5 maj kl 13:00 – 17:00
Intermedia Ulysses-A Half-Day Symposium
A revolution in the novel, James Joyce’s (1922) continues to provoke and inspire readers almost a hundred years after its publication. In this half-day symposium, four Modernism specialists will explore the particular importance of media and mediation for arguably the most influential literary work of the twentieth century.
9 maj kl 11:45 – 13:00
Mamman och minnet - män skriver om sina mödrar
11 maj kl 09:00 – 12 maj kl 17:00
Multiple Healths: Pasts, presents and futures of biomedicine and wellbeing in/with Africa
A two-day international symposium organised by Forum for Africa Studies at Uppsala University 11-12 May 2017.
11 maj kl 13:15 – 15:00
Desiring-machines: Animals as affective investments in education.
26 oktober – 28 oktober
Is economic inequality also a literary problem? An international conference on culture, society and economy
To call economic inequality a ‘problem’ is probably to say too little about it. Equality is not just a function of modern life, which may fail to work under certain conditions. Equality is a horizon of expectation. What then makes advanced contemporary society, especially in nations like the US and UK, so economically unequal?