Pinni B building, lecture hall B1097, address: Kanslerinrinne 1.
Institute for Advanced Social Research (IASR)
Lecture by Dr Ilkka Pietilä, IASR
IASR Lectures 2016-2017, Autumn
20.09. Staging Freedom: Event, Narration, People
Dr Mahmut Mutman, IASR
04.10. Capturing life as it is lived: Research on social media use
Dr Christine Syrek, University of Trier
18.10. End of Universalism – What about the Nordic Success Story?
Professor emeritus Jorma Sipilä, IASR
01.11. FINLAND 101: Where are we going?
Dr Heikki A. Kovalainen, IASR
15.11. Attributing Political Minds: Narratological Analysis of Politicians' Online Interviews
Professor Mari Hatavara, IASR
29.11. WHAT'S UP HEALTHCARE? - A peek into the recent trends and future challenges
Dr Liina-Kaisa Tynkkynen, IASR
13.12. Managing Uncertainties of Health in the Age of Risk
Dr Ilkka Pietilä, IASR
What is the IASR? – The Institute for Advanced Social Research, IASR) is the research collegium of the University of Tampere. It grants annually one- or two-year research positions for Professorial Fellows, Senior Fellows and Postdoctoral Fellows studying society to promote high-level multidisciplinary research and international interaction in the university.
What are the IASR Lectures? – The IASR Lectures is a series of Studia Generalia Lectures in the Study of Society, which the University of Tampere Institute for Advanced Social Research organizes bimonthly.
IASR Lectures are given by research fellows as well as distinguished guests of the institute. Please check the IASR website and bulletin boards regularly.
Most doctoral students can also get 2 ECTS for attending a minimum of six IASR Lectures, altogether 6 ECTS at the maximum. These 2 ECTS for attending 6 lectures can be earned during two successive terms.