Public PhD Defense: Early Iron Age Tablet Weaving from Denmark

Date
07.11.2014
Time
13:00
Address
Medicinsk Museions auditorium
Medicinsk Museion
Bredgade 62
1260 København K

PhD student Lise Ræder Knudsen defends her PhD dissertation "Early Iron Age Tablet Weaving from Denmark" on 7 November 2014, 1:00 PM. The defense will be held in Danish.

Assessment Committee

  • Elizabeth Peacock, professor, PhD, Institutionen för Kulturvård, University of Göteborg
  • Eva Andersson Strand, associate professor, PhD,The Danish National Research Foundation’s Center for Textile Research, SAXO Institute, University of Copenhagen
  • Jane Richter, associate professor, PhD, The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation (KADK), School of Conservation

Tutors during the PhD study

  • Mikkel Sørensen, associate professor, PhD,Saxo-institute, University of Copenhagen
  • Ulla Lund Hansen, prof. em., dr., Saxo-institute, University of Copenhagen
  • Ulla Mannering, senior researcher, PhD, Danish National Museum
  • René Larsen, associate professor, PhD, KADK, School of Conservation
  • Beate Knuth Federspiel, associate professor, conservator, KADK, School of Conservation

Head of the Defense

Jane Richter, associate professor, PhD, KADK, School of Conservation

 

The dissertation is available for review at:
The Library KViC
Amaliegade 38, 1256 København K

https://kadk.dk/en/biblioteket/library-amaliegade-kvic

 

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