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Debating Research Together - Explorations in the excellence and shoddiness in how we in academia engage in cross-cutting scholarly debates
The aim of Circus’ third annual symposium, 6-7 December, is to explore the qualities of debate, discussion and exchange in research and in public debates.
Seminar: Strengthen your international collaboration - opportunities for researchers and teachers at Uppsala University
For researchers and teachers at Uppsala University, there are many opportunities to enhance your international collaboration. This seminar will provide an overview of some of the possibilities that are available to you at Uppsala University. It will focus on practical questions and give an idea of which funding opportunities can be relevant for you, as well as hints on applying.
CANCELLED! Multiculturalism, ethnic associations and neighborhood governance: a longitudinal perspective on a changing regime
UCBH sem: Johan Eriksson “Institutions, money and inflation in the Swedish Age of Liberty”
SEMINAR – HYBRID EVENT: Justice, Women and Climate Induced-Migration: A Time for Discourse
Francesca Rosignoli, SCAS and Stockholm University, gives a seminar on "Justice, Women and Climate Induced-Migration: A Time for Discourse". The talk will be followed by a Q&A session.
Heritage & sustainable development
We will introduce a discussion around the theme Heritage, Sustainability, and Participatory practices, with a conference paper by Ilaria Rosetti, Marc Jacobs, Ana Pereira Roders as a starting point.
"What’s Going on in 'Gogobebe'? A Multimedia Analysis of 4 Minutes of K-Pop"