Calendar

Current information about announcements in the research area for doctoral studies is published here. To see open positions for doctoral students, please visit the university’s webpage for job vacancies.

To find out about current events, such as public defences and higher seminars, please visit the below calendar. If the list is empty, there are no current events.

20 Feb
21 Feb

Public Art in the Nordic Countries

Open symposium on Public Art: organised by Art history at Södertörn University in collaboration with National Public Art Agency (Statens Konstråd).

09 Mar

Stefania Milan: Activism and research in the wake of intrusive technology

Keynote in connection with a workshop by the Nordic Network for Datafication.

10 Mar

Dorothy Kidd: Data justice, counter-planning and contention: a research approach

Keynote in connection with a workshop by the Nordic Network for Datafication.

12 Mar
13 Mar

Schema between aesthetics, philosophy and psychoanalysis

An open workshop 12-13 March in Stockholm.

16 Mar

Launch of Baltic Worlds' Special issue "Women and 'the people'"

The articles on the developments in different countries, when read together, tell us something broader about the current transnational polarization around “gender” and the role that it plays for different political projects that claim to speak in the name of “the people”.

18 Mar

Women's Economic Participation in Jordan is among the lowest in the world, what are the causes and reflections?

Open lecture on women's economic participation in Jordan, organised by Gender Studies at Södertörn University.

30 Mar

Politics of Spatial Violence

CBEES Advanced Seminar with Tihomir Topuzovski.

23 Apr

Presentation of the special section: “Post-socialist Revolutions of Intimacy”, Sexuality & Culture, 2020

The lunch-seminar is organised by the Centre for baltic and East European Studies (CBEES).

28 May
29 May

International Conference: New Perspectives on News: Theoretical and Empirical Challenges to Contemporary News Research

This conference aims to make a contribution to ongoing scholarly debates about news and democracy in digitized society, by providing a rethinking of the concept and societal role of news, from a range of analytical and geo-cultural perspectives.

03 Sep
04 Sep

Popular music in the Post-Soviet sphere: Analysing current trends

The workshop titled “Popular music in the Post-Soviet sphere: Analysing current trends” aims to carve out the main contributions currently being made by scholars to studies of Post-Soviet popular music in the 21st century.