Tidligere arrangementer

tir 08 maj
12:00-13:00 | Room 1325-240, Bartholins Allé 10
Brown-bag session about young academics’ fierce job situation
Current working conditions and academic culture create a lot of uncertainty and pressure for young academics. A group of researchers has studied the Danish situation and will present their results and discuss the situation.
tor 26 apr
09:30-13:45 | Large meeting room
Workshop on State-Building and Regime Change in Historical Perspective
The workshop gathers political scientists with a historical interests in state-building and regime change, who will meet to comment on preliminary papers on issues such as comparative-historical methodology, how to measure state capacity historically, and developments in respect for civil liberties and constellations of regime supportive groups between 1789 and 1920.
man 23 apr
09:00-17:00 | Building 2610S, rooms S313A+S313B and S514+S515 (Fuglesangs Allé)
Workshop om grounded theory
I workshoppen introducerer Kathy Charmaz sin version af grounded theory. Hun introducerer også grounded theory-interview og kodeteknikker samt giver små øvelser. Workshoppen er arrangeret i samarbejde med Institut for Virksomhedsledelse og Institut for Folkesundhed.
tor 22 mar
13:15-14:00 | The large meeting room
Workshop on DR's year of science
In order to give you a sense of the scope of the possibilities of a collaboration with DR we will be visited by Jacob Sherson and his team from the Department of Physics. Jacob is heading the ScienceAtHome-project and is organising the collaboration with DR.
tir 30 jan
15:00-16:30 | Aarhus Institute of Advanced Studies, Auditorium, Høegh-Guldbergs Gade 6b, building 1630
Afternoon meeting on funding: Sapere Aude: DFF Starting Grant
Are you a young researcher and would you like to explore the funding opportunities in the Danish and European funding landscape? The meeting is organized by the Junior Researcher Development Programme and the Research Support Office.
man 08 jan
08:15-13:00 | A1
Justice and Markets Conference
Markets are utilized to allocate all sorts of goods. But are there any limits to what should be allocated through markets? And what is the role of the market mechanisms in theories of distributive justice?
fre 15 dec
17:00-23:59 | Medarbejderloungen
tor 02 nov
14:15-15:30 | A1 auditorium
Electoral Systems, Party Polarization, and Government Responsiveness
Christopher Wlezien will give a talk on democratic representation.
tir 19 sep
14:15-15:00 | The large meeting room
Guest lecture: Democratic Engagement and the Police
Professor Frank R. Baumgartner from UNC, Chapel Hill will give a guest lecture.
tir 27 jun
14:00-15:30 | The large meeting room (1330-126)
How Incivility On Partisan Media (De-)Polarizes the Electorate
Talk by Professor Matt Levendusky - the leading scholars in the field of elite influence on political behavior.

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