Publikasjoner - Side 6

Publisert 14. sep. 2016 09:22

This third edition of Chomsky. Ideas and Ideals has been expanded and thoroughly updated and includes an exploration of Chomsky's contributions to philosophy and psychology, outlining the impact of his radical and often controversial views.

Publisert 29. juni 2016 11:38

This collection owes its inception to the research initiative UiO: Nordic launched by the University of Oslo in 2014. Four of the chapters are written by PhD candidates in the Faculty of Arts at the University of Oslo.

Publisert 13. apr. 2016 09:39

A rare example of brilliantly written literary research about Serhiy Zhadan and the post-Soviet fiction of Kharkiv, going far beyond close reading and towards a deeper understanding of the cultural and historical convulsions of contemporary Ukraine. A landmark publication for our understanding of boundaries and frontiers, memory and identity as recurrent topics in the major works of young East European writers. — Katharina Raabe, Chief Editor for East Europe, Suhrkamp Verlag, Berlin

Publisert 11. apr. 2016 11:29

Foregrounding the role of literature, contemporary art, and digital media in critically engaging with wartime traumas, in rescuing and reassessing marginalized historical legacies, and in imagining new forms of community beyond the nation-state, this edited volume analyzes new articulations of cultural memory in the wake of Yugoslavia's violent dissolution.

 

Publisert 21. jan. 2016 16:19

Eventyrlyst eller pengenød? Hva drev nordmenn til å utvandre til Latin Amerika og hvorfor gikk strømmen av utvandrere snarere mot nord enn sør på det amerikanske kontinentet?

Svar på noen av disse spørsmålene er blant resultatene fra forskningsprosjektet Nordmenn i Latin Amerika, 1820-1940, som nå foreligger i bokform .

Publisert 7. jan. 2016 17:01

A book may have more than one life! Kristian Smidt's influential book on T. S. Eliot, first published in 1961, is out again. Some of the highlights of the book are the personal interviews that Eliot granted Smidt.