Upcoming 5 days

28 Oct.
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Time and place: Oct. 28, 2020 12:15 PM1:00 PM, Register for webinar on Zoom

This week, the curator, producer and artist James Finucane introduces the long and honourable tradition of subvertising ('subverting advertising'). We will learn about the background behind this 'protest art' movement, it's various forms and functions, and, perhaps most importantly, the tools and know-how to do it yourself.


Further upcoming events

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Time and place: Nov. 4, 2020 12:15 PM1:00 PM, Register for webinar on Zoom

How and when does a being become autonomous? What makes an environment? In this talk, Sara R. Yazdani discusses her work on how notions of the environmental have been explored in contemporary and late 20th century art: art in which new alliances and new types of environmental and affective formation have been mobilized against an anthropocentric world-view.

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Time and place: Nov. 11, 2020 12:15 PM1:00 PM, Register for webinar on Zoom

Sustainable food is on the agenda of the UN, nations, corporations and an increasing number of consumers. Yet, does sustainability include animal welfare? This week, Live Kleveland, lawyer and co-founder of the Norwegian Animal Protection Alliance will ask how modern food production can become more animal friendly.

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Time and place: Nov. 18, 2020 12:15 PM1:00 PM, Register for webinar on Zoom

AD 536 and 540 are important years in European history, and marks the advent of a series of documented environmental changes that affected societies throughout Europe in various ways. Sudden and severe climate deterioration led to vast crop failure and was followed by plague in the following decades and centuries (up to ca. AD 750?). How did this affect Scandinavian societies? Frode Iversen, professor at the Department of Archaeology at Museum of Cultural History, UiO, is here to tell us!

Time and place: Nov. 25, 2020 12:15 PM1:00 PM, Register for webinar on Zoom

How come Western countries consume more meat than ever despite of its negative impacts? Agronomist, ethnologist and cultural historian, Dr Karen Lykke Syse, talks about how meat consumption in Norway is being justified by history and culture.

Time and place: Nov. 30, 2020 10:00 AMDec. 1, 2020 12:00 PM, NTNU

How to write a high-quality PhD dissertation in history? The third writing workshop this year will be organized by the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU). The joint module will focus on how to formulate a persuasive argument. Afterwards, in small groups, students present and discuss their manuscripts and projects with peers and faculty. This will be an online course.