Calendar

Calendar showing all events
(lectures, congresses, etc.) organized by Roots of Europe.
2008     2009     2010     2011     2012     2013     
2014     2015     2016     2017     2018     2019

  • 22 November 2019, 16:15

    Festlig Faglig Fredag (iii)

    Festlig Faglig Fredag (Festive Aacademic Friday) is a concept where you can give a talk in an informal environment, that being e.g. about a paper you wrote, an article you're working on, or as a rehearsel for a conference talk.

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  • 8 November 2019, 16:00

    Festlig Faglig Fredag (ii)

    Festlig Faglig Fredag (Festive Aacademic Friday) is a concept where you can give a talk in an informal environment, that being e.g. about a paper you wrote, an article you're working on, or as a rehearsel for a conference talk.

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  • 25 October 2019, 16:00

    Festlig Faglig Fredag (i)

    Festlig Faglig Fredag (Festive Aacademic Friday) is a concept where you can give a talk in an informal environment, that being e.g. about a paper you wrote, an article you're working on, or as a rehearsel for a conference talk.

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  • 11 October - 12 October 2019

    Indo-European Religion and Poetics

    Conference at Roots of Europe, Indoeuropean Studies.

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  • 27 February 2019,

    Wine & Science

    Wine & Science is recurring event by the Natural History Museum of Denmark. On this specific event titled ' 'Europas rødder: arkæologi, genitik, lingvistik' (Roots of Europe: archaeology, genetics and linguistic) the subject will be the prehistory of Europe.

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  • 7 August 2018,

    Roots of Europe Summer Seminar

    A new interdisciplinary course in linguistics, archaeology, anthropology and genetics.

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  • 29 June 2018, 14:00-18:30

    10th Anniversary of Roots of Europe

    The research centre Roots of Europe is happy to announce the celebration of our 10th Anniversary on Friday, 29 June 2018. This will be marked with an event at the Department for Nordic Studies and Linguistics.

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  • 13 September - 15 September 2017

    The Split: Reconstructing Early Indo-European Language and Culture

    Conference on 13–15 September 2017 at the Department of Nordic Studies and Linguistics, University of Copenhagen.

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  • 24 July - 6 August 2017

    RoE Summer School

    For the third time, the Centre for Roots of Europe will host an interdisciplinary summer school: RoE Summer School.

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  • 15 May - 17 May 2017

    Blockseminar on Tocharian

    Dr. Michaël Peyrot (Leiden University) will give a Blockseminar on Tocharian at the INSS center for Roots of Europe

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  • 7 April 2017, 15:30

    Reception at INSS in Celebration of Birgit Anette Rasmussen’s 65th Birthday

    On Friday, April 7th at 15.30 there will be a reception on the administration floor in celebration of Birgit Anette Rasmussen’s 65th birthday.

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  • 15 February - 17 February 2017

    The Indo-European Family Tree

    Within the framework of the research project The Homeland: In the footprints of the early Indo-Europeans, financed by the Carlsberg Foundation, we welcome you to the international workshop “The Indo-European family tree” presenting speakers from Copenhagen, USA (UPenn), Germany (Jena) and the Netherlands (Leiden og Utrecht).

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  • 17 May 2016, 10:00-16:30

    Kin, clan and community - a symposium on Indo-European social institutions

    As a part of our VELUX funded project, Individual, kin and family in prehistoric Europe: what words can tell, we throw a workshop entitled Kin, clan and community - a symposium on Indo-European social institutions on 17 May at the University of Copenhagen, Campus South, room 21.0.54. Everybody is welcome, also without prior registration.

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  • 7 March 2016, 14:00-16:00

    Gothic graffiti discovered on the Crimean Peninsula

    Center for Roots of Europe organizes guest lecture.

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  • 6 November 2015, 17:00-18:30

    Indo-European origins and dispersal

    The Talking Neolithic project has invited Chundra Cathcart (PhD, Berkeley) to come present a paper he coauthored about the origins and dispersal of the Indo-Europeans.

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  • 7 May - 8 May 2015

    Third Conference on Elfdalian

    The conference is arranged by the research centre Roots of Europe at the University of Copenhagen in partnership whith UiT - The Arctic University of Norway, and Kristianstad University.

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  • 16 April - 18 April 2015

    Conference: Nordic TAG 2015

    2015 marks the 30th year of Nordic TAG and the conference in Copenhagen will be the 15th in the conference series. 

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  • 12 September 2014, 01:00

    Word Exchange at the Gates of Europe: Five Millenia of Language Contact

    Adam Hyllested defends his PhD thesis.

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  • 20 June 2014, 01:00

    Archaisms and innovations - four interconnected studies on Germanic historical phonology and morphology

    Bjarne Simmelkjær Sandgaard Hansen defends his PhD thesis.

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  • 13 June 2014, 2 p.m. exactly

    Tilbage til rødderne (Back to the roots)

    Birgit Annette Rasmussen has been assigned professor mso in Indo-European Studies at the Department of Nordic Studies and Linguistics for which reason she gives an inaugural lecture.

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  • 26 February 2014, 15:15-17:00

    Interview with the dead: Reconstructing prehistoric Germanic r/n-stem inflection

    Guest lecture by Jenne Klimp, University of Groningen.

    The lecture, which will be held in English, will take place on 26 February 2014 at 15:15 at the University of Copenhagen at Amager (KUA), room 24.2.01.

    Everybody is welcome.

    Roots of Europe - Language, Culture, and Migrations

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  • 27 October 2013, 15:30-17:30

    The linguistic roots of Europe: Seminar on pre-Proto-Indoeuropean languages

    Two lectures on Sardinian and Iberian languages by prof. Eduardo Blasco Ferrer, Cagliari.

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  • 10 October 2013, 15:00-17:15

    Indo-European rules

    Mini conference with talks from Brent Vine, Joshua T. Katz, Michael Janda and Benedicte Nielsen Whitehead.

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  • 12 June - 14 June 2013

    Reconstruction in time and space

    A three-day seminar with professor Henning Andersen, UCLA.

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  • 15 May - 17 May 2013

    Indo-European heroic poetry and Slavic epics - some mutual insights

    A three-day seminar about Slavic and Indo-European etymology, mythology, and epic poetry by professor Aleksandar Loma, the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts and PhD student Orsat Ligorio, Leiden University / University of Zadar.

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  • 12 December - 14 December 2012

    Tracing the Indo-Europeans: Origin and migration

    The research centre Roots of Europe kindly invites you to a three-day seminar featuring some of the leading scholars working in the interface between Indo-European language and culture. Together they will try to find a consensus on the indentification of an Indo-European homeland and the character of the Indo-European migrations.

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  • 11 October 2012, 01:00-04:00

    Indo-European words that matter

    In 2009, we proudly proclaimed that Indo-European Matters. In 2010, we maintained that Indo-European Still Matters. Last year, in 2011, we firmly established that Indo-European Matters Even More.

    This year, in order to truly substantiate our claims of the preceding three years, we have found some Indo-European Words That Matter! These words of undoubtedly incomparable importance will be presented to the public at an afternoon conference during the fourth annual visit of the Roots of Europe international advisory board.

    Organizer: Roots of Europe

    The lectures are open to the public.

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  • 8 October - 10 October 2012

    Studies in Latin etymology and phonology

    Studies in Latin etymology and phonology - a three-day seminar by Brent Vine (University of Californis, Los Angeles)

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  • 23 May - 25 May 2012

    Celtic Spring in Copenhagen

    Three-day seminar on Celtic languages and their history with general introductions to selected Celtic languages.

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  • 12 April 2012, 14:00-16:00

    The Genetic Evidence for the Origin of Homo Sapiens

    Peter K.A. Jensen will deliver an updated version of what is known about the origin of the modern human being with emphasis on the genetic aspect (molecular anthropology), including what is known about a possible mixing of the modern gene pool with the gene pool of various archaic human types (ex. neanderthals)

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  • 10 February 2012, 15:30-16:30

    Animacy and Vedic accent in Kalashamon, an Indo-Aryan language in North-West Pakistan

    Jan Heegård Petersen opens the spring semester with a lecture on Kalashamon

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  • 15 November 2011, 16:00-18:00

    Text transmissions and language history: hidden treasures and pitfalls

    Guest lecture by associate professor and Ph.D. George Hinge on the transmission of text and oral traditions in Greek.

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  • 13 October 2011, 13:00-17:30

    Indo-European Matters Even More

    On Thursday, 13 October, Roots of Europe will be both host to and main actor in a one-day seminar entitled Indo-European Matters Even More.

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  • 28 September - 5 October 2011

    Nominal derivation: a three-day block seminar

    Associate professor Birgit Anette Rasmussen will be giving a three-day block seminar on nominal derivation for all interested.

    More information available within; please note that the block seminar will be given in Danish.

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  • 21 September - 23 September 2011

    Problems of Indo-European Phonology

    Please note schedule change!

    The phonology of Proto-Indo-European and its daughter languages is in large part well-attested and agreed-upon. However, there are still some issues that remain controversial and problematic. These issues are the focus of this seminar.

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  • 5 September 2011, 16:00-17:00

    Syllabic nasals in Mycenaean

    A guest lecture by Ph.D. associate Christina Skelton from UCLA, interning at the Centre for Textile Research at the University of Copenhagen.

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  • 24 August 2011, 11:00-13:00

    Evidence of the older Runes

    The older Runic inscriptions are the oldest direct sources to Germanic languages, but they are few and problematic.

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  • 9 June 2011, 16:00-18:00

    The path of cheese-making through European linguistic and cultural history

    Milk and dairy products have played an important role in human nourishment since ancient times. Unfortunately, our knowledge about how these products developed historically and spread geography is quite sparse, and archaeology can only occasionally furnish us with information about the development from the ancient Middle East through Greece and the Roman Empire into mediaeval Europe.

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  • 10 May 2011, 16:15-18:00

    Linguistic discoveries in Sicilian Coinage

    On Tuesday, 10 May 2011, Oliver Simkin, postdoc at the Roots of Europe project, will be giving a talk for the Linguistic Circle of Copenhagen on the linguistic clues and gems Sicilian coins from the Classical Era have to offer.

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  • 27 April - 30 April 2011

    Anatolian Spring in Copenhagen

    Wednesday 27 - Saturday 30 April:
    Seminar on Anatolian comparative linguistics and related matters with invited speakers.

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  • 10 February 2011, 14:00-16:00

    On Greek words for 'garlic' and a possible substrate between Greek and Semitic

    Ph.d. Guus Kroonen, who has just joined the projet as a postdoc fellow, will give a lecture:

    "On ἄγλις and γέλγις 'garlic' and the possibility of a linguistic substrate between Greek and Semitic"

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  • 10 November - 12 November 2010

    Baltic Languages, Folk Belief and Natural Science

    A block seminar by Dr. Bernd Gliwa, University of Latvia.

    The seminar will take place on Wednesday 10 November at 15-17 in room 23.4.39, on Thursday 11 November at 10-12 in room 21.0.54 & at 15-17 in room 27.0.09 and on Friday 12 November at 15-17 in room 27.0.09 at the University of Copenhagen in Amager (KUA) and will be given in English.

    Organizer: Roots of Europe.

    Everybody is welcome.

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  • 14 October 2010, 13:30-17:45

    Indo-European still matters

    Open mini-conference during the annual visit of the Roots of Europe international advisory board -- a follow-up on last year's "Indo-European matters". The event takes place in room 23.0.49.

    Organizer: Roots of Europe

    Everybody is welcome

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  • 11 October - 13 October 2010

    Greek and Indo-European Religion

    A block seminar by Professor Michael Janda, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster.

    The seminar will take place on Monday 11 October at 15-17 in room 23.4.39; Tuesday 12 October at 15-17 in room 23.4.39; Wednesday 13 October at 14-16 in room 21.1.21 at the University of Copenhagen in Amager (KUA) and will be given in English.

    Organizer: Roots of Europe.

    Everybody is welcome.

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  • 29 September 2010, 14:15-16:00

    Languages and Scripts of Ancient Spain: Europe before the Indo-Europeans

    Lecture by Postdoc Oliver Simkin, University of Copenhagen.

    The lecture will take place on Wednesday 29 September 2010 at 14:15 in room 23.4.39 at the University of Copenhagen in Amager (KUA) and will be given in English.

    Organizer: Roots of Europe.

    Everybody is welcome.

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  • 25 May - 27 May 2010

    Albanian in Indo-European, Albanian in the Balkans: Archaisms and Innovations.

    Block seminar by Professor Brian Joseph, Ohio State University.

    The block seminar, which will be given in English, will take place on Tuesday 25 May in room 27.0.17, Wednesday 26 May in room 23.0.49, and on Thursday 27 May 2010 in room 27.0.17, at 15-17 on all days at the University of Copenhagen in Amager.  

     

    Organizer: Roots of Europe.

    Everybody is welcome.

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  • 18 May - 20 May 2010

    Morphology and Semantics of Some Indo-European Denominal Derivational Types

    Block seminar by Professor Alan J. Nussbaum, Cornell University.

    The block seminar, which will be given in English, will take place on Tuesday 18 May at 10-12 in room 21.1.21, on Wednesday 19 May at 15-17 in room 27.0.17 and on Thursday 20 May at 15-17 in room 27.0.17.

    Organizer: Roots of Europe.

    Everybody is welcome.

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  • 22 April 2010, 15:15-17:00

    The prehistoric expansion of Indo-European languages: an archaeological model

    Guest lecture by Professor Kristian Kristiansen, University of Gothenburg. 

    Professor Kristian Kristiansen's lecture will take place on 22 April 2010 at 15:15 in room 23.4.39 at the University of Copenhagen in Amager (KUA) and will be given in Danish. 

    Organizer: Roots of Europe.

    Everybody is welcome.

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  • 24 March - 26 March 2010

    Middle Breton

    A block seminar by Anders Richardt Jørgensen, University of Copenhagen.

    This event will take place at 11-12 & 13-16 on 24 March, 13-15 on 25 March and 10-12 on 26 March 2010 at the University of Copenhagen in Amager (KUA), room 22.5.26. It will be given in Danish (English only if requested in advance).

    Organizer: Roots of Europe.

    Everybody is welcome.

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  • 4 March 2010, 14:15

    Novgorod in the early Middle-Ages - language and society

    Guest lecture by Professor Jens Nørgård-Sørensen, University of Copenhagen.

    Professor Jens Nørgård-Sørensen's lecture will take place on 4 March 2010 at 14:15 at the University of Copenhagen in Amager (KUA) in room 22.5.04 and will be given in Danish.

    Organizer: Roots of Europe.

    Everybody is welcome.

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  • 25 November - 27 November 2009

    Middle Breton

    A block seminar by Anders Richardt Jørgensen, University of Copenhagen.

    This event will take place on 25-27 November 2009 at the University of Copenhagen at Amager (KUA), room 22.5.26. It will be held in Danish (English only if requested in advance).

    Attention: The block seminar has been cancelled due to illness and will probably be postponed to the spring term 2010! 

    Organizer: Roots of Europe.

    Everybody is welcome.

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  • 9 October 2009, 14:15-17:30

    Indo-European matters

    Four papers on comparative linguistics, etymology, and mythology.

    This event will take place on 9 October 2009 at 2:15-5:30 PM at the University of Copenhagen at Amager (KUA), room 23.0.49. It will be held in English.

    Organizer: Roots of Europe.

    Everybody is welcome.

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  • 22 September - 25 September 2009

    Nominal Composition

    A block seminar by Benedicte Nielsen, University of Copenhagen.

    This event will take place on 22-25 September 2009 at the University of Copenhagen at Amager (KUA), room 22.5.26 and/or 22.5.04. First class will be Tuesday 22 September at 13-15 in room 22.5.04.

    The language will be Danish (English only if requested in advance).

    Organizer: Roots of Europe.

    Everybody is welcome.

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  • 16 September - 18 September 2009

    The roots of epic and tragedy - the oriental component in literary genres of antiquity

    A block seminar of three days and a guest lecture by Prof. Mary Bachvarova, Willamette University.

    These events will take place on 16-18 September 2009 at the University of Copenhagen at Amager (KUA) and will be held in English.

    Organizer: Roots of Europe.

    Everybody is welcome.

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  • 14 July 2009, 13:15

    Dates and dialects in the divergence of Indo-European

    Guest lecture by Dr. Paul Heggarty, McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, University of Cambridge.

    Dr. Heggarty's lecture will take place on 14 July 2009 at 13:15 at the University of Copenhagen at Amager (KUA), room 27.0.09, and will be held in English.

    Organizer: Roots of Europe.

    Everybody is welcome.

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  • 18 June 2009, 13:15

    Lexical and structural etymology of Proto-Germanic: the Semitic component

    Guest lecture by Professor Theo Vennemann, Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich. 

    Professor Vennemann's lecture will take place on 18 June 2009 at 13:15 at the University of Copenhagen at Amager (KUA), room 23.4.39, and will be held in English.

    Organizer: Roots of Europe.

    Everybody is welcome.

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  • 17 June 2009, 13:15

    Vasconic features in West Indo-European: structure and lexicon

    Guest lecture by Professor Theo Vennemann, Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich. 

    Professor Vennemann's lecture will take place on 17 June 2009 at 13:15 at the University of Copenhagen at Amager (KUA), room 23.4.39, and will be held in English.

    Organizer: Roots of Europe.

    Everybody is welcome.

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  • 14 May 2009, 16:15

    Indo-European before the Indo-Europeans? - new evidence from Mesopotamia

    Guest lecture by Professor Gordon Whittaker, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen.

    Professor Whittaker's lecture will take place on 14 May 2009 at 16:15 at the University of Copenhagen at Amager (KUA), room 23.4.39, and will be held in English. It is organized by Roots of Europe.

    Everybody is welcome.

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  • 30 April 2009, 13:15

    Why Indo-Europeanists should know more about North-East Caucasian

    Guest lecture by Professor Peter Schrijver, Departement Moderne Talen, Keltisch, Universiteit Utrecht.

    Professor Schrijver's lecture will take place on 30 April 2009 at 13:15 at the University of Copenhagen at Amager (KUA), room 27.0.17, and will be held in English. It is organized by Roots of Europe.

    Everybody is welcome.

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  • 29 April 2009, 15:15

    Why Indo-Europeanists should know more about Hattic

    Guest lecture by Professor Peter Schrijver, Departement Moderne Talen, Keltisch, Universiteit Utrecht.

    Professor Schrijver's lecture will take place on 29 April 2009 at 15:15 at the University of Copenhagen at Amager (KUA), room 23.0.49, and will be held in English. It is organized by Roots of Europe.

    Everybody is welcome.

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  • 16 April - 19 April 2009

    The sound of Indo-European - phonetics, phonemics, and morphophonemics

    An international conference in comparative linguisitics, to take place at the University of Copenhagen, 16-19 April 2009.

    Organizer: Roots of Europe

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  • 26 March 2009, 13:15

    Molecular anthropology

    Guest lecture by Peter K.A. Jensen, clinical associate professor at the Institute of Human Genetics, University of Aarhus.

    The lecture, which is held in Danish,  will take place at the University of Copenhagen at Amager (KUA), on 26 March 2009 at 1.15, room 23.0.50.

    Everybody is welcome.

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  • 6 March 2009, 16:15

    'Hunnic' modified skulls: physical appearance, identity and the transformative nature of migrations

    Guest lecture to be given by Susanne Hakenbeck, McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research/Newnham College, Cambridge.

    Dr. Hakenbeck's lecture will take place on 6 March 2009 at 4:15 PM at the University of Copenhagen at Amager (KUA), room 23.4.39, and will be held in English. It will be arranged by The Danish Society for Central Asia and Roots of Europe.

    Everybody is welcome.

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  • 25 February - 27 February 2009

    Block seminar on Gothic word formation

    A block seminar on Gothic word formation and a guest lecture on the Gothic language by Dr. Antje Casaretto, University of Cologne.

    On 25-27 February 2009

    Everybody is welcome.

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  • 3 December - 5 December 2008

    Introduction to Indo-European Mythology and Poetics

    On 3-5 December 2008, professor Peter Jackson, Universitety of Tromsø, will give a block seminar entitled Introduction to Indo-European Mythology and Poetics as well as a lecture in combination with the block seminar.

    Everybody is welcome.

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  • 20 October - 24 October 2008

    Introduction to the Lithuanian/Baltic language and its history

    In week 43, postdoc fellow, Ph.D. Jenny Helena Larsson will give a block seminar entitled Introduction to the Lithuanian/Baltic language and its history.

    Everybody is welcome.

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