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Nyheder fra Kultur og Globale Studier
Nyheder fra Institut for Kultur og Globale Studier
Anja Kublitz has co-written an article published in Anthropology Theory
Anja Kublitz has co-written an article alongside Lars Højer, Stine Simonsen Puri and Andreas Bandak published in Anthropology Theory titled ’Escalations: Theorizing sudden accelerating change’. The article investigates not only acceleration in terms of scale and numbers, but also how it is ‘culturally measured’, recognizing that an increase in quantity may lead to new qualitative scales and imaginaries
EU has provided Turkey with armoured surveillance vehicles for more than 600 million kr
Danwatch has examined hundreds of EU contracts. The investigation has shown that the EU has provided Turkey with armoured surveillance vehicles for more than 600 million kr. GRS’ Martin Lemberg-Pedersen was interviewed by Danwatch on the matter.
Valg til Inatsisartut, det grønlandske parlament
Baggrundsseminar for valget til Inatsisartut
Race and Racialization
Race has an ambiguous and contentious presence in contemporary Denmark. In the broader public issues concerning racialization and neo-colonialist discourses and policies are often seen as belonging to the past and with no relevance in a post-racial present.
DIR workshop on "Urbanizing Rural China: Challenges of Rural Governance"
February 23 to 25 the Development and International Relations Research Group hosted a workshop on "Urbanizing Rural China: Challenges of Rural Governance" at Klitgaarden in Skagen.
Why choose the Arctic Studies specialization at Aalborg University and what to gain from it?
Do the Arctic Studies specialization and get new Arctic competences.
Participating in Arctic Frontiers Student Forum
Arctic Frontiers Student Forum 2018 was an amazing experience to share with students from all over the world. Six days in Tromsø, Northern Norway turned into a developing experience, I will never forget.
Fredag skrives slutningen på et kapitel i AAU-historien
I halvfjerdserne var de med til at bygge universitetet op, og både personligt og fagligt har de gennem mere end 40 år spillet en stor rolle på Det Humanistiske Fakultet. Nu holder Gunhild Agger og Anker Gemzøe afskedsseminar.
174 gymnasieelever samles til sprogcamp
Fremmedsprog er under pres i hele uddannelsessystemet, og derfor inviterer Hjørring Gymnasium & HF-kursus og Aalborg Universitet unge sprogtalenter til sprogcamp. Et initiativ, der vækker begejstring hos erhvervslivet. - Får vi ikke flere folk, der kan tale fremmedsprog i fremtiden, kan det bremse opsvinget, advarer en dansk virksomhedsleder.
International honour for AAU historian: Winner of the 2017 Choice Outstanding Academic Title Award
Carsten Hjort Lange and his Danish and international colleagues' conference volume "Cassius Dio: Greek Intellectual and Roman Politician" (Brill’s "Historiography of Rome and Its Empire" series), co-edited with Jesper M. Madsen, SDU, has just been named one of 2017's outstanding academic titles by the world’s largest and oldest library organization, the American Library Association.
Rethinking Global Care Chains through the Perspective of Heterogeneous States, Discursive Framings and Multi-Level Governance
GRS’ Associate Professor Marlene Spanger has co-written an article on Global Care Chains (GCC’s) published in the Nordic Journal of Migration Research as a contribution to the understanding of GCC’s. Spanger’s article investigates the role of the state in shaping GCC’s by combining feminist theory, discursive policy analysis and multi-level governance theories.
Reclaiming the Right to Life: hunger strikes and protests in Denmark’s deportation centres
This week, GRS’ MA-student Jose Joaquin Arce Bayona has been co-writing an article for Open Democracy on the protest movements and hunger strikes in Danish deportation centres. The article is an analysis of the hunger strikers’ situation as “nobody’s problem in no man’s land”.