Information for students, faculty and staff regarding COVID-19. (Updated: 17 September 2020)

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CEDAR's seminars

The time and place of the seminar is Thursday at 13:00-14:00 in the large seminar room on the fourth floor at CEDAR, Northern Behavioural Sciences Building (Norra Beteendevetarhuset), unless otherwise is stated.

Spring 2020

The spring seminar schedule is still in the planning stage. However, some seminars are already booked and presented below. Soon, a more complete schedule of the spring's activities will be published.

 

January 31,  2020
C304, Behavioural Sciences Building at 13:15 -15:00  (NOTE: Friday and the time and place!)

Giulia Tattarini, Doctoral Fellow at the Faculty of Economic and Social Sciences, University of Potsdam.
Title: The moderating role of gender, family, and welfare regimes in the relationship between unemployment and self-perceived health: Longitudinal results from Germany and Europe.

This is a joint seminar between CEDAR and Dept. of Sociology, Umeå University. 

February 20, 2020

Jessica Dimka, Marie Skłodowska-Curie Research Fellow, Oslo Metropolitan University. 
Title: Using Historical Data to Study the Role of Disability in Flu Pandemic Outcomes.

There will be a post seminar at the local pub Rött, after the seminar. Time for this event will soon be announced.  

 

February 27, 2020

Martin Kolk, Researcher at SUDA (Stockholm University Demography Unit), Stockholm University.
Title:
The shadow of peasant past: Seven generations of inequality persistence in Northern Sweden.

March 12, 2020

Aníko Bíró, Researcher at Institute of Economics, Centre for Economic and Regional Studies in Budapest, Hungary.
Title: Job loss, disability insurance and health expenditure.

March 19, 2020

Magdalena Sjöberg, PhD, Dept. of Sociology, Umeå University. 
Title: Young mothers' identity work and Digital parenting.

 

May 7, 2020

Neda Agahi, researcher at Aging Research Center (ARC), Karolinska Institutiet.
Title: Alcohol consumption in the older population: changes over time and in relation to major life.