Guest lectures and seminars
Upcoming 5 days
ESOP seminar. Erling Barth is a researcher at the Institute for Social Research and professor at the University of Oslo. He will present a paper entitled "Union Density, Productivity and Wages", co-authored by Alex Bryson and Harald Dale-Olsen.
Professor Antonio Botelho will give a talk about Brazilian innovation policy at the TIK centre on May 23rd.
This seminar explores the possibilities of building research in the field of Environmental Humanities at HF. Professor Karen Thornber from Harvard University and Professor Bryan Tilt from Oregon State University will present their experiences from organizing research in this field.
Scholars from HF will give brief presentations of ongoing research related to environmental and climate change at HF.
The seminar is open for all and includes lunch. Binding registration by 16th of May.
What could be greater proof of the syncretic history of the Indian subcontinent than the eulogization of Lord Krishna by one of the greatest Sufi mystics of all times? Welcome to a talk by Madhumita Ray, which also will include demonstration and soundbites.
Open guest lecture with Dr. Ezekiel Emmanuel.
Guest lecture by Prof. Dr. Monika Fludernik (Albert Ludwigs University of Freiburg) on her recent article on fictionality in the eighteenth century and earlier. All are welcome!
Staff lunch seminar. Orhan Torul is an assistant professor at Boğaziçi University. He will present a paper entitled "Intergenerational Educational Mobility in Europe", co-authored by Oğuz Öztunalı.
Further upcoming events
ESOP seminar. Botond Kőszegi is a Professor at the Central European University.
The Novel and the Romance from Generic and Historical Perspectives. Open for all.
The day after Donald Trump’s inauguration as president, 4,5 million people took to the streets in Women’s Marches all over the world, in one of the largest civil rights demonstrations in history. Hannah Helseth and Nancy Fraser will discuss the road ahead for feminism.
The next Nordic Sounds meeting will be an informal workshop where research group participants can come together to discuss critical themes and issues related to ongoing research on music in the Nordic countries.