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Archive - Previous PhD Courses at Graduate School of Arts

Mon 01 Jan
00:00-00:00 | Online
Online Course in Web Archives and Web Archiving
Build an understanding of how and why archived web content differs from analogous material (such as printed books), and get hands-on experience with web archiving.
Wed 13 Dec
13:00-16:00 | Room A210, Danish School of Education, Tuborgvej 164, Aarhus University, 2400 Copenhagen NV
Teachers and Teacher Personality: Secondary growth curve analyses of effects of teachers’ personality traits and education on students’ behaviour and self-esteem
PhD defence: Rune Müller Kristensen
Tue 12 Dec
09:30-17:00 | Campus Emdrup
Administrations of Memory
12 December 2017: Participants will get an opportunity to: Situate their research in relation to earlier theoretical contributions from political science and memory studies Develop methodologies that capture both in their own work Sharpen the use of key concepts to deal with administrations of memory in disparate political cultures Get individual feed back from both organisers and co-participants
Mon 11 Dec
00:00-00:00 | Campus Aarhus
Basis I – Introduction to Linguistic Research
11 - 15 December 2017: The course will give an overview of central theories, methods and debates within some of the fundamental disciplines within linguistics.
Mon 11 Dec
00:00-00:00 | Campus Emdrup
Fænomenologi og fænomenologisk metode
11. - 12. december 2017: Formålet med kurset er at skabe en ramme for drøftelse af den ph.d.-studerendes eget metodologiske design. På kurset vil de studerende få feedback på deres overvejelser om, i hvilken forstand deres respektive forskningsprojekter kan kaldes “fænomenologiske” og/eller deres metoder “fænomenologisk inspirerede”.
Wed 06 Dec
00:00-00:00 | Campus Moesgaard
Networks in archaeology
6 - 7 December 2017: The course will offer research-led teaching on the concepts and methods of network analyses in archaeology and will focus on three main objectives: To develop knowledge on network theory and concepts in archaeology. The course will equip students with basic conceptual and analytical tools to assess the nature, significance and application of network analysis in archaeology. To train students to assess how archaeological and historical questions may be productively framed as network problems, and how network data is identified and processed in archaeology. To develop reflection as to how formal analysis methods, together with qualitative, contextual approaches, may contribute to elucidate and interpret network structure, dynamics and change in the archaeology and history of past societies? 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.
Tue 05 Dec
00:00-00:00 | Campus Emdrup
Critique rather than criticism - Foundations and implications of affirmative methodologies
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 her/his approach in relation to various forms of critique.
Wed 29 Nov
00:00-00:00 | Campus Emdrup
Health, Wellbeing and Educational Achievement: Focus on Inequalities
29 November -1 December 2017: The aim of the course is to improve the students’ capacity to engage with researching complex issues in schools, by utilizing sound methodological and theoretical frameworks that help layer rather than reduce complexity. At the end of the course students will have a deeper understanding of philosophical assumptions (paradigms), strategies of inquiry and research methods in the field.
Wed 29 Nov
00:00-00:00 | Campus Aarhus
Human Freedom and Dignity in Human Resource Management – Bridging Theology and Organizational Studies
29 November - 1 December 2017: The aim of this course is twofold: The first aim is to conceptually explore human freedom and dignity (and related concepts) and to look at what they can mean for organizations (e.g. in HRM, Organizational Development, Leadership, Business Ethics, etc.). The second aim is to explore the relationships between theology/philosophy and (critical) management studies. 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.
Thu 23 Nov
00:00-00:00 | Campus Moesgaard
High Definition Chronologies
23 - 24 November 2017: The course will offer research-based teaching on the concepts and methods of high definition chronology in archaeology. The aims are: To understand important scientific dating methods. The course will equip students with basic conceptual and analytical tools to assess the nature, significance and application of absolute dating techniques; To understand traditional archaeological dating methods like seriation, sequential ordering of artefacts, and stratigraphy, including the importance of relative dating; To understand and to assess the use of Bayesian statistics in the establishing of high definition chronologies; To identify developments in dating methods, research issues and problems and research questions inherent to the application of the various dating methods, including potential limitations and constraints; To appreciate the interdependency between scientific and traditional archaeological dating methods, emphasising the importance of accurate context recording and sampling (preselection) to construct high definition chronologies. The course has a focus on key questions of contemporary archaeological, historical, and material science studies: the establishment of precise chronologies.

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