Professor Rubina Raja gives opening lecture at Max Planck Society Distinguished Lectures in Berlin on October 22

Professor Rubina RajaProfessor Rubina Raja, director of the DNRF Center of Excellence UrbNet, on the photo seen at one of the sites of her field work, will open the series of Max Planck Society Distinguished Lectures Thursday October 22 in Berlin. The invitation to open the Distinguished Lectures in the Human Sciences is an honour which is awarded Rubina Raja by the Max Planck Society, Germany.

The Distinguished Lectures were established by the Human Sciences Section of the Germany-based Max Planck Society, one of the world’s most foremost research organizations, as a forum for resent research of outstanding quality and originality in the human sciences. The Distinguished Lecturer is chosen by a committee of the Human Science Section, which considers researchers of all nationalities working in any area of the humanities, legal studies, cognitive and neurosciences, and the social and behavioral sciences.

Rubina Raja has been invited to talk about urbanism, and the title of her lecture is Unravelling urbanism through a “High Definition Archaeology” approach. A 3D historiography of concepts of the ancient city.

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