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Functions in Excel - workshop
Excel is a well-known application with Microsoft Office. It's mainly used to organize data. This workshop gives you an introduction to a few functions in the application.
Lego Serious Play - workshop
Lego Serious Play is a facilitation methodology created by the LEGO Group and since 2010 is available under an Open Source community based model. Its goal is fostering creative thinking through team building metaphors of their organizational identities and experiences using LEGO bricks.
Russia and the Western Far Right
The seminar “Russia and the Western Far Right” will be based on Anton Shekhovtsov’s recently published book under the same title. The seminar will discuss relations between various Russian actors and Western (mostly European) far‐right ideologues, movements and organisations.
NB! As we expect the seminar to attract a large audience, first come-first served principle applies.
Open lecture with professor Roger Chartier, Collège de France
Welcome to an open lecture with professor Roger Chartier from Collège de France, Paris. The title of the lecture is “Materiality of the Texts and Reading Practices”. Afterwards the audience is invited to a mingle with snacks.
The role of the Museum of Innocence in the literary oeuvre of Orhan Pamuk
The role and importance of material objects in Orhan Pamuk’s works show an increasing development from his first novels onwards, culminating in The Museum of Innocence (2008). Especially in The Black Book (1990), rooms and other scenes are meticulously described down to the tiniest details; in this respect Pamuk has used French 19th-century authors such as Balzac, Flaubert and not least Proust.
(Gay) Panic Attac: Parachute Children and the Politics of Colorblindness
Open lecture as part of the Close Relations conference
Estlandssvenska seminarieserien "Traditionell idrott i estlandssvenska svenskbygder"
Onsdagen den 24 oktober, berättar idrottshistorikern Isak Lidström (Malmö idrottshögskola) om traditionell idrott i estlandssvenska svenskbygder.