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BOOK LAUNCH - WEB EVENT: Stranded Encyclopedias, 1700–2000: Exploring Unfinished, Unpublished, Unsuccessful Encyclopedic Projects
Linn Holmberg, SCAS and Stockholm University, and Maria Simonsen, Aalborg University, present their new book "Stranded Encyclopedias, 1700–2000: Exploring Unfinished, Unpublished, Unsuccessful Encyclopedic Projects". The event will be followed by a Q&A session.
David Dunér, Lund University, and Jeff Loveland, University of Cincinnati, will comment on the book.
SINAS Seminar: "The Tiger Cages and the American War in Vietnam"
ZOOM SEMINAR: When and Where Birth Spacing Matters for Offspring Outcomes: An International Comparison
Kieron Barclay, SCAS and Stockholm University, gives a seminar on "When and Where Birth Spacing Matters for Offspring Outcomes: An International Comparison". The talk will be followed by a Q&A session.
Guest Lecture by William Haltom. His First 100 days: Can Biden’s Relational Politics Overcome Trump’s Transactional Politics?
The talk addresses the distinction between “transactional” politicking—communication adapted to “winning” 24-hour news cycles with little or no concern for tomorrow, let alone any long-range—from “relational” politicking—communication adapted to at least addressing and perhaps even solving problems over some years by means of compromises, negotiations, and relationships among politicians.
Public Defence: Don’t Mention the War
Lars Wikman defends his thesis "Don’t Mention the War: The forging of a domestic foreign policy consensus of the Entry, Expansion and Exit of Swedish Military Contributions to Afghanistan". The external reviewer is Johan Eriksson, Department of Social Sciences, Södertörn University.