This is a list of events in English. For full list of events at Department of Communication and Psychology, please visit kommunikation.aau.dk/arrangementer
24.04.2020 at 15.00 PM - 17.00 PM
Friday Symposia: Carolin Demuth - On Dialogism
18.05.2020 - 20.05.2020
Networked Learning Conference 2020
A research-based conference on networked learning in higher education, lifelong learning & professional development.
22.05.2020 at 15.00 PM - 17.00 PM
Friday Symposia: Thessa Jensen - On Fanstudies
26.05.2020 - 29.05.2020
PhD Course: Suffering in Contemporary Society
On this PhD course, we will investigate the questions, dilemmas and aporias related to human suffering. This course will be relevant for PhD students from various scientific fields that address suffering in their PhD project or have an interest in including the topic in future work.
01.07.2020 - 03.07.2020
The 18th International Conference on Communication, Medicine, and Ethics (COMET 2020)
The COMET conference aims to bring together scholars from different disciplinary backgrounds involving various healthcare specialties and the human and social sciences. A special emphasis is on the dissemination of ongoing research in language/discourse/communication studies in relation to healthcare education, patient participation and professional ethics.
06.07.2020 - 08.07.2020
The 16th International ISKO conference
The conference explores the connected themes of knowledge organization systems and their role in knowledge organization, knowledge sharing, and information searching. The conference will consider practical solutions as well as the theory behind the design, development and implementation of knowledge organizing systems, ranging from controlled vocabularies, classification systems, metadata schemas through to ontologies and taxonomies.
03.12.2020 at 09.00 AM - 16.30 PM
The Culture of Grief – Philosophy, Ecology and Politics of Loss in the Twenty-first Century
The research centre The Culture of Grief has invited Judith Butler, Jonathan Lear, Arne Johan Vetlesen and Simon Critchley for a one-day seminar on the philosophy, ecology and politics of loss in the twenty-first century.