Research Alliances

The KNIR Research Alliances are our longer collaborations with larger research projects that work on subjects that are in line with the core themes of the research at the KNIR, and that are beneficial to both parties. The precise nature of the co-organized activities is flexible: it can range from working together on research, developing courses, devising internship programs, and organizing workshops and conferences. In principle, KNIR research alliances last for several years, usually until the end of the partner project. 

Constructing the Limes. Employing Citizen Science to Understand Borders and Border Systems from the Roman Period until Today

The Impact of Roman Imperialism in the West

CURE. Cultures of Resilience

BRASILIAE. Indigenous Knowledge in the Making of Science: Historia Naturalis Brasiliae