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Energy systems for a sustainable society
Most people living in western societies have tendencies moving towards more energy intensive lifestyles in larger communities. This raises the acute question on how to move to environmentally friendly energy solutions and at the same time creating sustainable societies that care for their citizens.
SEMINAR – HYBRID EVENT: Why Craft Matters Like Never Before
Robin Holt, SCAS and Copenhagen Business School, gives a seminar on "Why Craft Matters Like Never Before". The talk will be followed by a Q&A session.
Vad innebär principen om ”alla människors lika värde” och hur förhåller den sig till demokratin?
BOOK LAUNCH - HYBRID EVENT: A Posthumous Book by SCAS Permanent Fellow Barbro Klein: I tosaforornas värld: Gustav berättar
Björn Wittrock, Marie-Christine Skuncke, Lotten Gustafsson Reinius, and
Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett (in this order) will present the book and its author.
CANCELLED! Queerseminarium: Dis/locating the Queer Muslim in the Archive
The Centre for Gender Research organises open queer seminars for all interested in and/or actively working with the concept of 'queer', through practice, theory or activism.
Universitetshuset, sal IV
Research Seminar - Peace and Conflict
SEMINAR – HYBRID EVENT: Justice, Women and Climate Induced-Migration: A Time for Discourse
Francesca Rosignoli, SCAS and Stockholm University, gives a seminar on "Justice, Women and Climate Induced-Migration: A Time for Discourse". The talk will be followed by a Q&A session.