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Friday 29 October
Bildmuseet turns 40! To celebrate, we invite you to join a digital forum with artists, curators, researchers, authors, musicians, and dramatists.
Friday 29 October at 12:00 until Sunday 31 October at 17:00
Wednesday 3 November
Science, Pseudoscience, and the Politics of Knowledge.
Wednesday 3 November at 13:00 - 15:00
Getting to and from Umeå
The Swedish Migration Agency
Welcome to a symposium at UmArts about how we support knowledge producing practices across the arts, design and architecture within, and in partnership with, university research structures? How can we rethink and expand the idea of the Arts Research Centre? What are the key questions and themes for artistic research today?
The Journal of Northern Studies is a peer-reviewed academic publication issued twice a year. The journal has a specific focus on human activities in northern spaces, and articles concentrate on people as cultural beings, people in society and the interaction between people and the northern environment.
Meet other young researchers interested on issues related to transformative research towards sustainable development.
For researchers, conspiracy theories are a vastly different type of challenge than other types of science communication. How can a researcher best counter a seemingly growing group of people that appears to entirely disregard knowledge won from rigorous scientific endeavours? The Faculty of science and technology will address this question with a lecture series.