We want to invite you to an open midway-seminar with our PhD-fellow in China Studies Hans Henrik Moe.
To comment on the candidates work, we have invited Associate Professor Mikkel Bunkenborg from Department of Cross-Cultural and Regional studies at University of Copenhagen.
We want to invite you to an open midway-seminar with our PhD-fellow in Middle East Studies Mathilde Becker Aarseth.
To comment on the candidates work, we have invited Professor Charles Tripp from the Department of Politics and International Studies at SOAS
We want to invite you to an open midway-seminar with our PhD-fellow in Middle East Studies Mohab Mahmoud.
To comment on the candidates work, we have invited Associate Professor Walter Armbrust from St. Antony's College - University of Oxford
We want to invite you to an open midway-seminar with our PhD-fellow in Museology Joanna Iranowska.
To comment on the candidates work, we have invited Professor Anna Dahlgren from Stockholm University.
I forbindelse med midtveisevaluering for vår PhD-stipendiat Janne Werner Olsrud inviterer vi alle interesserte til et åpent seminar om Olsruds forskningsarbeid og tilstøtende tema
The aim of this seminar is to discuss differences between the two dissertation formats, advantages and disadvantages, problems and solutions.
With Neil Munro, University of Glasgow; Jacob Høigilt, University of Oslo/PRIO; Li Hongtao, Zhejiang University
This seminar discusses how people living in authoritarian societies make up their minds about their governing system and how they maneuver within its constraints. How do people living under authoritarianism perceive their society, and what matters are important to their views about its governance? How can they expand and/or utilize their room of maneuver to pursue their aims while supposedly being in conformity with authorities? Who are in alliance with the system, and how can we distinguish those who oppose it? In addition, we will discuss how to conduct research in a way that produces reliable information while protecting the interests of informants.
In the week 26-28 April 2017 we will organize an Interdisciplinary PhD-seminar at Centre Universitaire de Norvège à Paris, CUNP
For this PhD course we want to gather PhD students who take interest in forms of visualizations and visualization practices at work in different fields of knowledge – across a broad range of scholarly and other cultural practices. We will address an open-ended set of questions and theories, linked mainly by an interest in historical, cultural, material and aesthetic aspects.
Application: Deadline March 15. Application should include a CV and a 1-3 page paper draft. Notice of acceptance by March 22. Deadline for complete papers (6-10 pages) April 5, which then will be pre-circulated among all participants.
Costs: No course fee. Hotel rooms for three nights, lunches and dinners are covered by the organizers. Travels are booked by the participants.
I forbindelse med midtveisevaluering for vår PhD-stipendiat Olav Gjertsen Ørum inviterer vi alle interesserte til et åpent seminar om Gjertsens forskningsarbeid og tilstøtende tema
A seminar with Iver B. Neumann, Montague Burton Professor of International Relations, London School of Economics
Power is the ability to get someone to do what they otherwise would not have done. Authority is the actualisation of power: it is about the ability to have an order or a truth claim accepted. If this ability concerns a specific issue, someone is an authority. If it is a more generalises ability someone is in authority. The lecture traces and discusses these two concepts in social theory.
I forbindelse med midtveisevaluering for vår PhD-stipendiat Laila Makboul inviterer vi alle interesserte til et åpent seminar om Makbouls forskningsarbeid og tilstøtende tema
With Erling Sandmo, Knut Ove Eliassen, Anne Kveim Lie m.fl.,
We will start our discussions of some of the most influential bodies of theoretical work in the human and social sciences by taking on Michel Foucault and revisiting some of the most inspiring and contentious parts of his writings, entering into a dialogue with leading experts in the field.
Registration by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please specify whether you want to present something or not.