Ageing and Demographic Changes in Late Modern Society –
A Transnational PhD- course – offered in spring term 2021
The aim of the course is to provide knowledge about, as well as tools for analyzing, defining, and using, concepts such as health, disease, illness, and quality of life, that is, key concepts in the research area ”Health and Society”. You´ll meet and collaborate with fellow PhD students from several countries.
The course is annually offered from 2021
The course focuses on care work, dementia, and welfare technologies related to welfare state politics, ageing theories and ethical issues. Mixed methods and qualitative approaches will be represented.
The course presents critical perspectives from social sciences and the humanities. Cases from a number of countries will be introduced by professionals with practical experience in the field.
The course will offer possibilities to work with theories on and research in the field of ageing, involving students own projects.
On a networking level, the course gives a unique opportunity to meet PhD students from the participating countries and establish contacts for future collaboration. You also meet a transnational and interdisciplinary team of researchers/teachers.
The course counts for 3 ECTS.
The working formats are literature studies, seminars and lectures. In order to promote discussion, the student is required to study the assigned literature prior to each lecture/seminar to be able to present and discuss. The course also includes a seminar where the student’s final assignment will be presented and discussed.
All participants are invited to join a transnational Alumni-network on ageing studies. A Certificate of attendance will be given. The working language is English.
Alumni (available in the fall 2021)
Course Instructor/Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org