Details for events in the 2004-2005 series of Northern Scholars Lectures.
Dr Einar Overbye: Social Security: For the Poor, for the Rich, or for the Middle Mass? Theoretical Perspectives on Redistribution in Social Security Schemes in European, American, African, Asian and Australasian Parts of the WorldMonday 14 March 2005, 5.15pm
- 7.15pmLecture Theatre 5, Appleton Tower, Crichton Street, Edinburgh
Dr Einar Overbye is from Norwegian Social Research (NOVA) in Oslo.
Professor Barbro Klein: Folklore, Migrations and Ethnic DiversityThursday 10 March 2005, 5.15pm
- 7.15pmConference Room, David Hume Tower, George Square, Edinburgh
Professor Barbro Klein is from the Swedish Collegium for Advanced Study in the Social Science (SCASSS), Uppsala.
Dr Christian Krohn-Hansen: Negotiating Dictatorship: The History of the Trujillo Regime through the Eyes of an AnthropologistThursday 3 March 2005, 5.15pm
- 7.15pmG11,William Robertson Building, George Square, Edinburgh
Dr Christian Krohn-Hansen is from the University of Oslo.
Dr Marianne Gullestad: Reconfiguring Scholarly Authority: Reflections Based on Social Science Study in NorwayThursday 10 February 2005, 5.15pmConference Room, David Hume Tower, Edinburgh
Dr Marianne Gullestad is from the Institute for Social Research in Oslo.
Professor Ulo Valk: The Devil in Estonian and Related TraditionsThursday 3 February 2005, 5.15pm
- 7.15pmG11, William Robertson Building, George Square, Edinburgh
Professor Ulo Valk is from the University of Tartu in Estonia.
Dr Jette Arneborg: Medieval Norse Greenlanders; Stories from the DeadFriday 19 November 2004, 5.15pm
- 7.15pmOld Library, Geography, Drummond Street, Edinburgh
Dr Jette Arneborg is from the National Museum of Denmark.
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