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AIAS Seminar: Introduction Research Presentations

7 new AIAS Fellows give a 10-minute presentation each on their research topics

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Wednesday 28 October 2020,  at 14:15 - 15:40


Virtual (and possibly the AIAS Auditorium)


The new AIAS Fellows Autumn 2020. Photo credit: Ida Marie Jensen

The seminar is streamed via Zoom. Join URL: 
https://aarhusuniversity.zoom.us/j/66296466122 to attend virtually. 

AIAS Meet the New Fellows Seminar: Introduction Research Presentations

The purpose of the biannual Introduction Research Presentations event is to maximise and support Fellows' academic integration at AIAS - a chance for all the new fellows to present themselves, their field of work and their research question to each other, to the rest of the fellows and to other people in the audience.  


14:15 - 14:20: Introduction by Director of AIAS Søren Rud Keiding 

14:21 - 14:31: Jihan Zakarriya: Gender and environmental violence in Arabic literature and culture: an ecocritical study.

14:32 - 14:42: Sebastijan Ricko: New Reaction Concepts in Organocatalysis.

14:43 - 14:53: Iza Romanowska: Reconstructing ancient demographics through archaeological-historical data integration and computer simulation: the cases of the Dutch Roman Limes and Roman Palmyra.

14:54 - 15:04: Mark Johnson: From dinner to winner: How individual foraging performance determines success in marine megafauna.

15:05 - 15:15: Karen Gram-Skjoldager: When International Organizations Improvise. Institutional Responses to International Crises, 1945-2020.

15:16 - 15:26: Thomas Leppard: Interpersonal Violence and Early State Formation.

15:27 - 15:37: Sylvie Tesson: Dispersal and ice nucleation activity in airborne microalgae – their impact on atmospheric processes.