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Workshop: Crash course on the study of populism
The workshop is open to everyone, and particularly welcomes postdocs,
doctoral students and master students. Please register by
30 March to Sofia Näsström: firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
Evening Lecture: Women Opposing Right-Wing Populism in Poland and Beyond
New date: April 14.
Welcome to this lecture co-hosted with UF Uppsala - Association of Foreign Affairs.
The lecture will be held in English.
Photo: AP Photo/Czarek Sokolowski
Call for Participants Marie Curie Mock Assessment Workshop
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.