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2016.03.29 | People

The field of media and communication continues its ascent of the QS ranking list

The subject areas within media and communication at Aarhus University have taken another leap up the international QS World University Rankings by Subject list this year.

2016.02.11 | Research, Afd. for Digital Design og Informationsvidenskab

The School of Communication and Culture appoints five new MSO professors

Five researchers at the School of Communication and Culture have been appointed to the position of MSO professor (MSO stands for "with special responsibilities" in Danish).

Photo: Lise Balsby (AU Foto)

2016.02.10 | Arts, CC

New Master's degree programme focuses on intercultural competences

In the summer of 2016 the School of Communication and Culture at the Faculty of Arts, Aarhus University is launching a new Master’s degree programme in intercultural studies. Students can specialise in five different languages.

2016.01.28 | Research, Afd. for Digital Design og Informationsvidenskab

LARGE GRANT AWARDED TO RESEARCH PROJECT ON SURVEILLANCE TECHNOLOGY

The Aarhus University Research Foundation has awarded a grant of DKK 2.65 million to a research project on the use of surveillance by families, schools and others.

2016.01.15 | Litteraturhistorie og Retorik, Litteraturhistorie

Svend Erik Larsen, Professor Emeritus of Comparative Literature, receives a prestigious Chinese visiting professorship

Sven Erik Larsen has been appointed Yangtze River Chaired Visiting Professor at the School of Literature and Journalism, Sichuan University, Chengdu from 2016 to 2019.

2015.12.04 | Research, Afd. for Digital Design og Informationsvidenskab

DKK 1.5 million for urban experiments in Aarhus

At the beginning of the year, a new major EU project was launched at a workshop where the name of the new project and the visions behind it were presented. OrganiCity is the name of the EU project, and this international research project is headed by Martin Brynskov, associate professor of information studies at Aarhus University.

Julie Bakken Jepsen, PhD student and William B. McGregor, professor in Linguistics, co-editors of the book Sign Languages of The World – A Comparative Handbook.

2015.11.09 | Bogomtaler

A new handbook on the diversity in sign languages and deaf communities

How many sign languages are there in the world? How many people use them? How are they structured? How strong are they, and what are the attitudes of the users (and others) to their languages? A team of deaf and hearing researchers from Aarhus University, Ghent University and University of Kyambogo have compiled a handbook that is designed to…

2015.10.27 | Research

Center for Child Language Moving to Aarhus

Dorthe Bleses and Anders Højen from the Center for Child Language at the University of Southern Denmark are moving to Aarhus University, where a new research programme in children’s language is being set up at TrygFonden’s Centre for Child Research.

2015.10.02 | CC

Per Stounbjerg appointed Acting Head of School

Associate professor Per Stounbjerg, dr.phil. has been appointed to the position of Acting Head of the School of Communication and Culture. He is replacing Niels Lehmann, who has been appointed Acting Vice-Dean for Education at the Faculty of Arts.

2015.09.02 | Awards, Nordisk, Vikingestudier og Oplevelsesøkonomi

Professor Stephen A. Mitchell appointed honorary doctor

Professor Stephen A. Mitchell from Harvard University has been appointed honorary doctor at Aarhus University based on his ground-breaking research in the Viking Age and medieval Scandinavia.

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