Arrangementer fra hele SV

Kommende 5 dager

30 nov.
Tid og sted: 30. nov. 2021 12:1513:00, Nydalen/Zoom
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Tid: 30. nov. 2021 13:1514:30

Mauro Barisione presents chapters from the book 'Polar Stars. Why the Political Ideologies of Modernity still Matter' at the ARENA Tuesday seminar on 30 November 2021.

01 des.
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Tid og sted: 1. des. 2021 14:1516:00, Meeting room 512/Zoom

The Departmental Seminar Series features Karin Ahlberg, Senior Lecturer at the Department of Social Anthropology at the University of Oslo.

Tid og sted: 1. des. 2021 14:3016:00, Zoom

In this online seminar, we will discuss Erik Lin-Greenbergs paper "Cheap Tweets: Crisis Signaling in the Age of Twitter".

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Tid og sted: 1. des. 2021 15:0016:00, Online

Lecturer: Arie Perliger, University of Massachusetts Lowell

02 des.
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Tid og sted: 2. des. 2021 16:0018:00, ZOOM

Radio, mobility, and migration. A view from Kayes, Mali.

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Tid og sted: 3. des. 2021 10:1511:30, Gullhaug Torg 1

Title of the presentation "The Politics of COVID-19 Containment: The Curious Case of Tanzania"


 

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Tid og sted: 3. des. 2021 12:3013:30, Sognsveien 77, room 212

Department seminar. Ragnar Juelsrud is Senior Research Economist at Norges Bank. He will present the paper: "Granular credit risk".

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Tid og sted: 3. des. 2021 17:0019:30, Auditorium 2, Eilert Sundts Building / Zoom

Master of Geography Gail Hochachka will be defending her dissertation for the degree of Ph.D. (philosophiae doctor) at the Department of Sociology and Human Geography.

A Matter of Meaning: Integrating the Deeper Human Dimensions of Climate Change Adaptation to Support Transformations to Sustainability in a Global Coffee Value Chain

Tid: 6. des. 20219. des. 2021

TIK welcomes PhD students to register for the new PhD course "The more than human condition" 6-9 December! 

Tid og sted: 6. des. 2021 09:009. des. 2021 15:00, Georg Sverdrups Hus

The Covid-19 pandemic has displayed the close and vulnerable relationships between human and nonhuman bodies and immune systems. Making links and drawing boundaries between human and animal bodies, human and animal health, have always been crucial in establishing a politics of life. Science and politics are key locations where human and animal health are aligned, separated, cared for and valued.

This PhD course will explore, discuss, and experiment with different methods and analytical frameworks for investigating the ‘more-than-human’ condition. ‘More-than-human’ encounters take many forms and call for different conceptual and empirical approaches. Where and to which actors, objects, practices, and procedures do we go to study valuations and care practices in science, health, and politics?