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CRS Collaboration Day
CRS invites both new and established collaboration partners to join us for a day of discussion of CRS multidisciplinary research on religion and values and how this can meet the needs of authorities, organisations and businesses in Sweden today.
"Vem 'får' skriva och vem 'tar disken'? Ett samtal om akademiskt hushållsarbete i omorganisationstider"
How can we understand the distribution of tasks in the academy? Can it have anything to do with our expectations of men and women? ”academic housekeeping”
"Ras och Genetik"
Research seminar: "Race and genetics"
End of Law
Tormod Otter Johansen, Dr. Public Law, Gothenburg university will present ongoing work conducted in collaboration with colleagues in Law and Theology at at Lund university within the interdisciplinary project – "End of law", (2020-2024). The group is led by Mårten Björk, Lund University and funded by the Swedish Research Council, VR.
Pandemi i det (sub) Arktiska Norr: En supradisciplinär och tvärvetenskaplig datainsamling om erfarenheter, resiliens och social mobilisering under Covid 19- pandemin med fokus på Norrbottens län
(Pandemi in the (Sub) Arctic North: During Covid 19 pandemin with focus on the North of Sweden)
Contemporary anti-Jewish racism and constructions of ‘Swedishness’ – an approach to the study of antisemitism from the field of Critical Race Studies
Race Biology and the Recurring “Discovery” of the Ainu by Western Scientists
In this seminar John Hennessey, researcher at the Hugo Valentin Center (Uppsala University), presents his research on the Ainu people and Western racial classifications ruing the nineteenth century. Kanako Uzawa, researcher at Tromsö University, leads the discussion. The seminar is co-organized with the Hugo Valentin Center.