Schedule, Fall 2019
Time: Thursdays at 10.15-12.00 Venue: ENG 3-2028 The seminars are conducted in English. For more information and readings, contact email@example.com Schedule, spring 2016 Schedule, fall 2016 Schedule, spring 2017 Schedule, fall 2017 Schedule, spring 2018 Schedule, fall 2018 Schedule, spring 2019 Schedule, fall 2019 [this page]
Schedule, fall 2019
Thursday October 3, at 10.15-12.00, ENG 3-2028 Today’s EV research seminar has been cancelled due to our speaker being unable to travel to Uppsala (all trains between Stockholm and Uppsala have been cancelled until further notice).
Thursday October 17, at 10.15-12.00, ENG 3-2028
“Vulnerability and ‘fylleangst’ (hangover anxiety; ‘hangxiety’). Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for readings.
Adriana Margareta Dancus is Associate Professor at the University of South-Eastern Norway. She researches at the crossroads of gender and ethnicity studies, with a focus on contemporary Scandinavian film and literature. Her most recent book, Exposing Vulnerability: Self-Mediation in Scandinavian Films by Women (Intellect Books/The University of Chicago Press, 2019), is a cultural and socio-political analysis of contemporary films by Scandinavian women as they use their own experiences with globally relevant issues such as race, gender, mental illness, bully-ing, and the trauma of migration.
Thursday October 24, at 10.15-12.00, ENG 3-2028
“Growing desires: an ethnography of feedist fantasies and practices”, Mariana Rost, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS).
Seminar title TBA.
Wednesday November 20, at 13.15-15.00, ENG 4-0019 (In collaboration with the Department of Philosophy, Uppsala U)
Thomas Sturm, Research Professor at Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB). Seminar title TBA.
Wednesday November 27, at 10:15–12:00, ENG 3-2028
Rikard Engblom’s 60% seminar.
Thursday November 28, at 10:15–12:00, ENG 3-2028
Susann Baez Ullberg.
Tuesday December 17, at 13.15-12.00, Engelska parken–Rausing Room
Leyla Belle Drake presents a chapter from her dissertation project.
Organiser: Department of History of Science and Ideas
English Park Campus – Centre for the humanities: http://www.engelskaparken.uu.se/?languageId=1