The ancient knowledge of indigenous peoples challenges high-tech science in a near-cosmic tale from a South African desert where the world's largest radio telescope is being built with antennae aimed at the far corners of the universe.
+ Talk: Stones and stars
What does our starry sky tell us about the world? And how can we use thousand-year-old rocks to understand the world today? Meet Director of the National Museum of Natural History and Professor of Evolutionary History Peter C. Kjærgaard in a conversation with specialist in 'rock art research' and PhD Fellow at the Department of Archaeology and Cultural Heritage Studies at Aarhus University James Andrew Dodd and astrophysicist Anja C. Andersen as we discuss 'indigenous knowledge' and science today. The conversation will be moderated by Weekendavisen journalist Kristoffer Lottrup. Presented in cooperation with IDA.
NB. This event will be in Danish.