To gain an understanding of human development, one needs to detail the interactions between mankind and both its physical and perceived environment. Graduate training and research already emphasizes interdisciplinary research involving both Arts and Humanities and Natural Sciences on this topic at Christian-Albrechts-Universität (CAU). This is exemplified by numerous graduate projects in Natural Sciences that have been, and are, tackling archaeological problems, while, at the same time, cultural studies and archaeology provide important clues and directions for scientific analysis.


DAI travel grant for GSHDL alumna

Graduate School alumna Julia Menne has been awarded a travel grant (Reisestipendium) by the German Archaeological Institute (DAI).

Bell Beaker research community gathered in Kiel

From May 17–21, the Graduate School ‘Human Development in Landscapes’ and the Collaborative Research Centre ‘Scales of Transformation’ at Kiel University jointly organised this year’s Archéologie et Gobelets workshop.

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