Dr. Mara Matta presents a short history of cinema in and on Tibet, with a main focus on Tibetan filmmakers working in China. As part of the lecture she will show the feature film The Sun-Beaten Path (2011). Open for all.
In this guest lecture, professor Sergei O. Kurbanov will give vivid examples of Korean nationalism followed by explanations. Open for all.
A one-day workshop to discuss and investigate the Jewish languages. The workshop is free and open for all.
Hvordan fremstilles samisk kultur på museer? Åpent for alle.
Ane Orhvik holder sin prøveforelesning for stillingenen som Associate Professor in Cultural History with emphasis on Cultural Encounters. Åpent for alle.
John Ødemark holder sin prøveforelesning for stillingen som Associate Professor in Cultural History with emphasis on Cultural Encounters. Åpent for alle.
William R. Kenan, Jr., Professor of the Humanities in Religion and Asian Studies (Bowdoin College)
Talk by John Nelson, Professor of East Asian Religions, Department of Theology and Religious Studies, University of San Francisco.
Talk by Dr. Sankaran Radhakrishnan that will focus on caste situation in early and medieval periods and their development. Open for all.
What would we look for if our hometown were swept away? Memory in material form? Guest lecture by curator Fuyubi Nakamura about the aftermath of the tsunami in 2011. Open for all.
What is a human body? Biology, obviously, but also a contested site of subjectivities, identities and theories. The ways bodies are experienced, lived, conceptualized, interpreted and theorized are products of their cultural contexts as well of historically specific conditions and claims.