There is an increasing number of studies showing that mental health issues such as depression, anxiety, and sleep disorders are prevalent among PhD researchers. In this special PhDebates session we want to create an open, bottom-up discussion guided by expert advice where these and other mental health issues can be brought to attention and considered.
Academics are frequently asked about the societal value ( valorisatie ) of their research, by colleagues and friends, but also increasingly by funding agencies.
Despite modern society being increasingly digital and computers being less the domain of tech-geeks than they were 20 years ago, archaeologists are still often using digital technology in limited ways.
Time: 10.00 – 16.00 Location: Van Steenis F006.
Time: 17.00 Location: Van Steenis canteen
In this PhDebates session, we approach the issue of resource usage and how it has been perceived and performed by past societies.
Date: Friday the 28th of November. Time: 9:15 – 16:30 Location: Van Steenis room E001
Archaeology has long been engaged with questions about mobility, in the form of movements of people (migrations; nomadism; colonization; military movements), objects (trade; exchange; burial goods) and ideas (communication; spread of religions; neolithization).