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City Walks on The History of Racism in Uppsala
Centre for Multidisciplinary Studies on Racism (CEMFOR) introduces digital City Walks on The History of Racism in Uppsala.
Pandemi i det arktiska norr: Insikter från ett pågående supradisciplinärt och tvärvetenskapligt forskningsprojekt om covid19 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
Hansalbin Sältenberg, PhD-student in Gender Studies (Lund University), presents his ongoing research project on contemporary anti-Jewish racism in Sweden.
"And peace upon the Israel of God": A non-reformation reading of Paul
Book Release: Svartskalle – en svensk historia
Book release: Svartskalle - A Swedish History
Guest Lecture: The Diversity Mandate in US Biomedical Research: Precision, Inclusion, and Equity
This talk shares some preliminary findings from an ongoing study of precision medicine research initiatives in the US that explicitly seek to diversify populations represented in biomedical research.
George Montandon, the Ainu and the Theory of Hologenesis
Pentecostalism and social media in Brazil: Faith and the digital production of gendered, racialized and class-based Pentecostal bodies
Book release and seminar: Faith-Based Health Justice in Times of Global Trauma and Transformation
Charity alone can provide but a fraction of an answer to the global health challenges of the 21st century. Faith-Based Health Justice: Transforming Agendas of Faith Communities, a new volume discussing faith and health justice today, has raised such questions.