DAGENS

 Dagens is a lunch seminar series organized by HumDok. Everyone at the faculty is welcome to attend and the seminars build on four simple ideas: 1) HumDok books a lecture hall, 2) People bring their lunch and meet up at 12 o'clock, 3) A PhD candidate holds a 20 min. presentation, 4) The floor is open for discussions. 

 

Presenters are free to talk about whatever they like and each seminar is about 1 hour long. You can always send us an email if you're interested in hosting a seminar in the future. Preparations for next semester's lunch menu are already under way.


 

Spring menu

2019

 

Indigenous owned media: A developing research field in media studies

Speaker: Camila Emboava Lopes

Subject: Culture and Media Studies..........................19/2 12.00 HC104

 

Tangible communication of emotions with digital companion for managing stress app

Speaker: Monika Jingar

Subject: Computing Science..................................25/2 12.00 HC104

 

Plants and light: Beautiful mysteries of our universe

Speaker: André Graça

Subject: Wolfgang Schröder Lab, Department of Chemistry.....13/3 12.00 HC104

 

Science before the court: Expertise, science and policy at the 1983 oral galvanism trial in Stenungsund

Speaker: Jonatan Samuelsson

Subject: Hist., Phil., and Religious Studies................20/3 12.00 HC104

 

Exploring the rural schoolscape

Speaker: Andreas Nuottaniemi

Subject: Language Studies...................................27/3 12.00 HC104

Immigrant adult motivation to learn Swedish as a second language

Speaker: Manar Halwani

Subject: Language Studies....................................6/5 12.00 HC104

Multilingualism and multilingual literacy practices in the later years of compulsory school

Speaker: Selja Kilim

Subject: Language Studies...................................20/5 12.00 HC108

Translation as a change of focus in Colombian poetry of the 20th Century

Speaker: Juanita Olivera

Subject: Language Studies....................................7/6 12.00 HC108

Fall menu

2018

 

 

 

Art education and the Fundamental Values

Speaker: Hanna Ahrenby

Subject: Creative Studies - Teacher Education...............29/9 12.00 HC104

 

Coercion and deception in persuasive technologies

Speaker: Timotheus Kampik

Subject: Computing Science..................................3/10 12.00 HC104

 

Intelligent User Interfaces- UX + AI an Introduction

Speaker: Monika Jingar

Subject: Computing Science.................................19/11 12.00 HC104

 

To be or not to be a Swede:
Swedish speaking Civil Guards in Finland 1918-1939

Speaker: Cecilia Hortlund

Subject: History...........................................21/11 12.00 HC106

 

A song for the silverfish from silurian

Speaker: Caroline Owman

Subject: Museology.........................................28/11 12.00 HC104

Full of Sound and Fury:
Narrating Decreased Sound Tolerance in Literature

Speaker: Elena Glotova

Subject: Language Studies...................................5/12 12.00 HC106

Linguistic Landscapes in Language Planing

Speaker: Ronia Anacoura

Subject: Language Studies..................................10/12 12.00 HC104

Spring menu

2017

 

 

 

Pulling the trigger never killed anyone

- On absences and causes

Speaker: Bram Vaassen

Subject: Philosophy.........................................26/4 12.00 HB206

 

Islam, Peace and Nonviolence

- The thinking of Maulana Wahiduddin Khan

Speaker: Mattias Dahlkvist

Subject: Religious Studies..................................10/5 12.00 HB206

 

Gelatinous matter, or should we think about

jellyfish when we read Clarice Lispector?

Speaker: Jenny Jarlsdotter Wikström

Subject: Literature.........................................24/5 12.00 HB206

 

Breathing Mercury: An Outline History

of Swedish Dental Amalgam Controversy

Speaker: Jonte Samuelsson

Subject: History of ideas....................................7/6 12.00 HB206

 

Fall Menu

2016
 

Harry Potter

exists (but isn't a wizard)

Speaker: Bram Vassen (philosophy).................................21/9 12.00 HC205

 

 

Debunking folkloristic tales

about Jämtland place names

Speaker: Josefin Devine (nordic languages).......................13/10 12.00 HC205

 

What’s love(metaphors)

got to do with it?

Speaker: Per Boström (language studies)..........................30/11 12.00 HC205

 

Reading 5000 governmental

reports with digital tools

Speaker: Fredrik Norén (media studies)...........................21/12 12.00 HC205