Semper Ardens forskningsprojekt | 25/09/2017
Ole Wæver & Mie Roesdahl | Human rights and peace building have often collided as seemingly incompatible agendas. This research aims to enhance the understanding of the link between human rights and peace building – conflictual and complementary.
Semper Ardens Research Project | 14/10/2016
Mads Kähler Holst | The large wetland area of Alken Enge in eastern Jutland contains the human remains of a defeated army from the early first century AD. The remains show traces of violent combat and evidence of systematic treatment of the bones of the fallen after they had lain exposed for up to a year, probably on the battlefield.
Semper Ardens Research Project | 28/09/2016
With this Semper Ardens project, I am developing a 2.6 gram data logger that, when mounted on free-flying bats, can record both the emitted, powerful calls and the weak echoes returning to the bats ears, allowing us for the first time to tap into the sensory stream of small mammals in the wild.
Semper Ardens Research Project | 16.09.16
Frans Gregersen | The project Danish Voices in the Americas (2014-2018) describes the Danish language spoken in USA and Argentina in order to illustrate how Danish had varied and what the influence from English and Spanish meant for the Danish language’s development.
Semper Ardens Research project | 14/09/2016
Per Durst-Andersen | The aim of this project is twofold. First, we study how Global English works in the globalised business world with the Carlsberg Group as an example. Secondly, by investigating how business people from Great Britain, China, Japan, Russia, and Denmark make different types of requests in English, how they understand an English text and how the associative network works when dealing with the English lexicon.
Semper Ardens Research Project | 12/09/2016
Søren Michael Sindbæk | The Northern Emporium project is a five-year programme of archaeological excavations and multidisciplinary scientific research aiming to undertake the first large-scale area-excavation in the centre of the earliest Ribe.
Semper Ardens Research Project | 09/08/2016
Rune Frederiksen | 2011-2014 Dr Rune Frederiksen – then director of the Danish Institute at Athens – was given four subsequent grants from the Carlsberg Foundation during 2011-2014 to carry out a complete excavation, study and publication of the theatre at the ancient Greek city state of Kalydon. The project was carried out as a new Danish-Greek collaborative project.
Silke Müth-Frederiksen | Studying ancient civilisation leads us to the origins of our own culture, the roots of modern democracy, the meaning of art in different contexts, and thus may influence present-day society.
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