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ons 13 maj
13:00-15:00 | The Lecture Hall, Moesgård (4206, 139)
Melt & Rise: Hydrological Globalization in the Anthropocene
Anthropology Departmental Seminar with Cymene Howe, Rice University, Texas.
tor 14 maj
09:00-17:00 | Aarhus University
The Ethics of Sharing
What do we share as human beings, what can we possibly share, and what are the limits of sharing? In the 20th century, death and birth took centre stage in discussions of the human condition. Debates concerning the anthropocene have since drawn attention to a further crucial dimension to our shared existential situation.
man 18 maj
14:15-15:15 | The AIAS Auditorium, Høegh-Guldbergs Gade 6B, 8000 Aarhus, (Building 1632, Room 201)
AIAS Fellows' Seminar: Ton Otto
Navigating the present: An anthropological study of human agency and temporality
tir 26 maj
12:00-14:00 | Centre for Urban Network Evolutions (UrbNet) Aarhus University Moesgård Allé 20, DK-8270 Højbjerg Denmark, Building 4230-232
Small data - Big challenges: Facilitating quantitative research of the ancient world
Seminar by Associate Professor Adéla Sobotkova, Postdoc Petra Hermankova, Postdoc Vojtech Kase and Postdoc Antonio Rivero Ostoic (Aarhus University).
ons 27 maj
09:00-19:00 | Aarhus Universitet
Konference: Den tiende årlige RefoRC konference om Tidlig Moderne Kristendom
Arrangeret af Lumen-centeret
ons 27 maj
13:00-15:00 |
Anthropology Departmental Seminar with Elizabeth Ewart, University of Oxford
ons 03 jun
13:00-15:00 |
Anthropology Departmental Seminar with Anand Pandian, Johns Hopkins University.
tir 18 aug
09:00-17:00 | Aarhus University, Denmark
Robophilosophy 2020 - Culturally Sustainable Social Robotics
Once we place so-called ‘social robots’ into the social practices of our everyday lives and lifeworlds, we create complex, and possibly irreversible, interventions in the physical and semantic spaces of human culture and sociality. The long-term socio-cultural consequences of these interventions is currently impossible to gauge. While the use of ‘social’ robots in service functions, i.e. within the care-, education-, and entertainment sector, promises great economic gain, it also potentially infringes upon ethical, epistemic, existential, and other socio-cultural core values.
tor 19 aug
10:00-17:00 | Aarhus University
XIII Nordic Women's and Gender History Conference
With this XIII Nordic Women’s and Gender History Conference, we want to use the anniversaries of the last couple of years in the Nordic countries as an opportunity to highlight and discuss questions about gender, power and disempowerment in all fields of society in a historical perspective.

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