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Konferencer

Saxo-Instituttet er ofte vært for både danske og internationale konferencer. Ved større eksternt finansierede konferencer hjælper Saxo-Instituttets Forskningssupportteam hele vejen fra planlægning og gennemførsel til afrapportering. Herunder kan du læse om kommende og tidligere konferencer. Du kan også læse om mindre arrangementer i vores kalender.

Tidligere konferencer

2015

Negotiating Cultural Rights

13-14 November 2015
Cultural rights are the new frontier of human rights, and ‘culture’ is now seen as a basic component of political and economic development. At this conference prominent experts will comment on the reports of the UN Special Rapporteur in the field of cultural rights. Read more about the conference.

Food and life-span in Europe, 1800-2000

28-30 September 2015
Copenhagen Centre for Health Research in the Humanities (CoRe) at the Saxo Institute and The Danish Royal Library hosted the ICREFH (International Commission for Research into European Food History) Symposium, in Copenhagen.
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33 Nordic Ethnology and Folklore Conference

18-21 August 2015
"CO" – Co-
productions, collaborations, contestations coming together in Copenhagen. Copenhagen University.
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Oral History i Danmark

21. april 2015 (in Danish)
Forskningsseminarets formål er at gøre status over anvendelse og perspektiver for Oral History i Danmark. Oral History er en fremadstormende og anerkendt forsknings-disciplin, som for længst har demonstreret sin værdi i forhold til social-, minoritets- og kønshistoriske undersøgelser.
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XV Nordic TAG 2015

16-18 April 2015
The Saxo Institute and The Department of Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies (ToRS) will jointly host the XV Nordic Theoretical Archaeology Group (N-TAG) conference at the University of Copenhagen.
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Practices of Order: Colonial and Imperial Projects Conference

28-30 January 2015
The research project Colonial Policing, Law and Penal Practices at the Saxo Institute hosts an international conference on the practices developed by colonial states and empires in order to govern the behavior of their subject populations.
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2014

Visions of Europe in the Eurovision Song Contest

5-7 May 2014
Centre for Modern European Studies (CEMES), Saxo Institute and Aarhus University hosted the 2014 Eurovision conference with a main focus on the multiple visions of Europe in the Eurovision Song Contest.
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Traditional Textile Craft - An Intangible Cultural Heritage?

24-27 March 2014
Centre for Textile Research (CTR) at the Saxo Institute co-organized a workshop at the Jordan Museum i Amman on the social, cultural and economic impact of textile craft and textile design.
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2013

The North Atlantic Archaeology Symposium

26-27 september 2013
During the Viking Age and the Early Middle Ages the Orkney Islands, Shetland, the Faroe Islands, Iceland and Greenland saw colonisations of settlers from Western and Northern Europe. The culture and traditions, subsistence systems and livelihood are themes, which today are of main interest for the field of North Atlantic Archaeology.
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Holberg i Europa

31. oktober - 2. november 2013 (in Danish)
Ludvig Holbergs forfatterskab åbner et panorama ud mod den europæiske idehistorie i tidlig moderne tid. Det dansk-norske, digitale udgivelsesprojekt ”Ludvig Holbergs skrifter” og NFR-projektet ”Holbergs ideologier” afholdte konference om Holberg i en europæisk kontekst.
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