The CCD seminar series consists of four different strands:

1. The CCD international seminars (always in English). The theme for the spring 2023 seminars is Non-programmatic methodologies (of relevance for communication, culture and diversity). We will have three overarching themes for the international seminars – one theme per semester. The other two are Rethinking concepts/conceptual ideas (of relevance for communication, culture and diversity), which runs in the autumn of 2023, and, running in spring 2024, Southern, Decolonial, Alternative Perspectives (of relevance to at least one of the following: identity, communication, learning, doing research).

2. The CCD working papers seminars (in English or Swedish).

3. Humanities Forum seminars (Humanistiskt forum - in Swedish).

4. The DoIT seminars (DoIT - Delaktighet och Inkludering Tankesmedja [the Participation and Inclusion Think Tank], most often in Swedish).

Please note that all times are CET (Central European Time) or, in 2023 between March 26 and October 29, CEST (Central European Summer Time).


Autumn 2022

Dec 1, 6.30-7.30 p.m.

JU Public Lectures

Staffan Bengtsson, associate professor in Disability research & Radu Dinu, senior lecturer in History. Jönköping University, Sweden

Title: Disability and labour – historical and comparative perspectives (lecture in Swedish)

This lecture offers fresh perspectives on the history of disability and labour in the twentieth century and highlights the need to address the topic beyond regional boundaries. How has the central role of labour influenced disabled people in the twentieth century? What differences can be found between state socialist and liberal-democratic societies? These types of questions will be at the core of Staffan Bengtsson’s and Radu Dinu’s lecture.

Room: Hc113, Jönköping university. The lecture is live streamed via YouTube.


Dec 8-9

CCD international seminar series

(Exact date and time TBA.) Adnan Mahmutović, Department of English, Stockholm University, Sweden

Title: “To the Word-woods and Back: On Language and Speechlessness”


(Exact date and time TBA.) Stefan Helgesson, Department of English, Stockholm University, Sweden 

Title: “The Global South and Reading Practices in Sweden”


(Exact date and time TBA.) Sangeeta Bagga-Gupta, School of Education and Communication, Jönköping University, Sweden

Title: “Communicating with and communicating back”


Dec 8, 1-2.30 p.m.

Digital Futures for Education: Digital transformation in education: paradoxes, hopes, and realities

Conversation 3: Digital transformation in education: paradoxes, hopes, and realities

Digital Futures hub, Osquars Backe 5, floor 2 at KTH main campus OR via Zoom

Digital Futures for Education is a new series of conversations and events that bring together key actors from academia, civil society, and the private and public sectors. Its mission is to provide a colloquial space for discussion and reflection on the digital transformation in education and the role of universities in today’s complex societies. The goal is also to build a community with key national and international educational actors.

Moderator:

Teresa Cerratto Pargman, Professor, Stockholm University and Associate Director Outreach, Digital Futures

Panellists:

Jannie Jeppesen, CEO, Swedish Edtech

Ylva Lindberg, Professor, School of Education and Communication at Jönköping University

Stefan Hrastinski, Professor, Division of Digital Learning, KTH


More information: https://www.digitalfutures.kth.se/event/digital-futures-for-education-digital-transformation-in-education-paradoxes-hopes-and-realities/

 

Dec 15, 2-3.30 p.m.

CCD Working Papers/Internal seminar series

Doctoral Planning Seminar (in Swedish). Margareta Lindström, planeringsseminarium i sal A521, Högskolan i Borås.

Zoom: https://hb-se.zoom.us/j/65441885522

Senior läsare är Susanne Klaar, universitetslektor vid Högskolan i Borås Susanne Klaar - Högskolan i Borås (hb.se)


Dec 16, 12.30-4 p.m.

DoIT seminar series

Hybrid seminar (in Swedish)

Delaktighets- och Inkluderingstankesmedjan, DoIT

DoIT-träff 16 december 2022, kl. 12.30-16, hybridformat

 

Birgitta Johansson

Örebro Länsmuseum, Örebro

 

Dec 20, 1-3 p.m.

Humanistiskt forum (The Humanities Forum)

Lina Rahm: AI Bildung and the Genealogy of Educational Imaginaries

Lina Rahm is Assistant Professor in the History of Media and Environment with specialization in Artificial Intelligence and Autonomous Systems at the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Stockholm, Sweden and presents her research on technological change and the education of citizens.

More information:

https://center.hj.se/center/encell/nyheter/nyheter/2022-11-15-ai-bildung-and-the-genealogy-of-educational-imaginaries.html

The seminar will be held on-campus in room Hc229 with the possibility to participate on Zoom: https://ju-se.zoom.us/j/68749314350


Spring 2023

Jan 27

CCD Working Papers/Internal seminar series

2-3 p.m. Andrea Atterström, School of Education and Communication, Jönköping University, Sweden

Title of article: "Methodological experiences and ethical considerations from email-based interviews with young students having severe speech and physical impairment." The seminar will be held online.

Zoom:


3.00 - 4.30 p.m. Radu Dinu & Frida Wikström, School of Education and Communication, Jönköping University, Sweden Title of planned research project: "Contesting deafness: Medicalisation and deaf Identity in Post-War Sweden".

The seminar will be hybrid: Ha229 (Gruvberger), School of Eduaction and Communication, and zoom: https://ju-se.zoom.us/j/67906290743


Mar 10, 10 a.m.-12 noon

CCD international seminar series

Imke Niediek, University of Hannover, Germany. The spring 2023 theme for the CCD international seminars: Non-programmatic methodologies (of relevance for communication, culture and diversity).


Mar 16, 1-3 p.m.

CCD Working Papers/Internal seminar series

Andrea Atterström, School of Education and Communication, Jönköping University, Sweden

Seminar on her licentiate thesis. "Xxxxx" The seminar will be held online.

Zoom:


Apr 21, 10 a.m.-12 noon

CCD international seminar series

Magdalena Zdrodowska, Institute of Audiovisual Arts, Jagiellonian University, Kraków, Poland
Title: Investigating deaf cultural heritage. Discussing methodology for the Deaf Cinema project

Since the beginning of the film, deaf filmmakers have been documenting their communities’ activities, trying to shape the image of the deaf condition (often in opposition to disability), and express their own artistic visions. Due to the social, cultural, and political status of the deaf communities, deaf films were mostly produced, distributed, and watched in closed circuits of deaf networks. Today, it makes the research of the history and contemporaneity of deaf filmmaking difficult and inaccessible within a single methodological paradigm. During the seminar, we will discuss both methodological and technological tools that can be used when deaf studies, disability studies, film studies, and film history intersect. We will also consider the researcher-as-an-ally model present in disability studies, and how to balance the profit of the researcher and of the community when investigating outside the English-speaking domain.

The spring 2023 theme for the CCD international seminars: Non-programmatic methodologies (of relevance for communication, culture and diversity).