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Talvekool 2018 5. päev: Prof. Gregory Alles (McDaniel College) "Religious ‘Facts’ and Facts about ‘Religions’: Factuality as a Problem in Studying Religions"

Talvekool 2018 5. päev: Prof. Ernst van Alphen (Leiden University) "The Affective Turn: The Implosion of Meaning, the Explosion of Information, and the Release of Affects"

Talvekool 2018 4. päev: Prof. Ewa Dąbrowska (University of Birmingham) "You Can not Teach an Old Dog New Tricks – or Can You? Age Effects in Second Language Learning"

Talvekool 2018 2. päev: Prof. Paul Hoyningen-Huene (University of Hannover, University of Zurich) "The Human Sciences between Quantification and Hermeneutics"

Talvekool 2018 1. päev: Assoc. Prof. Ann Komaromi (University of Toronto) "The Circulation of Trash in Art and Social Networks"

Talvekool 2018 1. päev: Prof. Annika Rabo (Stockholm University) "Anthropological Methods and an Analysis of Memory: Migration, Past and Present in Raqqa Province, Syria"

Ann Rigney "Imagination, Materiality, and the Remaking of Memory", intensive seminar "Transcultural Memorial Forms: Contemporary Remembrance of War, Displacement and Political Rupture"

Michael Rothberg " Inheritance Trouble Migration and Transcultural Holocaust Memory in Contemporary Germany", intensive seminar "Transcultural Memorial Forms: Contemporary Remembrance of War, Displacement and Political Rupture"

Winter school 2017 Day 1 Dr. Timothy LeCain "The matter of humans: putting nature back into culture through the environmental humanities"

Winter school 2017 Day 1 Dr. Dolly Jørgensen "Making a user turn in the environmental humanities"

Winter school 2017 Day 2 Prof. David Moon "Place and nature in Russian environmental history"

Winter school 2017 Day 2 Prof. Gregg Mitman "Parasites of capital: tales of ecology and disease in a neoliberal age"

Winter school 2017 Day 3 Prof. Kate Soper "The Humanities and the Environment: Nature, Culture and the Politics of Consumption"

Winter school 2017 Day 3 Prof. Harriet Hawkins "Creating Earth futures? GeoHumanities and geographical imaginations of global environmental change"

Winter school 2017 Day 5 Dr. Jamie Lorimer "What is the wild, and who decides? Rewilding and the futures of nature conservation"

Winter school 2017 Day 5 Dr. Bronislaw Szerszynski "Earthly powers: situating the human within the deep past, deep present and deep future of our planet"

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