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Aglaia Chatjouli, University of the Aegean: "On the poetics of aging in the pandemic context. Reflections from the Greek ethnographic context".
Dorte Frees and Semeh Bejaoui, University of Copenhagen. "Zoonotic transfer of multi-resistant Clostridioides difficile: a rising concern?"
Xuanxuan Tan, Chinese University of Hong Kong: "Assembling Hope and Trust: Public Attitudes Towards Mass COVID-19 Testing Programs in China".
Susanne Højlund Pedersen, Aarhus University. "Taste as a biosocial sense. Reflections on relations between taste in and of food, and taste as part of…
Eimear Theresa Mc Loughlin, Aarhus University: "The Politics of Transparency in the Making of Danish Pigs".
Presentation by Professor MSO Jens Seeberg
Presentation by Michael Eilenberg and Annika Pohl Harrison
Presentation by PhD student Cæcilie Kramer Kildahl Sørensen
Presentation by Associate Professor Janne Flora
Affiliated project: Research Seminar 20th and 21st January 2021
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Rapport ude nu om de væsentligste resultater af meget forskellige erfaringer og perspektiver under coronakrisen i Danmark
Kronik i Politiken af Jens Seeberg, Mette Terp Høybye og Andreas Roepstorff
Rashmi Upadhyay is a postdoc at CAS from 1 October. She will be working with the project" Antimicrobial Resistance and Labour Migration across Healthcare Boundaries in Northern South Asia”.
Xuanxuan Tan is currently visiting Department of Anthropology at Aarhus University and is affiliated to BIOSINQ
On AMR and equitable access to and appropriate use of antibiotics for refugees and migrants
Date and time: 14th September 10-12.30 AM CET.
The event, entitled ‘Microbes: from technoscience to social theory (and back)’, will introduce the project and the research team.
All interested scholars are invited to send a title along with an abstract of 200 words, their full name, email, and institutional affiliation by September the 18th 2022.
CfP for et planlagt temanummer om Epidemier og ’historisk epidemiologi’
Edited by Lotte Meinert and Jens Seeberg
Carlsberg Foundation Young Researcher Fellowship to Janne Flora
Jens Seeberg har modtaget en bevilling på over 11 millioner kroner fra Novo Nordisk Fonden til at forske i smittespredning og migrantarbejde i Sydasien.
Professor of Anthropology at Aarhus University Jens Seeberg has been awarded DKK 11,248,000 (€1.5 million) for the project ”Antimicrobial resistance and labour migration across healthcare boundaries in Northern South Asia (AMR@LAB)”.
Edited by Jens Seeberg, Andreas Roepstorff, and Lotte Meinert
Book by Alex Blanchette
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