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Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA)

The MSCA is a prestigious grant for experienced researchers who want to work on an independent research project of their choice in another country. The scholarship is funded by the EU research programme Horizon 2020. 

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  • The Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowships have a duration of up to two years.
  • The funds are available as a postdoctoral fellowship to researchers with more than four years of research experience, or a PhD degree.
  • The Individual Fellowships grant is a two-way transfer of knowledge, from researcher to host institution, and from host institution to researcher.

Multilingual landscapes of medieval Scandinavia

Runes and latin letters carved on a stone.When the Latin written culture was introduced in Scandinavia, it encountered an old native tradition based on the local vernacular and the runic script.

Messianic Conceptions of Politics and Authoritarianism in Turkey 1850-2015

Image may contain: Art, Painting.How Messianic conceptions of time and politics may inform authoritarian leadership and legitimation in Turkey.

Impersonal Pronouns in Norwegian, Swedish, and German

Image may contain: People, Community, Crowd, Design, Games.Zara Sobel studies impersonal pronouns in Norwegian, Swedish, and German: what are their grammatical similarities and differences?

Women writing Saints in Counter-Reformation Italy

Saint Catherine of Alexandria and the philosophersClara Stella is exploring the depiction of female sanctity and the impact and continuities of the Reformation era in hagiographical representations. 

Infinity in Mathematics

the symbol of infinityLaura Crosillas project aims to develop a systematic philosophical and mathematical analysis of critical views of infinity in mathematics.

Readers as observers

Picture for the project Readers as ObserversThe project focuses on the strategic engagement of readers as observers in contemporary German- and English-language multimodal novels. Natalia Igl brings together cognitive narratology, multimodality research and historical perspectives.

NEW WAY: New speakers and use of Russian in Northern Norway

Picture of the researcher Olga SolovovaOlga Solovova aims to map out ‘new speakerness’ of Russian and Norwegian by identifying trajectories of linguistic actors as well as historical, political and ideological processes at play in the political economy of Northern Norway around the Russian-Norwegian border.

Language-affect interface in parent-infant communication

Picture of the researcher Liquan LiuEurope is changing towards a complex social environment, with interactions between languages and cultures. Liquan Liu hopes to contribute to a better understanding of infant culture-specific affectual development in various linguistic contexts with his research.