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Webinar: Parades in the Year of Covid: Russia’s Commemorations of World War Two in 2020
ZOOM SEMINAR: Textual Fluidity in Coptic Literary Manuscripts: An Interactive Seminar
Ivan Miroshnikov, SCAS and Russian Academy of Sciences, gives a seminar on "Textual Fluidity in Coptic Literary Manuscripts: An Interactive Seminar". The talk will be followed by a Q&A session.
Webinar "The Legitimation Strategies of the Putin System 2020-2021: Top-down Initiatives, Political Performances and Popular Responses"
The event will be held on Zoom https://uu-se.zoom.us/j/66595052408
Streets of gold: The role of geography in immigrant assimilation in the United States
Leah Boustan, professor of Economics at Princeton University, will hold the tenth Uppsala Lecture in Housing and Urban Research. Due to the Corona pandemic, the lecture Streets of gold will be held as a digital event via Zoom. Please pre-register via the link below.
ZOOM SEMINAR: Modern Art and the Visual Brain: Why Art Emerges for Image Fragments
Jussi Saarinen, SCAS and University of Helsinki, gives a seminar on "Modern Art and the Visual Brain: Why Art Emerges for Image Fragments". The talk will be followed by a Q&A session.
WORKSHOP: "Considering Governance: Multidisciplinary Perspectives"
MCS@UU 50 years
50 years of education and research in media and communication at Uppsala University. Celebrate this with us during a day of telling stories of the past, of looking at the present, and of thinking about the future of Media and Communications at Uppsala University.
Book release and seminar: Faith-Based Health Justice in Times of Global Trauma and Transformation
Charity alone can provide but a fraction of an answer to the global health challenges of the 21st century. Faith-Based Health Justice: Transforming Agendas of Faith Communities, a new volume discussing faith and health justice today, has raised such questions.