The Graduate School for the Humanities offers one position to MA graduates in Archaeology to develop a PhD project on mortuary archaeology in the Roman provinces. The project is connected to the Rosalind Franklin Fellowship of Dr. Lidewijde de Jong. The PhD position will be part of a research program investigating funerary practices and local identity in the eastern provinces of the Roman Empire. Candidates are invited to develop a project focusing on a research question related to the main theme of the project, and should submit a research proposal in English (max. 1500 words). Preference will be given to topics related to the eastern provinces of the Roman world.
The advertisement can be found online at:
Please contact dr. Lidewijde de Jong with inquiries.
Photo report on the most special and oldest books of the university.
On Monday, November 26, UG researcher Anouk Goossens receives the Shell Award. This prize is awarded annually to three (former) physics students. Goossens receives the prize for her investigation into using the material Nb-doped SrTiO3 for imitating...
A bountiful and healthy Wadden Sea is an indispensable link in the life cycles of many migratory birds and fish. This is why the Wadden Fund and the three Wadden provinces – Groningen, Friesland and Noord-Holland – strive for the creation of such a...