31st March: Casper Laing Ebbensgaard defends his PhD dissertation
Rethinking Urban Lighting:
Geographies of Artificial Lighting in Everyday Life
3rd April: Evangelia Varidaki-Levine defends her ph.d.-afhandling
Life History Approach and Professional Identity:
– A Case Study of Greek Female Social Workers in the Private Sector
28. april: Research seminar: Five Ways to Make Architecture Political
Research seminar with Albena Yaneva.
18. May: Paradoxical spaces: Encountering the Other in public space
Invitation to seminar
Paradoxical spaces: Encountering the Other in public space
Invited speakers: Derek Gregory, University of British Columbia, Luiza Bialasiewicz, University of Amsterdam and Olivier Kramsch, Radboud University.
The environment and urban life have been under-prioritized in traffic planning
Bicycles, electric cars and other environmentally friendly modes of transport now play an important role in the traffic debate, which was previously dominated by private motoring and expansion of the motorway network.
Agnete Meldgaard Hansen awarded 'the Mildred Blaxter New Writer's Prize'
Assistant Professor Agnete Meldgaard Hansen's paper 'Rehabilitative bodywork: Cleaning up the dirty work of homecare' has been awarded 'the Mildred Blaxter New Writer's Prize' for 2016.
The middle of the middle-class fights for social reputation through healthy food
While parents in the upper part of the middle class are better at seeing beyond the norm of living healthily, parents in the middle of the middle-class struggle most to maintain and defend their reputations by providing healthy and nutritious food for social events at their children's schools.
International Research Forum on Guided Tours - 5th IRFGT
15th to 18th of March. Researchers, academics, educators as well as practitioners and stakeholders in the tourism trade are invited to share and discuss the latest research and development in the guide trade.
Here you can find researchers, relevant research areas, publications and projects.