- The Danish PhD School in Archaeology ceases to exist 31 January 2010. The homepage is no longer updated.
The Danish educational structure in research training has been under transformation for some time causing national PhD-schools to gradually disappear. Instead local faculty-based programmes have emerged at the Aarhus University and at the University of Copenhagen.
In 2009 no grants will be given to foreign guest students for visits in Denmark
The following PhD-students received short grants from the School for guest visits in 2008:
- Quentin Borderie, University of Paris 1 - Sorbonne, France, will be staying at The Department of Medieval and Renaissance Archaeology, University of Aarhus (PhD-thesis: Urban space occupation between late Antiquity and early Middle Age: environmental and spatial approach of Dark Earth)
- Aikaterini Glykou, Christian Albrecht University Kiel, Germany, will be staying at Moesgaard Museum, Aarhus (PhD-thesis: Neustadt, a late Mesolithic-Ertebølle and early Neolithic-Funnel Beaker submerged site: research of the subsistence strategy of the last hunters, foragers and fishers of the Baltic coast of Northern Germany)
- Svea Mahlstedt, Christian Albrecht University Kiel, Germany, will be staying at The National Museum of Denmark, Copenhagen (PhD-thesis: The mesolithic in western Lower-Saxony, Germany. Postglacial hunter-gatherers between Scandinavia and western Europe)
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