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Mette Løvschal talks about Lines in the Landscape in new video

2015.05.28 | Awards

Mette Løvschal in New Video Interview

Today's winner of Aarhus University's Phd award, Mette Løvschal is featured in a new video where she talks about her work "Lines in the Landscape - Boundaries of the Mind". (In Danish)

2015.05.28 | Awards

Mette Løvschal Wins Aarhus University Talent Prize

Archeologist and associated IMC researcher Mette Løvschal has been awarded Aarhus University Research Foundation's Phd prize for her Phd "Lines in the Landscape - Boundaries of the Mind". The prize is being presented to the winners at a ceremony taking place today at Aarhus University. Congratulations, Mette!

2015.05.11 | Talent development

Postdoc Position Examining the Neural Correlates of Music Prediction

Applications are invited for a postdoctoral position to join the new Center for Music In the Brain (MIB) investigating neurobiological foundations of music at Aarhus University.

2015.05.11 | Talent development

PHD Positions at the New Center for Music In the Brain

Applications are invited for PhD positions to join the new Center for Music In the Brain (MIB) investigating neurobiological foundations of music at Aarhus University.

2015.05.04 | Education

Copenhagen Summer School in Phenomenology and Philosophy of Mind 2015

This course will provide essential insights into central themes within the philosophy of mind, viewed from a phenomenological perspective. Postdocs are also invited to apply. Notice: Deadline for registration is May 11.

UPCOMING EVENTS

Tue 02 Jun
11:00-12:30 | Interacting Minds Centre, Nobelparken, building 1483, 3rd floor, Aarhus University
"The mind/body split: regulating gendered embodiment in Denmark"
In this talk Chris Dietz will consider how recent changes in government policy on gender recognition in Denmark could be considered through the lens of the mind/body split, with gender identity liberalised in accordance with experience while body modification is restricted and actively questioned in legal understandings and debates.
Tue 09 Jun
11:00-12:30 | IMC, Aarhus University, Nobelparken, building 1483, 3rd floor.
IMC seminar: Dimitris Xygalatas
Title and abstract for this talk TBA.
Wed 10 Jun
09:30-15:30 | VIA Læreruddannelsen, Aarhus and Aarhus University
RETHINK Our Common Future: Transforming the Heart of Education
Den 10. – 12. juni 2015 sættes under overskriften “Rethink Our Common Future: Transforming the Heart of Edcuation” fokus på forskning om og erfaringer med forsøg på at skabe læringsmiljøer, som giver børn og unge bedre muligheder for at kunne være medskabere af et mere bæredygtigt samfund.
Tue 16 Jun
11:00-12:30 | IMC meeting room, Nobelparken, building 1483, 3 - 8000 Aarhus C
Daniel Lende: The Cycle of Addiction and the Neuroanthropology of Ritual
Addiction consists of a cycle of behaviors and experiences that lead to great excess and lost engagement in other social activities. his talk will use neuroanthropology, the integration of neuroscience and anthropology, to better explain the cycle of addiction.
Tue 16 Jun
13:00-17:00 | Aarhus University, Denmark
“Culturing Ebola:” Humanitarian Aid, Biosecurity, and Local Response in Post-conflict Contexts
The workshop will focus upon the global capacity for recognizing, supporting, engaging, and directing community-based responses in contexts of crises. With medical anthropologist, Sharon Abramowitz.

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