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All PhD courses at Graduate School, Arts

Thu 28 May
00:00-00:00 | Campus Empdrup (København)
Videnskabsteoretiske brydninger. Ny-materialisme, Ny-marxisme, Ny-fænomenologi
Dette kursus vil tage fat i aktuelle videnskabsteoretiske nybrud indenfor human-, social- og samfundsvidenskaberne - og i aktivt samspil med kursets deltagere - sætte dem i relation til eksisterede videnskabsteoretiske landkort, konkrete samfundsmæssige og praktiske problemstillinger og ikke mindst kritisk undersøge, hvorvidt idéen om noget ’nyt’ kan forsvares og rent faktisk frembringe hidtil usete analyser og kvalificere kritiske blik.
Tue 02 Jun
00:00-00:00 | Campus Aarhus
Researching Transnational Television
Television has always been shaped by transnational tendencies – not only in the Western markets, but also in other global regions: With its television formats traveling to the Arabic region, Latin America and the rest of the world Turkey has become the biggest exporter of television lately. KDrama, Korean television drama, has proven highly successful across and beyond Asia, entering the Middle East and the American market.
Wed 03 Jun
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.
Wed 03 Jun
00:00-00:00 | Campus Aarhus
Water, Society, Ecology
Attending to the centrality of water to colonial expansion, the neoliberal trend towards privatising water services and access, and the relative invisibility of water in contemporary political economy, the course works with the materiality of water -- liquid flows around hard surfaces; flows through bodies; urban streams and oceans; urban biogeochemistries -- to develop in-depth critical thinking skills about water, its many political, social and economic framings, and their enactment in water-related infrastructures.
Wed 03 Jun
13:00-12:00 | Campus Aarhus
Water, Society, Ecology: Situated Knowledges of Flows and Models
Attending to the centrality of water to colonial expansion, the neoliberal trend towards privatising water services and access, and the relative invisibility of water in contemporary political economy, the course works with the materiality of water -- liquid flows around hard surfaces; flows through bodies; urban streams and oceans; urban biogeochemistries -- to develop in-depth critical thinking skills about water, its many political, social and economic framings, and their enactment in water-related infrastructures.
Mon 22 Jun
00:00-00:00 | Sandbjerg Gods, Aarhus University
The Guild Summer School in Global History
Global History has become a vibrant field of research in recent years. It explores how societies in different parts of the world were shaped by global entanglements and reveals that globalization is by no means a new phenomenon but has a history that goes well back until the Early Modern period. It involves historical processes such as European expansion and imperialism on the one hand, but also the ways European societies have been influenced by influx of ideas, raw materials, plants, animals and peoples from other continents.
Thu 13 Aug
00:00-00:00 | Campus Aarhus
Netlab PHD Workshop in Web archiving
The NetLab PhD workshop in web archiving will include presentations on the necessity and challenges of preserving web content (which disappears rapidly, and must be preserved as a resource), of the underlying technologies in web content and it's preservation, and on how archived web content may differ from the online originals. The presentations will also include small demonstrations and hands-on exercises.
Wed 26 Aug
00:00-00:00 | Campus Emdrup
Design-based research, action research and co-creation
This course offers introductions to, reflections on and exercises with the methodological approaches of design research, action research, appreciative inquiry and innovative co-creation in education and related areas of research. The common tread in these approaches is that they favor that researchers and practitioners work together to both create knowledge of and change the practice.

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