Details for events in the 2005-2006 series of Northern Scholars Lectures.
Dr Torkel Franzen: What does Logic Tell us about Mathematics?Thursday 23 March 2006, 5.15pm
Dr Torkel Franzen is from the Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering at Luleå University of Technology.
Professor Barbara Tornquist-Plewa: Memory of Jews and Holocaust in Poland: A Tale of a Former ShtetlThursday 9 February 2006, 5.15pm
Professor Barbara Tornquist-Plewa is from the Department of East and Central European Studies at University of Lund.
Erik Mikael Karlsson: The Inner Drama - on Composing Electroaccoustic MusicFriday 3 February 2006, 5.15pm
Mr Erik Mikael Karlsson is from Swedish Radio Ltd in Sweden.
Dr Dace Bula: Song & NationTuesday 15 November 2005, 5.15pm
Dr Dace Bula is Head of Archives, Latvian Folklore.
Professor Gillian Ramchand: Against a Generative LexiconThursday 15 December 2005, 5.15pm
Professor Gillian Ramchand is from the Lingvistikk Institutt, Det Humanistiske Fakultetet, Universitete i Tromsø.
Dr Gunnel Ekroth: Meat, Man and God: Hierarchies at Greek Animal SacrificesThursday 17 November 2005, 5.15pm
Dr Gunnel Ekroth is from the Department of Classical Archaeology & Ancient History at Stockholm University.
Dr Ingrid Ulrika Dahl: Social Science Seen Twice: Knowledge Production as ActivismThursday 27 October 2005, 5.15pm
Dr Ingrid Ulrika Dahl is from the Department of Gender Studies at Sodertorn University College.
Professor Karin M Ekstrom: Keeping up with the Children?Thursday 29 September 2005, 5.15pm
Professor Karin M Ekstrom is from the Centre for Consumer Science at Goteburg University in Sweden.
This article was published on Aug 17, 2011