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Archive - Previous PhD Courses at Graduate School of Arts

Mon 14 Jan
00:00-00:00 | England & Germany
Machine Feeling
14 January - 2 February 2019: The workshop aims to provide a forum for emerging researchers to enter into speculation, critique, exchange, and dialog about their research topic. The primary focus is on the participants’ individual research projects, as well fostering networks, knowledge exchange and widening dissemination. Although it is primarily aimed at international PhD researchers, the workshop is also open to artists, curators, and programmers who are pursuing research outside an academic context.
Wed 12 Dec
00:00-00:00 | Campus Aarhus
Theology and Philosophy and Organization Studies
12 - 14 December 2018: The aim of this course is to explore a variety of relationships between theology/philosophy and (critical) management studies. It uses various context and concepts to explore these relations: management, financialization, hope, profanation, dignity and leadership. All this in order to enable students in humanities to translate their work to non-academic work contexts, and to enable students in management to recognize and analyse the theological or philosophical backgrounds to organizational practices.
Wed 12 Dec
00:00-00:00 | Campus Aarhus
Masterclass and seminar with Prof. Alexandra Walsham
12 - 13 December 2018: Junior scholars (PhD students/postdoc fellows/assistant professors) are invited to submit proposals concerning their ongoing or future projects for a masterclass and a roundtable discussion conducted by Alexandra Walsham (Cambridge University). The intention is to discuss and improve the individual research questions, as well as considering general methodological issues.
Mon 10 Dec
00:00-00:00 | Campus Aarhus
Gender and Culture – part II - on posthumanist and new materialist perspectives
10 - 12 December 2018: The aim of the course is to foster advanced reflection on gender as a factor in cultural studies at multiple levels and to qualify the PhD students through in-depth studies to integrate such reflection in their independent research
Fri 07 Dec
09:00-17:00 | Campus Moesgård
Finitude and Moral Community
7 December 2018: This crossdisciplinary course will explore the question of what the experience of finitude (e.g. related with birth and death) means for human life and human coexistence.
Tue 27 Nov
00:00-00:00 | Campus Emdrup
Analytiske perspektiver på børn og barndom
27. - 30. November 2018: Kurset vil præsentere en række forskellige teoretiske, metodiske og analytiske perspektiver på børns hverdagsliv og barndommens betingelser.
Tue 20 Nov
00:00-00:00 | Campus Emdrup
Critique rather than criticism. Foundations and implications of affirmative and speculative methodologies
20 - 22 November 2018: The purpose of this course is to make the PhD students able to identify and formulate the possibilities, foundations and implications of critique in her/his thesis and research. The participants will be able to distinguish various forms of critique and to position the PhD approach in relation to various forms of critique.
Tue 13 Nov
00:00-00:00 | Campus Emdrup
Embodied Cognition – bodily language and linguistic bodies
13 - 14 November 2018: Students acquire knowledge of the fundamentals of embodied cognition from the perspective of cognitive science, cognitive linguistics, evolutionary neurobiology and sociology focusing on applications in learning and education. They also acquire knowledge of how the perspective affects their own fields.
Tue 06 Nov
00:00-00:00 | Campus Emdrup
Infrastructures of Governance
6-8 November 2018: This PhD course takes up different approaches to the study of infrastructure ranging from political science to Science and Technology Studies and anthropology. It also addresses methodological challenges particular to infrastructures, given their temporal and spatial extensions detaching them from isolated local sites.
Mon 05 Nov
00:00-00:00 | Campus Aarhus
Theology and Empirical Studies: Contributing to Critical and Constructive Theological Discourse?
5 - 8 November 2018: - -main historical positions on viewing religious life and practices as embodied theology - philosophy of science on relation between theory and practice / practice as embodying knowledge and understanding - empirical studies in theology: examples of studies in embodied theologies from biblical and historical studies, systematic theology, practical theology - embodied theologies as critical and normative theology, incl. the notion of normativity and the relation between normativity as phenomenon and lived religion / religious practices • relations between religious practice and theology, and concepts of theology

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