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Embedded how- and that-clauses under perception verbs
In this lecture, Erik Steinskog (University of Copenhagen) will discuss afrofuturism in music and the relation between technology, aesthetics and history.
MA student Victoria Mostue, IFIKK: Presentation of MA thesis.
Guest lecture by the famous South Korean Marxist economist, Prof. Jeong Seongjin. It is a part of East Asia Lunch Seminar lecture series.
In this lecture, Jennifer Wild (University of Chicago), will discuss image-making "from below" in the context of revolution, insurrection and technological change
Professor emeritus Egil Kraggerud
Hvordan tenker en utøvende musiker om det å improvisere? Reiersrud har spilt med internasjonalt anerkjente musikere fra han var tenåring, og som musiker har han søkt forankring i alt fra blues til salmer, norske folketoner og afrikansk musikk.
Åpent for interesserte (samtalen er på norsk).
Prosjektet MUSEC er glade over å kunne samle så mange til et seminar dedikert til samspillet mellom musikk og medier i den digitale tiden. Dette er en anledning til å utvikle dette fagområdet generelt, samtidig som vi har det konkrete målet å utgi et spesialnummer i Norsk medietidsskrift.
Note the time!
Project presentation (in Norwegian) by Senior lecturer Eirik Welo, Research assistants Astrid Grindeland (MA-student, Greek) and Silje Marie Andreassen (BA-student, Latin), and Associate professor Vibeke Roggen.
Building bridges: Themes in the work of Bergljot Behrens
Event semantics · discourse relations · causation · elaboration · translation
A closer look at German “existential ‘man’”
Music is seen as the most immaterial of the arts, and recorded music as a progress of dematerialization—an evolution from physical discs to invisible digits. In Decomposed, Kyle Devine offers another perspective.
Jocelyne Guilbault (University of California, Berkeley) will be visiting us giving a talk on Party Music, Affect, and the Politics of Modernity. All welcome!
This lecture looks at how contemporary scholarship attempts to deconstruct the East-West dichotomy in (scholarship on) the ancient Greek novel as ideologically biased – and how this attempt at deconstruction can be perceived as ideological itself.
We are very pleased to announce that Christel Fricke, Professor of Philosophy at the University of Oslo, will deliver a talk for Filosofisk seminar this semester. The seminar is open for everyone, and will be followed by an informal reception.
Welcome to seminar on academic freedom. The human rights defender Istar Gözaydin who won the University of Oslo's Human Rights' award 2017 has finally been permitted to travel outside of Turkey, she will give her lecture "Academic Freedom?". The University of Oslo has been hosting researchers through the network Scholars at Risk (SAR) for ten years and will mark the anniversary with lectures and panel discussion.
Associate Professor Mine Nakipoğlu of Boğaziçi University, Istanbul holds a guest lecture on what the acquisition and processing of irregularities in morphology reveal about rules in the brain.
We are very pleased to announce a guest lecture by Anna Wainwright, Assistant Professor of Italian Studies at University of New Hampshire. The lecture is open for everyone.
NB: this seminar will take place on Wednesday, not Tuesday.
In this special lecture, poet Kim Yong Taik will be talking about Korean modern poetry, literary history of Korea, as well as his own poetry.