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Conference "Racism and Religion" 6-8 November 2019
The histories of racism and religion are entangled. To understand how processes of racism, nationalism, and exclusion come about in different forms we need to view these developments as intertwined with religion and ideas of religion and religiosity.
Internationel Conference "Central and Eastern Europe 1989-2019: Orders and Freedoms"
The carbon and greenhouse gas balance of freshwater ecosystems
Cross regional differences and similarities minisymposium
LILAe Doctoral Student Symposium
4th Annual LILAe Graduate Student Symposium in Literary Studies
Graduate students specializing in literature will present their research
Keynote lecture “Once again -- the Humanities...: Is there anything to add? Yes, there is!”
by Sverker Sörlin, Professor of Environmental History, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
For more information, please see the attached program
NeuroScience PhD-student Conference
Why? To strengthen social and scientific bond of PhD students in the Department
When? November 22nd 2019. Gunnesalen – Psychiatry house
What? Scientific presentation by PhD students, group discussions, keynote speaker, dinner & drinks + poster session
Genetic risk information | Mind the Risk Final Conference
How do humans respond to genetic risk information? Is it always good to know? How can you avoid raising unnecessary concerns about what the future holds? These questions, and others, have been investigated by the Mind the Risk project, an international multidisciplinary research team for six years. You are invited to their final conference!