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Marvin Backes, UU, and Anders Schoubye, SU
Joint Higher Seminar in Theoretical Philosophy – Uppsala University and Stockholm University
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USIB - Arto Ojala, Professor of International Business and Vice Dean in the School of Marketing and Communication, University of Vaasa Finland
Uppsala Seminar of International Business (USIB) is the regular research seminars held by International Business group in the Department of Business Studies, Uppsala University.
Claes Entzenberg: "Why Only Art Can Save Us Now"
The Higher Seminar in the Philosophy of Language and Culture
Tuva Haglund – PhD Dissertation Defence
Narratology meets Translation Studies, or, The Voice of the Translator in Children’s Literature
Retracing Connections / Uppsala University Greek and Byzantine Studies Seminar
Defence of doctoral thesis: Death Online in Contemporary Russia. Memory, Forgetting and the Connective Presence of Mourning on the Internet
Katerina Linden will defend her doctoral thesis “Death Online in Contemporary Russia. Memory, Forgetting and the Connective Presence of Mourning on the Internet”.
BOOK LAUNCH - WEB EVENT: Stranded Encyclopedias, 1700–2000: Exploring Unfinished, Unpublished, Unsuccessful Encyclopedic Projects
Linn Holmberg, SCAS and Stockholm University, and Maria Simonsen, Aalborg University, present their new book "Stranded Encyclopedias, 1700–2000: Exploring Unfinished, Unpublished, Unsuccessful Encyclopedic Projects". The event will be followed by a Q&A session.
David Dunér, Lund University, and Jeff Loveland, University of Cincinnati, will comment on the book.