Uppsala Religion and Society Research Centre (CRS)

Research seminars autumn 2018

2018-06-19

CRS research seminars are a complement to higher seminars tied to a particular discipline and give researchers the opportunity to present and discuss research with a focus on religion and society in a multi-disciplinary setting.

The seminars are open to researchers from all disciplines who are interested in research in this field.During the autumn term 2018 a collaboration between CRS and the research seminar in Ethics is starting with three multi-disciplinary seminars with a particular focus on Human Rights

12 September, kl 14-16 Sal:  Eng 2-0022 (in English)

Climate existence: Environmental challenges and social, legal, political and theological perspectives – (i samarbete med CEMUS)

19 September, kl 15-17 Sal:2-1077

Human Rights (i samarbete med högre seminariet i etik)

  • Text seminar, details TBC

21 September, kl 10-12 Sal: 6-0031

Resilience, mental health and social participation among refugees in Sweden

At the seminar researchers from Röda Korsets högskola and RESPOND will present their research which focuses on the topics above.

(i samarbete med RESPOND: Multilevel governance of migration och högre seminariet i religionspsykologi)

2 October, kl 13-15 Sal: Eng 22-1009

A survey draft for a study among Syrian refugees in Sweden and Turkey. Discussion of material from RESPOND: Multilevel governance of migration. (i samarbete med högre seminariet i religionspsykologi)

18 October, kl 13-15 Sal: Eng 22-1009 (in English)

Gendered aspects of the role of FBOs as social welfare providers in Brazil, for women who suffer violence in their lives. Pentecostalism in Brazil.

Kim Beecheno, Phd Guest Researcher CRS (Teaching Fellow | Department for International Development (DID), School of Global Studies, SSPP | King's College London)

Discussant: Emir Mahieddin, Researcher at the CéSor, CNRS, Paris

24 October, kl 15-17 Sal: Eng 22-0031

Human Rights (i samarbete med högre seminariet i etik)

Presentation of working material from the project “The Best Mankind Has to Give: The Child Rights Convention in the History of International Human Rights" Linde Lindqvist, Postdoctoral researcher in Ethics, UU.

Discussant: Rebecca Thorburn Stern, jur. dr., Associate Professor Public International Law, Faculty of Law, UU.

The seminar will be followed by a post-seminar in celebration of United Nations Day.

14 November, kl 15-17 Sal: Eng 22-0031

Human Rights (i samarbete med högre seminariet i etik)

21 November kl 13-17 Sal: Humanistiska teatern

Methods workshop: Visual material, innovation in research methods and ethical implications

Inledare: Tomas Axelsson, Högskolan Dalarna.

(i samarbete med högre seminariet i religionssociologi)

6 December kl 13-15 Sal: Eng 22-1009

Agenda 2030 – What is the relevance for my research and what relevance does my research have for Agenda 203