At the dept. of Informatics, Umeå University
Department of informatics
SE-901 87 UMEÅ (Sweden)
Visiting campus-address: MIT-Huset, office E422
Phones +46 768 222648, Fax +46 90 7866550
Welcome to Kristo Ivanov's home page. You can choose among the following links, and you are also welcome with any comments or questions you may have.
SEARCH THROUGH KEYWORDS:
First of all: in order to search by subject or keyword, please click and write them in the new page that opens HERE. It produces a list where the lower part refers to my research (and the upper part is a search in the net).
"Who is Kristo Ivanov?", with a short statement of research interests.
Selected disciplinary studies and basic research in informatics and systems science.
Selected courses, seminars, and guidelines for graduate education.
On the idea and practice of university: citizen's transdisciplinary philosophical and intellectual concerns with politics, ethics, theology. This section can be seen as partly summarized in its sub-section consisting of an extensive bibliography on "University, work environment, political correctness."
Link to a personal page with contributions of indirect disciplinary import, and dealing mainly with cultural criticism.
The entry "Kristo Ivanov" in Wikipedia - The Free Encyclopedia, as edited by Wikipedia contributors, accessed in July 2009 and again in April 2013 prior to some deletions, may be conceived as a partial summary of these homepages. The page was also found (in a mirror or fork of Wikipedia) translated in Swedish and 15 other languages.
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