Rune Rasmus Olsen

Rune Rasmus Olsen

Part-time lecturer, Postdoc

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    Teaching

    2014 - External lecturer, BA courses: (1) Introduction to Ancient Egypt – History and Society, (2) Egyptian History and Literature (Society 2), (3) ToRS Fællesfag – Academic Writing, Institute for Cross Cultural and Regional Studies, University of Copenhagen.

     

    2013 - External lecturer, MA course: Berlin Copenhagen Seminar (International Presentation), Institute for Cross Cultural and Regional Studies, University of Copenhagen.

     

    2013 - External lecturer, BA courses: (1) Egyptian History and Literature (Society 1/2), (2) Introduction to Ancient Egypt – History and Society, Institute for Cross Cultural and Regional Studies, University of Copenhagen.

     

    2011 - External lecturer, BA courses: (1) Ancient Egyptian Religion, (2) Ancient Egyptian History, Open University, Institute for Cross Cultural and Regional Studies, University of Copenhagen.

     

    Academic work

    2012 - Conference co-organizer: Cultural Encounters in Near Eastern History – An Interdisciplinary Conference, CIF Conference IV, May 10-12.

     

    2011 - Conference co-organizer: Literature Identity Formation – An Interdisciplinary Symposium, CIF Conference III, May 20-21.


    2010-2013 - Webmaster at the Materiality in Islam Research Initiative (MIRI), Institute for Cross Cultural and Regional Studies, University of Copenhagen.


    2010 - Conference co-organizer: Problems of Canonicity and Identity Formation in Ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia, CIF Conference II, May 26-28.


    2010-2013 - Scientific assistant at the Center for Canon and Identity Formation (CIF), Institute for Cross Cultural and Regional Studies, University of Copenhagen.

     

    Education

    2007 - Cand. mag. in Egyptology, Institute for Cross Cultural and Regional Studies, University of Copenhagen. MA-thesis: Egyptens medjayledere og deres funktioner. En undersøgelse af titlen Hry MD3yw med henblik på redegørelse for titelbærernes funktioner og ansvarsområder.
    A study based on published and unpublished hieratic documents that were contextualised in the society of New Kingdom Egypt.

     

    2004 - Bachelor in Egyptology, Institute for Cross Cultural and Regional Studies, University of Copenhagen.

    Education

    PhD

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