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Queer seminar: Queer lives. Shared stories across differences
What events from their lives do people highlight when they talk about themselves as queer?
ZOOM SEMINAR: Dictionary Craze: Transforming Knowledge across Early Modern Europe
Linn Holmberg, SCAS and Stockholm University, gives a seminar on "Dictionary Craze: Transforming Knowledge across Early Modern Europe". The talk will be followed by a Q&A session.
Digital Book Launch "Superfluous Women: Feminism, Art, and Revolution in 21st Century Ukraine"
Basic intellectual property knowledge
This seminar will provide an introduction to different types of intellectual property and how they are relevant to academic research. You will get an overview of the international systems relevant for patents, trademarks, copyright and industrial design. In addition we will discuss how to protect a product or idea using various types of IP. Register by 26 February.
Thursday seminar: Chemistry or service?
How is ’sugar daddies’ desire for sugar dating arrangements to be based on mutual interest and pleasure played out in a commercial context that is constructed to bypass the requirement of such mutuality?
Welcome to the Thursday seminar: Chemistry or service? Sugar daddies’ quest for mutuality within the confines of commercial exchange
Public Defence: Statebuilding through diaspora recruitment?
Anna Ida Rock defends her thesis "Statebuilding through diaspora recruitment? - The role of capacity, norms and representation for legitimacy in Somaliland and Liberia".
The external reviewer is Professor Isabell Schierenbeck, The School of Global Studies, University of Gothenburg.