A conference room full of people. Photo S. Hageneuer


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The first DiKopA workshop is done

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2024-06-14

Between the 3rd and 4th of June, our network on “Digital Competencies in Archaeology” (german abbreviation DiKopA) met in Darmstadt, Germany. We had 10 presentations, 9 pitches, and a world cafe. The network and visitors from outside convened in the lecture hall of the university library. Short story: I…

Part of the cover of the comic "Pfostenloch" by the Avant Verlag.


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Impressions from the Comic Salon Erlangen

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2024-06-07

Today I won’t talk about academia or archaeology, today I want to talk about comics. Every two years, the German city of Erlangen offers the Comic Salon. For four days the Bavarian city transforms into a cultural hub for comic lovers, cosplayers, and many more. I was there for…

A brown envelope on a grey background. Photo by Ryul Davidson on Unsplash


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New wordpress newsletter services

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2024-05-31

This week, I’ll write somewhat of a personal anouncement. As I had a lot of technical difficulties the last months with my former newsletter service, GetResponse, I decided to ditch it and move on. It took a while finding something I need, but I found something neatly integrating with…

A pile of coins from which a small plant grows to symbolize growing funds. Photo by Micheile Henderson on Unsplash


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Major Grant Application submitted

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2024-05-24

The last couple of weeks, I was very busy finishing a major grant application. So busy in fact, that I simply couldn’t write any blog entries. But yesterday, I submitted and suddenly feel very free. Although grant applications are hard to get and the probability of being successful is…

A screenshot of Flint Dibble during the Roe Rogan Experience podcast.


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Archaeology

Dibble vs. Hancock

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2024-05-03

A while ago I ranted about a then new Netflix show called Ancient Apocalypse created and moderated by Graham Hancock. Naturally, I wasn’t the only archaeologist discussing this show and many more spoke out. One of them was Flint Dibble, a scholar currently affiliated with Cardiff University, who also…

3D render of the Ashurbanipal Banquet Scene | © Sebastian Hageneuer with kind permission of The British Museum


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Academia Archaeology

Presentation about the Banquet Scene of Ashurbanipal

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2024-04-19

A couple days ago I was presenting about my project on the Banquet Scene of Ashurbanipal to an audience. As I am in the midst of the project itself, I wasn’t sure what to talk about really. I therefore just told the story how I started, what I have…

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