Joint Courses

Joint courses in the Doctoral School

The courses presented on this page are all offered in English. The Doctoral School also offers free-standing courses Swedish. For more information about the courses in Swedish, follow the link below.

Academic Writing for International Publication

Academic Writing for International Publication, 7.5 ECTS (Autumn 2019)

The overarching aim of the course is to improve the participants’ academic writing skills in English in order to facilitate publication output in international peer-reviewed journals.

Philosophy

Philosophy of the Cultural Sciences, 7.5 ECTS (Spring 2020)

The aim of the course is to provide an opportunity for reflection on methodological and philosophical aspects of research in the humanities. Students are expected to present their projects in class, from a methodological perspective, and the course content will to some extent be tailored to the specific interests of the group.

Presentation

Practical Rhetoric Across Academic Genres, 7.5 ECTS (Spring 2020)

Based on rhetorical theory the course aims to provide skills in a number of genres that are relevant to researchers.

Feminstisk vetenskapsteori och metodologi

Feminist Epistemology and Methodology, 7.5 ECTS (Spring 2020)

The course gives an overview of feminist epistemology and methodology and of central debates in these research areas. The course addresses the development of concepts, starting in the early, classical discussions of gender, knowledge and power.

LE

Linguistic Ethnography, 7.5 ECTS (Spring 2020)

In the course, Linguistic Ethnography and its contributions to research on language and identity in educational and other social contexts is introduced, discussed and problematized.

Kroppen

The Body in Theory and Practice, 7.5 ECTS

The course explores the concept of corporeality by focusing on theoretical terms such as process, liminality, performativity, and the living body, as well as going into depth on more recent theories such as posthumanism and Crip Theory.

Philosophy

Philosophy of the Cultural Sciences, 7.5 ECTS (Spring 2019)

This course provides an opportunity for reflection on methodological and philosophical aspects of research in the humanities. The course is taught in English.

Joint Faculty Courses

More information about the courses offered by the Faculty of Humanities.