Kurser

Fristående kurser läsåret 2021/2022

Nedan finner du utbudet för Humanistiska fakultetens forskarskola, läsåret 2021/2022.

Under HT20 ges kurserna Human Footprints and Environment, Introduction to measuring the human brain using magnetic resonance imaging och Philosophy of the Cultural Sciences.

Under VT21 ges kurserna Academic Writing for International Publication och Humanioras vetenskapsfilosofi, liksom Linguistic Ethnography och Visual Sources

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Fotsteg

Human Footprints and Environment, 7.5 ECTS (Autumn 2021)

The course explores and problematizes the role the human plays in the long term changes we are witnessing on our planet today. It also highlights the ways in which the humanities increasingly make use of the concept of the Anthropocene to question and challenge nature-culture dichotomies as well as the presumed exceptionalism of the human.

Tomographic image of human brain

Introduction to measuring the human brain using magnetic resonance imaging, 3 ECTS (Autumn 2021)

This course is an introduction to measuring the human brain structure and function using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and it is designed for research students from any background. The aim is for the students to acquire a broad view of how MRI is used within their discipline.

Philosophy

Philosophy of the Cultural Sciences, 7.5 ECTS (Autumn 2021)

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.

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Linguistic Ethnography, 7.5 ECTS (Spring 2022)

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.

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Visual Sources, 7.5 ECTS (Spring 2022)

The aim of this course is twofold. First, it gives the participants the opportunity to reflect over their own thesis with a wider visual theoretical perspective. Second, it offers a generally widened awareness regarding technical, theoretical and methodological perspectives in relation to images and other visual sources.

Academic Writing for International Publication

Academic Writing for International Publication, 7.5 ECTS (Spring 2022)

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

Philosophy

Humanioras vetenskapsfilosofi, 7.5 hp (VT22)

Kursen tar upp allmänna frågor om vetenskaplighet och vetenskaplig metod, med särskilt avseende på humaniora. Här behandlas frågor om kunskap, sanning, vad som skiljer olika sorters vetenskap från varandra och från former av kunskapsbildning utanför vetenskapen.

Open Access

Open Science for PhD Students, 5 ECTS (Spring 2021)

The course gives PhD students essential skills in good research data management and open access publication routes. The overarching goal is to improve the students’ knowledge about good practices in scholarly communication, which involves managing and sharing research data and publishing articles and books in a balanced way.

Academic Writing for International Publication

Academic Writing for International Publication, 7.5 ECTS (Spring 2021)

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

Humanioras vetenskapsfilosofi, 7.5 hp (VT21)

Kursen tar upp allmänna frågor om vetenskaplighet och vetenskaplig metod, med särskilt avseende på humaniora. Här behandlas frågor om kunskap, sanning, vad som skiljer olika sorters vetenskap från varandra och från former av kunskapsbildning utanför vetenskapen.

Fakultetsgemensamma kurser

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Lars Nordgren

Lars Nordgren

Forskningssekreterare
Lars Nordgren
Telefon: 08-16 22 13
lars.nordgren@su.se