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Philosophy tea; Albert Camus – The Plague
This winter Professor Peter Wallensteen and Lecturer Daniel Ogden will continue their popular Philosophy Tea talks. Each Philosophy Tea session lasts one hour. The sessions are run in English.
Online Book Discussion “Found in Translation: The English Poet Joseph Brodsky”
Perspectives on Preventing Violent Extremism
Löwdin Symposium - a 60th Anniversary Celebration
The purpose of the Löwdin lectures is to stimulate the interest in quantum chemistry by inviting prominent scientists to Uppsala to present their research and to give a general lecture on chemistry.
UFV Meeting on Plant Physiology (Zoom)
DIGMEX Lecture: Mahmoud Keshavarz on the design politics of the passport
As part of its network activities, DIGMEX continuously arranges research lectures with invited speakers on vital topics for our existential perspectives on digitality and automation. We are proud to present Senior Lecturer Mahmoud Keshavarz who will talk about The Design Politics of the Passport, drawing on his recently published book by the same title.
Online Symposium "Russia’s Civilizational Politics: Conceptual, Methodological and Comparative Approaches"
Ann Linde: Sveriges Roll i världen, en utrikespolitisk utblick för 2021
Talking American Literature and Culture: “Experimental: Language Writing, Two Whales, and a Dream of the Future”
The Cold War produced two prominent literary discourses of futurity:“experimental” writing and science fiction. Considering them together via a collocation in 1980s San Francisco, this talk analyzes the investments in epistemic virtue that animated these formally disparate modes for imagining languages of the future.
Webinar: Island and Seascape Research Cluster
The Island and Seascape Research Cluster is proud to welcome you all to this seminar, with three guest speakers who will share their knowledge and perspective on marine resource, biodiversity and climate change in island contexts
Hybrid Information Warfare: The Ukrainian Experience
POSTPONED! Open Lecture with Caroline Johansson