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Archive - Previous PhD Courses at Graduate School of Arts

Tue 25 Jun
00:00-00:00 | Campus Copenhagen
Intersectionality, critique and activism
25 - 27 June 2019: The course will introduce different ways intersectionality has been taken up and translated in accordance with different theoretical and empirical perspectives; it will do so with a particular focus on how critique of intersecting categories, systems and normativities are shaped and made possible through these translations and with a view to different forms of activism that have fed into these translations, and/or become or may become possible.
Tue 18 Jun
00:00-00:00 | Campus Aarhus
Exploring and Performing Experiments
18 - 20 June 2019: This Ph.D. course will be questioning the concept and practices of experiments in research, but also broadly in relation to design, organizational and artistic practices. The course invites participants who do research on experimental practices, conduct experiments as part of their research, or see their project as somehow related to experimental practices.
Mon 17 Jun
10:00-16:00 | Campus Moesgaard (Aarhus)
Anthropological approaches to silence, silencing and emerging political possibilities
17 June 2019: The Ph.D. students will present and discuss their own as well as other students' research focusing on silence, silencing , ethics and political emergence. There will be a focus on working through ideas and concepts with a re-known scholar within the field of anthropology and global studies, and the study of ethics, sexuality and political emergence. Students are given the opportunity to explore emerging analytical topics in their research-material.
Tue 11 Jun
00:00-00:00 | Campus Aarhus
Community, Ethics and Ontology: Anthropological and Philosophical Perspectives
11 - 14 June & 24 June 2019: We invite PhD students who work with the notions of community, ethics and ontology to participate in this course. Philosopher Andrew Mitchell (Emory University) and anthropologist Bernhard Leistle (Carleton University) will give feedback on the presentations delivered on June 11th, 2019.
Mon 03 Jun
00:00-00:00 | Campus Aarhus
Affect, Body, Media: Masterclass with Professor Gregory J. Seigworth
3 - 4 June 2019: The aim of the course is to explore questions related to the way affect, media and bodies are entangled in different ways in art, culture and beyond. Participants will get detailed feedback on the questions, analysis or concepts presented in their essays, and discover how their concepts challenge, supplement or reinvent other related concepts through the workshop.
Mon 27 May
00:00-00:00 | Campus Aarhus
Collaborative Experiments in Fieldwork
27-29 May 2019: Aim: To broaden and deepen our understanding of collaborative-based inquiry in experimental field work To equip researchers with strategies and conceptual tools to device forms of collaboration as part of relation building and data collection To understand the potentials and challenges of inventive aspects of anthropological experimental collaborations (both during fieldwork and analysis).
Mon 27 May
00:00-00:00 | Campus Moesgaard (Aarhus)
Collaborative Experiments in Fieldwork
27 - 29 May 2019: he course combines lectures and debates with hands-on sessions in which participants will have to devise forms of collaboration for the analysis of their empirical data. During the course we will take a closer look at some collaborative experiments, and the experiences the collaborative researchers behind them have had. We invite all course participants to reflect on what working collaboratively and experimentally has meant, or might mean, to the production of data in their research.
Thu 23 May
00:00-00:00 | Sandbjerg Estate - Sønderborg
Trinational meeting for ph.d.students / doctoral students in empirical and practical theology
During this course, PhD students in practical / empirical theology will present from and receive feedback on select parts of their dissertations from peers as well as from senior scholars. Furthermore, senior scholars will, through lectures and discussions, present work in progress from their ongoing research projects.
Wed 22 May
00:00-00:00 | Campus Moesgaard - Aarhus
Networks in Archaeology 2.0
22 - 23 May 2019: The course aims to encourage students from archaeology, history and related disciplines from the humanities to consider and discuss the potential of network analysis to their research questions by building on the latest analytical advances.
Wed 22 May
00:00-00:00 | Campus Aarhus
Approaches to intellectual history
22 May 2019: This course covers methodological approaches to postgraduate theses within the humanities and provides the opportunity to receive senior and peer-to-peer feedback on individual projects. PhD students are required to submit a paper (10-12 pages) highlighting a methodological approach. These papers will be circulated and reviewed in plenum. To start of the day there will be two introductory papers on methodological choices and approaches.

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