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Queer seminar: Who's laughing now? Feminist tactics in social media
Why and how does a politics of pleasure matter in our time?
ZOOM SEMINAR: Race, Slavery, and the Perils of Gift-Giving: Rereading The Liberty Bell and Cassey's Album
Alexandra Urakova, SCAS and Russian Academy of Sciences, gives a seminar on "Race, Slavery, and the Perils of Gift-Giving: Rereading The Liberty Bell and Cassey's Album". The talk will be followed by a Q&A session.
Open Lecture with Karin Kvist Geverts: Sweden and the Holocaust. Challenges and possibilities for Holocaust research today
Speaker: Associate Professor Karin Kvist Geverts, Institute for Holocaust Research in Sweden (IHRS)
Discussant: Associate Professor Tomislav Dulić, Director of The Hugo Valentin Centre at Uppsala University.
Photo: Jann Lipka/KB – National Library of Sweden.
Lunch Seminar: Labor Market Integration Policies for Highly Skilled Refugees in Sweden, Germany, and the Netherlands
Micheline van Riemsdijk is an Associate Professor (Docent) at the Department of Social and Economic Geography at Uppsala University. Her research agenda is defined by the governance of international migration, labor market integration, and the workplace integration of highly skilled migrants.
BOOK LAUNCH - WEB EVENT: Stranded Encyclopedias, 1700–2000: Exploring Unfinished, Unpublished, Unsuccessful Encyclopedic Projects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Maria Simonsen, Aalborg University, present their new book "Stranded Encyclopedias, 1700–2000: Exploring Unfinished, Unpublished, Unsuccessful Encyclopedic Projects".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.