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SASNET Researchers will hold mini talks

On Friday 15 September, Lund University will celebrate its 350th anniversary together with staff and students. To start off the festivities, the USV Centres will have a pre-party where SASNET researchers Admir Skodo and Maria Tonini, amongst other USV researchers, will hold mini talks to highlight the work and research of the USV.
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Photo: Jonas Andersson

The pre-party and mini talks will take place on the grounds of the Pufendorf Institute for Advanced Studies and Lund University Centre for Sustainability Studies, LUCSUS.

Maria Tonini's talk is entitled: "When the patriarchy is not enough. Men's rights activist online communities in India" and will be hold 15.30-16.05 in the auditorium at Pufendorf. 

Admir Skodo's talk is entitled: "Afghan refugees in Sweden from the cold war and onwards" and will be hold 15.30-16.05 in Wrangel 117 at LUCSUS.

The talks are aimed at the USV centres students and staff. 

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