Note that although the calendar currently is filtered, the calendar subscription will be unfiltered.
Please follow these instructions to subscribe to the calendar in Outlook on Windows:
- Copy the calendar link.
- Switch to the calendar view in Outlook.
- Right click My calendars (or Other calendars), select Add calendar, select From Internet.
- In the dialog that pops up, paste the calendar link.
- Approve the subscription.
The calendar is now available in Outlook. Check the checkbox besides the new calendar to view it.
For Safari on Mac, read these instructions.
In other calendar applications, copy the link and then follow the appropriate procedure.
Defining, Regulating and Balancing Rights: A Constitutional Law Study of Indigenous Peoples' Rights to Land and Natural Resources in the Russian Federation
Emil Andersson: "Justifiability to All and the Problem of the Illiberal"
The Higher Seminar in Practical Philosophy
Resources for scholarly documentation in professional service organizations: A study of Swedish development-led archaeology report writing
(CANCELLED) Bettina von Helversen: "Exemplar Retrieval Effects on Quantitative Judgment"
The General Seminar
Death and the Self: A Metaphysical Investigation of the Rationality of Afterlife Beliefs in the Contemporary Intellectual Climate
Education, Stratification and Reform: Educational Institutions in Comparative Perspective
Den pedagogiska skickligheten och akademins väktare: Kollegial bedömning vid rekrytering av universitetslärare
This thesis develops knowledge on educational proficiency as an object of assessment in academic hiring of university teachers. Hiring processes are essential for the very formation of academia, and peers involved in these processes have an institutional gate-keeping function. University teachers are an important resource for both research and teaching and thus student learning.
Jonna Vuoskoski: "The role of empathy in music-induced emotions"
The Open Seminar in Music Psychology
Slutseminarium Vera Wilhelmsen
Avhandlingens preliminära titel: A description of the Mbugwe language with a focus on tone and tense, aspect and modality
Opponent: Lotta Aunio (University of Helsinki)