbian Banat during the late Neolithic period".
Venue: Leibnizstr. 1, Room 204 - abstract attached.

Get the latest GSHDL update with our newsletter: Who's new in the executive board? Where do our guest researchers come f...
26/02/2018

Get the latest GSHDL update with our newsletter: Who's new in the executive board? Where do our guest researchers come from? What do the alumni do after their PhD? And who got funding for new projects recently? Find out in the attachment or at www.gshdl.uni-kiel.de/newsletter/

Last Biweekly Colloquium for this winter term - our guest is Rhiannon Stevens (UCL), talking about "UpNorth: Exploring t...
05/02/2018

Last Biweekly Colloquium for this winter term - our guest is Rhiannon Stevens (UCL), talking about "UpNorth: Exploring the Environmental Context of the Late-glacial Recolonisation of Northern Europe". Today, February 5th, 4:15 p.m. - Leibnizstr. 1, Room 204.

In a crumbling Roman Empire, bishop Sidonius Apollinaris vigorously tried to keep the Visigoths out of Clermont for year...
30/01/2018
Unizeit | Nachrichten aus der Universität Kiel

In a crumbling Roman Empire, bishop Sidonius Apollinaris vigorously tried to keep the Visigoths out of Clermont for years - to no avail. He described his view on the 'barbarian intruders' in letters which were handed down to our time. Ancient historian and GSHDL member Veronika Egetenmeyr analyzes Sidonius' texts for her PhD thesis. Read more in the latest 'unizeit': www.uni-kiel.de/unizeit/index.php?bid=930502

Are they unique? Are they ordinary? Our guest PhD from Chisinau, Stanislav Terna, gives a talk in the Archaeological Col...
29/01/2018

Are they unique? Are they ordinary? Our guest PhD from Chisinau, Stanislav Terna, gives a talk in the Archaeological Colloquium of the Institute for Pre- and Protohistory today (January 29) at 6:30 p.m. - title: "Social Aspects of Tripyllia Figurines - Out of the ordinary? The anthropomorphic figurines of the Cucuteni-Tripolye culture in the North-West Black Sea region and their social background".
Venue: Johanna-Mestorf-Hörsaal, Johanna-Mestorf-Straße 2– 6 (Eingang 4, Erdgeschoss, R. 28),

Today (January 22, 4:15 p.m.) in our Biweekly Colloquium: Patrick Sakdapolrak from the University of Vienna talks about ...
22/01/2018

Today (January 22, 4:15 p.m.) in our Biweekly Colloquium: Patrick Sakdapolrak from the University of Vienna talks about "Resilience through translocality. Climate change, migration and social resilience in Thailand".
Venue: Leibnizstr. 1, Room 204 - abstract attached.

Happy New Year!Already got the 2018 GSHDL calendar? If not, just let us know via office[at]gshdl.uni-kiel.de and we'll s...
05/01/2018

Happy New Year!
Already got the 2018 GSHDL calendar? If not, just let us know via office[at]gshdl.uni-kiel.de and we'll send you one!

The office team wishes all members, partners and friends of the Graduate School Human Development in Landscapes Merry Ch...
21/12/2017

The office team wishes all members, partners and friends of the Graduate School Human Development in Landscapes Merry Christmas, relaxed holidays and a good start into the New Year!

When people increased their consumption of carbohydrates and animal proteins some 7.000 years ago, that might have influ...
18/12/2017
Gute Gene - Langes Leben? — Deutsch

When people increased their consumption of carbohydrates and animal proteins some 7.000 years ago, that might have influenced their genetic preconditions for longevity. A research team around GSHDL members Almut Nebel and Ben Krause-Kyora has recently published their latest results about the FOXO3 "longevity gene" in Nature Communications.

12.12.2017

From cultural heritage to a high-speed train: broad range of topics in the latest GSHDL newsletter. Also, you can read a...
04/12/2017

From cultural heritage to a high-speed train: broad range of topics in the latest GSHDL newsletter. Also, you can read about alumna Bettina Schulz Paulsson's career path after her PhD and find out where those colleagues who recently left the GS have gone. /www.gshdl.uni-kiel.de/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/GSHDL_Newsletter_4-17.pdf

Biweekly Colloquium today, November 27, at 4:15 p.m. with Sofija Stefanović (University of Novi Sad) and insights into t...
27/11/2017
www.gshdl.uni-kiel.de

Biweekly Colloquium today, November 27, at 4:15 p.m. with Sofija Stefanović (University of Novi Sad) and insights into the ERC BIRTH project, which investigates the biological and cultural mechanisms that affected fertility and led to a major demographic shift in human evolution, known as the Neolithic Demographic Transition.
Venue: Leibnizstraße 1, Room 204 - Abstract: www.gshdl.uni-kiel.de/download/calendar/biweekly_stefanovic.pdf

Once a year, Schleswig-Holstein's archaeological community comes together at the "Day of Archaeology" to listen to talks...
03/11/2017
Tag der Archäologie

Once a year, Schleswig-Holstein's archaeological community comes together at the "Day of Archaeology" to listen to talks (e.g. by GS alumni Stefanie Klooss and Daniel Zwick), discuss new insights, to network - and to see who gets the Golden Shovel. Tomorrow, November 4, from 9:00 a.m. - A. P. Møller-Skolen, Fjordallee 1, 24837 Schleswig.

The joint GSHDL/CRC lecture series of Biweekly Colloquia starts today with the first talk of the winter term 2017/18: Ro...
30/10/2017
www.gshdl.uni-kiel.de

The joint GSHDL/CRC lecture series of Biweekly Colloquia starts today with the first talk of the winter term 2017/18: Robert N Spengler, MPI Jena - The Spread of Crops across central Asia. 4:15 p.m., Leibnizstr. 1, Room 204.
Abstract:http://www.gshdl.uni-kiel.de/download/calendar/1_biweekly_spengler.pdf

Public outreach: The Graduate School's Botanical Platform participates in the "Stone Age live" event at Arche Warder on ...
02/10/2017
Steinzeit Live - Arche Warder

Public outreach: The Graduate School's Botanical Platform participates in the "Stone Age live" event at Arche Warder on Sunday, October 8th.

Der Herbst ist in der Steinzeitsiedlung angekommen! Die Kultur und Lebenswelt der ersten Bauern in Norddeutschland vor über 5.000 Jahren wird im Steinzeitdorf mit vielen spannenden Mitmachaktionen nachgestellt. Erleben Sie mit wie sich die ersten Bauern auf den Winter vorbereitet haben!

GSHDL alumna Natalia Toma-Kansteiner has been awarded the Philippika-Preis for her dissertation “Marble and the Monument...
18/09/2017
Philippika-Preis verliehen

GSHDL alumna Natalia Toma-Kansteiner has been awarded the Philippika-Preis for her dissertation “Marble and the Monumentalisation of the Urban Landscape of the Roman Cities”. Congratulations!

(v.l.n.r.) Vizepräsident Prof. Dr. Martin Przybilski, Prof. Dr. Torsten Mattern, die Preisträgerin Natalia Toma-Kansteiner und die Leiterin des Harrassowitz-Verlages Dr. Barbara Kraus. Foto: Sheila Dolman, Universität Trier

Nice article about the research of our alumnus and scientific member Hermann Gorbahn in Peru, published in yesterday's "...
14/08/2017
Archäologie: Wie die Süßkartoffel die Weltgeschichte veränderte - WELT

Nice article about the research of our alumnus and scientific member Hermann Gorbahn in Peru, published in yesterday's "Welt am Sonntag":
https://www.welt.de/geschichte/article167649274/Wie-die-Suesskartoffel-die-Weltgeschichte-veraenderte.html

Der Übergang zum Ackerbau fand in Südamerika offenbar schon vor 5800 Jahren statt. Das zeigen neue Grabungen in Peru. Die Süßkartoffel spielte eine wichtige Rolle, denn sie hat eine entscheidende Eigenschaft.

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