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The Archaeological Encounter in British Fiction, 1880–1940
Ancient artefacts appeared frequently in late-nineteenth and early-twentieth-century British fiction. Prehistoric stone circles, enigmatic potsherds, Egyptian mummies, and other such antiquities featured in everything from fin de siècle adventure narratives to the major works of High Modernism.
Karl Ekendahl – PhD Dissertation Defence
The Good, the Bad, and the Dead: An Essay on Well-Being and Death
This book examines some central arguments in the debate about the value of death.
Crafting Sustainable Development: Studies of Teaching and Learning Craft in Environmental and Sustainability Education
The overall aim of the thesis is to contribute with new and deepened knowledge about the teaching and learning of craft when the crafting activity is considered as environmental and sustainability education (ESE).
The Epistemology of Rhetoric: Plato, Doxa and Post-Truth
This thesis aims to develop an epistemology of rhetoric in light of the apparent contemporary post-truth condition of society. Epistemology is hereby understood as concerned with principles for knowledge production within the academic discipline of rhetoric, as well as with an understanding of knowledge production in the public realm.
Erik Bengtson – PhD Dissertation Defence
A typology of classifiers and gender: From description to computation
Alexander Stagnell – PhD Dissertation Defence
Petter Hellström – PhD Dissertation Defence
(NB, a Saturday)