Webpages tagged with «PhD course»

The words "Science, Vitenskap, Humanities" written on traffic signs.
Published June 7, 2021 3:42 PM

This course in research dissemination and outreach teaches the possibilities and demands of disseminating research to a general, non-academic audience. It provides hands-on writing skills, starting from the course participants' PhD projects and discipline, as well as academic reflection on news and current affairs media as arenas for research dissemination.

The words "Science, Vitenskap, Humanities" written on traffic signs.
Published Sep. 23, 2020 6:27 PM

This course in research dissemination and outreach teaches the possibilities and demands of disseminating research to a general, non-academic audience. It provides hands-on writing skills, starting from the course participants' PhD projects and discipline, as well as academic reflection on news and current affairs media as arenas for research dissemination.

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Published Sep. 25, 2019 12:19 PM

PhD course, Rome, February 24 - 28, 2020

Dialogues with the Past. The Nordic Graduate School in Archaeology.

Liv Nilsson Stutz, Umm Qais, Jordan
Published Mar. 11, 2019 11:33 AM

PhD Course, the Norwegian Institute at Athens, October 21-25, 2019.

Dialogues with the Past. The Nordic Graduate School in Archaeology

Published Feb. 11, 2019 1:29 PM

PhD course, Rome, September 16 - 20, 2019

Dialogues with the Past. The Nordic Graduate School in Archaeology.

Published July 4, 2018 12:00 PM

PhD course, Rome, April 8 - April 12, 2019.

Dialogues with the Past. The Nordic Graduate School in Archaeology.

Josie Dixon
Published June 9, 2018 7:55 PM

One day workshop on abstract writing and journal publication with Josie Dixon. Submit your draft by 7 January 2019 to get feedback or bring some text along to the workshop. All participants will be asked to send a short paragraph outlining their research. Please send your materials by e-mail to Tina Skouen.

Organizer: Tina Skouen

Please sign up here by Friday 30 November

Published Apr. 3, 2018 4:40 PM

This seminar focuses on how vernacular learned literacy interacted with the Latin and Greek traditions in the Middle Ages. We focus on three linguistic areas: Irish, Slavic (East and West) and Old Norse. The seminar is mainly based on primary sources in translation. Among other issues, we address the complicated distinction between native/local/vernacular and classical/Latin/Greek beyond the linguistic level, as well as the strategies for securing a degree of cultural authority for the vernacular.