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30.01.2019 | Kursus

Aarhus Universitet sætter bæredygtighed i fokus på sommerkursus i entreprenørskab

Studerende får nu mulighed for at fordybe sig i et af tidens mest omdiskuterede emner - bæredygtighed. Sommerkurset Sustainable Entrepreneurship udbydes for første gang i sommeren 2019 og skal ruste studerende til at udvikle bæredygtige løsninger gennem entreprenørielle metoder i tæt samarbejde med virksomheder og organisationer.

30.01.2019 | Antropologi

Sidsel Jelved Kennild - Ny ph.d. ved Afdeling for Antropologi

Sidsel Jelved Kennild skal arbejde på et projekt hvordan et hverdagsliv i fattigdom ser ud for enlige forældre på kontanthjælp og deres børn.

30.01.2019 | Arkæologi

Wesam Mansour- New Phd at the Department of Archeaology and Heritage Studies

Wesam Mansour will join CAS in February where she will be working on a project that investigates what the public view as ‘their’ heritage in contrast to global perceptions of Egypt’s heritage.

30.01.2019 | Antropologi

Trine My Thygaard-Nielsen - New PhD-student at the Department of Anthropology

Trine My Thygaard-Nielsen will be working on a project studying industrial organic tomato production and climate change in Southern Spain

30.01.2019 | Forskning

Frits Andersen modtager Georg Brandes-prisen

Årets Georg Brandes-pris går til lektor i litteraturhistorie, Frits Andersen, for det meget anmelderroste værk "Sydhavsøen. Nydelsens geografi".

28.01.2019 | Leder

Uddannelse kan ikke kompensere for samfundets ulighed

Der er for ensidigt fokus på uddannelse og social mobilitet i diskussionen om børns livsmuligheder. Hvis flere børn og unge skal løftes, kræver det større fokus på at modvirke social ulighed, skriver forsker og institutleder på DPU Claus Holm på Altinget.dk.

28.01.2019 | Socialpædagogik

Fra problembarn til resurseperson: DPU-forskere i nyt samarbejde om forebyggende sociale indsatser

I Projekt Aktive Drenge på Nørrebro og Street Lab i Hillerød taler udsatte børn, unge og deres familier ikke om sig selv som udsatte. De afholder Nørrebroløb, fællesspisning og andre aktiviteter i tæt samarbejde med lokale ildsjæle og professionelle fra kommunen. I de næste tre år sker det sammen med forskere fra DPU, Aarhus Universitet, der med…

25.01.2019 | Globale Studier

Tenna Foustad Harbo - New PhD at the Department of Global Studies

With a background in Aesthetics & Culture and International Studies here at Aarhus University, Tenna will start her PhD at the Department of Global Studies in February.

25.01.2019 | Historie og Klassiske Studier

Jonas Thorup Thomsen - Ny Ph.d. ved afdeling for Historie og Klassiske studier

Jonas skal arbejde på projektet: Gejstlig læsning i det tidligt moderne Danmark: Danske sognepræsters rolle i udbredelsen af nye tanker og strømninger 1660-1810.

24.01.2019 | Historie og Klassiske Studier

Interested in digital humanities?

ARTS funds places at Oxford DH summer school 2019

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Arrangementer

ons 30 okt
11:00-17:00 | Campus Emdrup, Building A, Room A414
PhD Course: Introduction to PhD Supervision
A compulsory course for all PhD students at the Faculty of Arts. Preferably, this course should be taken as soon after the start of the PhD process as possible, in order for the course to play a part in the drawing up of the PhD Supervision Agreement between supervisor and student. Registration deadline is October 16, 2019 (at 10:00)
tor 31 okt
09:00-15:00 | Campus Emdrup
PhD Course: Introduction to Research Writing in English (day 2 out of 3)
To raise participants’ awareness of the characteristics of research writing and to improve their research writing skills. Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis, though priority is given to PhD students from the Faculty of Arts, Aarhus University.
tir 05 nov
09:00-12:30 | Nobelparken, Building 1483, Room 454 (floor 4)
PhD Course: Conference Presentations: Preparation and Delivery (day 3 out of 4)
Careful preparation and clear communication are key to delivering a successful conference presentation in an international context. This course aims to provide PhD students (from Arts, AU) with insight into the key characteristics of effective academic oral presentations, as well as with knowledge and tools to develop skills and confidence in communicating research-related material in English.
tor 07 nov
09:00-17:00 | Aarhus University
Sick girls in European visual art, literature, medical science and popular culture in the 19th century
This transdisciplinary international conference seeks to explore how illness in the shape of the images of the sick girls in the 19th century was addressed in visual art, literature, science, and popular culture.
tor 07 nov
09:15-15:00 | Nobelparken, Building 1483, Room 454 (floor 4)
PhD Course: Introduction to University Teaching (Day 3 out of 3)
By the end of the course, the participants should be able to describe, analyze, and critically reflect on the pedagogical strategies required when planning and carrying out their own teaching.
tir 12 nov
09:00-15:30 | Nobelparken, Building 1483, Room 454 (floor 4)
PhD Course: Conference Presentations: Preparation and Delivery (day 4 out of 4)
Careful preparation and clear communication are key to delivering a successful conference presentation in an international context. This course aims to provide PhD students (from Arts, AU) with insight into the key characteristics of effective academic oral presentations, as well as with knowledge and tools to develop skills and confidence in communicating research-related material in English.
ons 13 nov
08:00-16:00 | Richard Mortensen-Stuen, Frederik Nielsens Vej 4, 8000 Aarhus C
Passing On: Property, Family and Death in Narratives of Inheritance
Konference organiseret af forskningsprojektet Unearned Wealth: A Literary History of Inheritance, 1600-2015
ons 13 nov
10:00-16:00 | Nobelparken, Building 1483/454 (Floor 4)
PhD Course: Introduction to PhD Supervision
A compulsory course for all PhD students at the Faculty of Arts. Preferably, this course should be taken as soon after the start of the PhD process as possible, in order for the course to play a part in the drawing up of the PhD Supervision Agreement between supervisor and student. Registration deadline is October 30, 2019 (at 10:00)
ons 13 nov
10:00-18:00 | Aarhus University
Passing on: Property, Family and Death in Narratives of Inheritance
The conference seeks to explore the multiple ways in which literature deals with inheritance, from the Early Modern period until today, across national and linguistic borders.
tor 14 nov
09:00-13:00 | Online by videolink: Emdrup B302 - Aarhus 1483/656
PhD Course: Introduction to Research Writing in English (day 3 out of 3)
To raise participants’ awareness of the characteristics of research writing and to improve their research writing skills. Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis, though priority is given to PhD students from the Faculty of Arts, Aarhus University.

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