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Basic Sweden - Intercultural and comparative perspectives on Sweden
'Future of Sweden. Towards an Intercultural and International society…or?'
Some Swedish Folklore
Ulf Palmenfelt, professor emeritus at the Department of Cultural Anthropology and Ethnology, and Mikael Norrby, the university guide, will talk about some public holidays that are important in Sweden and why and how we celebrate them. This lecture is held in English.
The Medieval Gallows and the Visby Plague Graves
Guided walk with Mikael Norrby (III) about some less pleasant parts of the medieval history of Visby.
Innovation Day 2019
Innovation Day is hosted by Uppsala University Campus Gotland and Science Park Gotland – a annual event when students will have the opportunity to participate in solving critical societal challenges.
SuHRF Symposium 2019 – Visions for Sustainable Heritage
The Symposium is organised annually by the Sustainable Heritage Research Forum (SuHRF), at the Department of Art History/Conservation, Uppsala University Campus Gotland. This is the first SuHRF Symposium, which aims to explore sustainable heritage from different perspectives and paradigms: as a concept, a practice and a method.
Ontologies and cognitive aspects of Islands and Seascapes
The Interdisciplinary Island and Seascape Research Cluster Invites you to a series of workshops on: Lessons to be learned for humanity - past, present, future
Students and staff are invited to the annual Christmas celebration in St. Nicolai Ruin with candlelight Lucia procession and choir.
Summer courses abroad
Tempted to go abroad this summer, acquire new knowledge and gain valuable credits, all at the same time?
Welcome to a presentation about group ethnology in Methodology Lab!
Professor Marcus Hällgren from Umeå School of Business, Economics and Statistics, Umeå talks about the group ethnology research method that he used in his research when he followed climbers on Mount Everest for a couple of months.
Seminar: On the Shoals of Giants: Caribbean and Pacific Perspectives on Climate Change, Cultural Heritage Management, and the Eradication of Island Archaeological Records
This seminar will discuss case studies from the Caribbean and Micronesia and the natural and cultural processes that have affected the preservation and integrity of archaeological sites on islands, many of which are located in low-lying coastal areas.
Open Conversations on the Potential for New Teaching on Sustainability at Campus Gotland
Researchers, lecturers, and students on Campus Gotland are invited to a series of workshops and discussions on how education can be organized differently to address sustainability challenges.
Sustainability Talks with Keri Facer - Learning to live with a lively planet (2)
‘Learning to live with a lively planet (2) What does climate change mean for intergenerational relations on Gotland?’
Seminar: CV and Cover letter - be attractive!
What is the employer looking for in your CV and Cover letter when recruiting?
Gotland Game Conference 2020
Uppsala University - Campus Gotland have been teaching game development since 2001. The Gotland Game Conference (GGC) is an annual public evaluation of our work. International industry, academia and press are invited to help scrutinize our output, hone our process and celebrate our results.
BUP Symposium 2020
Baltic University Programme (BUP) together with partners will organize a sustainability symposium for the first time at Uppsala University Campus Gotland