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SAVE THE DATE: Thursday 25th October at 18:00!
Professor Rubina Raja, Aarhus University, presents the Palmyrene funerary reliefs for the 2018 L'Orange lecture.
November 7th - 9th
This workshop will discuss women's contributions to European textual culture and knowledge production in the early modern period, when women played a significant role as cultural agents for the very first time.
Forelesning om forskjeller (skilnader) mellom norsk og svensk med professor i Nordisk språk Hans-Olav Enger.
SAVE THE DATE: October 17th - October 21st
The Building Heritage Communities workshop is a cooperative effort presented by The American University of Rome and the University of Oslo looking at community involvement in cultural heritage.
International workshop exploring archaeological perspectives on mobility in Africa
Det norske institutt er medarrangør til konferansen som holdes på British School 20 - 21 juni 2018. Instituttets postdoktor Simon Barker deltar med innlegg 21. juni kl. 12:00.
UNIONE's internasjonale kulturmåned
Instituttets leder Prof. C. Prescott innleder internasjonalt seminar hos British School
Dr Courtney Ward presents her research on Roman jewellery in the next seminar of the research network Circolo Gianicolense.
3 - 4 May 2018 at the Norwegian Institute in Rome and at La Sapienza Rome University.
Fagstipendmottakere presenterer sine prosjekter på uformelle lunsjseminarer på Instituttet
Academic journals are one of the most important means for scholars and researchers to share their research with the academic community. Being able to publish your research requires skills for the craft.
Dr. Lene Melheim is head of the Department of archeology at the Museum of Cultural History, University of Oslo
Professor Jonathan M. Hall, University of Chicago, will give the 2017 L'Orange Lecture and consider a series of case-studies from the ancient Greek and Roman worlds in order to explore issues of agency, power and personhood with the aim of illuminating the viability – and desirability – of practising an archaeology of the individual.
Marianne Hem Eriksen gives a presentation on the processing, curating and fragmenting skulls in Iron and Viking Age Scandinavia
Dr. Eriksen is Associate Professor at the Institute for Archaeology/Museum of Cultural History, University of Oslo and Research Fellow, McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, University of Cambridge
Associate Professor Dr. Unn Pedersen, Institute of Archaeology, Conservation and History, University of Oslo gives a presentation on life in Norway at the start of the Viking Age
Alle ønskes velkommen til Instituttet, med forelesninger og forfriskninger, kl. 17:00 - 20:00. Ta med ID for registrering ved ankomst.
Liturgies are multisensory reconstructions of narratives. The workshop will, among other things, discuss how the liturgy in the middle ages changed people and what we can learn about the cognitive and cultural processes involved in social change?
Velkommen til boklansering onsdag 5. april kl. 18:00
Internasjonal konferanse 28 - 29 November 2016.