This is the closing workshop for the project ‘Language, Meaning and Conscious Experience’ funded by the Research Council of Norway between 2018-2021.
UPDATE: The LFG conference will be organized entirely online and the dates have been changed to July 13-16. The website of the digital conference is here:
The NGL conference series (also ICNGL) provides an open forum for linguistic research in order to facilitate the exchange of ideas on Nordic (including Germanic, Finnic, Saamic and Greenlandic) and other languages, including multilingualism.
This is a online conference organized by IKOS taking place over two weeks.
An international workshop on comparative study of autocratic leaders as savior figures.
Climate, health and the imagination of human futures.
Conference organized by the two UiO:Nordic projects “The Nordic Education Model” and “Living the Nordic Model”.
This public event is organized on the occasion of the 2021 International Mother Language Day. Our international researchers from MultiLing, at the University of Oslo, will address institutional, social and emotional notions of multilingualism and the use of mother tongue in different domains of society.
Welcome to a seminar that celebrates the kick-off of the NorPol project (Second-language communication in workplace settings – the case of Polish migrants in Norway), funded by The Research Council of Norway (2020–2024).
In early November we held a digital workshop on citizen science and citizen sociolinguistic initiatives. The workshop involved participants from the University of Oslo and international colleagues. The workshop consisted of keynote speeches, shorter invited talks and discussion sessions. The talks were recorded and are uploaded below for anyone to view.
Closing conference of the research project Language and communication in multilingual speakers with dementia (MultiLing Dementia), funded by The Research Council of Norway (2017-2021).
Online conference: EELC8 will be livestreamed using Zoom.
The theme of the eighth biennial Explorations in Ethnography, Language and Communication conference is “Perspectives across disciplinary and political borders.”
This event has been cancelled to prevent spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). Orkneyinga saga is a thirteenth-century Icelandic saga set largely in northern Britain. Sophus Bugge Annual Lecture will provide an overview of the poetry both preserved in, and associated with the saga.
This event has been cancelled to prevent spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). The conference invites to conversations and discussions of texts and text genres that were regarded as “history”, before history was professionalized during the 19th century.
This workshop will be given by the BrainProducts training team and will focus on the BrainVision Analyzer software that MultiLing's Socio-Cognitive Laboratory has purchased together with the EEG system.
This international round-table brings together top women leaders.
A conference on the perception of music and speech as part of the ‘Perceiving Representations’ project. In particular, we are interested in whether there are interesting similarities between the perception of these two auditory phenomena, and in gathering together specialists who are working on each to foster fruitful discussions and novel insights.
What is the status of the Antarctic Treaty 60 years after its entry into force? This workshop is part of the Political Philosophy Looks to Antarctica project.
The Workshop on Immigrant Languages in the Americas is an annual conference focused on heritage language research.
Friday Sep. 20, 2019 – Saturday Sep. 21, 2019
Ancient Philosophy Society
Department of Philosophy, Classics, History of Art and Ideas
University of Oslo
The workshop will consist of 25 minutes presentation by the speakers, followed by 35 minutes of Q&A. The papers will be made available for attendants of the workshop.
Everybody is very welcome to join! In particular we encourage students to join us.
Truth and authority come as a package—but which of the two is the source of the other? Is truth a source of a special kind of authority? Or is what is true decided by whoever has the power and authority to dominate discourse? In recent years, theorists in the postmodernist and poststructuralist tradition have been accused of paving the way for the post-truth era in public discourse by weakening our conception of truth. Our intent in this workshop is not primarily to assess the rightness or wrongness of accusations made against theory in postmodern and poststructuralist tradition. Rather we are looking for theoretical positions that go beyond the dichotomous view of truth and power. To meet the backlash challenge, we need to acknowledge the constraints of a discourse-independent world while still keeping in view the power-mechanisms that structure truth-claims.