Schedule, Spring 2021
Time: Thursdays at 10.15-12.00 Venue: Campus Engelska parken, room ENG 3-2028 The seminars are conducted in English. For more information and readings, contact email@example.com Previous seminar series: Schedule, spring 2016 Schedule, fall 2016 Schedule, spring 2017 Schedule, fall 2017 Schedule, spring 2018 Schedule, fall 2018 Schedule, spring 2019 Schedule, fall 2019 Schedule, spring 2020 Schedule, fall 2020
Schedule, spring 2021 [this page]
Schedule, fall 2021
Tuesday January 19, at 14.15-17.00, on Zoom
Karl Ekeman’s licentiate seminar. Contact Prof. Mats Rosengren or Prof. Otto Fischer for the Zoom link: https://www.littvet.uu.se/calendar/event/?eventId=56950
Readings: contact Karl (firstname.lastname@example.org) for a copy of the manuscript.
Tuesday January 26, at 13.15-15, on Zoom
EV PhD student Meryem Saadi presents her research plan (with a focus on the methodology) at the Art History research seminar. If you want to attend the seminar, please contact email@example.com for the Zoom link, the password and the reading.
Thursday January 28, at 10.15-12.00, on Zoom
Theme: BAD IDENTITIES, 4th seminar: “Bad imagination”
Cumming, Jeanine 2020. American Dirt. Flatiron Books.
Alter, Rebecca 2020. Why Is Everyone Arguing About the Novel American Dirt?
Shapiro, Lila 2019. Who gave you the right to tell that story? Vulture.
Smith, Zadie 2019. Fascinated to Presume: in defense of fiction. NYRB.
Zoom link: https://uu-se.zoom.us/j/69777154231 (send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to obtain the password)
Thursday February 18, at 10.15-12.00, on Zoom
Theme: BAD IDENTITIES, “Bad fat”
- Hagen, Sofie. 2019. Happy Fat: Taking Up Space in a World That Wants to Shrink You. HarperCollins UK.
- Slatz, Anna. 2019. ‘The Sad Truth About “Fat Acceptance”’. Quillette. 26 April 2019. https://quillette.com/2019/04/26/the-sad-truth-about-fat-acceptance/.
- Ditum, Sarah. 2018. ‘Fat Activists Want to Reclaim Their Bodies but It Is Not “Fatphobia” to Recognise the Risks of Obesity’. New Statesman. 26 September 2018. https://www.newstatesman.com/politics/feminism/2018/09/fat-activists-want-reclaim-their-bodies-it-not-fatphobia-recognise-risks.
- Pluckrose, Helen. 2019. ‘Weight Loss Isn’t Genocide: Fat Activism Risks Lives’. The Critic Magazine. 28 November 2019. https://thecritic.co.uk/issues/december-2019/big-fat-lies/.
- Shackelford, Ashleigh. 2019. ‘Fat Is Not a Bad Word — It’s a Revolution’. Teen Vogue. 26 August 2019. https://www.teenvogue.com/story/fat-is-not-a-bad-word.
- ‘Fat Phobia And Its Racist Past And Present’. 2020. Short Wave. NPR. https://www.npr.org/2020/07/20/893006538/fat-phobia-and-its-racist-past-and-present.
The seminar is chaired by EV postdoc Chris Meyns.
Zoom link: https://uu-se.zoom.us/j/69790453543 (send an email to email@example.com to obtain the password)
Thursday February 25, at 13.15-15.00, on Zoom
Leyla Belle drake presents a chapter from her PhD dissertation on Bertrand Russell’s International War Crimes Tribunal.
Please contact Professor Sven Widmalm at the Department of History of Science and Ideas for the Zoom link: https://www.idehist.uu.se/calendar/event/?eventId=58024
Friday March 5, at 10.00-12.00
PhD Defense: Kristian Sandbekk Norsted
Click the following link for more information about Kristian’s dissertation: Subjects of Feminism: The Production and Practice of Anxiety in A Swedish Activist Community
Thursday April 8, at 10.15-12.00, on Zoom
Theme: BAD IDENTITIES, “Bad academics”
The seminar is chaired by Professor Sharon Rider.
Zoom link: https://uu-se.zoom.us/j/62675171272 (send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to obtain the password)
Tuesday April 27, at 13.15-15.00, on Zoom
Vida Sundseth Brenna presents a chapter from her PhD dissertation.
Please contact Professor Sven Widmalm at the Department of History of Science and Ideas for the Zoom link: https://www.idehist.uu.se/calendar/event/?eventId=58864
Wednesday May 12, at 13.15-15, on Zoom
“Approaching the fugitive life of the enslaved in the archive”
Aske Stick presents a chapter from his PhD dissertation.
The seminar is organized by the Department of History.
Zoom link: https://uu-se.zoom.us/j/68166770531. Contact Professor Maria Ågren for the password: Maria.Agren@hist.uu.se
Contact Aske Stick for the pre-read: email@example.com
Wednesday May 19, at 14.15-16, on Zoom
“Art and the Ethics of Vulnerability”
Axel Rudolphi presents a chapter from his PhD dissertation.
The seminar will be chaired by Professor Elisabeth Schellekens.
Friday May 21, at 10.00-12.00
PhD Defense: Mirko Pasquini
Tuesday June 15, at 14.15-16.00, on Zoom
Chris Meyns presents a text at the higher seminar at the Department of ALM.
Contact Professor Isto Huvila for the Zoom link: https://www.abm.uu.se/research/calendar/event/?eventId=58508
English Park Campus – Centre for the humanities: http://www.engelskaparken.uu.se/?languageId=1