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Aktuell humanistisk forskning - fyra föredrag
We hereby invite you to join us for an afternoon of four presentations within different areas of research in the humanities. The lectures will be held in Swedish and English, and both languages may be used for questions and discussion.
Political Connections in Russian corporations: quantitative evaluations and mechanisms
with Dmitri Trifonov (IRES)
The 2nd WITTROCK LECTURE - Helga Nowotny
Please note that seats are limited. Registration required by e-mail to email@example.com no later than 1 February.
That’s what our tradition is’: Gender-Based Violence, Honour-related Crimes and Traditional Values in the Russian Federation
Climate Variability and Food (In)Security in Medieval and Early Modern Europe
The lecture will summarise Prof. Fredrik Charpentier Ljungqvist's preliminary findings from two forthcoming articles, both part of his interdisciplinary project “Disentangling socio-political and climatic factors for food insecurity in early modern Europe (c. 1500–1800)”.
Tech-Fika: Introduction to text mining
Introduction to text mining
Tools for communicating research outcomes
This is the third seminar in a course on intellectual property (IP) and commercialisation (3 ECTS) that is provided by Uppsala University in collaboration with the Swedish Patent and Registration Office (PRV). The course includes four seminars and is open to PhD students and employees from all disciplinary domains at Uppsala University.
Michael Boyden: “Climatic Sensibility in American Travel Writing on the Caribbean”
Uppsala Travel Writing Seminar
Tech-Fika: Introduction to web scraping
Introduction to web scraping