2008 – University of Copenhagen

2008

  • 16 September 2008, 13:30

    Kick-off conference

    To mark the Asian Dynamics Initiative's kick-off, the University of Copenhagen is hosting a high profile conference in The Ceremonial Hall, Frue Plads on 16 September 2008. » Read more

  • 27 September 2008, 09:00

    PhD defense

    Karl Jakob Krogness defends his PhD-thesis entitled 'The Koseki System and "Koseki Consciousness". An Exploration of the Development and Function of the Modern Household Registration System and how it influences Social Life'.  » Read more

  • 1 October 2008, 04:15-5 p.m.

    The Post-Tsunami Impact on Women in Tranquebar

    Centre for Comparative Cultural Studies, University of Copenhagen and the Tranquebar Initiative, Ethnographical Collections, National Museum of Denmark invites to a lecture entitled 'The Post-Tsunami Impact on Women in Tranquebar, India'. » Read more

  • 3 October 2008, 01:15-3 p.m.

    Tranquebar - then and now

    Section for the History of Religions, University of Copenhagen and the Tranquebar Initiative, National Museum of Denmark hosts the lecture 'Tranquebar - then and now. A personal reflection as pastor in Tranquebar, South India'. » Read more

  • 7 October 2008, 10:15-12

    Family in Crisis: Perceptions of Single Women in Beijing

    Arianne M Gaetano, Postdoctoral Fellow at the Centre for East and Southeast Asian Studies, Lund University, visits NIAS in October and will give the talk 'Family in Crisis: Perceptions of Single Women in Beijing'. » Read more

  • 10 October 2008, 10:15-6 p.m.

    Workshop - Translocal Religious Devotion

    The History of Religions Section conducts an international workshop on Religion, Ritual and Politics in North India and Pakistan on 10 October 2008. » Read more

  • 21 October 2008, 11:15-12:45

    The Moral World of Minangkabau Adolescents

    NIAS is pleased to invite you to a seminar with Lyn Parker from the University of Western Australia. » Read more

  • 24 October 2008, 1 p.m.-3 p.m.

    The Contrasting Cases of Nepal and Bangladesh

    The Danish Institute for International Studies (DIIS) and NIAS - Nordic Institute of Asian Studies are organizing a seminar with David Ludden on: Inequality and Development Regimes: The Contrasting Cases of Nepal and Bangladesh. » Read more

  • 28 October 2008, 03:15-5 p.m.

    Popculture in Japan

    Professor Hamano Yasuki guests the University of Copenhagen to give a lecture with the title 'Popculture in Japan and its Cultural Roots'. » Read more

  • 29 October 2008, 8 a.m.

    How does the EU deal with a rising China?

    The Department of Political Science invites to the guest lecture 'How does the EU deal with a rising China?' by Jonas Parello-Plesner, Senior advisor on Asian Regional Affairs and EU-Asia Relations, Department for Asia and Latin America, Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs. » Read more

  • 30 October 2008, 3 p.m.-5 p.m.

    Guest Lecture - Indian Village

    Professor Dr. Rana P. B. Singh, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi guests the Department of Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies to give a lecture entitled 'Indian Village: System and Tradition in Space, Modernity & Change'. » Read more

  • 4 November 2008, 1 p.m.

    PhD defense

    PhD defense 'Breaking the Silence: Understanding reproductive Trct Infections among Abortion Seeking Women in Vietnam' by Huong My Nguyen. » Read more

  • 6 November - 7 November 2008

    Conference on Human Rights and Business

    The University of Copenhagen - the Institute of Food and Resource Economics, Faculty of Life Sciences; and Copenhagen Business School (CBS) - the Centre for CSR and the Department of Law organises and hosts the conference 'Corporate Social Responsibility, Business Responsibilities for Human Rights, and International Law: Where do we go after the final report of the SRSG on Human Rights and Business?' » Read more

  • 7 November 2008, 1 p.m.

    Un-finished nations in Southeast Asia

    CIDES at the Institute of Society and Globalization, Roskilde University and NIAS -
    Nordic Institute of Asian Studies are pleased to invite you to an open seminar with Max Lane, National University of Singapore and Søren Ivarsson, University of Copenhagen. » Read more

  • 13 November - 30 November 2008

    East and West PhD course at LIFE

    The Faculty of Life Sciences at the University of Copenhagen is running an annual PhD course on the topic 'Food, Medicine & Philosophy in East and West'. » Read more

  • 18 November 2008, 10:00-12:00

    Guest lecture: Franco-Lao cultural hybridity at play

    Simon Creak from the Australian National University guests the Saxo Institute to give an open lecture entitled 'Franco-Lao cultural hybridity at play: How writing the traditional game of tikhi made modern Laos.' » Read more

  • 19 November 2008, 1 p.m.-4 p.m.

    Seminar on Indigenous Peoples in Southeast Asia

    NIAS - Nordic Institute of Asian Studies and the Department for Asian Studies at the University of Copenhagen invite to an open seminar on 'Ethnic Minorities and Indigenous Peoples in Southeast Asia' with Chris Duncan, Ida Nicolaisen, Katja Kvaale and Mikael Gravers. » Read more

  • 19 November 2008, 10 a.m.-3 p.m.

    Introduction to the electronic edition of the Census of India

    The Tranquebar Initiative at the National Museum of Denmark, and the Department of Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies, University of Copenhagen are organizing an introduction course to The Census of India. » Read more

  • 21 November 2008, 10:15-12:00

    Governance in India

    Visiting Professor Amit Prakash from Jawaharlal Nehru University in New Delhi will give a seminar on 'Governance in India: Assessments of an Empirical Survey'. » Read more

  • 24 November 2008, 2 p.m.

    PhD defense

    'The Contingent Rise of China. The Development in Chinese Post-Cold War Security Policy'. PhD defense by Camilla T. N. Sørensen, Department of Political Science, University of Copenhagen. » Read more

  • 25 November 2008, 1 p.m.-3 p.m.

    Tibet Seminar

    NIAS is hosting a seminar with a delegation of Tibetan studies scholars from China on 25 November 2008. Participation by invitation only. » Read more

  • 28 November 2008, 09:15-4 p.m.

    The Growth of Media in China - its impact on political and economic development in China

    The Danish National Commission for UNESCO, International Media Support (IMS) and Copenhagen Business School (CBS) are hosting the conference 'The Growth of Media in China - its impact on political and economic development in China'. Participation is free, but registration is needed. » Read more

  • 9 December 2008, 03:15

    Guest lecture: Writing for Socialisme

    The Chinese Section at the Department of Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies organizes the guest lecture 'Writing for Socialism' by Dr. Richard King. » Read more