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CfA: PhD fellowship in Disaster Risk Management

November 3, 2021

The University of Copenhagen is offering a PhD fellowship in Disaster Risk Management commencing 15 February 2022 or as soon as possible hereafter. The PhD position will be part of the Global Health Section and the Copenhagen Centre for Disaster

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Hybrid seminar/webinar: Elisabeth Schober: “Of Terraqueous Spaces and Waterborne Capitalism. Speculations in Shipbuilding and its Effects on Subic Bay in the Philippines.”

November 3, 2021 - 12:15-16:00

The Departmental Seminar Series features Elisabeth Schober, Assistant professor at the department of social anthropology at the University of Oslo. The world’s seas and oceans are arguably our largest commons: hard to control, impossible to fence off, and yet heavily contested, they have often encouraged

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Online Seminar: “China has arrived as a geopolitical superpower”

November 3, 2021 - 15:00-16:00

China’s rise to superpower status is the most important geopolitical change of our time. On November 3rd , the University of Oslo invites for this online seminar with two international experts on this topic, Elizabeth Economy and Shaun Breslin, in

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Hybrid Booktalk: “”A Japanese Spring – traveling through an eternally astonishing land”

November 3, 2021 - 16:15-17:15
Scene HumSam- 1. etasje i HumSam-biblioteket i GSH, Moltke Moes vei 39
oslo, Norway
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For twelve years, author and journalist Ina Strøm has traveled regularly to Japan. She comes to the Humanities and Social Sciences Library at the University of Oslo, Georg Sverdrups House, to talk about the adventurous archipelago, starting with the book

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Webinar: The Politics of Climate Vulnerability in Southeast Asia

November 3, 2021 - 17:00-18:00

Organizers: NIAS, NYSEAN, Weatherhead East Asian Institute, Columbia Climate School, NYU Wagner, APEC Study Center at Columbia University. Description: Determining who is most vulnerable to climate change, and how, is not a simple calculus. Despite the widespread use of rankings

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