Nordic summer universityNordic Summer University
European Humanities University
Druskininkai, Lithuania
July 18th - 25th 2015

Invited keynote speakers:
Ben Highmore, professor of Cultural Studies at the University of Sussex
Roberta Mock, professor of Performance Studies and Director of the Doctoral Training Centre in the Arts & Humanities at Plymouth University.

Exploring affect is an interdisciplinary network and  welcomes papers drawing on the social sciences and the humanities broadly construed.

About the Nordic Summer University
Founded in 1950, the Nordic Summer University is an independent, non-profit academic institution that fosters intellectual and cultural exchange between the Nordic and the Baltic countries. Focusing on interdisciplinary inquiry, the NSU is open for senior scholars as well as doctoral and graduate students and professionals with relevant backgrounds. Until 2013 the NSU was funded by the Nordic Council of Ministers, but as of 2014 it has been moved to NordForsk.

Coordinators of Exploring affect are Jutta Vikman, Department of Psychology, University of Copenhagen and Johanna Sjöstedt, Department of literature, history of ideas and religion, Göteborg University. Contact the coordinators at .

Read more about the Nordic Summer University on the official websitecial website  and join our group Exploring affect (NSU) on Facebook.

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