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Tid og sted: 2. sep. 2021 09:0016:00, UiT Norges Arktiske Universitet

How to write a high-quality PhD dissertation in history? In small groups, students present and discuss their own PhD writing with peers and faculty. The joint module will focus on how to give presentations at academic conferences. This is a 1 ECTS course in Tromsø, in conjunction with the Norwegian History Days.

Tid og sted: 3. sep. 2021 15:305. sep. 2021 17:00, Universitetet i Tromsø

Hvordan bedømmes en PhD i historie? Og hvordan bør den bedømmes? Hva innebærer det at en avhandling skal ha «et høyt faglig nivå» når det gjelder «teoretisk grunnlag» for PhD-avhandlinger i historie? Vi diskuterer disse og andre spørsmål på NRSH sin rundebordssamtale under konferansen Norske historiedager 2021.

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Tid og sted: 28. sep. 2021 09:0030. sep. 2021 17:00, Zoom/Teams

What is the role of history in society? How may history help contemporary society deal with major shifts that change societies in fundamental ways? This course will investigate the public role of historians using migration studies as the point of departure. Students do not need prior knowledge of migration history. This is a 3 ECTS digital course. 

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Tid og sted: 1. okt. 2021 09:0017:00, Zoom/Teams

 This workshop will focus on how to write for the public and discuss the role of future academics in public areas such as for example, government, journalism, and public history. Teachers are Nina Burleigh, New York Times best-selling author and journalist, and Nina Kristiansen, editor of Forskning.no. This is a 1 ECTS digital workshop. 

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Tid: 14. okt. 2021 10:0011:30

What kind of careful attention to the meaningful lives of other species does film making engender? What sort of perspectives may it open up and/or foreclose? In this talk, filmmaker Asgeir Helgestad and historian of science Ageliki Lefkaditou, draw on three of their documentary projects on climate change and biodiversity loss to discuss how filming may convey the complex relationships that such processes provoke and threaten.