The Department of Politics and Society is a vibrant focal point for research and teaching activities that cover a wide span of social issues, emphasising both the past and the present. The department regularly organises different events in order to facilitate and stimulate scholarly discussions. Such events include small workshops, symposia, (PhD) seminars as well as large conferences involving both students, staff and invited scholars from around the world.
01.03.2023 at 13.00 PM - 14.30 PM
The Danish Special Act on Ukrainian Displaced Persons
Presenters Lindholm and Al-Sami endeavor in this seminar to explain the background and scope of the 'Danish Special Act on Ukrainian Displaced Persons'. They aim also to compare the Act with previous special acts relating to war refugees in Denmark as well as to the EU Temporary Protection Directive, enacted in response to the influx of Ukrainian refugees. Finally, the situation of persons not included under the Act is considered.
28.03.2023 at 13.30 PM - 16.00 PM
Research seminar: When intersectionality travels
The aim of this seminar is to address and discuss how intersectionality can help us to explore how the markers of racialisation intersects with other markers such as gender, class, sexuality, nationality etc. within the context of Europe.
29.03.2023 at 11.00 AM - 30.03.2023 at 14.00 PM
Invitation to PhD workshop 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.
30.03.2023 at 14.00 PM - 15.30 PM
Care and conflict in the school lives of children and adolescents with migrant backgrounds in Denmark
In this seminar, Anne Sofie Børsch and Kathrine Vitus will present two different and independent studies following practices among school children with migrant backgrounds.
24.04.2023 at 15.00 PM - 16.30 PM
MIX international online seminar series – easyRights: Supporting migrants’ access to their rights
Design is not often considered in the perspectives for addressing migrant rights. This presentation is therefore expected to trigger a debate not only on the solutions but also on how design can propose a strategy for reducing the gap between migrants and their own rights. Everyone working on migration rights from different disciplinary perspectives is invited to participate.
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