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Intellectual property (IP) in research
The seminars will cover the role of IP in a research setting, what the "professor´s privilege” means and what support is available to you as a researcher who want your research results to have an impact beyond academic publications. You will also be presented with a method to perform an inventory of intellectual assets in a project, as well as examples of how IP can be used to generate value.
Social Relations in Monastic Life – The Monastery as a Total Institution and brotherly love
At this seminar CRS is pleased to welcome Prof. Mikaela Sundberg. Professor of Sociology at Stockholm university and research leader at SCORE. Mikaela will present her recent research project which has focused on social relations within cloistered monasteries, as examples of a type of voluntary total institutions.
Research seminar in Ethnology (in swedish): The ethnologist and the image of man as a cultural being, Carina Johansson
“I hope to start a discussion about how we Ethnologists use images in our research, both as part of our material, as well as in presentations, reports and dissertations. It is something that could be developed, or at least we need to reflect much more on image in relation to text, because now images are somewhat forgotten and disadvantaged. ”
International conference "Collective Memory in Contemporary Russia: The Soviet Past in Post-Soviet Context(s)"