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Faculty of Arts

The Faculty of Arts at Aarhus University is one of the largest environments for research and education
in Northern Europe. We investigate human cultural and social forms of expression and practice.

Faculty of Arts

At the Faculty of Arts we investigate
human cultural and social forms of
expression and practice.

Events at Arts in English

Mon 29 Aug
13:00-16:00 | Room 174, Danish School of Education, Aarhus University, Campus Emdrup, Tuborgvej 164, 2400 Copenhagen NV
PhD defence: Ann Katrine Bønnelykke Soffer, MA
Caring for Plastic: An Ethnography of Simulation-based Training in Nursing Education
Tue 06 Sep
09:30-11:00 | Aarhus Universitet, Institut for Kommunikation og Kultur Langelandsgade 139, bygning 1586, lokale 114
Informationsmøde
For ansøgere til stipendier med tilknytning til ph.d.-programmet Kunst, Litteratur og Kulturstudier. (This meeting will be in Danish. For info-meeting in English, please contact Director of the PhD Programme Karen-Margrethe Simonsen at litkms@cc.au.dk).
Mon 12 Sep
13:15-15:00 | FREDERIK NIELSENSVEJ 4, MØDELOKALE 2. 1421-2.
GUEST LECTURE: PABLO SÁNCHEZ LEÓN
INTERTEMPORAL SOLIDARITY. THE RECOVERY OF MEMORY IN 21ST-CENTURY SPAIN AS SOCIAL MOVEMENT AND BEYOND

News from Arts in English

2016.06.21 | Arts

There are always research elements in my artworks

Winnie Soon, a PhD student of Information Studies, has contributed to an exhibition about media art in Hong Kong with “Jsut code”, an artwork showing Twitter messages that must be decoded using a smartphone.

2016.06.06 | People

Karen-Margrethe Simonsen (Associate Professor, Comparative Literature) has been elected President of CHLEL

The Coordinating Committee for the Comparative History of Literatures in European Languages Series (CHLEL) was launched by the ICLA in 1967.

2016.05.04 | Arts

Meet researchers from The Faculty of Arts at Internet Week Denmark

The digital world will be explored and challenged at Internet Week Denmark festival from Monday 9 May to Friday 13 May, 2016. Four researchers from the Faculty of Arts talk about the projects they will be presenting at the festival.