The Faculty of Humanities is a multidisciplinary faculty that currently teaches more than 3700 students and offers a substantial number of programmes leading to a wide range of academic and professional qualifications. These cover a variety of disciplines within the areas of philosophy, language studies, history and cultural studies, aesthetic and literary studies, and music and artistic research.
The Politics of Law: Autonomy and Citizen Participation in Plato's "Laws"
Departments and Centres
Department of Foreign Languages
Department of Philosophy
Department of Archaeology, History, Culture studies and Religion
Department of Linguistic, Literary and Aesthetic studies
Centre for Women’s and Gender Research
Centre for the Study of the Sciences and the Humanities
Centre for Grieg Research