The prize is awarded annually for an outstanding scholar whose research relates to Rome and/or the study of classical history, language, and culture. The award of the prize relates to William’s research in April 2016 as a Visiting Fellow at the Danish Institute in Rome where he examined twelfth-century papal writings about the visual and material culture of Rome. His work is part of the interdisciplinary project ‘Papal Communication and Authority in the Middle Ages’ based at the Department of Culture and Global Studies at Aalborg University.
Princess Margrethe Prize
On 16 April Dr William Kynan-Wilson was awarded the Princess Margrethe Research Prize.
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Johan Heinsen er årets underviser på SAMF
De studerende på Det Samfundsvidenskabelige Fakultet har valgt lektor Johan Heinsen som Årets Underviser. Johan Heinsen er ansat på Institut for Kultur og Globale Studier, hvor han underviser på historiestudiet.
Ny bog: Dannebrog
En del af serien 100 danmarkshistorier (16) og fagområdet Historie.
New research project: Women and the company: Female agency in global trading companies, 1600-1800
My project 'Women and the company: Female agency in global trading companies, 1600-1800' (funded by the Carlsberg Foundation) examines women’s integral role in early modern global capitalism, investigates the gendered nature of long-distance trade and questions existing understandings of the formation of the global economy.