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Archive - Previous PhD Courses at Graduate School of Arts

Tue 08 Oct
00:00-00:00 | Campus Emdrup (Copenhagen)
Diagnosis of contemporary times – perspectives and analytical strategies
8 - 10 October 2019: The goal of this PhD course is to qualify our understanding of the contemporary will to diagnosis of contemporaneity as well as our understanding and mastery of the theoretical framework of and actual diagnostic practices within different diagnostic perspectives.
Thu 03 Oct
09:00-12:00 | Campus Aarhus
PhD Seminar: Feminism and Nationalist Politics
3 October 2019: Through participation in the seminar with Dr Farris, students will gain an intimate introduction to the topic of 'femonationalism' as well as the theoretical aspects of conceptualising such phenomena in political and sociological theory. Further, students working on relevant topics will have the opportunity to get expert feedback on their research from a leading scholer in the field.
Wed 02 Oct
00:00-00:00 | Campus Moesgaard (Aarhus)
Approaching pottery studies: current perspectives and future directions
2-3 October 2019: The course will offer research-led teaching on methods and techniques for the study of pottery and will focus on two main objectives: To explore the importance of pottery study for archaeological research To explore and discuss traditional and innovative approaches to ceramic analysis
Thu 19 Sep
00:00-00:00 | Campus Emdrup (Copenhagen)
Improve your research – academic search, digital methods and scholarly communication for PhD students
19 September & 2 October 2019: The overall aim of the course is to strengthen the general academic skills of first year PhD students at the Faculty of Arts
Thu 12 Sep
09:30-16:30 | Campus Moesgård (Aarhus)
Art, Anthropology and Cultural History, Masterclass with Clémentine Deliss
12 September 2019: The aim of the masterclass is to discuss and fine-tune the participants’ individual research questions, as well as to consider new interdisciplinary and methodological issues related to the study of anthropology, cultural history and contemporary art. Clémentine Deliss’s special interest is in questions concerning new research practices around so-called ethnographic collections that deal with issues on restitution, provenance and the decolonialization efforts of museums.
Thu 12 Sep
00:00-00:00 | Campus Emdrup (Copenhagen)
The transnational turn in European education policy & its potential reversal?: Exploring OECD, EU and Bologna Process impact & impact of new nationalisms
12-13 September 2019: Aims for the course: - gain insight into transnational policy-making and its impact on European national education policy and practice; - can analyze and assess conditions for European national education policy based on insight into the complex policy chains across transnational and national actors; - can analyze and discuss impact on transnational education policy in light of challenges by new nationalisms - discuss and evaluate the meanings and impact that the above developments are likely to have on educational thinking, policy and practice
Wed 28 Aug
09:00-17:00 | Campus Moesgård (Aarhus)
Presence
28 August 2019: In his book History and Presence, Robert A. Orsi proposes a model for the study of religion that begins with humans and gods present to each other in the circumstances of everyday life and elaborates a theory of presence for the study of both contemporary religion and history. In the course we ask students to explore what such a theory of presence would mean in their individual project: What would happen if we saw the gods, saints, ghosts and spirits etc who inhabit the worlds they study as ‘really present’ rather than metaphors or symbols? And more broadly: what does ‘presence’ actually mean and how it is given in experience?
Mon 26 Aug
00:00-00:00 | Campus Aarhus
Research Design and Applied Data Analysis for Quantitative Social Sciences and Education Studies
Module A: 26-27 August & Module B: 28-30 August 2019: PhD students who want to do a quantitative PhD project and all PhD students who want to improve their understanding of quantitative literature Part B requires a basic understanding of descriptive and inference statistics as well as multiple linear regression analysis.
Mon 19 Aug
00:00-00:00 | Campus Emdrup (Copenhagen)
Ethnographic approaches to the political: Studying post-politics and processes of (de/re-)politicization
19 - 20 August 2019: The students gain new understandings of what is 'political', both within and beyond formal institutions, and of different forms and processes of (de/re-)politization. Moreover, they explore how 'the political' can be studied ethnographically, how they can engage interlocutors and collaborators, and how new understandings of the political can be employed to analyse their ethnographic fieldwork material.
Mon 12 Aug
00:00-00:00 | Campus Aarhus
The Festal Letters of Athanasius: Their Text and Contexts
12 - 15 August 2019: The Nordic Coptic Network Meeting will consist of lectures and seminars. The lectures should provide background knowledge for the seminars. At the seminars the participants will together translate selected parts of Athanasius’ Festal Letters in Sahidic Coptic. During the seminars, there will also be opportunity to compare between the Sahidic and the Syriac translations and the fragments of the Greek original (this will also be relevant for participants not working with Syriac). The PhD students will also get the opportunity to present and discuss their PhD projects.

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