Publikationer og rapporter

The Ritual Landscape of Murayghat

By Susanne Kerner The Ritual Landscape of Murayghat project includes a survey and excavation in central Jordan. The site of Murayghat has been mentioned by many early travellers and other passers-by, who describe the site and its surrounding in some detail, estimating that 150 dolmens would have existed up to the early 20th century. It […]

“Desperately in Need of an Audience” Play

By: Maen Rajab, Arab Puppet Theatre Foundation           The Arab Puppet Theatre Foundation in Lebanon developed and toured successfully with their new performance “Desperately in Need of an Audience”. The new theater project was funded by the Danish Institute in Damascus and was developed and performed by four APTF students from […]

Mount Nebo: An Archaeological Survey of the Region

Vol. I. The Palaeolithic and the Neolithic Periods By Peder Mortensen, Ingolf Thuesen and Inge Demant Mortensen During six seasons (1992-1998) an intensive survey of the Mount Nebo region was accomplished under the auspices of the Franciscan Archaeological Institute at Mount Nebo and the Danish Palestine Foundation. It was followed by a brief reconnaissance in 2008. The survey was […]

Damaskus’ Mother Theresa

Af Jane Blichfeldt Fogh: Hver uge har vi besøg af 20 udviklingshæmmede børn og unge fra foreningen Hatha Beiti, som på dansk betyder ’Dette er mit hus’. Det er en privat forening, som støtter handikappede børn og unge fra fattige områder af Damaskus. Flere er forældreløse, andre kommer fra hjem, hvor der ikke er råd […]

Damascus Theatre Lab på Det Danske Institut i Damaskus

Det Danske Institut i Damaskus har indledt et samarbejde med det uafhængige syriske teater Damascus Theatre Lab (DTL), der ledes af Dr. Ousamma Ghanam. DTL er en teatergruppe, der laver research-baseret teatertræning. Fra den 4. februar og 3 uger frem benytter DTL instituttet til en workshop om nyere britisk teater. Workshoppen er en introduktion til […]