24 May, 14:15–15:30
The Letter of Aristeas, Greek Education, and the Jewish Community in Alexandria
24 May, 15:15–16:30
External Security Threats and Gender Inequality in Politics
Welcome to an Uppsala Forum Guest Lecture entitled "External Security Threats and Gender Inequality in Politics" with Visiting Fellow Alice J. Kang, Associate Professor of Political Science and Ethnic Studies at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln.
24 May, 15:15–17:00
Book launch "Bridging the Baltic Sea. Networks of Resistance and Opposition during the Cold War Era"
IRES invites you to a book launch of a recently published book “Bridging the Baltic Sea” by our former colleague Dr. Lars Fredrik Stöcker. The event will be held in the Gyllenhielmska Library at Skytteanum and will be followed by an informal mingle in the garden adjacent to the venue. NB! Limited number of seats, to attend send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
25 May, 13:15–15:00
To Perceive Or to Conceive?: An Intuitionist Account of Religious Morality
Jung works at the intersection of moral philosophy and religious ethics, with research interests in moral epistemology and action theory. He is currently working on two research projects: one involving John Duns Scotus’s conception of autonomy and the other on the problem of self-deception.
29 May, 10:15–12:00
Distinguished Lecture by Professor Michael Papa
Waging Peace in Darfur: Implications for Communication Theory and Praxis
29 May, 14:30–15:30
Molecular mechanisms linking exercise to cancer protection
Welcome to a lecture about groundbreaking research on physical exercise and cancer: ”Molecular mechanisms linking exercise to cancer protection”. Lecturer: Pernille Höjman, senior researcher at Centre of Inflammation and Metabolism, Rigshospitalet in Copenhagen.
29 May, 15:15–17:00
Seminar "Identities and values in post-Maidan Ukraine"
This seminar will present and discuss the interplay between national protests in Ukraine known as Maidan, identity and value shift.
29 May, 19:00–21:00
Author Talk: 'Nothing will be as before'
Join us for Professor Sten Hagberg’s knowledgeable and inspiring talk about a changing
Burkina Faso, as the country makes a break with its authoritarian past. The book 'Nothing will be as before': Anthropological perspectives on political practice and democratic culture in 'a new Burkina Faso'.
30 May, 13:15–15:00
Two open lectures by Nadège Ragaru, Sciences Politiques, Paris
The Second World War in Bulgarian-Macedonian Relations
Controversies Regarding the Destruction of the Macedonian Jews
30 May, 16:15–17:00
En kvart över med Agnieszka Backman: ”Fru Elins bok –en bok? Ett föredrag om medeltida handskrifter”
Välkommen till en föreläsning inom Uppsala universitetsbiblioteks serie En kvart över. Den här gången med Agnieszka Backman, forskare på Institution för nordiska språk.
30 May, 18:00–20:00
Estlandssvenska seminariet: "Det är ett sår som aldrig kommer att läka helt"– en estlandssvensk kvinnas levnadsberättelse
IRES fortsätter vårens seminarieserie rörande estlandssvenskarna, deras historia, kultur och språk. Denna gång handlar föredraget om hur en estlandssvensk kvinna från Lilla Rågö berättar sitt liv och sin nation genom att använda hjälteberättelsen som mall. Studien bygger på intervjuer från 1980-talets Gräsö.
31 May, 13:15–15:00
Open lecture by Nadège Ragaru, Sciences Politiques, Paris
From international migration to local categorization
Discourses and policies towards the Bulgarian Roma
05 June, 15:15–16:30
CV and Cover letter - be attractive!
CareerTuesday. A seminar on how to write your CV and Cover letter.
05 June, 15:15–16:30
Ett attraktivt CV och brev - hur?
KarriärTisdag. Funderar du på hur du kan formulera ditt CV och brev inför en jobbansökan?
11 June, 10:30–13:30
Workshop - Racisms’ Affects: Exploring the Emotional Elements of White Nation-Making
The main objective of this event is to stimulate critical thinking and to share burgeoning theoretical or empirical work. As such, dialogue will follow each presentation and participants are encouraged to propose questions for discussion, related to their particular interest/approach to the topics of racism and affect.
11 June – 15 June
12 June, 14:00–15:00
Frontiers in Organismal Biology
15 June, 15:00–17:30
Ending Atrocities: Keynote Address and Roundtable
The Ending Atrocities workshop (15-16 June 2018) gathers some 30 international scholars with a diverse set of approaches to the question of how to put an end to atrocities against civilians. In the public event of the workshop, we welcome you to join the conversation on the impact and challenges of different intervention types and draw insights from the case of Syria.
19 June, 11:00
Department Colloquium: Bits of the future: Magnetic storage and the digital world
05 September, 13:00–16:00
European Junior & Graduate Careers VCF
Join the Virtual Career Fair for new and soon-to-be graduates and find the right junior position to kickstart your career in 2018/19.
20 September, 15:00–17:00
About the Report and Conditions for State Support to Religious Communities
06 November, 13:00–15:00
Religion and Popular Music - Book Release
18 May, 11:00–17:00
A Linnaean Garden Party
Time travel to the 18th century, hear the rustle of silk skirts, see silver shoe buckles glisten, and sample artisan foods. Find rare plants and seeds for your garden and pick up advice on how to grow them. Meet scientists, experiment, and learn more about Linnaean science. Guided tour in English at 11.30 and 14.30.