The conference explores the relationship between ethics and political philosophy, considering their separation in the Kantian tradition in its relation to the pre-Kantian prototype.
Deadline for registration for Zoom participation is 31 July 2022
We invite you to our Environmental Humanities Festival where we celebrate the exciting work happening in the field here at UiO, in Norway, and beyond. The day will start with a keynote lecture by Jamie Lorimer, University of Oxford, followed by presentations by the OSEH Collaboratories, a pop-up exhibition, film screenings, a "green" choir performance, and more.
A turn is underway in the probiotic approaches. Recalibrating modern antibiotic approaches and heading off their unintended consequences, the probiotic uses life to manage life, connecting the microbial with the planetary. This keynote lecture given by Jamie Lorimer gives critical insight into these interventions and their implications, and is part of OSEH's environmental humanities festival on the 10th of June.
An interdisciplinary conference exploring pandemic temporalities.
We invite to a conversation on the role of education in creating alternative environmental futures. Tim Ingold (University of Aberdeen) will hold a public lecture at Kulturhuset on "Reason and Response-ability", followed by a panel discussion with Mette Halskov Hansen (UiO), Britt Kramvig (UiT), Felix Riede (Aarhus University) and Heather Swanson (Aarhus University). Moderated by Gro Birgit Birgit Ween (Museum of Cultural History, UiO).
Spanish-Language Filipino Cultural Production and other East-West Cultural Exchange
Language revitalisation may be an emancipatory process through which speakers find and develop their own voice, identity and belonging, but this can also be a challenging and painful process for the individual.
The seminar explored sonic design from multiple angles and celebrated the achievements of Professor Rolf Inge Godøy.
In this workshop, several scholars will discuss their perspectives and experiences with disability, ethnicity, gender, and social class, insights that provide a backdrop for a conversation about how we can create a more inclusive academic workplace.
Welcome to an open drop-in exhibition with presentations and performances by students of the Environmental Humanities and Sciences Honours Certificate.
Kulturarvsdagen er en dag for dialog og til inspirasjon for alle som studerer og arbeider med kulturarv og kulturminner.
Children's imaginative play has long attracted scholars in different fields, from psychologists like Vygotsky in the 1960s to sociolinguists in recent years. This symposium with papers from diverse contexts will address such methodological and theoretical questions as how bi/multilingual children use linguistic varieties and other semiotic resources in their plays, and what implications their language use may have for the languages, families, communities, and societies.
This is an in-house workshop for MultiLingers. Participants from ILN are also welcome.
Det tradisjonsrike Forum for tekstforskning arrangeres i år av Forskergruppen for tekst og retorikk ved Universitetet i Oslo, 4.-5. november 2021.
Welcome to this year's international student conference!
Velkommen til årets internasjonale studentkonferanse!
This workshop explore the writing of multispecies worlds. What are the challenges and possibilities of researching and narrating the ways of life of other species in their entangled, co-forming relationships? This is work that frequently raise difficult questions that are at once epistemological and ethical. The workshop will be led by writer and field philosopher Thom van Dooren.
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.
To complement the release of Bauta: Janne Bondi Johannessen in memoriam, the memorial volume editors and MultiLing are organizing a two-day seminar, which will close with a memorial lecture by 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.
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.