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Mon 09 Nov
00:00-00:00 | Campus Moesgaard/Aarhus
URBAN MEGA-PROJECTS IN THE ROMAN PERIOD AND LATE ANTIQUITY
Large-scale infrastructural projects, such as aqueducts and fortifications, were prerequisites for the existence of cities in the Roman and late antique periods. Their colossal size, however, could pose serious challenges for their construction. These could range from the necessity of maintaining a steady supply of resources over a long period, to the organization of large workforces. The study of the remains of these monuments is likewise not devoid of obstacles.
Wed 04 Nov
00:00-00:00 | Campus Emdrup/Copenhagen, Tuborgvej 164, 2400 Copenhagen NV
Vergnaud's Theory of Conceptual Fields (TCF)
Gerard Vergnaud is a student of Piaget, and Vergnaud’s TCF relies on Piaget’s notion of schemes. This PhD course will concern the use of TCF in relation to the doctoral students’ own topics in various areas of mathematics education. The course consists of three parts: (see more in the link) Dates and time: Part I: 4-5 November 2020 Part II: 2-3 December 2020 Part III: The written assignment has to be handed by January 15, 2021
Wed 23 Sep
00:00-00:00 | Campus Emdrup
Improve your research
The overall aim of the course is to strengthen the general academic skills of first year PhD students at the Faculty of Arts In order to help the student get a comprehensive view of the research within their field, the two-day course will give the doctoral student and understanding of how to navigate digital resources, how to conduct an academic search, and how to use the tools available to follow the latest research.
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.
Thu 13 Aug
00:00-00:00 | Campus Aarhus
Netlab PHD Workshop in Web archiving
Please notice: This workshop will not be cancelled due to Corona virus precautions, but an online solution (video conference) may be applied with short notice if the situation in August demands it. Participants will be notified and get directions for how to participate if this becomes relevant. 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.
Mon 10 Aug
00:00-00:00 | Campus Aarhus
Religion and Culture
The objective of this course is to explore new, theoretical turns within the humanities and social science in general and in the field of contemporary religion in particular. During the last decade, definitions of religion have been revisited, and the paradigm of secularisation has been under continuous critique.
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.
Thu 30 Apr
09:00-16:00 | Campus Aarhus, Moesgård
Phantasmography and Anthropology
So much in life, so many improbable conversations and probable scenarios, are imagined, not concretely real, and an anthropology attuned to the imaginary – a fantastical anthropology, an anthropology of the phantasmal – needs to account for the force and tenor of the imagined, the possible, the conjectured, the feared and dreamed of, specters of memory and perception, the dangerous perhaps, within the phantasmal flow of its thought and expression.
Wed 04 Mar
00:00-00:00 | Aarhus University, Finlandsgade 21, 8200 Aarhus N, building 5335, room 091
From Analysis to Text
This course will explore different styles of writing to allow you to critically reflect on the implications of your stylistic choices for the validity and ethics of your thesis. We will work with participants' own texts. Please make sure that you have time to work on your text between the two course days. Dates and time: 4 March and 25 March 2020 Most likely 10-17 both days, depending on number of participants.
Tue 03 Mar
00:00-00:00 | Aarhus University, Finlandsgade 21, 8200 Aarhus N, building 5335, room 091
From Fieldwork to Analysis
The course takes place over two days: 3/3-20 and 30/3-20 Day 1: The focus of this session is on different ways to organize and work with fieldwork material. Day 1 will be a general introduction to analytical thinking discussing how one moves from empirical material to data. How does one identify “densities” in the material and transform these into data?

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