Marta Tveit

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Phone +47 22844589
Mobile phone +47 95527579
Visiting address Niels Henrik Abels vei 36 P. A. Munchs hus 0371 Oslo
Postal address Postboks 1010 Blindern 0315 Oslo

Academic interests

My research is part of the project Science Fictionality: Pathways to possible presents. I look at imagined "climate-changed" futures in Norwegian and (transnational) Africanfuturist artifacts.


I have a few years behind me as a freelance journalist and still work on media productions (see digital portfolio here). Have worked mostly in development aid-communication, for SAIH, the Norwegian Council for Africa and Norad.

I have lived in and worked with East and southern Africa. Recent productions include a podcast series about transgender people in Zimbabwe for SAIH, and the anthology "Foul Play in The Congo" about the French and Moland case. Regular columnist in Klassekampen and Bistandsaktuelt.


(on request) 

  • "The blind spot: everyday racism, whiteness studies, critical race theory and the 'new' anti-racism" (VID University College, October 2020)
  • Communicating Africa in Norway for our time" (Nasjonalbiblioteket, October 2020, Norwegian Council for Africa, November 2020)


  • PPU | Volda University College, August 2020 - now, Practical Pedagogical Education Part time.
  • MSc | University of Oxford, 2016 - 2017 MSc African Studies
  • MA | SOAS School of Oriental and African Studies, 2013 - 2014, MA Global Media and Postnational Communication
  • BA | University College Maastricht, 2009 - 2013, BA Liberal Arts and Sciences


Tags: futurism, Cofutures, Third Culture Kids, Digital Culture, Transnational culture


“Vi må snakke om French og Moland” - introduction and editing, Maskespillet i Kongo. Forlaget Frekk: 2020.

“Places” - Book chapter. Third Culture Kids: Å Vokse Opp Mellom Kulturer, red. Aon Naqvi. Gyldendal; 2019.

The Afropolitan must go” - Book chapter, Global Voices, red. Ulla Rahbek. Gyldendal Danmark: 2016.

Det Daniel var” - Short story. Flukt: Noveller, red. Håkon Øverås. Bokvennen: 2017.

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