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  • Continued funding for CCHS

    [18 Mar 2019] Continued funding for the six research centres within the UGOT Challenge initiative.

  • CCHS showcase week at UCL

    [11 Mar 2019] CCHS showcase week at UCL

  • Interdisciplinary collaborations lead to new unexpected research results

    [1 Mar 2019] The collaboration between archaeologists and geneticists has recently shed light upon the spread of the plague during the early Stone Age. Among other things, the newspaper Curie highlights the archaeologists Karl-Göran Sjögren and Kristian Kristiansen, associate professor and senior professor at the Department of Historical Studies, whose interdisciplinary collaboration has led to the new knowledge.

  • New exhibition highlights our relationships with things

    [1 Feb 2019] Can our relation to things be considered romantic relationships? Which things do we cherish and what gets thrown away? An upcoming exhibition at the Museum of World Culture explores these questions, as part of the exhibition is based on the research project Re:heritage.

  • Exhibition: Moving Objects

    [29 Jan 2019] The exhibition Moving Objects: Stories of Displacement to be launched at the Octagon, UCL.

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