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Archive - Previous PhD Courses at Graduate School of Arts

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.
Tue 21 May
00:00-00:00 | Campus Copenhagen
Narrative research and biographical methods
21 - 24 May 2019: his course offers a presentation of theoretical and methodological approaches of to understand humans and their relation to surrounding culture and social structures through the use of narratives.
Mon 06 May
00:00-00:00 | Campus Copenhagen
European Universities – Critical Futures
6 - 8 May 2019: This course marks the start of a project called ‘European Universities – Critical Futures’ which reflects on the recent development of European universities and generates new research agendas on the roles of universities in social and scientific integration in a changing world.
Mon 29 Apr
00:00-00:00 | Sandbjerg Estate, Sønderborg
29 April - 3 May 2019: In this graduate seminar we invite papers on time, temporality, history and historicities. The idea is to raise critical discussions about the understanding of time in art works of different kinds and periods and of the time in our historical methodology.
Wed 24 Apr
00:00-00:00 | Campus Aarhus
Governing mobile peoples: Workshop with Dr Robert Fletcher (Uni of Warwick)
24 - 25 April 2019: The purpose of this PHD workshop is to develop, discuss and strengthen methods used by PhD candidates studying the government and regulation of mobile (pastoral, nomadic) people in historical and contemporary contexts.
Mon 08 Apr
00:00-00:00 | Sandbjerg estate & Campus Aarhus
Crafting Ethnography: Analysis, argument and writing
8 - 11 April 2019: Drawing on an emerging body of literature on ethnographic writing and analysis, the course will explore analytical potential of ethnography as a craft, i.e.. a particular way of composing an argument, writing forth new knowledge of the world and bringing new ideas to life. The course combines lectures and discussions of student drafts (7-10 pages) with hands-on writing exercises to facilitate students in opening their material and exploring the crafting of texts, analyses and arguments based on ethnographic material.
Mon 01 Apr
00:00-00:00 | Campus Emdrup
Concepts of Man in the Human Disciplines and Professions
1-4 April 2019: The course will give an introduction to and discussion of the most important trends and positions in the understanding of what it means to be human and what implications this has for the various human oriented disciplines and professions such as education, management, organization development, psychology.
Thu 28 Mar
00:00-00:00 | Campus Aarhus
(Un)making data: Exploring (auto)ethnographic epistemologies and ‘What counts?’ as relevant knowledge in a datafied era
28 - 29 March 2019: Theoretical grounding in interpretive qualitative approaches to studying digital- and data-saturated social contexts. Introduction to the epistemological and methodological grounding of autoethnography Practice and feedback in generating ‘what counts’ as data in fieldwork. Appreciation for conceptual tools to help build strong links between researcher experience, data configurations (whether ‘big data’ or otherwise), and ethnographic sensemaking, including embodiment and affect theorizing
Mon 04 Mar
00:00-00:00 | Campus Emdrup
Motivations- og behovspsykologi iflg. Deci og Ryans selvbestemmelsesteori
4 - 6 March 2019: De studerende vil tilegne sig empirisk gennemtestede teorier for, hvad der motiverer mennesker til at handle - og undlade at handle - i familen, skole, arbejde, levevis. De studerende vil stifte bekendtskab med SDTs begreber, forskningsinstrumenter og interventionsredskaber, således at de bedre kan bruge dem i deres forskning og professionelle praksis. Kurset tilbyder således et solidt forskningsbaseret bud på et menneskesyn, der stiller krav til den sociale og organisatoriske kontekst og specificerer, hvilke former for behovsstøtte den skal yde - med henblik på institutionel og organisatorisk reform.
Tue 19 Feb
00:00-00:00 | Campus Emdrup
Generalization and self-presentation: Visual Methods and other models in, of and for practices
19 - 22 February 2019: The students will get indsight to how to re-present their research and reflect on implications (legitimacy, purposes, forms, effects, ethics) of both research and self-presentation. They will be able to use theories of knowledge to discuss questions of generalization within various research practices, as well as discussing similarities and differences to other (research) practices, as well as the practices they do research with.

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