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Social and Cultural Anthropologist Prof. Mamadou Diawara Now a Fellow of the British Academy

- , August 2nd, 2022


In recognition of his accomplishments in the humanities and the social sciences, Mamadou Diawara has been elected a Fellow of the British Academy. Diawara is Professor for Social…


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Backing for Korean Studies at Goethe University

Redaktion , July 30th, 2021


Korean Studies at Goethe University is one of what are known as “rare disciplines” (subjects with a small number of professors taught in only a few locations), so…


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DFG Research Training Group “Configurations of film“ at Goethe University can continue its work

Jennifer Hohensteiner , May 12th, 2021


What happens when film leaves the cinema and becomes available everywhere – out and about on mobile devices, or in the living room at home? The Graduiertenkolleg (Research…


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3500 year-old honeypot: oldest direct evidence for honey collecting in Africa

Jennifer Hohensteiner , April 15th, 2021


Before sugar cane and sugar beets conquered the world, honey was the worldwide most important natural product for sweetening. Archaeologists at Goethe University in cooperation with chemists at…


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Understanding skilled labour migration in East Asia

Jennifer Hohensteiner , February 1st, 2021


The economies of China and Singapore are among the most dynamic migration regions in the world. But Japan and Korea also rely on the immigration of skilled workers….


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Just like us – Neanderthal children grew and were weaned similar to us

Redaktion , November 2nd, 2020


Neanderthals behaved not so differently from us in raising their children, whose pace of growth was similar to Homo sapiens. Thanks to the combination of geochemical and histological…


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Archeology: New dating of Nebra sky disk

Redaktion , September 3rd, 2020


Until now the Nebra sky disk was deemed to be from the Early Bronze Age and therefore the world’s oldest depiction of the cosmos. Archaeologists from Goethe University…


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Archaeologists at Goethe University conclude project in Stockstadt am Main

Redaktion , December 9th, 2019


In an extensive project, archaeologists at Goethe University processed and digitally recorded Roman artefacts from Stockstadt am Main (Bavaria). The work lays the groundwork for future research and…


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Frankfurt archaeologists investigate “Lost Cities” in Oman

Redaktion , November 29th, 2019


Early career researcher Stephanie Döpper awarded funding by Gerda Henkel Foundation to study abandoned mud-brick settlements in Oman Goethe University is sending researchers to Oman: As the Gerda…


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Film images of war ruins / A new project at Goethe University

Redaktion , May 20th, 2019


How did post-war non-fiction films – newsreels and documentaries – represent wartime deconstruction and reconstruction efforts? How did these films trigger public debate and influence the formation of…


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Archaeology / What happened 4,000 years ago in the Urals?

Jennifer Hohensteiner , January 17th, 2019


Archaeologists from Goethe University will be returning to the Urals for further research work. In collaboration with researchers from Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz and Russian colleagues, they …


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Nok research project enters final phase

Redaktion , January 3rd, 2018


Goethe University Frankfurt can continue its study of the Nok Culture. The German Research Foundation has recently approved the funding application submitted by Professor Peter Breunig, Professor of…


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