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Boost your information seeking skills - Online
This workshop is aimed at PhD students, post docs or researchers who wish to update their information searching skills.
/publish – Data Management Plans
Many funders require that projects must have a data management plan. Learn what this means for you, and how the university can help. The seminar is given in English.
Research seminar no9 in Cultural Anthropology. Cannibal talk: From Uganda to Burma, from the King’s African Rifles to the Lord’s Resistance Army
Sara Riggare and Niccolò Tempini: "Evidence in the digital age of active patients"
The MHS Seminar
(MOVED) Linda Andersson Burnett och Hanna Hodacs: "Fashion and ethnography in eighteenth-century scholarly travel writing"
Uppsala Travel Writing Seminar (RELS)
(NB, postponed. New date TBA.)
Big Data and the Digital Humanities
Bill Kretzschmar is Harry and Jane Willson Professor in Humanities at the University of Georgia, and visiting professor at the Department of English at Uppsala University. He has for long been influential in the development in digital methods in studying English. In this talk, Kretzschmar will address the role and implications of big data for such tasks.
Pentecostalism and social media in Brazil: Faith and the digital production of gendered, racialized and class-based Pentecostal bodies
Guest Lecture by Aili Mari Tripp. Seeking Legitimacy: Why Arab Autocracies Adopt Women’s Rights
The talk is based on Aili Tripp’s recent book, Seeking Legitimacy: Why Arab Autocracies Adopt Women's Rights (Cambridge University Press, 2019) in which she explains why autocratic leaders in Morocco, Tunisia and Algeria embraced more extensive legal reforms of women's rights than their Middle Eastern counterparts.