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As of 1 September Nicolai is affiliated CAS as Assistant Professor. His work primarily concentrates on issues in phenomenology, social ontology, and practical philosophy
Eiko Honda specialises in the intellectual history of modern Japan and the environmental humanities and is currently working on the project: The Emergence of Queer Nature: Minakata Kumagusu and the Making of Microbial Paradigm, 1887-1912.
As of 1 September, Catrine is enrolled as a PhD student with the project " Ethical Aspirations for Tomorrow: First-person ethics in the future orientations of political youth in Denmark."
The circumstances facing different families vary a great deal – as do the resources with which they are equipped. So when it comes to organising learning activities in the home, some families are far more able to live up to the demands of childcare centres than others. But why don’t we just let the professionals deal with these learning tasks, instead of assuming responsibility for their agenda?
Professor of anthropology Anna Lowenhaupt Tsing receives the title of honorary doctor 2022 and can look forward to being celebrated on 9 September
It is with great pleasure that we can announce that CHEF’s research strategy has been approved by the leadership of the Danish School of Education, Aarhus University, and that CHEF has been granted another cycle as research centre for the period 2022-2027. We look very much forward to continue our collaboration with colleagues in Denmark and internationally around the research into the nationally and internationally transforming mandates and organization of universities and higher education.
In partnership with researchers from the Faculty of Natural Sciences at Aarhus University, Associate Professor Mette Løvschal from the Faculty of Arts has been studying the consequences of an increase in fencing, which threatens to destroy unique ecosystems in East Africa. The results have just appeared in the prestigious journal Scientific Reports, which is published by Nature.
Professor MSO Wulf Kansteiner has been elected President-elect at Memory Studies Association
Elmira Muratova's research focuses on the impact of the 2014 annexation of Crimea on identity, social norms and intragroup relations of the Crimean Tatar minority.
During his fellowship Oleg Yarosh will collaborate with The Arab and Islamic Studies Research Network (ICSRU) at Department of the Study of Religion.
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In this conference, leading researchers will discuss the role of digital models in the humanities and its consequences for applications of…
A guest talk organised by the Design and Aesthetics for Environmental Data research project and the Humans and IT Research Program at Aarhus…
Deadline for submission of abstracts: 21st August
Public lecture by DPU UNESCO CHAIR in Early Years Education and Care & Honorary professor Marilyn Fleer.
Alle er velkomne til Æstetisk seminar
This one-day day international seminar is called to discuss the Danish membership experience
Artistic practice and systems change: A mission-oriented sector of art
Peter Waterhouse (born 1956) is an Austrian poet and translator, and founder of the exceptional translation collective Versatorium at the Univerisity…
The Intersectional Turn: Implications for New Testament Studies and Theology by Prof. Marianne Bjelland Kartzow, University of Oslo
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