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2019.12.09 | Antropologi

Professor Nils Bubandt receives a Carlsberg Foundation Monograph Fellowship

Nils Bubandt has received a Carlsberg Foundation Monograph Fellowship for the project: The Last Paradise on Earth: A Study of Coral Worlds and Their End in Indonesia.

2019.12.09 | Religionsvidenskab

Lektor Jesper Frøkjær Sørensen modtager bevilling fra Carlsbergfondet

Jesper Frøkjær Sørensen har netop modtaget et Carlsberg Foundation Monograph Fellowship til projektet: Towards a Cultural Immunology.

2019.12.09 | Globale Studier

Associate Professor Hagen Schulz-Forberg receives a Carlsberg Foundation Monograph Fellowship

Hagen Schulz-Forberg receives a Carlsberg Foundation Monograph Fellowship for the project: Upon this Rock. Neoliberalism, Global Governance and Liberal Democracy, 1930-1960.

2019.12.09 | Filosofi og Idéhistorie

Professor Somogy Varga Receives a Carlsberg Foundation Monograph Fellowship

Somogy Varga has received a Carlsberg Foundation Monograph Fellowship for the project: The Goals of Medicine. A Philosophical Analysis

2019.12.03 | Arts

New budget in Denmark – what does the dean think?

The Danish government and the parties that support it have finalised the country’s annual budget. What will this mean for the faculty in the year ahead? Dean Johnny Laursen gives us his views.

Dementia patients have a tendency to go wandering off. A new research project at Aarhus University aims to ensure the ethical use of surveillance technology to make it possible to find signs of life in dementia patients who have gone wandering off somewhere. (Model photo: Colourbox.com)
Lektor og leder af Center for Overvågningsforskning Anders Albrechtslund står i spidsen for projektet men i tæt samarbejde med pårørende til demente og plejepersonale.
Associate Professor Anders Albrechtslund, the Director of the Center for Surveillance Studies, is the leader of the project – which will be working closely alongside both care staff and the families of dementia patients.

2020.01.09 | Grant

An ethical framework for the use of surveillance technology to ensure that dementia patients can retain their dignity and lead a safe life

Researchers from Aarhus University, in partnership with VIVE, Aarhus Municipality and Business Academy Aarhus, have received a grant from VELUX FONDEN for a project they call LIVSTEGN (which means “sign of life” in Danish). The project involves close collaboration between researchers, dementia patients, their families and their care staff.

2019.11.07 | Historie og Klassiske Studier

Bureaucracy - A documentary by Richard Cole

Funded by Aarhus University Research Foundation Richard Cole and Alexis Hatto has produced a documentary on bureaucracy

2019.10.24 | CHEF

CHEF participates in the Higher Education Platform for Cooperation and Exchange (HEPCE)

On 27 September 2019 CHEF director Susan Wright and CHEF member Jie Gao participated in the 2019 edition of the EU-China Higher Education Platform for Cooperation and Exchange (HEPCE) in Helsinki, Finland. The HEPCE is a regular event taking place in the framework of the EU-China High-Level People-to-People Dialogue (HPPD), launched in 2012 as…

2019.10.21 | Arts

New collaboration agreements between the Faculty of Arts and universities in the US and the UK

A range of international collaboration agreements have improved opportunities for the faculty’s PhD students to study abroad at several British and American universities. Vice-dean Anne Marie Pahuus, who is the head of the faculty’s graduate school, hopes that the agreements will be perceived as a signal confirming the faculty’s commitment to…

2019.10.02 | Globale Studier

Chung Ai – New PhD student at the Department of Global Studies

Chung Ai will be working on the project: “Sounds and Memories: Tracing the Sounds of War in Post-War Taiwan”

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Events

Fri 02 Oct
09:00-14:30 | Campus Emdrup, Building A, Room A410
PhD course: Introduction to Research Writing in English (day 2 out og 3)
For PhD students at all levels at the faculty of Arts. The aim of the course is to raise participants’ awareness of the characteristics of research writing and to improve their research writing skills.
Tue 06 Oct
10:00-16:00 | Nobelparken, Building 1483, Room 454 (Floor 4)
PhD course: Introduction to PhD Supervision
An obligatory course for all PhD students at the Faculty of Arts, Aarhus University. The purpose of the course is to have the PhD students be familiar with the typical challenges of a PhD process with regards to supervision and with core issues dominating the discourse on the supervisory dialogue. Furthermore the course supports reflection on different supervisor/student roles and how the students' own writing process affects the process of supervision. Registration Deadline: September 8 (time 10:00).
Wed 07 Oct
10:15-15:30 | Det Kgl. Bibliotek, Aarhus. Bygning 1360
Phd kursus: Litteratursøgning og referencehåndtering (dag 2 ud af 2)
I en vekselvirkning mellem oplæg og workshops, vil deltagerne få et overblik over både generelle og fagspecifikke databaser, opslagsværker og fuldtekstressourcer, som biblioteket stiller til rådighed for AUs forskere.
Fri 23 Oct
09:00-14:30 | Campus Emdrup, Building A, Room A410
PhD course: Introduction to Research Writing in English (day 3 out og 3)
For PhD students at all levels at the faculty of Arts. The aim of the course is to raise participants’ awareness of the characteristics of research writing and to improve their research writing skills.
Thu 29 Oct
09:00-14:30 | Nobelparken, building 1483, room 454 (floor 4)
PhD course: Introduction to Research Writing in English (day 1 out og 3)
For PhD students at all levels at the faculty of Arts. The aim of the course is to raise participants’ awareness of the characteristics of research writing and to improve their research writing skills. Part of the course is based on a writing sample from each individual student, which is to be revised and improved based on peer and teacher feedback. Registration Deadline: October 1 (10:00).
Thu 29 Oct
11:00-17:00 | Campus Emdrup, Building A, Room A302
PhD course: Introduction to PhD Supervision
An obligatory course for all PhD students at the Faculty of Arts, Aarhus University. The purpose of the course is to have the PhD students be familiar with the typical challenges of a PhD process with regards to supervision and with core issues dominating the discourse on the supervisory dialogue. Furthermore the course supports reflection on different supervisor/student roles and how the students' own writing process affects the process of supervision. Registration Deadline: October 1 (time 10:00).
Tue 10 Nov
09:00-16:00 | Nobelparken, Building 1483, Room 454 (Floor 4)
VIP course, Doctoral Supervision for Doctoral Supervisors (day 1)
The obligatory course is offered to all new doctoral supervisors at the Faculty of Arts, Aarhus University and is optional for experienced supervisors. It is a process course that takes as its starting point the new doctoral supervisors’ understandings of their role and place in the organization through establishing i.e.: What forms of pedagogy are embedded in different supervisor and student roles? And what practical tools are used to facilitate and cope with troublesome areas? Registration Deadline: October 13, 2020 (time 10:00).
Wed 11 Nov
09:00-16:00 | Nobelparken, Building 1483, Room 454 (Floor 4)
VIP course, Doctoral Supervision for Doctoral Supervisors (day 2)
The obligatory course is offered to all new doctoral supervisors at the Faculty of Arts, Aarhus University and is optional for experienced supervisors.
Thu 12 Nov
09:00-14:30 | Nobelparken, building 1483, room 454 (floor 4)
PhD course: Introduction to Research Writing in English (day 2 out og 3)
For PhD students at all levels at the faculty of Arts. The aim of the course is to raise participants’ awareness of the characteristics of research writing and to improve their research writing skills.
Tue 24 Nov
10:00-16:00 | Nobelparken, Building 1483, Room 454 (Floor 4)
PhD course: Introduction to PhD Supervision
An obligatory course for all PhD students at the Faculty of Arts, Aarhus University. The purpose of the course is to have the PhD students be familiar with the typical challenges of a PhD process with regards to supervision and with core issues dominating the discourse on the supervisory dialogue. Furthermore the course supports reflection on different supervisor/student roles and how the students' own writing process affects the process of supervision. Registration Deadline: October 27 (time 10:00).

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