From Bornhöved to Moldova: The fieldwork organized by Graduate School members this summer covers a broad geographical expanse.
Graduate School alumna Julia Menne has been awarded a travel grant (Reisestipendium) by the German Archaeological Institute (DAI).
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.
When Kiel University (CAU) opened its ship-resembling booth at the world’s biggest industry fair – the Hannover Messe (from April 24–28, 2017) – the Graduate School Human Development in Landscapes was on board to present the university’s research focus “Societal, Environmental, and Cultural Change” (SECC).
The Graduate School participates in the presentation of Kiel University at Hanover Fair with several exhibition items and events.
The Graduate School’s International Open Workshop “Socio-Environmental Dynamics over the Last 12,000 Years: The Creation of Landscapes V” attracted more participants than ever before.
The Dutch prehistorian and theologian Dr. Annet Nieuwhof was honoured on 20 March, 2017 with the Kiel Johanna Mestorf Award for her outstanding PhD thesis in the fields of human-environmental research and landscape archaeology.