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Results: 21 - 40 of 46
  • 12 Apr 2016
    Ranjith Jayasena - 'City of Amsterdam, office for Monuments and Archaeology'
    Two PhD positions in Historical Archaeology

    Vacancies as part of the NWO-funded open competition project Diaspora and identity: an integrated archaeological and historical investigation into material life, ethnicity, and diet in the district of Vlooienburg, ...

  • 9 Mar 2016
    PAN project awarded for 1.862 million euro

    NWO research grant for Nico Roymans and Stijn Heeren

  • 12 Jan 2016
    Echoing Hylas, new book Mark Heerink

    Echoing Hylas. A Study in Hellenistic and Roman Metapoetics

  • 14 Oct 2015
    Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research
    Veni laureate Marlena Whiting

    NWO grant for research Gendering sacred space: female networks, patronage and ritual experience in early Christian pilgrimage.

  • 6 Oct 2015
    Hidden lives, public personae
    New book Emily Hemelrijk

    Hidden Lives, Public Personae. Women and Civic Life in the Roman West

  • 11 Aug 2015
    INSTAP award for emeritus Crouwel

    Distinguished Service to Aegean Prehistory Award.

  • 29 May 2015
    prof. I.J.F. de Jong
    Irene de Jong appointed as KNAW member

    Irene de jong, professor of Ancient Greek at the UvA, has been selected as a member of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW).

  • 5 Apr 2015
    Emily Hemelrijk
    Award: Honorary Doctorate for Emily Hemelrijk

    The Faculty Board of Arts at the University of Gothenburg has decided to appoint Prof. Emily Hemelrijk (Ancient History) to be Honorary Doctor of Philosophy.

  • 2 Apr 2015
    Emily Hemelrijk
    Honorary Doctorate awarded to Professor Emily Hemelrijk

    The Faculty Board of Arts at the University of Gothenburg has decided to appoint Prof. Emily Hemelrijk (Ancient History, UvA) to be Honorary Doctor of Philosophy.

  • 11 Feb 2015
    Liesbeth Smits - archeology
    Newly discovered human remains shed light on Batavia shipwreck

    An international research team, which includes UvA archaeologist Liesbeth Smits, has uncovered the remains of four people in a sequence of remarkable discoveries related to the famous ‘Batavia’ shipwreck, which took ...

  • 22 Jan 2015
    Emily Hemelrijk
    Award: Choice Magazine Award for Emily Hemelrijk

    Emily Hemelrijk and Greg Woolf have been awarded with the Choice Magazine Outstanding Academic Title award for their book Women and the Roman city in the Latin West (Brill 2013)

  • 21 Jan 2015
    prof. J.A.G. Groenendijk
    'Choice' award for publication Emily Hemelrijk

    Title is among only 10% named to prestigious annual 'Outstanding Academic Titles' list.

  • 11 Sep 2014
    4G and archaeology at UvA

    Direct access to archaeological maps and information by 4G internet on tablets.

  • 21 Jul 2014
    Message in connection with the Malaysia Airlines aircraft disaster

    With deep sadness and disbelief, we have learnt that UvA/AMC staff members Joep Lange and Jacqueline van Tongeren, UvA student Sascha Meijer and UvA alumnus Laurens van der Graaff were on board the Malaysia Airlines ...

  • 10 Jul 2014
    Jan Paul Crielaard
    NWO research grant for Jan Paul Crielaard

    Project The sea and land routes of southern Euboia, ca. 4000–1 BC. A case study in Mediterranean interconnectivity awarded for € 750.000,-.

  • 21 May 2014
    Kristin Kleber
    VIDI grant Kristin Kleber

    NWO grant for innovative research Paying for All the King’s Horses and All the King’s Men: A Fiscal History of the Achaemenid Empire.

  • 8 May 2014
    Exhibition 36 years of Dutch excavation in ancient Satricum

    Opening on 11 June 2014.

  • 22 Apr 2014
    Dr. J. Symonds (James)
    James Symonds, professor of Historical Archaeology (North of the Alps)

    Prof. J. Symonds (1962) has been appointed professor of Historical Archaeology (North of the Alps) at the University of Amsterdam's (UvA) Faculty of Humanities.

  • 11 Mar 2014
    prof. M. Gnade
    Italian award ‘Frumento d’oro’ for Marijke Gnade

    On 14 March Marijke Gnade, professor by special appointment in the Archaeology of Pre-Roman Cultures in Central Italy, will receive the ‘Frumento d’oro 2014.’ This award is assigned to women who have initiated ...

  • 19 Sep 2013
    Newly published: Hatra

    Hatra is the richest archaeological site in the Parthian Empire known to date and has great potential for a better understanding of this enigmatic empire and its relationship with Rome.