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Dr. Natasha Kimmet | 05/30/2020 | 383 Views | Articles

Art History and Curatorial Workshop in Japan

December 1-14, 2019 | Report written by Prof. em. Dr. Deborah Klimburg-Salter and Dr. Natasha Kimmet

The Kabul Museum Project “Art History and Curatorial Workshop in Japan” held in December 2019 was an intensive two-week capacity building program aimed at strengthening the skills, expertise, and…

Art History and Curatorial Workshop in Japan

The halls of the Kabul Museum devastated by the war. (Photo courtesy of O. K. Masoudi)

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Jana Frey | 03/20/2020 | 478 Views | Documentation

Construction of a primary school in Tzasar, India

Research Expedition to the Zanskar region

Many government schools in Zanskar, a region part of the Kargil District in the province Ladakh, India and formerly part of the Indian State Jammu and Kashmir, face the problem that while they are…

Construction of a primary school in Tzasar, India
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Jana Frey | 01/02/2020 | 507 Views | Interviews

Caroline Marie Q. Lising | "Developing a System for Cultural Heritage Management Applications for Prehistoric Sites and Materials of Cagayan Valley, Luzon Island, Philippines"

Lisa Maskell Fellowships in Southeast Asia

In 2014, the Gerda Henkel Foundation initiated a scholarship programme supporting young humanities scholars from Africa and Southeast Asia in honour of the foundation's founder, Lisa Maskell. It is…

Caroline Marie Q. Lising | "Developing a System for Cultural Heritage Management Applications for Prehistoric Sites and Materials of Cagayan Valley, Luzon Island, Philippines"
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Jana Frey | 11/21/2019 | 392 Views | Interviews

Kristine Kate Lim | "Exploring Archaeological Seascape Conditions. Anthropogenic Impacts and Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment of Maritime and Underwater Archaeological Sites in Western and Eastern Philippines"

Lisa Maskell Fellowships in Southeast Asia

In 2014, the Gerda Henkel Foundation initiated a scholarship programme supporting young humanities scholars from Africa and Southeast Asia in honour of the foundation's founder, Lisa Maskell. It is…

Kristine Kate Lim | "Exploring Archaeological Seascape Conditions. Anthropogenic Impacts and Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment of Maritime and Underwater Archaeological Sites in Western and Eastern Philippines"
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Bettina Elsper | 03/21/2019 | 647 Views | Interviews

"Ahmadiyyah School ... a unique extant example of its kind from the period of the Ottoman Empire"

Interview with Ahmad Masri, Stewards of Cultural Heritage - Scholarship Program for Syrian Experts in Turkey

In response to the massive destruction of the Syrian Cultural Heritage, with the overall aim of safeguarding this heritage and as a part of the "Zero Hour - A future for the post-crisis period"…

"Ahmadiyyah School ... a unique extant example of its kind from the period of the Ottoman Empire"
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Bettina Elsper | 01/24/2019 | 1421 Views | Interviews

"I managed to fulfill my dream in documenting the heritage of the Syrian Badia"

Interview with Hasan Ali, Stewards of Cultural Heritage - Scholarship Program for Syrian Experts in Turkey

In response to the massive destruction of the Syrian Cultural Heritage, with the overall aim of safeguarding this heritage and as a part of the "Zero Hour - A future for the post-crisis period"…

"I managed to fulfill my dream in documenting the heritage of the Syrian Badia"
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Dr. Florence Gaignerot-Driessen | 02/09/2017 | 760 Views | Announcements

De l'occupation postpalatiatale à la cité-Etat grecque: le cas du Mirambello (Crète)

by Florence Gaignerot-Driessen, Aegaeum (Annales d'archéologie égéenne de l'Université de Liège et UT-PASP), 40​, Peeters: Leuven-Liège​ (2016). ISBN: 978-90-429-3434-4. 509 p.

This regional study considers the transitional period between the collapse of the Palace of Knossos (end of 14th c. B.C.) and the birth of the Greek city-state (mid 7th c. B.C.) around the…

De l'occupation postpalatiatale à la cité-Etat grecque: le cas du Mirambello (Crète)
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Dr. Ursula Brosseder | 01/26/2017 | 4918 Views | Announcements

Monuments and Pastoral Regimes - Archaeology of Inner Asia from the Eneolithic to the Early Iron Age

International conference, LVR-LandesMuseum Bonn, March 2-4, 2017

The archaeology of the Bronze and Early Iron Age of Mongolia has developed rapidly over the recent years. No other period of Mongolian history is currently producing more new material, data and…

Monuments and Pastoral Regimes - Archaeology of Inner Asia from the Eneolithic to the Early Iron Age
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Dr. Piraye Hacıgüzeller | 12/14/2014 | 2699 Views | Announcements

Archaeology and the Map

Critique and Practice | University of Leicester, May 23rd 2015

From the very beginning of archaeological practice, maps (and plans) have been one of the discipline’s most fundamental tools. The number, variety and prominence of maps in archaeology have been…

Archaeology and the Map
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Dr. Ursula Brosseder | 01/27/2012 | 1725 Views | Events

International Conference
The Complexity of Interaction along the Eurasian Steppe Zone in the First Millennium AD.

02/09/2012 – 02/11/2012 | Bonn, LVR-LandesMuseum

This international and interdisciplinary symposium sponsored by the Gerda Henkel Stiftung brings together leading scholars to discuss different forms of interaction between steppe polities and…

International Conference
The Complexity of Interaction along the Eurasian Steppe Zone in the First Millennium AD.