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2021.03.26 | Staff

Brad Wray appointed as AIAS Associate Fellow

The AIAS Associate Fellowship programme for Aarhus University researchers welcomes 23 Associates from 1 April 2021 for a 3-year period

2021.03.19 | Research

Review of Linguistic Intuitions

Linguistic Intuitions: Evidence and Method, OUP, edited by Samuel Schindler, Anna Drożdżowicz & Karen Brøcker was reviewed by Gabe Dupre in the Journal of Linguistics (see also here): “The chapters in this collection are of a consistently high standard and would richly reward any readers interested in the…

2021.03.17 | News for employees

Karen Brøcker: job news

Karen Brøcker, who was a PhD on the project on Intuitions in Science and Philosophy at CSS, got permanently employed as "akademisk medarbejder" at the Royal Danish Library and will be working on preserving Danish digital heritage, specifically radio and TV. 

2021.03.17 | News for employees

Drożdżowicz accepts tenured post

Anna Drożdżowicz, who was a postdoc at the Centre from 2016-2018 on the Intuitions in Science and Philosophy project, accepted an Associate Professor position (tenured) at the Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences in Lillehammer. She will start her new job in September.

2021.03.01 | Publication

New Metascience issue, edited by Brad Wray and Jonathan Simon

Metascience, vol. 30, issue 1 (March, 2021)

Upcoming events

Wed 21 Apr
14:15-15:45 | Zoom (email randi@math.au.dk for the link)
CSS Colloquium: Adrian Currie, University of Exeter
Science Across Mediums
Wed 28 Apr
14:15-15:45 | Zoom
CSS Colloquium: Jessica Carter, CSS, AU
Wed 05 May
14:15-15:45 | Zoom
Student colloquium
Wed 19 May
14:15-15:45 | Zoom
CSS Colloquium: Henry Cowles, University of Michigan
The Scientific Method: An Evolution of Thinking from Darwin to Dewey
Thu 03 Jun
12:00-16:00 | Richard Mortensen Room, build. 1422, Fredrik Nielsens Vej 2, 8000 Aarhus C
Citizen Science @ AU
Workshop and Networking


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