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Department of Arts and Cultural Sciences

The Joint Faculties of Humanities and Theology | Lund University

Seminar Series

  1. Advanced Seminar in Contemporary Continental Thought | The Entire Seminar Series 0(8)

    Studies on the thought of philosophers and theorists whose work follows the paths of contemporary continental thought, especially phenomenology and post-structuralism.

  2. Advanced seminar in Art History and Visual Studies | The Entire Seminar Series 6(41)

    At the Advanced Seminar in Art History and Visual Studies we present and discuss topics related to ongoing research at the Divsion. Researchers and PhD students from all disciplines are welcome to participate. Normally the seminar takes place on Thursdays 12-13. Bring your own lunch. (See the seminar program for details.)

  3. Colloquium in History of Ideas and Sciences | The Entire Seminar Series 9(95)

    This is a public research colloquium held about ten times a semester and focused on studies in the history of ideas and sciences which are presented and commented by the participants. The field is broadly defined, both chronologically and thematically. The colloquium is interdisciplinary in the sense that also researchers from other disciplines, such as for example philosophy, ethnology or political science, which are interested in problems relevant to the history of ideas and sciences, are welcome to present preliminary results. The participants are typically PhD students and researchers in history of ideas and science, but there are also advanced students and other interested researchers. The presentations are made by researchers from Lund University as well as researchers from other universities and university colleges. Often, preliminary research texts are distributed before the colloquium and in these cases, the participants are expected to have read the text in order to comment on its content. The language is typically Swedish, but when required the working language is English.

  4. Cultural Sciences Research Seminar | The Entire Seminar Series 0(63)

    The Culture seminar is the most important common arena of the department for scientific discussion and critic.

  5. Ethnology seminar | The Entire Seminar Series 9(66)

    This is a public research colloquium held about six times a semester. The ethnological field is broadly defined, both chronologically and thematically. The colloquium is interdisciplinary in the sense that also researchers from other disciplines, such as History of Ideas and Sciences, Art History and Visual Studies, Museology and Information Studies are welcome to attend and present preliminary results. The participants are typically PhD students and researchers in ethnology, but also advanced students and other interested researchers attend and are welcomed. The presentations are made by researchers from Lund University as well as researchers from other universities and university colleges. The language is typically Swedish, but when required the working language is English.

  6. Information Studies Research Seminar | The Entire Seminar Series 2(59)

    Information Studies at Lund University comprises the study of the production, organisation, storage, transmission and use of information in its material form, and the institutions - such as archives, libraries and museums - where these processes take place. This also includes research on the cultural, social and technical conditions of these activities, processes and institutions. The discipline is associated with other disciplines in the Humanities, Social Sciences and Engineering. At the Information Studies Research Seminar, focus is on presentation of current work by doctoral candidates and senior researchers from information studies and neighbouring disciplines.

  7. Lund University Seminar for Early Modern Studies | The Entire Seminar Series 0(1)

    Lund University Seminar for Early Modern Studies is an interdisciplinary forum for research on the period 1500–1800, from the Renaissance to the Enlightenment, from the Reformation to the French revolution. Even pre-modern history, ancient and medieval history, is highly relevant to the seminar. Anyone with an interest in pre-modern and early modern history is welcome to attend!

  8. Medical Humanities Seminar | The Entire Seminar Series 0(39)

    HFH Seminar (Health for humanists Seminary) has approximately four meetings per semester in which researchers and graduate students present their current research on health, medicine and lifestyle. HFH-seminar is an interdisciplinary seminar. Are you interested in presenting your research please contact Kristofer Hansson.

  9. Nordic Forum for Book History | The Entire Seminar Series 0(3)

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    A network arranging seminars at Lund University and Copenhagen University.

  10. Research seminar in Book History | The Entire Seminar Series 0(22)

    The seminar is a regular forum for discussion of Ph.D studies and other research projects in the field of book history

  11. STS-seminariet | The Entire Seminar Series 0(7)

    STS-seminariet vid Lunds universitet är ett fakultetsövergripande seminarium för forskarstuderande och forskare som är intresserade av vetenskaps- och teknikstudier (Science & Technology Studies). Kritiska perspektiv på vetenskaper och teknik, dess samhälleliga, politiska och moraliska effekter som globala klimatförändringar, kärnkraft, biomedicin, digitalisering och visualiseringstekniker är exempel på centrala områden inom STS.

  12. The Fashion Seminar Series | The Entire Seminar Series 0(12)

    Welcomes all researchers with an interest for fashion. Together we explore fashion from different perspectives and in relation to different cultural and social contexts through out history and/or in the present.