You've probably come here looking for information about readings, course structure, and timetable.
A reading list is available through the links to the left. It shows the compulsory course readings. Suggested readings will be added.
As for course structure and timetable: there is a timetable available here, but it should be treated as provisional for now, and may not be finalised till late August. This is because my plans for how to run the course in terms of schedule, structure, and assessment are somewhat dependent on how many students enroll. I can say that, in accordance with departmental policy: (a) it will be possible to follow the course entirely remotely; (b) there will be opportunities for in-person tuition for those who want them.
The plan is this: for each class (twice a week), I will record around an hour's worth of lectures and similar material, and make this available online. Additionally, for each class, students will have a one-hour seminar. These will be conducted in small groups, and will be online or in person as per students' individual wishes. I will run as many seminars as necessary to accommodate all preferences and schedule constraints.
So once I have enrolment numbers, I will be asking about your preferences, and then constructing a schedule accordingly.
One more thing: I am seriously considering using Studium, the university's new virtual learning environment, for this course rather than Studentportalen. If you have not used Studium yet, you might want to have a look at it: https://login.studium.uu.se/
Do email me with any questions: email@example.com