Why do people come together to change the world they live in? Why and under what circumstances does social mobilization occur? Why does it turn violent? What are the potential social, cultural, and political consequences?
We want to invite you to an open evaluation with our PhD-fellow in Middle East Studies Henrik Gråtrud. To comment on the candidates work, we have invited Professor Daniel Byman from Georgetown University, Walsh School of Foreign Service.
We want to invite you to an open evaluation with our PhD-fellow in Cultural History Hannah Kristine Lunde. To comment on the candidates work, we have invited Professor Simon Coleman from the University of Toronto, Canada
Welcome to Kick-off seminar 17 September 2020!
This years kick-off will focus on time and how it is to write a PhD dissertation in the times of Covid-19. If things doesn't get worse, we plan to meet physically in PAM 454.
We want to invite you to an open mid-term evaluation with our PhD-fellow in Cultural History Leonoor Zuiderveen Borgesius. To comment on the candidates work, we have invited Professor of History of Technology Maria Paula Diogo at NOVA School of Science and Technology, NOVA University of Lisbon.
We want to invite you to an open evaluation with our PhD-fellow in China Studies Rebekka Åsnes Sagild. To comment on the candidates work, we have invited Professor Jørgen Delman from the University of Copenhagen.
- A theoretical and methodological toolbox
In this seminar we have invited Dr. Michelle Bastian from The University of Edinburgh to discuss recent developments in the field of Environmental Humanities.
This seminar, in which recent PhD-graduates talk about their experiences, is supposed to help you in making your selected dissertation format your own.
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.
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.