The AIAS Seminar Series is a session of seminars given by the AIAS fellows or speakers invited by the fellows. The speaker will present her/his current research, followed by a question and discussion session. The seminar is followed by coffee in the AIAS Hall to continue the (inter)disciplinary discussions and exchanges.
What are the topics of the seminars?
As the AIAS fellows come from various academic fields, the topics of the seminars vary accordingly. For further information about each seminar, please follow the links below.
Dates, titles and speakers of the seminars Spring 2022
- 2 May 2022: 'Literature’s contribution to scientific knowledge: How some European novelists developed a new Darwinian view of human nature' by invited speaker Dario Maestripieri, Professor in Comparative Human Development, University of Chicago, USA
- 9 May 2022: 'Kinshipping in Solomon Islands: Divining the Past for a Future Theocracy' by Jaap Timmer, AIAS Fellow
- 16 May 2022: 'What can coronamusic tell us about the evolutionary functions of human musicality?' by Niels Christian Hansen, AIAS Fellow
- 23 May 2022: Random barycenters arising from Grassmann manifolds data, by Corina-Gabriela Ciobotaru, AIAS Fellow
- 30 May 2022: 'What it’s like to be an international academic in Aarhus. Do’s, don’t, tips and tricks', by Heather Swanson, Associate Professor and former AIAS Associate
The time and place of the seminars?
The seminars take place on Mondays from 2:15 - 3:30 pm, and are all held in English. They are open to the public and held in the AIAS Auditorium in building 1632, first floor, Høegh-Guldbergs Gade 6B, 8000 Aarhus C. If seminars are held online or hybridly it will be announced at each individual seminar entry above.