Cover of the book Race by Denise McCoskey


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Book Review

Book Review: Race by D. McCoskey

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2022-02-25

This book was lurking in my shelf for quiet some time now as I never found time to read it. How unfortunate, as this book is one of the best reads I have had in the last years. In four chapters, Denise Eileen McCoskey describes the relationship of race…

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Academia

Why I use ORCID

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2022-02-18

ORCID is a so-called PID (Persistent Identifier), so basically a fixed address for researchers. ORCID stands for Open Researcher and Contributor ID and gives researchers a fixed number. Mine is 0000-0001-8973-1544 and here is why you need one too.

What is ORCID?

ORCID is a non-profit organisation that offers a unique…

Archaeology

The burial chamber of Cologne-Weiden

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2022-02-11

Although this is an older project, I never wrote anything about the burial chamber on this blog. The project happened between 2017 and 2019. It was a cooperation between the Friend’s Association of the tomb, the University of Cologne and the Technical University of Cologne.

What we have done

So the…

Happy Birthday


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Personal

One year anniversary!

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2022-02-04

More or less exactly one year ago, I started this blog out of the curiosity, if I could maintain it and force myself to write every.single.week. I did and 52 posts later (57 really, but I added some already existing posts for the launch of my site) I still…

Banner of the "West Asia in the Center" conference


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Extended deadline: West Asia in the Center

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2022-01-28

Last year in November, I announced a workshop that I am co-organising called West Asia in the Center. This workshop aims to be an inclusive discussion about the past and present in West Asia and colonialism. We extended the deadline for four more weeks and I encourage you to…

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PhD done. And now?

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2022-01-20

So a couple of weeks ago, I handed in my dissertation. I am actually done writing and now have to wait until I hear back from the commission and meet with them to defend my thesis. Naturally, I am thinking what to do after the PhD and there are…

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