Research Seminar fall 2017
November Schedule/Schema, fall 2017
|Day and time:||Wednesdays at 14.15-16.00 (if not otherwise stated)|
|Venue:||Uppsala: 3-2028; Visby: B10|
|Video conference:||Facilities available for all seminars|
|Language(s):||Swedish or English; follows the program|
|Texts:||Texts to be discussion is to be circulated one week before the seminar; the texts should be sent to the two seminar organizer|
|Seminar Organizers:||Ella Johansson (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Don Kulick (email@example.com)|
|Post seminar:||Organized by the presenter/s|
Carina Johansson, in Swedish: Sommarliv och byggnadsinventeringar
Cancelled due to Anthropology-event
Friday at 09.30-12.00. Anna Baral: Final seminar. Chair: Sverker Finnström; Discussant: Tova Höjdestrand, LU. Venue: 3-2028 + B10
Oscar Pripp: In Swedish “Musik och Mening”
No seminar planned. Several arrangements between October 9th – 20th with Anthropologist Prof. Paul Richards. Watch out for separate invitations.
Swami N. Swaminathan: “Digital urbanism of the future: People as data mines”.
Cecilia Rodehn och Hedvig Mårdh: “Cultural Heritage as a Pedagogical Tool in Higher Education at Uppsala University”. Chair and host: Annie Woube.
Tuesday 10.45-19: “Hilarity of the Awful”. Symposium arranged by the Engaging Vulnerability project, with separate program, premises and invitation. Registration necessary.
Sofia Jonsson, in Swedish: Manuscript for article based on dissertation-project: Abortion/anti-abortion.
“Decentralization and transformations of local governance in the Inner Niger Delta (Mali)”, Dr Marie Deridder, Postdoctoral Fellow at Forum for Africa Studies; Catholic University of Louvain, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium. Chair and host: Sten Hagberg.
Raakel Inkeri, University of Helsinki, Department of Social Research, Urban Studies
will present her ongoing PhD thesis research on a title: Post-apartheid social integration in a suburb of Cape Town
Project ideas and projects applications seminar. Volunteers to organize needed.
Molly Sundberg: ”Solving the ‘Paris Paradoxes’? Local Staff in Foreign Aid.
All day Kick off
Project applications seminar. Volunteers/applicants organize.
Karin Aras: In Swedish Dissertation “Ljudrum - En musiketnologisk studie om ljud och lyssnande som kulturell praktik”. Room to be announced.
Göran Nygren: In Swedish Final seminar