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Circus' annual Symposium: Doing research together: The good, the challenging and the ugly aspects of collaborative research
Announcing Circus’ 2nd annual symposium
Webinar "Right-Wing Populism and the Normalization of Racism: Discursive Shifts, Immigration and Moral Panics in Poland after 2015"
Disputation: Mining Futures: Predictions and Uncertainty in Swedish Mineral Exploration
Tobias Olofsson is defending his doctoral thesis. The title of his thesis is: Mining Futures: Predictions and Uncertainty in Swedish Mineral Exploration. The defense takes place Friday October 30 at 1.15 pm in Humanistiska teatern, Thunbergsvägen 3C, Uppsala, and in Zoom.
Digitala förbindelser: Rum, riktning och queera orienteringar
NB this seminar is held in Swedish
The Most Consequential Election of Our Time? A Panel Discussion on the American Election of 2020
The United States faces multiple challenges and the election campaign has been extraordinary. How can we make sense of it, and what can we say about the outcome?
ZOOM SEMINAR: Constitutional Democracy and the Corporation: From Republican Liberty to Oligarchy
David Ciepley - Global Horizons Fellow at SCAS and Associate Fellow at the Institute for Advanced Studies in Culture, University of Virginia, Charlottesville - will present a new analytical, historical, and normative framework for understanding business corporations and will address the question of whether a corporate economy can be made compatible with constitutional democracy.
Roundtable Webinar "Ukrainian Regional Elections: post-Maidan decentralisation, Zelensky’s second year and new dynamics in Ukrainian politics"
NB! The event will be held on Zoom. To attend the event please click on the link https://uu-se.zoom.us/j/64633418424
Gendered territoriality and the contemporaneity of colonialism in present-day Brazil
This talk explores the gendering of land in relation to modern/colonial temporalities and to a nation-state myth in which the post-colonial turns into ideological justification for continuing colonialism.