Georg Morgenstiernes hus (map)
In this lecture, Michael Marder, Ikerbasque Research Professor of Philosophy at the University of the Basque Country, will discuss the art and aesthetics of plant life. The lecture is open for everyone, and will be followed by an informal reception.
In this lecture, Aron Vinegar, professor at the Dept. of Philosophy, Classics, History of Art and Ideas, will explore the question of "holding forth" that emerged in Roland Barthes' late lecture courses at the Collège de France (1977-80)
In this lecture, Kristin Gjesdal, Associate Professor at Temple University and Professor II at IFIKK, will discuss the changing reception of Shakespeare's work in 18th and 19th Century philosophy. The lecture is open for everyone, and will be followed by an informal reception.
We are very pleased to announce that Kristin Gjesdal, Associate Professor at Temple University and Professor II at IFIKK, will deliver a talk for Filosofisk seminar this semester. The seminar is open for everyone, and will be followed by an informal reception
Open seminar with master candidate Guiliano Sidro. All students, staff members and other guests are welcome.
Story-tellers have always known that damsels in distress make for fascinated listeners.
Åpent seminar med Barbara Crostini (Uppsala Universitet). Studenter i gresk og latin, både fra bachelor og master, er velkommen.
Seminaret er åpent for alle. Bachelorstudenter er velkommen.
Open seminar with PhD Candidate Halfdan Martin Baadsvik. All students (esp. all freshers), staff members and other guests are warmly welcome
Open seminar with PhD Candidate Carlos Hernández. All students (esp. all freshers), staff members and other guests are warmly welcome
IFIKK and Kunsthistorisk Forening (The Art History Association) invites you to the Lorentz Dietrichson Lecture 2017.
One of the fields in which narratological analysis is still considered problematic is that of ancient and Byzantine historiography.
In Search of Mixed Affect in Ancient Aesthetics. A seminar with Eric Cullhed from Uppsala University.
By Han Lamers (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin and KU Leuven). Open for all.
For the 2017 FORART lecture, Darby English (University of Chicago) will present topics related to 1971: A Year in the Life of Color (2016). In this highly original book, English discusses how black American artists in the early 70's experimented with modernist art and color theory in order to articulate cultural interaction and instability and gain freedom from overt racial representation.
In this lecture, Robert Pippin (University of Chicago) will discuss the philosophical implications of unknowingness in Alfred Hitchcock's Vertigo (1958), and its relevance for understanding late modern societies. The lecture is followed by a screening of Vertigo.
In this lecture, author and cultural historian Marina Warner (Birkbeck College) will discuss the medieval concept of sanctuary and how words helped define the character of a place and, with it, the rights of fugitives and other dislocated individuals.
The Classics Research Seminar, The Oslo Seminar in Papyrology, and The Seminar in Late Antique and Early Medieval Culture invite to open seminar with C.A.Faraone. All students (esp. all freshers), staff members and other guests are warmly welcome
The Novel and the Romance from Generic and Historical Perspectives. Open for all.
Ariel Zylberman, Postdoctoral Research Fellow at UCLA, will deliver the talk "The Bounds of Rights" for this session of Filosofisk seminar and The Norwegian Kant-Society. The seminar is open for everyone, and will be followed by a reception on the third floor of Georg Morgenstiernes hus.
Tom Gunning (University of Chicago) and filmmaker Paul Kaiser will discuss moving images that shift from the frame of classical cinema to the immersive framelessness and interactivity of virtual reality. The program includes the premiere of the Norwegian 3D film UIysses in the Subway (2016)
In this double lecture session, Professor Grace Cheng (School of Design, Hong Kong Polytechnic University) and Professor Louis Lo (Department of English, National Taipei University of Technology) will discuss the construction of Chinese art history and image/media theory.