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HS: Kristian Møhler Sørensen (CANCELLED)
The seminar discusses Kristian Møhler Sørensens doctoral research project on library evaluation.
Kristian Møhler Sørensen is a doctoral candidate in library studies at the University of Southern Denmark and a visiting doctoral student at the Department of ALM.
Literary reading across borders
Karina van Dalen-Oskam is head of the department of Literary Studies at Huygens Institute for the History of the Netherlands and professor in Computational Literary Studies at the University of Amsterdam.
Final seminar: Lina Fridlund
Lina Fridlund (Department of ALM) presents the manuscript for for doctoral thesis "'Alla vill åt dem': Berättelser om ungdomar, platser och kulturellt innehåll – En studie av hur ungdomsbegreppet rör sig mellan praktiker, platser och policydokument på folkbibliotek” (in Swedish). The seminar opponent is Dr. Lisa Engström, Lund University. The seminar will be held in Swedish.
Internal seminar on Peer review
The thematic seminar focuses on discussion on experiences and practices of peer reviewing manuscripts for journal articles, conference papers and abstracts and books.
CAPTURE and URDAR
The seminar comprises project presentations and preliminary results discussions stemming from two ongoing research projects on archaeological research data at Uppsala University -- CAPTURE and URDAR.