Tidligere gjesteforelesninger og seminarer
For the 2021 Einar Haugen Lecture, the eminent Aneta Pavlenko will be taking us on a journey in a linguistic time machine, from Ptolemaic Alexandria in 323 BC to the present day.
Vi starter høstens seminar program med et tilbakeblikk på det siste forsknings- og studieåret.
Deltakelse krever påmelding: Lenke til påmeldingsskjema
ÅPEN FORELESNINGSSERIE HØSTEN 2021 Kuratering, kritikk og modernismens kulturarv. Forelesning 2.
How is knowledge produced, negotiated, and mobilized in multilingual settings? The four studies presented in this seminar explore multilingual and multimodal literacy practices from various theoretical and methodological perspectives, and in a range of social, political, socioeconomic, and historical contexts.
ÅPEN FORELESNINGSSERIE HØSTEN 2021 Kuratering, kritikk og modernismens kulturarv
In this combined lecture and film screening, architect and filmmaker Liam Young (Los Angeles) takes us on a science fiction safari through an imaginary city for the entire population of the earth.
Prof. Mark Janse will offer a rhetorical and cognitive-linguistic analysis of Agamemnon's speech at Iliad 2.110-141, based on an article recently published in Symbolae Osloenses.
Professor Brian Richardson (University of Leeds, UK) and Dr Ruth S. Noyes (National Museum of Denmark) will present on history of the circulation of texts and premodern migrations of sacral heritage.
China’s economic reforms have caused rapid growth for a period of forty years. The Chinese Communist Party’s gradualist approach to reform was not inevitable. What were the alternative routes and why were they abandoned? What new obstacles for further Chinese economic development may change its future course?
Unn Røyneland (Professor, Deputy Director of MultiLing) will discuss language activism, power, and the concept of language
Unn Falkeid kommer for å snakke om den nye boken sin Den hellige Birgitta.
José Luis Rojas Díaz (PhD candidate, NHH Norwegian School of Economics, Department of Professional and Intercultural Communication) will present his research on phraseology and equivalence in translation.
This semester's first Classics Seminar will be held by our Marie Skłodowska-Curie postdoctoral fellow Dr. Raf Van Rooy. He will speak about Ippolita Maria Sforza as a student of Greek in Early 1460s Milan.
Michelle has an MSc from the European Masters in Clinical Linguistics (University of Groningen) and a PhD from Stellenbosch University. Since obtaining her PhD she has worked as a postdoc for the University of Cape Town, forming part of a team adapting child language assessments into six South African languages. Michelle will be starting as a postdoc at MultiLing later this year.
Michelle will give the talk in English.
In this lecture, Tony D. Sampson (University of East London) will focus on two trends in neuroculture that influence the production of radical aesthetic experiences.
Et innblikk i Fridtjof Nansens bidrag til de vitenskapelige samlingene ved Naturhistorisk museum.
Spotify, Netflix, Fabel og Storytel: Underholdning on-demand har endret medievaner og bransjens vilkår. Men hvordan?
Bokpresentasjon med førstebibliotekar Per Pippin Aspaas (UiT). Aspaas presenterer boken som han skrev sammen med László Kontler (CEU) og som kom ut på Brill i fjor. Arrangementet holdes i regi av forskergruppen for nordisk idéhistorie og er åpent for alle.
Dr Suzanne Beeke is an associate professor in the Division of Psychology and Language Sciences at University College London, and a qualified speech and language therapist. Her research focuses on communication disability in adults with post-stroke aphasia, traumatic brain injury, and dementia, particularly the impact of these conditions on everyday conversations in the home and on healthcare interactions. She led the team that developed Better Conversations with Aphasia (@BCAphasia), a free e-learning resource and communication training programme for SLTs to use with people with aphasia and family members (https://extend.ucl.ac.uk/). She was part of the Nottingham-based NIHR HR&DS funded VOICE Study, which developed communication training for healthcare professionals interacting with people with dementia on acute hospital wards (@voice_study).
Suzanne Beeke's talk will be in English.
Nuranindia Endah Arum (Doctoral Research Fellow at MultiLing) will give a talk on lived language learning experience of an Indonesian engineer in a Norwegian multinational oil company.
Magdalena Solarek-Gliniewicz (Doctoral Research Fellow, MultiLing) will discuss her PhD research on communication between Polish physicians and their patients in Norway
At the next Classics seminar, Astrid Grindeland (MA student in Greek, University of Oslo) will speak on her ongoing work on Lucian. Classics seminar email list subscribers will receive a zoom link two days before the event. If you have not received a zoom link, please email the Classics seminar organizer (firstname.lastname@example.org) directly.