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  • 23. oktober - 27. oktober 2017

    Director Sharla King, University of Alberta visiting Institute of Media, Cognition and Communication

    Program:  Monday October 23rd Visit, MEF/Section of education, University of Copenhagen and interview by Professor Karen Borgnakke. Tuesday October 24th Visit, VIA University in Aarhus with afternoon seminar. Short talk by Director Sharla King and others. Host: VIA, Tina Kramer and Cathrine Sand Nielsen.  Wednesday October 25th  Seminar, `Interprofessional education and collaboration – trends and development´ Ethonographic studies in innovative Learning Context, University of Copenhagen: 13:00 to 17:00. Key note speaker: Sharla King, Director of Health Sciences Education and Research Commons, University of Alberta, Canada. Experiences with 25 years of interprofessional education development. Program:  13.00 - 14.15: Welcome: Karen Borgnakke, Professor. 14.15 - 14.45: Coffee break. 14.45 - 17: Chair: Karen Borgnakke, Professor Panel discussion with short talks: Birgitte Nørgaard, Associate Professor, University of Southern Denmark, Clemens Wieser, Marie Curie fellow, University of Copenhagen, Michael H. Marcussen, PhD student and Tina Kramer, PhD student, University of Copenhagen. Venue: University of Copenhagen, Faculty of Humanities, Institute of Media, Cognition and Communication, Søndre Campus, Karen Blixens Plads 8, 2300 København S (KUA 1), Room 15A.0.13. Everyone is welcome – registration is not needed. Thursday October 26th   Visit, Psychiatric in Region of Sjaelland. Host: Sidse Arnfred, Michael H. Marcussen participate.  Friday October 27th Visit, Teaching Centre Humanities (TEACH), University of Copenhagen. Contact: Professor Karen Borgnakke karenb@hum.ku.dk PhD student Tina Kramer fjw788@hum.ku.dk » Læs mere

  • 2. november 2017, kl. 01:00

    Emilie Tinne Lehmann-Jacobsen - Public Defence of PhD Thesis

    Public Defence of PhD Thesis Emilie Tinne Lehmann-Jacobsen:Inside a contested profession: a comparative study of journalism in Singapore and Vietnam Assessment Committee:Associate Professor Mette Mortensen (chair), University of CopenhagenProfessor Folker Hanusch, University of ViennaAssociate Professor Poul Erik Nielsen, Aarhus University             Moderator of the defence:Professor Hans-Jörg Trenz, University of Copenhagen Abstracts are available in English and DanishCopies of the thesis will be available for consultation at the following three places: at the Information Desk of the Library of the Faculty of Humanities; in Reading Room East of the Royal Library (the Black Diamond), and at the Department of Media, Cognition and Communication, Karen Blixens Vej 4. » Læs mere

  • 3. november 2017, kl. 14:15-16:00

    The Mary-Go-Round

    CFS Lecture by Galen Strawson, Professor at the Department of Philosophy, University of Texas at Austin and Affiliated Professor in Philosophy at the Department of Media, Cognition and Communications, University of Copenhagen. » Læs mere

  • 6. november 2017, kl. 14:15-16:00

    Locke on personal identity

    CFS Lecture by Galen Strawson, Professor at the Department of Philosophy, University of Texas at Austin and Affiliated Professor in Philosophy at the Department of Media, Cognition and Communications, University of Copenhagen. » Læs mere

  • 9. november 2017, kl. 10:00-12:00

    Voting with money - philanthropy and education policy

    Public lecture by Professor Stephen Ball from Institure of Education, University College London.

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  • 10. november 2017, kl. 11:00-16:00

    Literacy and citizenship in the digital age

    The aim of this international seminar is to reinstate the debate about 'digital literacy' within the democratic tradition and historical ethos of our educational systems. » Læs mere

  • 27. november - 28. november 2017

    LIFESTAT: Final Symposium

    Final Symposium. » Læs mere

  • 28. maj - 30. maj 2018

    Philosophical Issues in Psychiatry V

    The Problems of Multiple Levels, Explanatory Pluralism, Reduction and Emergence.
    For the fifth conference in this series we are exploring how the field of psychiatry incorporates more viable explanatory approaches than almost any other discipline in a modern university. » Læs mere