The research seminars at the School of Education and Communication are open to all researchers, teachers and doctoral students at the university. No preregistration is required.

Upcoming seminars 2022

7 October - Research plan seminar in Education: Björn Bradling

The title of the thesis is "Transformativt och kulturellt möjliggörande lärande i gymnasiets litteraturundervisning".

Time: 10:00
Place: https://ju-se.zoom.us/j/67682739400

20 October - Research plan seminar in Education: Asia Della Rosa

The title of the thesis is "DeW-SE, Decolonial explorations of Whiteness in Swedish Education. A case-study of identity-positionalities in teacher education through an intersectional lens".

Time: 13:00
Place: Ha208, HLK and Zoom: https://ju-se.zoom.us/j/6269502044?pwd=L1pHOEdLTldmQmRkOXh3c1l6YUowQT09
Passcode: 1234

20 October - Research plan seminar in Education: Matthew Glass

The title of the thesis is "Remembering and Constructing Memories across Time".

Time: 14:00
Place: Ha208, HLK and Zoom: https://ju-se.zoom.us/j/6269502044?pwd=L1pHOEdLTldmQmRkOXh3c1l6YUowQT09
Passcode: 1234

26 October - Midway seminar in Education: Charlotte Öhman

The title of the thesis is "Vårdnadshavares delaktighet i förskolans undervisning".

Time: 13:00
Place: Ha208, HLK and Zoom: https://ju-se.zoom.us/j/69888350387

About the seminars

The overall theme of the seminars is “Education and communication”, but the seminars deal with different subjects, theories and methods.

Some seminars are mandatory:

  • Research plan seminars are held in the research environment to which the doctoral student belongs. On this occasion, the doctoral student gives a brief oral presentation of his or her research plan, whereafter another doctoral student (if there is one in the review group) and a researcher from the research environment discuss the content of the proposal, giving their opinions and providing guidance on how to proceed.
  • During the process of writing the licentiate/doctoral thesis, the doctoral student must present the merits of the thesis at one or two public seminars, depending on the type of degree pursued: a mid-way seminar (doctoral degree) and a final seminar (licentiate and doctoral degrees). The public seminars are led by an external reviewer.