Events

Wed 19 Sep
09:00-18:00 |
China Emerges as a Global Power
A broad range of China expertise will initiate multi-disciplinary dialogues on the nature of China’s emergence as a global power and its implications for Denmark, taking into consideration business opportunities, cultural encounters and political challenges.
Wed 19 Sep
10:30-12:30 | Room D118 (Emdrup), DPU, Tuborgvej 164, Copenhagen NV - with videolink to room 1483-525 (Aarhus), DPU, Jens Chr. Skous Vej 4, Aarhus C
A Performativity Analysis of Graduate Employment Statistics
Work-In-Progress Seminar with PhD Student Miriam Madsen.
Wed 19 Sep
13:00-16:00 | View program for location of each seminar
Affective Methodologies - first seminar
Research seminar series, Autumn 2018 - Organized by the Body Politics Research Unit/Cultural Transformations Research Program.
Thu 20 Sep
10:45-16:00 | Building 1481, room 366
Equivalence(s)
Seminar on translation 20-21 September 2018
Thu 20 Sep
12:00-13:00 | CUDiM, Aarhus University, Building 1483, Room 656. Video-link to DPU, Emdrup, room D120.
The Figure of the Migrant and the Becoming-University
CHEF lunch talk by Ryan Gildersleeve, University of Denver, United States.
Thu 20 Sep
16:00-18:00 | Aarhus University, Stakladen
What is the Human in the Humanities Today?
Talk by Rosi Braidotti in The Futures Lecture Series.
Thu 20 Sep
19:00-21:00 | Kunsthal Aarhus, J.M. Mørks Gade 13, 8000 Aarhus C
How We Curate: Talk Series on Curating
Milena Høgsberg and Lars Bang Larsen launch a new season of talks on curating at Kunsthal Aarhus. Throughout the fall, another six Danish curators will present and discuss their practices.
Fri 21 Sep
09:15-12:00 | Meeting room 1, Studenternes Hus
Roundtable conversation with Professor Rosi Braidotti
Hosted by Human Futures and Cultural Transformations.
Fri 21 Sep
11:00-16:00 | Campus EMDRUP, 2400 Cph. NV. Building A, Room A408
PhD Course (Emdrup): Introduction to PhD supervision for PhD students at Arts
The course is a compulsory course for all PhD students at Arts. Following the course, the participants complete a reflection paper on the themes discussed during the course and on how they think that these themes will be relevant and apply to their own specific PhD process. This reflection paper is to be used in the PhD students’ dialogue with their supervisor(s) about their future collaboration. Registration Deadline: September 3.
Fri 21 Sep
11:30-13:00 | Building 1483, room 354
Lecture: Joseph Conrad’s The Heart of Darkness: Becoming its Others
By Dr. Richard Brown, University of Leeds

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