Previous events - Page 4

Time and place: Sep. 13, 2018 6:00 PM8:00 PM, Litteraturhuset

Hooked! Art and Attachment In this talk literary scholar Rita Felski makes a case for “attachment” as a key word for the humanities. Organized by Tina Skouen. Panel: Karin Kukkonen and Michael Lundblad. Moderator: Louisa Olufsen Layne.

Time and place: Aug. 29, 2018 9:15 AM12:00 PM, 12th floor Niels Treschow Building (big meeting room at the end of the corridor)

Guidelines - monograph or article-based thesis

Please sign up here by the end of 15 August

For those who sign up to present, the deadline for submitting texts is also 15 August. Please send your texts to Tina Skouen, who will circulate them among the participants: tina.skouen@ilos.uio.no

Note: We have a maximum of 4 Presenters for each seminar. Before you sign up, please check the current status and/or who has signed up for what. Usually, we need more people to register as Commentators - please volunteer!

Time and place: Aug. 22, 2018 10:15 AM1:00 PM, 12th floor Niels Treschow (big meeting room at the end of the corridor)

Seminar and lunch meeting for ILOS PhD fellows and all who plan to attend seminars at ILOS. Special guest Lars Fredrik Janby tells all about the ups and downs of writing a thesis from start to finish. Followed by Q&A with the organizers at ILOS: everything you always wanted to know about your program and life at Blindern. Let the fall semester begin!

Time and place: June 13, 2018 9:15 AM11:00 AM, 12th floor Niels Treschow Building (big meeting room at the end of the corridor)

Guidelines - monograph or article-based thesis

Please sign up here by the end of 30 May

For those who sign up to present, the deadline for submitting texts is also 30 May. Please send your texts to Tina Skouen, who will circulate them among the participants: tina.skouen@ilos.uio.no

Note: We have a maximum of 4 Presenters for each seminar. Before you sign up, please check the current status. Usually, we need more people to register as Commentators - please volunteer!

Time and place: May 30, 2018 10:15 AM1:00 PM, 12th floor Niels Treschow Building (big meeting room at the end of the corridor)

In this seminar we will think about what meaning the bodies of books hold and how this might be changing in an age of digital technologies. With Matt Hayler (University of Birmingham).

Please sign up here by the end of 30 April

Deadline for written assignment, 1,500-2,000 words (by email to tina.skouen@ilos.uio.no): 22 May

Organizer: Tina Skouen

Time and place: May 16, 2018, 12th floor Niels Treschow Building (big meeting room at the end of the corridor)

Guidelines - monograph or article-based thesis

Please sign up here by the end of 2 May

For those who sign up to present, the deadline for submitting texts is also 2 May. Please send your texts to Tina Skouen, who will circulate them among the participants: tina.skouen@ilos.uio.no

Note: We have a maximum of 4 Presenters for each seminar. Before you sign up, please check the current status. Usually, we need more people to register as Commentators - please volunteer!

A farmer and a student interviewing him
Time and place: Apr. 26, 2018 6:00 PM8:00 PM, PAM 3

An extra lecture in Portuguese on the social movements in Portugal after the Carnation revolution of 25 April 1974, by Professor Luísa Tiago de Oliveira from ISCTE-IUL.

Demosntration in Lisbon 1 May 1975
Time and place: Apr. 25, 2018 4:15 PM6:00 PM, PAM 10

Luísa Tiago de Oliveira from ISCTE - Lisbon University Institute will be talking about the genesis and the consequences of the 25th of April 1974 in Portugal for European, African and global history. (Her talk is available here)

Time and place: Apr. 18, 2018 9:15 AM12:00 PM, 12th floor Niels Treschow Building (big meeting room at the end of the corridor)

Guidelines - monograph or article-based thesis

Please sign up here by the end of 4 April

For those who sign up to present, the deadline for submitting texts is also 4 April. Please send your texts to Tina Skouen, who will circulate them among the participants: tina.skouen@ilos.uio.no

Note: We have a maximum of 4 Presenters for each seminar. Before you sign up, please check the current status. Usually, we need more people to register as Commentators - please volunteer!

Time and place: Mar. 21, 2018 10:15 AM1:00 PM, Niels Treschow Building 12th floor (big meeting room at the end of the corridor)

Actor-Network-Theory and Extending the Mind: A Discussion of New Activities in Literary Theory. With Karin Kukkonen

This is the second seminar in a new series engaging PhD fellows in literary and cultural studies. The first seminar (with Mike Lundblad) was held in Oct 2017. Rita Felski (University of Virginia) will visit the seminar 13 Sept 2018 (at Litteraturhuset). Organizer: Tina Skouen

Deadline for written assignment, 2-3 pages (by email to tina.skouen@ilos.uio.no): 14 March

Vladimir Putin and Russian flag.
Time and place: Mar. 19, 2018 10:15 AM11:30 AM, Seminar room U31, Helga Engs hus

Blockbuster History 2.0:  Movies, Patriotism, and Politics in the Era of Putin 2.0.

NB: NEW TIME AND PLACE

Time and place: Mar. 19, 2018 10:00 AM2:00 PM, Seminar room U31, Helga Engs hus

NB: NEW TIME AND PLACE

Guest lecture and PhD seminar with Prof. Stephen Norris (Miami University) on movies and politics in modern Russia.

10.15–11.30: Guest lecture: All are welcome

12:15–14:00: PhD seminar (2 or 3 ECTS): Registration required

Register for the PhD seminar here by the end of 1 March

Time and place: Mar. 9, 2018 4:00 PM6:00 PM, Sophus Bugges hus

An open conversation with a renowned film director, writer, photographer and artist.

Time and place: Mar. 7, 2018 9:15 AM11:00 AM, 12th floor Niels Treschow Building (big meeting room at the end of the corridor)

Guidelines - monograph or article-based thesis

Please sign up here by the end of 21 February

For those who sign up to present, the deadline for submitting texts is also 21 February. Please send your texts to Tina Skouen, who will circulate them among the participants: tina.skouen@ilos.uio.no

Note: We have a maximum of 4 Presenters for each seminar. Before you sign up, please check the current status. Usually, we need more people to register as Commentators - please volunteer!

Photograph of Yuri Andrukhovych
Time and place: Feb. 21, 2018 4:30 PM7:30 PM, Sophus Bugges hus, Seminarrom 1

A moderated discussion open to audience participation, with topics ranging from nationhood and war to literature and language — the whole Ukrainian experience, from one public intellectual's point of view. Followed by a literary performance.

Time and place: Feb. 15, 2018 4:00 PM, ZEB building, "Salen"

How does your research matter? What's at stake in your project? Panel discussion with Professor Martin Puchner (Harvard) and special guests Kristina Leganger Iversen (UiO-ILN), Espen Grønlie (UiO-ILOS) and Wassim Rustom (University of Bergen).

For PhD fellows and supervisors in all subject areas at ILOS and affiliated departments. Q&A, drinks and mingling to follow.

Organizer: Tina Skouen

Time and place: Jan. 31, 2018 9:15 AM11:00 AM, 12th floor Niels Treschow Building (big meeting room at the end of the corridor)

Guidelines - monograph or article-based thesis

Please sign up here by the end of 17 January

For those who sign up to present, the deadline for submitting texts is also 17 January. Please send your texts to Tina Skouen, who will circulate them among the participants: tina.skouen@ilos.uio.no

Note: We have a maximum of 4 Presenters for each seminar. Before you sign up, please check the current status. Usually, we need more people to register as Commentators - please volunteer!

Time and place: Jan. 17, 2018 10:15 AM2:00 PM, 12th floor Niels Treschow Building (big meeting room at the end of the corridor)

Workshop for PhDs in all subject fields at ILOS and affiliated departments.

Time and place: Dec. 13, 2017 9:15 AM12:00 PM, 12th floor Niels Treschow

Thesis seminar in literature

Guidelines - monograph or article-based thesis.

Time and place: Dec. 6, 2017 10:15 AM12:00 PM, 12th floor Niels Treschow

Academic writing in English with Gjertrud Stenbrenden (ILOS). For PhD fellows at ILOS, ILN and Ibsen. Seminar series: 6 Sept, 18 Oct, 8 Nov, 6 Dec.

6 Dec: How to join a community of practitioners

  • how to write e-mails to professionals
  • how to approach secondary supervisors
  • how to apply for research stays
  • how to apply for (extra) funding
  • how to disseminate your findings
Time: Nov. 29, 2017 9:15 AM12:00 PM

Thesis seminar in literature, 12th floor Niels Treschow

Guidelines - monograph or article-based thesis

Please sign up here by the end of 15 November

For those who sign up to present, the deadline for submitting texts is also 15 November. Please send the text to Tina (tina.skouen@ilos.uio.no), who will distribute it to those who have signed up as participants.

Open book with dictionary.
Time and place: Nov. 20, 2017 9:30 AMNov. 21, 2017 1:00 PM, University of Oslo (Niels Treschows hus)

A forum that will enable comparison of lexical, compositional and pragmatic approaches, and interaction between people coming from formal semantics, pragmatics and computational linguistics backgrounds. 

Time: Nov. 15, 2017 9:15 AM12:00 PM

Thesis seminar in literature, 12th floor Niels Treschow

Guidelines - monograph or article-based thesis

Please sign up here by the end of 1 November

For those who sign up to present, the deadline for submitting texts is also 1 November. Please send the text to Tina (tina.skouen@ilos.uio.no), who will distribute it to those who have signed up as participants.

Time and place: Nov. 9, 2017 9:00 AMNov. 10, 2017 4:00 PM, 12th floor Niels Treschow building

For new PhD candidates at the Faculty of Humanities. The seminar is compulsory and counts as 2 ECTS credit. Register by Sept 29.

Time and place: Nov. 8, 2017 10:15 AM12:00 PM, 12th floor Niels Treschow

Academic writing in English with Gjertrud Stenbrenden (ILOS). For PhD fellows at ILOS, ILN and Ibsen. Seminar series: 6 Sept, 18 Oct, 8 Nov, 6 Dec.

8 Nov: Ways of arguing

  • how to write an engaging introduction
  • how to present arguments for/against sth.
  • how to present data clearly