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Dissertation: Property Offences and Private Law. On the Offences in Ch. 8 and Ch. 10 of the Swedish Criminal Code and their Relationship to Private Law
Gustaf Almkvist defends his thesis in Criminal Law
Opponent: Prof Erling Johannes Husabø, University of Bergen
Chairperson of the public defence: Prof Magnus Ulväng
The public can follow the dissertation in the University Hall via a computer provided by the faculty. Once the main entrance is closed, the side entrance should be used.
Public defence: Guns and Governance: Local Elites and Rebel Governance in Côte d'Ivoire
Sebastian van Baalen defends his thesis "Guns and Governance: Local Elites and Rebel Governance in Côte d'Ivoire". Faculty opponent is Professor Scott Straus, Department of Political Science, University of Wisconsin-Madison.
A live recording of the defence will be available on Zoom: https://uu-se.zoom.us/j/62434252341
Higher sem: Hans-Michael Trautwei "Lending of Last Resort in Monetary Union: Differing Views of German Economists in the 19th and 21st Centuries"
Martin Gustafsson: "The thinker as draughtsman"
The Higher Seminar in the Philosophy of Language and Culture in collaboration with the Research Seminar in Philosophy, Åbo Akademi, Finland
(NB, day and time.)
UCBH sem: Cecilia Kahn "Redo för liberalisering’ – inflytande över bankreformen 1968 och ett begynnande regimskifte"
Karl Ekeman – Licentiate Seminar
The Higher Seminar in Rhetoric
Information literacy conceptions in comprehensive school in Finland: Curriculum, teacher and school librarian discourses
More information to come
The American Dilemma 2020: Nine Lessons for Healthy Democracies
Take Off: Why societal impact?
In this seminar we will introduce the concept of impact and its many aspects, and discuss how your ability to clearly describe the potential impact of your research most certainly will put you in a better position when applying for grants. Register by 13 January.
Hundens roll för hälsa och välbefinnande
The MedHum Seminar
Sven-Ove Hansson: "Revising Probabilities and Full Beliefs"
The Higher Seminar in Theoretical Philosophy
(MOVED) Emma Hagström Molin: "Provenance in 19th-Century Europe"
The Higher Seminar
(NB, moved to January 28.)
Guilherme Marques Pedro: PhD Dissertation Chapter
The Higher Seminar in Philosophy of Law