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Kommende 5 dager

29 jan.
Tid og sted: 29. jan. 2020 09:1514:00, PAM 389

To discuss document analysis as methodological practice in the humanities and social science, we have invited Kristin Asdal and Hilde Reinertsen, both from the TIK Centre for Technology, Innovation and Culture.

Flere kommende arrangementer

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Tid og sted: 13. feb. 2020 09:1514. feb. 2020 16:00, HF-12, 12th floor of Niels Treschows hus

Introductory seminar for new PhD candidates at the Faculty of Humanities. Compulsory course.

Tid og sted: 26. feb. 2020 09:1514:00, PAM 389

In this seminar, researchers connected to the LIFETIMES project will invite you to a discussion of what role time and temporalization play in your project, and how you might reflect theoretically or work methodologically with this role.

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Tid og sted: 2. mars 2020 09:156. mars 2020 14:00, Oslo, Blindern

Every PhD thesis needs to explicitly grapple with issues of theory and methods. This PhD course grabs the bull by the horns and challenges participants to seriously engage with foundational problems in history.

This 5 ECTS course addresses foundational problems related to theory (ideas/principles to explain a practice or account for a situation) and method (planned procedure to pursue knowledge), and highlights the connections between them.

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Tid og sted: 4. mars 2020 11:155. mars 2020 13:15, Nasjonalbiblioteket, Oslo

What does the digital shift mean for historians? This workshop explores some of the key methodological questions historians encounter when we start using digital tools to answer historical questions. It will also provide training in using digital source materials.

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Tid og sted: 25. mars 2020 09:1512:00, Niels Treschow building, big meeting room at the end of the hall

The thesis seminar is a compulsory component of the PhD programme. Organized by Professor Tina Skouen, ILOS.