Det tradisjonsrike Forum for tekstforskning arrangeres i år av Forskergruppen for tekst og retorikk ved Universitetet i Oslo, 4.-5. november 2021.
I forbindelse med lanseringen av Bauta: Janne Bondi Johannessen in memorial, inviterer redaktørene for minneskriftet og Senter for Flerspråklighet til et todagers seminar, som avsluttes med et minneforedrag av Joe Salmons.
This is the closing workshop for the project ‘Language, Meaning and Conscious Experience’ funded by the Research Council of Norway between 2018-2021.
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”.
In this conference, scholars hailing from Norway, Sweden, Finland and the United Kingdom will discuss the representation of the Nordic region in travel writing.
Tillit til medmennesker, samfunnsinstitusjoner og systemer er avgjørende for et velfungerende samfunn. Men hvilken betydning har tillit i et samfunn der data og tjenester er overalt?
The Austronesian and Papuan Languages and Linguistics Research Group is pleased to announce that its twelfth international conference – APLL12 – will be held as a digital event run from the University of Oslo on 18-20 June, 2020.
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.
The Language Change Research Group organizes a two-day workshop on Variation and Change in the Verb Phrase at the University of Oslo, 5-6 December 2019. All are welcome to come and listen to one or more of the talks!
Sluttseminaret for LIA-prosjektet blir arrangert i forkant av MONS i Trondheim, 26. og 27. november på MONS-hotellet Radisson Blu Royal Garden Hotel. Vi startar om morgonen den 26. og avsluttar til lunsj den 27. november. LIA-prosjektet arrangerer også ei kort lansering av dei tre korpusa på MONS-hotellet om ettermiddagen 27. november etter at det ordinære MONS-programmet er over.
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.
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.
An open conference on the nexus of morality and security.
Ved begynnelsen av 1300-tallet ble «the Nine Worthies» – De ni edle herrer – et populært tema i middelalderens kunst og litteratur.