Events

Tue 10 Nov
09:00-16:00 | Nobelparken, Building 1483, Room 454 (Floor 4)
VIP course, Doctoral Supervision for Doctoral Supervisors (day 1)
The obligatory course is offered to all new doctoral supervisors at the Faculty of Arts, Aarhus University and is optional for experienced supervisors. It is a process course that takes as its starting point the new doctoral supervisors’ understandings of their role and place in the organization through establishing i.e.: What forms of pedagogy are embedded in different supervisor and student roles? And what practical tools are used to facilitate and cope with troublesome areas? Registration Deadline: October 13, 2020 (time 10:00).
Wed 11 Nov
09:00-16:00 | Nobelparken, Building 1483, Room 454 (Floor 4)
VIP course, Doctoral Supervision for Doctoral Supervisors (day 2)
The obligatory course is offered to all new doctoral supervisors at the Faculty of Arts, Aarhus University and is optional for experienced supervisors.
Thu 12 Nov
10:00-17:00 | Aarhus University
EOKO 2020
20th International and Interdisciplinary Conference of the Research Network „European Cultures in Corporate and Business Communication“ – “Europäische Kulturen in der Wirtschaftskommunikation” (EUKO)
Mon 08 Mar
10:00-10:00 | Moesgård Museum/Aarhus University, Aarhus, Denmark
Volcanic Impacts on Climate and Society
The workshop will extend our range of interests deeper into the past, as well as into the future.
Wed 17 Mar
09:00-17:00 | Department of Archaeology and Heritage Studies, Aarhus University/Moesgård Museum, 8270 Højberg, Denmark
CROSSDEM 2021
Cross Disciplinary Approaches to Prehistoric Demography
Mon 03 May
10:00-17:00 | Moesgaard Museum, Aarhus, Denmark
Creative Tastebuds Symposium
Art, science, innovation and gastronomy meet in an interdisciplinary symposium: How can we use our sense of taste to make new and better choices? And can we rely on taste to guide us well?
Mon 26 Jul
10:00-17:00 | Aarhus University
Medievalism and the North
The aim of this interdisciplinary conference is to explore constructions of the medieval North across genres and media from the Nordic renaissance in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries to the present.