The Department of Politics and Society is dedicated to the study of political and societal developments with local, national and /or international relevance. Our faculty research the past and the present in an effort to shape the future, and we transmit our research into a number of high quality educational programs. The department is located at the main campus of Aalborg University in Aalborg with a branch at the Copenhagen campus.
Women learn to love as survival in a violent society
PhD Sif Lehman Jensen from Aalborg University wants to challenge stereotypical understandings of Muslim women in a new article, published by Feminist Anthropology.
Lebanese election sees significant gains for independent non-sectarian politicians
In this piece, Associate Professor Tamirace Fakhoury of the GRS research group at Aalborg University and Professor John Nagle at Queen's University Belfast provide insights into the linkages between recent elections and the politics of sectarianism in Lebanon.
17.08.2022 at 09.00 AM - 17.00 PM
Invitation to PhD wokshop on "Feminist methodologies: Workshop on field relations and methodological reflections”
This course on feminist methodologies addresses both those explicitly employing a poststructuralist feminist methodology, but also those simply curious about how such an approach may inform concrete fieldwork. The target group for the course includes both those about to do fieldwork and those who would like to engage in further reflection on the outcome of already accomplished fieldwork.
24.08.2022 - 26.08.2022
Digital archives, Big Data and Memory
The final conference of the international network Digitization and the Future of Archives is open to all practitioners, researchers, and others who take an interest in records and archives, including archivists, records managers and privacy/access officers.
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