02.04.2017

13 June: Inaugural Lecture by Monika Frass and Wolfgang Wohlmayr

Monika Frass, Professorial Chair for Ancient History and Antiquities, "Kauf- und Konsumverhalten im Alltagsleben der Antike"; and Wohlmayr Wolfgang, Professorial Chair for Classical Archeology, "Archäologie – Wandel einer Disziplin", Date: Tuesday, 13 June, 2017. Time: 18:30. Place: Hörsaal 381 (RU42UG1. 0021), Haus der Gesellschaftswissenschaften, Rudolfskai 42.

Begrüßung
Ao.Univ.-Prof.Dr. Martin Weichbold
Dekan der Kultur- und Gesellschaftswissenschaftlichen Fakultät

Einleitung
Univ.-Prof. Dr. Dorothea Weber
Fachbereichsleiterin FB Altertumswissenschaften

Monika Frass
Professur für Alte Geschichte und Altertumskunde
Kauf- und Konsumverhalten im Alltagsleben der Antike

Wohlmayr Wolfgang
Professur für Klassische Archäologie
Archäologie – Wandel einer Disziplin

Im Anschluss bitten wir zum Buffet.

Um Anmeldung bis 26.Mai 2017 wird gebeten.(KGW-Fakultaetsbuero(at)sbg.ac.at; 0662-8044 DW 4000 bzw. 4007)

Dienstag, 13. Juni 2017, 18.30 Uhr, Alte Residenz, Residenzplatz 1, Abguss-Sammlung Archäologie (SR E.33)

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