Marie Louise Bech Nosch, professor at the SAXO-Institute - Archaeology, Ethnology, Greek & Latin, History at the University of Copenhagen
Invited and presented by DIAS Chairs Anne Marie Mai and Klaus Petersen
The Fabric of My Life
The fabric of my life. Memory, clothing and emotion in antiquity and today. From Odysseus to sustainable fashion. With examples from Archaeology and ancient texts, and informed by our recent collection of personal clothing stories from Danes and refugees, we explore together how and why clothing can be tokens of lived life and life stories.
Marie Louise Bech Nosch is a historian, specialized in ancient Greek history. She studied in France and Italy and received her Ph.D. from Universität Salzburg, Austria. Her special area of study is Aegean epigraphy and Mycenaean textile production.
Marie Louise Bech Nosch has received several distinctions for her research, including the Dronning Margrethe IIs Videnskabspris and Gad Rausings pris för framstående humanistisk forskargärning. Her current research is focussed on History of textile, Greek history, Aegean epigraphy.
The lecture takes place on 4th October from 11.15-12.15 in the DIAS Auditorium, Fioniavej 34. Everybody is welcome and no registration is needed.
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