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Fri 01 Sep
00:00-00:00 | online
Online Course in Web Archives and Web Archiving
Online course. Participation from work or from home, and at convenient time. Exact course starts are agreed between participants and course instructors, and the course may be offered more than once per year for different participants.
Mon 07 Dec
10:00-10:00 | Online Event
Beyond participation: Reaching institutional openings
A methodology workshop on new approaches to the research of the changing institutional contexts of contemporary theatre and art production, organized by Prof. Alexandra Portmann, Bern University/CH, and Prof. Peter M. Boenisch, Aarhus University/DK.
Thu 10 Dec
00:00-00:00 | Campus Emdrup
Embodied Cognition - grounded and linguistic bodies
'Embodied Cognition' introduces the contemporary embodied cognition perspective, including 'grounded' cognition, with a focus on implications for learning and education. The course traverses the idea of direct experiences as a substantial part of every learning experience. This claim is central to the field ‘Grounded cognition’ (GC), an overall term for new cognitive and neuroscience theories that emphasise situated and bodily cognition (e.g. Shapiro, 2011). According to the CG approach immediate perception of our physical and social surroundings shapes behaviours and actions as well as the co-occurring linguistic knowledge (meaning-making activity) about the situation.
Mon 14 Dec
00:00-00:00 | Campus Emdrup
Roles of universities in European integration
This course is part of the PhD programme put on by the project 'European Universities - Critical Futures' (DFF funded 2019-21). The project, led by CHEF, has created a network of 18 centres of research on higher education across Europe, which PhD students from anywhere are welcome to join. The project 's aims are to generate a new agenda for research on universities in Europe; to create an inter-generational learning community in which PhDs and early stage researchers are integrated into all the project's agenda-setting activities; and to re-set the conditions of dialogue between researchers, policy makers and other stakeholders.
Mon 14 Dec
00:00-00:00 | Copenhagen NV
Roles of universities in European integration
This course is part of the PhD programme put on by the project 'European Universities - Critical Futures' (DFF funded 2019-21). The project, led by CHEF, has created a network of 18 centres of research on higher education across Europe, which PhD students from anywhere are welcome to join. The project 's aims are to generate a new agenda for research on universities in Europe; to create an inter-generational learning community in which PhDs and early stage researchers are integrated into all the project's agenda-setting activities; and to re-set the conditions of dialogue between researchers, policy makers and other stakeholders.
Mon 14 Dec
00:00-00:00 | Campus Aarhus
Basis 1 - Introduction to linguistic research
The PhD programme 'Language, Linguistics, Communication and Cognition' is holding a 'Basic course 1 (Basiskursus1): Introduction to linguistic research' in the week December 14-18, 2020, every day from 9:30 till 16:00. The course will give an overview of central theories, methods and debates within some of the fundamental disciplines within linguistics:
Thu 17 Dec
00:00-00:00 | Aarhus N.
Engaging with digital methods - communicating research
The PhD course aims to address the possibilities and disadvantages opened by digital methods for social research. These methods are positioned on the one hand as groundbreaking techniques for analysis of social (big) data, and open the possibility for analysing micro and macro social interactions and “natively digital” or communicative objects circulating in web cultures (Rogers 2013, Raetzsch & Brynskov 2017). However, these techniques come with their own challenges regarding the accuracy of data (Velasco 2016), dependency on 3rd party platforms (Savage and Burrows 2007), ethical controversies (Markham 2017), lack of social design (Uprichard 2013), and integrated biases (Marres and Weltevrede 2013). Digital Methods also problematize that medium and message are difficult to separate in research designs (Venturini et al. 2018).
Mon 11 Jan
00:00-00:00 | Campus Aarhus
Political Ontology
Practical philosophy and the study of ontology have traditionally been two separate fields. But within the last couple of decades there has been an increased interest amongst philosophers, anthropologists, and political theoriists to analyse politics in increasingly ontological terms, and to interrogate the relation between politics and ontology
Thu 14 Jan
00:00-00:00 | Campus Aarhus
HERITAGE ACTIVISM, MEMORY POLITICS AND THE DECOLONIAL TURN
The material and immaterial legacies of colonialism are numerous in former colonized territories as well as in Europe. While formal or external colonialism, defined by the transfer of people from metropole to colony in settlements of overseas territories (Oldfield 2018), has largely come to an end, coloniality persist for example in forms internal colonialisms, within academic disciplines, and in bordering practices – the biopolitical and geopolitical management and fencing of people, land, flaura and fauna within a nation actualized by the global Covid-19 virus (Ndlovu-Gatsheni 2013 , Yuval-Davis, Wemyss, Cassidy 2019).
Thu 21 Jan
00:00-00:00 | Aarhus C.
Ph.d. Workshop - Emperiværksted
Kurset er en workshop, hvor der arbejdes med alle slags ph.d.projekter, der bygger på kvalitativ empiri. Det er således en transdisciplinær workshop, hvor vi undersøger og diskuterer hinandens empiri og dens sammenhæng med projektets formål. Det er således et ikke et gængs kursus f.eks. med gennemgang af forskningsmetoder.

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