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  • Seminars attract pupils from Angeredsgymnasiet to the university

    [2 May 2017] Film at Hagabion, visits to museums and the theatre, short research presentations, text reading and conversation. Students at the Department of Literature, History of Ideas, and Religion arrange seminars for pupils from Angeredsgymnasiet, as an introduction to the University of Gothenburg.

  • From Gaza to Gothenburg with focus on communication

    [21 Feb 2017] With a background as a translator for CNN and communications officer at a university in Gaza, Hala Alaraj came to Sweden and had to start all over again. After an internship at the University of Gothenburg she has now a ¿nystartsjobb¿ and is now working with the web, students and alumni.

  • Guest lecturer challenges our view on shallowness

    [25 Oct 2016] On November 4, Robert Pfaller, professor in philosophy and cultural sciences, holds this year's Cassirer lecture at the University of Gothenburg. Pfaller is a border-crossing scholar who doesn't hesitate to step out in the public and be controversial.

  • The Ph. D. student Giulia Giubergia studies graffiti and memorials

    [18 Oct 2016] Being a PhD candidate can be lonely - but conferences are fun, and the future holds exciting options for you! Giulia Giubergia is a Ph.D. student in Religious Studies at the University of Gothenburg. We spoke to her about studying and career issues.

  • New book on esotericism in Scandinavia

    [19 Apr 2016] How have ideas and movements such as alchemy, magic, Satanism, astrology, Freemasonry and witchcraft influenced our culture and society? Henrik Bogdan works as a professor of religious studies at the University of Gothenburg and is also the editor of a new book titled Western Esotericism in Scandinavia.

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