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Newsflash No. 15 - April 20, 2016

A collection of events, seminars, information and opportunities for master’s students in English that are being held primarily at the Faculty of Social Sciences

Contents:

News from Graduate School & Faculty of Social Sciences

 

. Reminder: SI mentor application

. Career Seminar Series: Charlotte Petersson, Institute for Sustainable Urban Development, Malmö University/ April 21st

. Crip & Queer Seminar: The Queer Art of Seeking Asylum: Tracing Im/Mobility through Experiences of Iranian Queer Refugee Claimants in Turkey /May 20th

. Gender Studies Seminar: Conflicted Kinship in a Transnational World /April 27th

. Seminar: Spinoza and Education: Freedom, Understanding and Empowerment/ April 27th

. Seminar: The Consequences of Emigration. Transnationalism and the Production of Cleavages in Sending Areas/ April 28th

. Book Release with Post Doc. Giulia Garofalo on Sex work /April 28th

. Research seminar: Trends in care for older people in Europe/ April 28th

. Lunch Seminar: Recognition and adult education: An incongruent opportunity/ May 3rd

. Seminar: Politics, History and State Making: Jacob Gerner Hariri/ May 4th

. Lunch Seminar: Violence, extremism, and criminal careers/ May 10th

. Seminar: Politics, History and State Making: Ann Towns/ May 11th

. Thesis Defence: The Politics of Combat: The Political and Strategic Impact of Tactical-Level Subcultures, 1939-1995/ May 13th

. Development Practitioners Seminar Series: Panel on Traineeships: "Development Work in Different (Developing) Contexts"/ May 16

 

External news/events

 

. Debate: The right to have children – and the right to have “the right children”/ April 26th

. Seminar: European Social Dialogue and Global Industrial Relations/ April 27th

. Public Lecture: Scholars, activists and filmmakers: The multiple roles of film in and on Asia/ May 2nd, 2016

. Seminar on Sufism/ May 2nd

. Seminar on Buddhist-Muslim Tensions in Sri Lanka/ May 3rd

. Seminar: REFUGEES DEPORTED FROM SWEDEN? The (il-) legitimacy of deporting the illegalized asylum seeker/ May 11th

. Seminar: Governing of Sexuality: Indian Police enforcing the Anti-Sodomy Laws/ May 12

 

 

Opportunities

 

. REMESO Graduate School Linköping University, Sweden For Swedish and International PhD and MA Students

Spring 2016:

. Call for Papers of the Institute for Political and International Studies

. Call for Participants: One Young World Environment Summit 2016 in USA

. Apply and become a women peacemaker in United States (Fully funded)

. Workshop: Scholars, activists and filmmakers: the multiple roles of film in and on Asia/ May 2-3

. Papers invited for SASNET 2016 conference on Modernity in South Asia/ September 20-22

. Euro-Arab Meeting Il for Young Researchers in Social Sciences Manarna, Bahrain September 26

 

Other Events

 

. Concert: Gloria/ April 21st

. Concert: Odeums Lunch Concert/ April 29th

. Free guided tour of Lund Cathedral/ May 1st

 

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News from Graduate School & Faculty of Social Sciences

 

Reminder: SI mentor application

If you are interested in becoming an SI mentor during the fall term, please send in your application to shoshana.iten [at] sam.lu.se  with the subject “SI mentor application” by April 25th. Please refer to the email sent out on April 7th.

 

Career Seminar Series: Charlotte Petersson, Institute for Sustainable Urban Development, Malmö University

Charlotte Petersson describes herself as organisational developer, Border Crosser, lecturer, collaboration coordinator, entrepreneur, Action Researcher wannabe. This is how she describes her seminar:  What do you want to know about collaboration? I will happily share some twentyfive years of diverse work experience, from the Staffing company in Malmö, through the small Insurance Broker, the big Hotel in Dubai, the Cosmetics brand, the own Business (within horse-shoes) on to the Academy and different Collaboration Platforms.

 

Date: April 21st, 2016

Time: 15:15- 17:00

Location: Room R240,"Gamla kirurgen", Sandgatan 3, Lund

To attend this event, sign up here: https://docs.google.com/a/student.lu.se/forms/d/1VJfYtZUiVdOUrioZWAZweMQzIrjY5kOkbkBa5N4XP34/viewform?c=0&w=1

 

Crip & Queer Seminar: “The Queer Art of Seeking Asylum: Tracing Im/Mobility through Experiences of Iranian Queer Refugee Claimants in Turkey”

Eda Farsakoglu is a Ph.D. Candidate in Sociology and an affiliate of Center for Middle Eastern Studies at Lund University. This paper is based on a multi-sited ethnographic research project that I conducted for my PhD project with Iranian queers seeking refugee status in the transit migratory space of Turkey. It poses the following questions: How refugee claims of Iranian queers are processed by the decision makers in Turkey and how Iranian queer refugee applicants adopt to, negotiate with and resist against the constraints set by governmentalities of asylum and border regimes. Focusing on intra-group social hierarchies among Iranian queer refugee claimants and mobility-related strategies of their support workers, I argue that the international refugee regime closes the westbound doors to those Iranian queers who deviate from the dominant sexual identity narratives, expected migratory trajectories, and essentialist legal logics.

 

Date: April 20th, 2016

Time: 15:15- 17:00

Location: Room M226, Department of Gender Studies

 

Gender Studies Seminar Series: “Conflicted Kinship in a Transnational World”

Anindita Majumdar is faculty at the Manipal Centre for Philosophy and Humanities, Manipal University, India. This is an ethnographic study of the practice of commercial gestational surrogacy in a transnational context. Embedded in an Indian setting but involving a transnational engagement with technology, laws, people and relationships, this lecture seeks to explore the ways in which kin are made and understood.

 

Date: April 27th, 2016

Time: 15:15- 17:00

Location: Room M221, Department of Gender Studies

 

Seminar: “Spinoza and Education: Freedom, Understanding and Empowerment”

This seminar present an educational reading of Spinoza’s moral theory, setting up a critical dialogue between educational theory and recent studies which highlight the centrality of ethics in Spinoza’s overall philosophy. Chair: Johan Dahlbeck, Lecturer at Malmö University.

 

Date: April 27th, 2016

Time: 13:15 to 15:00

Location: Conference room 1, Department of Sociology, Paradisgatan 5, Lund

Contact: bosse.bergstedt [at] soc.lu.se

 

Seminar: The Consequences of Emigration. Transnationalism and the Production of Cleavages in Sending Areas

 

Date: April 28th, 2016

Time: 15:15 to 17:00

Location: Conference room 1, The Department of Sociology, Paradisgatan 5, House G, Lund

Contact: sara.elden [at] soc.lu.se

 

Book Release with Post Doc. Giulia Garofalo, author of Buy and Sell Sex. Between pleasure, work and utilization

Prostitution is a loaded subject and positions often polarized. Talk about prostitution becomes easy conversation about something else - adultery, monogamy, migration, crime, morality, sexual identity or economic subordination of women. The book Buy and Sell Sex. Between pleasure, work and utilization is about prostitution - or sex work as sex workers themselves choose to call it. In the book prostitution is discussed from different perspectives. Professor Jens Rydstrom, will be leading the discussion and the book will be sold at a very special release price. Drinks and snacks will be served.

 

Date:April 28th, 2016

Time: 17:15- 21:00

Location: The Hangar at the Gender Studies Department, Allhelgona Kyrkogata 14M, Lund

 

Seminar: Research seminar: Trends in care for older people in Europe

Teppo Kröger, Professor in Social and Public Policy at the Department of Social Sciences and Philosophy, University of Jyväskylä, will hold a research seminar on trends in care for older people in Europe. Professor Teppo Kröger is currently a guest Professor at the School of Social Work and has published extensively on issues relating to social care and social services in a Nordic and European comparative perspective.

 

Date: April 28th, 2016

Time: 15:00 to 17:00

Location:  Room 14, School of Social Work, Bredgatan 26, Lund

Contact:  carina.olsson [at] soch.lu.se  

 

Seminar: Recognition and adult education: An incongruent opportunity, Fredrik Sandberg

This seminar is part of a research seminar series, where the department’s researchers present current research in simple forms. Each seminar starts at 12:00 (sharp) in Conference Room 1, lasts only an hour and participants are welcome to bring their own lunches. The presenter holds seminar is rounded off with a small discussion. The idea is to inspire and encourage further research and to stimulate public interest in the research department.

 

Date: May 3rd, 2016

Time: 12:00 to 13:00

Location: Konferensrum 1, Sociologiska institutionen, Paradisgatan 5, Hus G, Lund

Contact: lisa.eklund [at] soc.lu.se

 

Seminar: “Politics, History and State Making”, Jacob Gerner Hariri

Jacob Gerner Hariri is Associate Professor at the Department of Political Science at the University of Copenhagen. His academic work is concerned with processes of state formation, democracy and democratization, political regimes, and, more generally, political and economic development over the long run. Recently, his research has also examined the political economy of social policy preferences and support for the welfare state.

 

Date: May 4th, 2016

Time: 12:00 to 13:00

Location: ED367 Large Conference Room, Eden, Paradisgatan 5, Lund

Contact: linda.eitrem_holmgren [at] svet.lu.se

 

Seminar: “Violence, extremism, and criminal careers”, Christofer Edling

This seminar is part of a research seminar series, where the department’s researchers present current research in simple forms. Each seminar starts at 12:00 (sharp) in Conference Room 1, lasts only an hour and participants are welcome to bring their own lunches. The presenter holds seminar is rounded off with a small discussion. The idea is to inspire and encourage further research and to stimulate public interest in the research department.

 

Date: May 10th, 2016

Time: 12:00 to 13:00

Location: Coneference room 1, Department of Sociology, Paradisgatan 5, Lund

Contact: lisa.eklund [at] soc.lu.se

 

Seminar: “Politics, History and State Making”, Ann Towns

Ann Towns is Associate Professor in Political Science at the University of Gothenburg. Her research centres around questions of norms, power and resistance in international politics, generally with a focus on gender. She is currently conducting a large research project on gender norms in diplomacy, an inter-state institution that has long been dominated by men but where more women have entered within the past decade.

 

Date: May 11th, 2016

Time: 12:00 to 13:00

Location: ED367 Large Conference Room, Eden, Paradisgatan 5, Lund

Contact: linda.eitrem_holmgren [at] svet.lu.se

 

Thesis Defence: The Politics of Combat: The Political and Strategic Impact of Tactical-Level Subcultures, 1939-1995

 

Date: May 13th, 2016

Time: 10:15 to 12:15

Location: Edens hörsal, Paradisgatan 5, hus H, Lund

Contact: tony.ingesson [at] svet.lu.se

 

Developmet Practioners Seminar Series: Panel on Traineeships: "Development Work in Different (Developing) Contexts"

- Linete Roque Andersson- internship at ROADS, Lichinga, Mozambique

- Tanja Dittfeld: NGO Civic Forum on Housing and Habitat (CFHH), Lusaka, Zambia

- Ludwig Perman: Shelter and Settlements Alternatives, Kampala, Uganda

- Ronja Pe: Demoinfo, Asunción, Paraguay

 

Date: May 16th, 2016

Time: 15:00- 17:00

Location: Not yet decided

More information: http://graduateschool.sam.lu.se/about/regular-events/the-development-practitioner-seminars/development-practitioner-seminar-series-2016

 

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External News & Events in Details

 

Debate: The right to have children – and the right to have “the right children”

On 26 April, there will be another Debate in Lund – this time on the theme: “The right to have children – and the right to have ‘the right children’”. Many yearn to have children and there is an increasing number of options for those who experience difficulty in this area. Donations of eggs and sperm are common, and uteruses can be “loaned” or transplanted. In theory, in the future it could be possible to replace genes that have to do with things other than diseases – looks, intelligence, athletic or artistic abilities… The topics for discussion will include how much society is to invest in those who yearn for children the opportunity to have them, and if people are to be able to have “right” children”.

 

Date: April 26th, 2016

Time: 20:00

Location: Café Athen, Akademiska föreningen, Sandgatan 2 i Lund. Cafe will be opened from 19.30.

 

Seminar: European Social Dialogue and Global Industrial Relations

Ann-Chistine Hertzen,  PhD candidate at Linnéuniversitetet, Institutionen för ekonomistyrning och logistik will be holding her final seminar at the Sociology of Law Department.

 

Date: April 27th, 2016

Time: 13:30- 16:30

Location: Sociology of Law Department

 

Public Lecture: Scholars, activists and filmmakers: The multiple roles of film in and on Asia

Twice annually the Centre for East and South-East Asian Studies arranges a series of public lectures titled Focus Asia. In the upcoming Focus Asia the theme will be "Scholars, activists and filmmakers: The multiple roles of film in and on Asia". This workshop brings together scholars, activists and filmmakers from Asia and beyond. The participants will discuss their different views of and experiences with film, including using films as a research tool, documenting and engaging with social issues, developments and injustices in and through film, and appropriating film as a form of witnessing and activism. At the workshop we will screen a number of recent documentary films focusing on developments in Burma/Myanmar, Indonesia, China and Japan. The workshop is primarily open to students and staff at the Centre for East and South-East Asian Studies but a limited number of other participants can also attend.

Please see here for information: http://www.ace.lu.se/focus-asia/focus-asia-2016/scholars-activists-and-filmmakers

 

Date: May 2nd & 3rd, 2016

Time: 09:00-17:00

Location: Mejeriet, Stora Södergatan 64, Lund

Contact: marina.svensson [at] ace.lu.se

 

Seminar on Sufism

Professor Dennis B. McGilvray from the Universty of Colorado, Boulder, holds a lecture at Lund University on Monday 2 May. The seminar is entitled "Sufi Transnational Networks – South Asia and Middle East connection”. Professor McGilvray ethnographic interests are in South Asia, with a research focus on the Tamils and Muslims of south India and Sri Lanka. His book, Crucible of Conflict (Duke 2008), examines matrilineal Hindu and Muslim kinship, caste structure, religious ritual, and ethnic identities in the Tamil-speaking region of eastern Sri Lanka. He also co-edited a collection of essays resulting from a multidisciplinary NSF project on Sri Lanka’s recovery from the 2004 tsunami (McGilvray and Gamburd, eds. 2010). The fieldwork that he currently undertaking explores transnational Sufism and matrilocal marriage patterns in Sri Lanka and southern India. This seminar is a part of a joint seminar series between SASNET/CMES. View full program here: http://www.sasnet.lu.se/sasnet-newsletter/joint-seminar-series-sasnetcmes

 

Date: May 2nd, 2016

Time: 15:00- 17:00

Location: Center for Middle Eastern Studies, seminar room 1, Finngatan 16, Lund.

 

Seminar on Buddhist-Muslim Tensions in Sri Lanka

Together with the Association of Foreign Affairs in Lund (UPF) SASNET organizes a seminar with focus on Buddhist-Muslim Tensions in Sri Lanka on Tuesday 3 May from 16.00-18.00 at Palestra, Sandgatan 2, Lund. The seminar will focus on the recent violent events between Buddhist and Muslims groups in Sri Lanka. The speaker is Professor Dennis B. McGilvray from the University of Colorado, Boulder.

 

Date: May 3rd, 2016

Time: 16:00- 18:00

Location: Palestra, Sandgatan 2, Lund

Contact: andreas.johnasson [at] sasnet.lu.se

 

Seminar: REFUGEES DEPORTED FROM SWEDEN? The (il-) legitimacy of deporting the illegalized asylum seeker

Martin Joormann, PhD candidate in sociology of law, Lund University

 

Date: May 11th, 2016

Time: 13:00- 16:00

Location: Allhelgona Kyrkogata 14 M, 223 62 Lund, Hus M, vån. 3, Room M331

 

Governing of Sexuality: Indian Police enforcing the Anti-Sodomy Laws

A seminar with Professor Jyoti Puri from Simmons College, Boston, Massachusetts, USA, on the Criminalization of Homosexuality in India. The seminar is entitled “(Un)Making Sexual States: Antisodomy Law and Racialization in India”. Professor Puri is an interdisciplinary scholar who writes and teaches at the crossroads of Sociology; Sexuality and Queer studies; and Postcolonial Feminist Theory. In her presentation, Prof. Puri argues that governing sexuality helps constitute states. Drawn from fieldwork among police in Delhi, she explores how enforcing the controversial anti-sodomy law is mediated by racialized discourses.

 

Date: May 12, 2016

Time: 15:00- 17:00

Location: Room M 221, Dept. of Gender Studies, Allhelgona Kyrkogata 14, Lund.

 

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Opportunities:

 

REMESO Graduate School Linköping University, Sweden For Swedish and International PhD and MA Students

Interrogating the ‘Refugee Crisis’

9 May–10 June 2016, on-campus week in Norrköping 23–27 May

Lecturers: Professor Peo Hansen, Professor Stefan Jonsson, Professor Charles Woolfson, Associate Professor Branka Likic-Brboric, Associate Professor Anders Neergaard and Research Fellow Anna Bredström

Confirmed Guest lecturers: Professor Gregor Noll, Chair of International Law at the Faculty of Law, Lund University; Martina Tazzioli, Aix-Marseille University and Queen Mary, University of London; and Maja Sager, COFAS Marie Curie Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Gender Studies, Lund University.

 

This course interrogates the current ‘refugee crisis’; and as such it sets out by scrutinizing to what extent this is actually an accurate rubric in the first place. In contrast to much of the current debate, this means that the course does not perceive of the refugees as the primary cause of the crisis. Rather, the focus will be placed on a set of factors, dynamics and causes that both help us explain why so many people around the world are fleeing today and why the European Union and OECD countries at large want to minimize their responsibility. May the ‘Refugee Crisis’ be better understood as a political, geo-political or economic crisis? And how do we make sense of EU and state refugee policies and practices in relation to securitisation and labour migration demand?

 

Application deadline 18 April 2016

 

Call for Papers of the Institute for Political and International Studies

The Institute for Political and International Studies Skopje, is organizing International Scientific Conference in Skopje, Macedonia June 3-4, 2016. The conference aims to combine thoughts and studies on the different actors of international relation, international policy on energy, energy security, alternative energy resources, environmentalism, environmental challenges, environmental journalism etc.

Deadline: April 29th, 2016

 

For more information, please see: http://www.urchance.org/conferences/2081/call-for-papers-of-the-institute-for-political-and-international-studies

 

Call for Participants: One Young World Environment Summit 2016 in USA

The Summit will feature speeches, breakout sessions and workshops inside Biosphere 2 – the world’s largest earth science laboratory. There will be a range of activities throughout the summit including a workshop on water scarcity that will occur in the desert area, whilst another breakout session focusing on deforestation will take place in the rainforest zone. Topics for wider discussion include:

  • renewable energy
  • ocean protection
  • rainforests and deforestation
  • sustainable agriculture
  • water and food security
  • COP 21
  • conservation
  • the arctic and Antarctic
  • green business models

For more information on how to apply, please see: http://www.urchance.org/conferences/1681/call-for-participants-one-young-world-environment-summit-2016-in-usa

 

Apply and become a women peacemaker in United States (Fully funded)

Applications are open for a unique residency program for women engaged in peacebuilding and human rights. The Women PeaceMakers Program at the Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice (IPJ) involves learning, teaching and devoting time to narrate a personal, unique story of peacemaking. Through better understanding of individual human rights advocacy and peacebuilding work, the program aims to build greater cross-cultural understanding and to document the challenges and successes of women who have been involved in peacemaking efforts in their own communities, country or region. This year marks the 14th year of the program. Four Women PeaceMakers will be selected for the Fall 2016 residency and will be expected to spend 10 weeks at the IPJ on the campus of the University of San Diego.

Deadline: April 25th, 2016

For more information, please see: http://peace.sandiego.edu/wpm  

 

Workshop: Scholars, activists and filmmakers: the multiple roles of film in and on Asia

This workshop brings together scholars, activists and filmmakers from Asia and beyond. The participants will discuss their different views of and experiences with film, including using films as a research tool, documenting and engaging with social issues, developments and injustices in and through film, and appropriating film as a form of witnessing and activism. At the workshop we will screen a number of recent documentary films focusing on developments in Burma/Myanmar, Indonesia, China and Japan.

IMPORTANT: The workshop is open to a restricted number of participants who need to register with Nina Brand <nina.brand [at] ace.lu.se> before 27 April. Please specify if you plan to attend one or both days of the workshop.

 

Date: May 2- 3, 2016

Time: 09:00- 16:45

Location: Mejeriet, Stora Södergatan http://www.kulturmejeriet.se

 For more information see web site: http://www.ace.lu.se/focus-asia/focus-asia-2016/scholars-activists-and-filmmakers

 

Papers invited for SASNET 2016 conference on Modernity in South Asia

SASNET organizes a conference entitled ”Modern Matters: Negotiating the Future in Everyday Life in South Asia” from 20 – 22 September 2016 at Lund University. The conference will explore what it means to consider oneself modern or outside the limits of modernity, in an extremely diverse region. It will also examine how the notion of modernity is experienced, contested, and negotiated in South Asia within the broader promise and hope of the 'Asian century'. Abstracts should be between 200-300 words and include a short biography including institutional affiliation not exceeding 100 words. Paper submissions should be received no later than Saturday 30 April 2016 at conference [at] sasnet.lu.se . Information about limited travel grants for exceptional contributions will be announced shortly.

 

Full information about the conference, themes and fees can be found here: http://www.sasnet.lu.se/sasnet/call-conference-panels-modern-matters-negotiating-future-everyday-life-south-asia

 

Euro-Arab Meeting II for Young Researchers in Social Sciences

Manarna, Bahrain September 26 to October 02, 2016

The "Knowledge Transfer Project", an initiative by the Bahrain Authority for Culture & Antiquities (BACA), is organizing the second Euro-Arab Meeting for Young Researches in Social Sciences, in coordination with the International Sociological Association, the European Sociological Association, and Arab Association of Sociology. The meeting can accommodate up to 20 young Arab and European researchers  (and elsewhere, eventually) with ongoing higher education  research projects (Ph.D. or Master's) and   want to have their research discussed in a public forum to further develop them. A number of Arab and non-Arab researchers, experts in framing scientific research, will participate in the meeting.

Conditions & Procedures: Candidate age must not exceed 33 years. Candidate must submit the application before June 15, 2016. Application must include  a request to participate, a summary between 250-300 words , as well as his/her CV with the level of education, name of the scientific institute, and the research supervisor. The application must also contain all contact details (postal address, email, phone, fax, etc.) lo facilitate correspondence. A supporting letter may also be attached from the research supervisor. The "Knowledge Transfer Project" must receive a report about the research project (minimum of 15 printed pages) before July 10, 2016. The report must clearly detail the main elements of the research project: topic, plan, problem, approach used and the relevant conceptual device, etc. Applications will be reviewed by a scientific committee, after which candidates will  be notified before July 31, 2016. Note: The "Knowledge Transfer Project" will cover the costs of accommodation (full board, welcoming and transport in Bahrain) of the candidates selected. The participants will cover their travel costs.

 

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Other Events in Details

 

Concert: Gloria

Körkollegiet and Lund University Brass Band will present this year's spring concert: Gloria! A grand concert with 200 singers, 30 brass musicians, two great conductors and an hour awesome music. This year's participating choirs are: the United Nations choir, Gudrun Choir, the choir LTH, Lund Academic Choir, Torna Choir and Ultrasound. Together with Lund University Brass Band in front of the John Rutter great work Gloria. The concert is directed by Cecilia Martin-Löf and Jörgen Flink. Organist Louise Augustsson.

Ticket release: March 14, tickets will be available at the Student Information 046-38 49 49 Ticket Office 046-13-14-15 or www.ticnet.se

 

Date: April 21st, 2016

Time: 19:00

Location: Allhelgonakyrkan, Lund

Contact: sofia.rydberg [at] odeum.lu.se

 

Concert: Odeums Lunch Concert

Academy of Music in Malmö ensembles for early music. Take the opportunity to enjoy some great music during lunch! A number Fridays during the semester offers Odeum in the Music Academy in Malmö students for a concert. Today we welcome enemblerna early music. Teacher  Cecilia Kjelldén .

Free entrance.

 

Date: April 29th, 2016

Time: 12:15- 13:00

Location: Chapel Hall, Palaestra et Odeum, Lund

Contact: sofia.rydberg [at] odeum.lu.se

 

Free guided tour of Lund Cathedral

Enjoy a free guided tour in English of Lund Cathedral! The tour is organised by the Student Chaplaincy, http://www.lundsdomkyrka.se/english/

 

Date: May 1st, 2016

Time: 14:00

Location: Lunds domkyrka/ Kyrkogatan, Lund

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