Advisory Board Report
On February 7th, the Advisory Board met with our ReForm members. For more than two hours, we answered questions about the Leibniz Science Campus ReForm. We are happy about the constructive questions and suggestions and of course most of all about the very positive feedback.
We thank our advisory board members Edmund Chattoe-Brown, Timothy LeCain, Mark Pearce, Roland Schwab, Marie-Louise Bech-Nosch and Ute Wardenga for their time and commitment!
The podcast “10 minutes with…” asked our guests to introduce themselves and their projects. We recorded these short podcasts together with the science blog unterIrdisch.
You can listen to the latest podcast episodes with Estrid Sørensen and Stefan Laser, Roland Hardenberg, Christian Wendt, Nicolai Grube and Stefan Möllerherm.
Our new ReForum members
We are delighted to welcome Marie Usadel, Goitom W. Tekle and Nikolas Heil as new ReForum members this spring.
A warm welcome! We look forward to working together.
Carmen Stähler was at the meeting of the Theoretical Archaeology Group in Edinburgh. You can read what Carmen experienced there in her report here.
The Leibniz Science Campus supports its members in realising small pilot projects. ReForum members and Scholars have the opportunity to apply for travel and research funding. The next application deadline is August 2023.
For more information on application requirements and the application process, please click HERE.
Summer semester 2023
This summer semester, the colloquium will take place once a month on the following dates:
- 10.05,. 16 Uhr c.t.: Timothy Raeymaekers (Universität Bologna), Zoom / Hörsaal im Haus der Archäologien
- 13.06., 16 Uhr c.t.: Peter Oakley (Royal College of Art), Hörsaal im Haus der Archäologien
- 11.07., 16 Uhr c.t.: Paweł Cembrzyński (Universität Kiel), Hörsaal im Haus der Archäologien
Students and anyone interested are cordially invited to attend. You can find more information HERE.
Ian Hodder – „Towards a more materialist New Materialism“
The lecture by Ian Hodder (Stanford University) will take place on June 22nd at 6 pm at the FernUniversität in Hagen. The lecture is part of the conference below.
„Ressource – Ereignis – Praxis. Interdisziplinäre Perspektiven auf den Neuen Materialismus“
The conference will take place from June 22-24 at the FernUniversität in Hagen. You can register by sending an email to email@example.com.
For more information on the lecture and the conference, please click HERE.
If you would like to know something about our activities in the past year, feel free to take a look at our Annual Review 2022.