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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
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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.
Open Lecture with Rebecca Thorburn Stern. Migrant Children: A Rights-Based Perspective
In this talk, Rebecca Thorburn Stern discusses what it means to apply a rights-based perspective on migrant children, children in forced migration in particular, and the consequences this might have, for example, in the assessment of the right to international protection.
Book Launch: The Cambridge Companion to Legal Positivism
The book will be presented at the annual IVR conference, which this year carries the title: Reflections on the Law – Perils, Potentials, Perspectives.
Open Lecture: The Unknown Success of Peacekeeping – But Why Does it Work?
In this lecture Sundberg reviews the “unknown” success of UN peacekeeping missions and presents where current research stands on what peacekeepers do and why it works.
Webinar: Parades in the Year of Covid: Russia’s Commemorations of World War Two in 2020
The event will be held on Zoom https://uu-se.zoom.us/j/66595052408
The awful smell of garbage: What we learned of studying Tehran's garbage archaeologically?
This lecture is part of the SAR (Scholars at Risk) Speaker Series.
Sami Rights in the Nordics
In this lecture, Åsa Larsson Blind will be discussing the Sami people and what the current situation is like in Sweden, as well as what it is like for Sami living in other areas.
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Processing Alterity, Enacting Europe
This lecture draws on a ten-year long research line on the morphology of government institutions and data infrastructures and focuses on the data-aided management of third country nationals to follow the construction of the European order.
Making Sense of the 2020 U.S. Election: Political and Cultural Consequences
A Digital Symposium
Guest Lecture by Aili Mari Tripp. Seeking Legitimacy: Why Arab Autocracies Adopt Women’s Rights
The talk is based on Aili Tripp’s recent book, Seeking Legitimacy: Why Arab Autocracies Adopt Women's Rights (Cambridge University Press, 2019) in which she explains why autocratic leaders in Morocco, Tunisia and Algeria embraced more extensive legal reforms of women's rights than their Middle Eastern counterparts.
Open Lecture: Racisms before Race? Early Modern French Travel Writing to the Caribbean
This talk explores how enslaved people were represented in texts before the institutionalization of slavery in order to trace the emergence of modern forms of racisms.
Learning to be Unbiased: Evidence from the French Asylum Office
This is a lecture in pre-read format. The publication that forms the basis for the talk is available in the longer description of the event.