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The Faculty of Arts is the largest faculty for research and teaching on cultural and social practices in Northern Europe.

Events at Arts in English

Wed 01 Oct
07:00-13:30 |
End of Biodeterminism?
New Directions For Medical Anthropology
Wed 01 Oct
14:15-16:00 | Aarhus University, Moesgaard, Aud 1. (4206-117)
Disturbing life: plans for an anthropology of microbial universes
Academic Hour seminar by Filippo Bertoni (University of Amsterdam)
Mon 20 Oct
00:00-00:00 | Istanbul
Multi-Sited Sufism. Transmissions, Translations, Transcendence
This conference is the first to trace the connections between the multiple sites of these global Sufi orders from a multi-sited perspective. Bringing together scholars from Europe, the US and Australia the conference asks how and by what means Sufi orders have achieved and maintain this global appeal.

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News from Arts in English

2014.07.04 | History and achaeology

Harvard summer school in Aarhus

Harvard students are attending a summer school at Aarhus University for the seventh year in a row.

2014.03.11 | Research

Awarding Portuguese research grants

Professor emeritus Svend Erik Larsen, Comparative Literature, has been appointed by the national Portuguese research agency, Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia, and the European Research Foundation, ESF, to the panel responsible for awarding the basic grants to the national Portuguese research c

2014.03.05 | People

Professor emeritus Svend Erik Larsen, Comparative Literature, appointed Honorary Professor

Professor emeritus Svend Erik Larsen, Comparative Literature, spent Fall 2013 and Spring 2014 as a Leverhulme Visiting Professor at University College London. UCL has now appointed him Honorary Professor from 2014-2019, affiliated with the School of European Languages, Culture and Society.

2013.10.18 | People

Svend Erik Larsen elected to international board

Professor Svend Erik Larsen, Comparative Literature, has been elected to the Board of Trustees of the Academia Europaea

2013.07.10 | Arts

Knowing the end goal increases productivity

A new study from Aarhus University provides insights about how science can help us to become more cooperative and productive – in private life, administration, business and industrial production. The key is to set clear goals as well as knowing what to expect from one another.

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