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Springtime in the Orangery
Visit the the early 19th century Orangery in the Botanical garden and see plants from the Mediterranean, Australia, South America and other warm places. When springtime sunrays reach citruses, apricots and cacti, they blossom. Extended opening hours in the Orangery during weekends in March.
The Engaging Vulnerability Research Seminar
Laura Sakka – PhD Dissertation Defence
Affective responses to music in depressed individuals: Aesthetic judgments, emotions, and the impact of music-evoked autobiographical memories
The primary aim of this thesis is to explore whether depressed individuals have distinct affective responses to music, in terms of aesthetic judgments, emotional reactions, and emotion regulation.
Why Write in Irish?
Irish novelist, poet and short-story writer Éilís Ní Dhuibhne speaks about the processes, challenges, opportunities and inspirations of being a bilingual author, publishing in two languages, and some of her own Irish works.
Henrik Lagerlund: "The Development of External World Skepticism in the Fourteenth Century"
The Higher Seminar in the History of Philosophy
Curious on R-programming? Step 1
Curious on R-programming? Welcome to a 3-step workshop. Follow all three steps or apply to one, according to your previous knowledge. These workshops are aimed at researchers and doctoral students. Please let us know if you have any specific requests.
Francis Lee: “Where is Zika? Enacting a pandemic.”
The Higher Seminar
(CANCELLED) Anna Launberg, Uppsala University
The Higher Seminar
(MOVED) Tuva Haglund – Licentiate Seminar
(NB, moved forward to April 19)