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Die hermeneutische Idee des Erkennens: Sache und Interesse
November 24 - 25, 2008, Villa Lanna, Prag
    Anna Durnová - „Grenzen der Hermeneutik: Versuch einer poststrukturalistischen Kritik der Übersetzung“
APHA (American Public Health Association) 2008 Annual Meeting & Exposition
October 25-29, 2008, San Diego, USA
Ursula Naue- paper presentations (together with Thilo Kroll, University of Dundee, UK): Challenges for participatory research strategies and approaches in Alzheimer’s disease
    Ursula Naue- paper presentations (together with Thilo Kroll, University of Dundee, UK): Homelessness, immigrant status, poverty and dementia: identifying rehabilitative and care needs at the margins of society
Interdisciplinary course “Social Science Approaches to Biomedicine”
October 9, 2008, King’s College London, UK
    Anna Durnová - Invited talk : “Philosophical Perspectives on Social Sciences”,
Inaugural Conference in Ideology & Discourse analysis
September 8 - 10, 2008, University Roskilde, Denmark
    Anna Durnová - Paper given: “Pragmatic Linguistics Re-visited within the Existing Discourse Theory: Discourses on Dying”.
Annual Conference of the British Society of Gerontology - "Sustainable futures in an ageing world”
September 4-6, 2008, Bristol, UK
    Ursula Naue: chairperson of a symposium (together with Thilo Kroll, University of Dundee, UK): Supporting self care in age-related dementia: A multi-disciplinary examination of context factors
European Summer University of Francophon Organisation of European Research in Humanities
September 2, 2008, University of Europe, Tirana, Albania
    Anna Durnová - Workshop Convenor & Moderator: “Frotnières de la langue : linguistique société; politique” (“Borders of language : between linguistics, society and politics”),
Joint meeting of European Association of Studies of Science and Technology
and the Society for social Studies of Sicence
August 21-23, 2008, Erasmus Universiteit, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
    Anna Durnová - Panel chair and paper given: “Governing Dying: Acting Online Through Intimacy”
„Biopolitical perspective and the margins of life“,
August 19-21, 2008, SES, European Summer Academy on Bioethics, Ludwigshafen, Deutschland.
    Anna Durnová - Talks on: “Introduction to Biopolitical Perspective of Margins of Life” and “New Actors in Biopolitics: from “Home” to “online communities””.
3rd International Conference in Interpretive Policy Analysis
June 19-21, 2008, University of Essex, UK
    Anna Durnová - paper presentation: Pragmatic linguistics re-visited within the interpretative policy analysis: discourses on dying
Society for Disability Studies 21st Annual Conference
June 18-21, 2008, New York, USA
Ursula Naue - paper presentation: ‘A matter of context’: Disability Studies and the ambiguous meaning of space
3rd Annual Symposium of the PLSSN
June 14, 2008, Helsinki, Finland
Georg Lauß - paper presentation: Accessing the ‘bank of life itself’
18th Alzheimer Europe Conference
May 22-25, 2008, Oslo, Norway
    Ursula Naue - two paper presentations (both together with Thilo Kroll, University of Dundee, UK): The state and context of evidence production and knowledge translation in dementia rehabilitation, and: Challenges for participatory research strategies and approaches in Alzheimer’s disease
Centre for Society and Genomics (NL) & Economic and Social Research Council's Genomics Network (UK) Network conference: Genomics and Society: Setting the Agenda
April 17-18, 2008, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
    Ursula Naue - poster presentation (together with Thilo Kroll, University of Dundee, Scotland, UK):
Attitudes towards genomics in Alzheimer’s disease research and intervention
Dementia Fair Congress 2008
February 22-23, 2008, Leipzig, Germany
Ursula Naue - session chair (together with Thilo Kroll, University of Dundee, Scotland, UK):
Self-care in dementia: Knowledge, evidence and research in the European context
Project Workshop, 6th framework programme project “Structuring the ERA, Work Programme Science and Society”: Doing research together - Different ways to identify human potentials and needs
February 2, 2008, Paris, France
Ursula Naue - – invited talk and workshop chair: Governing dementia
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