The newest publication of the EVO team
Michael Pleyer prepared with Stefan Hartmann the paper entitled Constructing a Protolanguage: Reconstructing Prehistoric Languages in a Usage-Based Construction Grammar Framework.
The article is published by the “Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences”: https://royalsocietypublishing.org/…/10…/rstb.2020.0200
The newest publication of the PSE team
The team composed of: Stefania Środa-Murawska, Elżbieta Grzelak-Kostulska, Leszek Dąbrowski, Jadwiga Biegańska and Paweł Smoliński published the article entitled Culture-led regeneration as a vital instrument for preserving the cultural heritage of historical parks in Poland. The text was published in the “Museology and Cultural Heritage” journal and is available at https://muzeologia.sk/index_htm_files/mkd_1_21_Murawska.pdf
Awarded by the Rector
Remember that on 30.03.2021, at 1 pm, will take place the #InventingKnowledge seminar. This time Svetlana Shnaider, PhD will lecture about her research. Here’s a link: https://vc.umk.pl/b/mic-pch-pmf.
The newest publication of the KNOW team!
Our postdoctoral fellow, Francesco Trupia, PhD published the article entitled ‘Good personhood’ in Kosovo: a Serbian perspective from below.
The text is available in the “Peacebuilding” journal: https://www.tandfonline.com/…/10…/21647259.2021.1895605
We have the European grant!
We are really proud because Magdalena Krajcarz, PhD from the PAST team (https://imsert.umk.pl/en/center/past-team/) received the European grant within Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) Individual Fellowships (IF). Magdalena will implement her research at the University of Tübingen. This achievement is truly claim to fame! Congratulations! Below some information about the project:
Title: Advanced techniques in isotopic biogeochemistry for the estimation of fossil mammal trophic position
Host: University of Tübingen; Department of Geosciences; Germany
Supervisor: Prof. Hervé Bocherens
Duration: 24 months
Total Cost: 174 806,40 €
The main goal of the project is a stay at a biogeological laboratory in Tübingen in order to improve research skills in a scope of indicators applying in ecological and paleoecological research with using advanced isotopic analyses.