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

18 May

Welcome to Therese Uppman's planning seminar in Education with the title "Flerspråkighet på folkhögskolas allmänna kurs – diskursiva positioner i interaktion".

Time: 15:00-17:00
Room: Hc222

25 May

Welcome to Richard Lindberg's planning seminar in Education with the title "Folkhögskollärares sociala representationer om folkhögskola som pedagogisk praktik."

Time: 15:00-17:00
Room: Ha208

31 May

Welcome to Git Blomberg's final seminar (lic) in Education with specialisation in Special Education with the title "Förskolans utbildning utifrån barn i behov av särskilt stöd".

Time: 13:00-15:00
Passcode: 162627 

1 June

Welcome to Samuel Raoufi-Kvist's planning seminar in Education with the title "Från studieovan till studievan - En studie i folkhögskoledeltagares formande av studerande-identiteter".

Time: 15:00-17:00
Room: Ha208

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.