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On November 3rd, postdoctoral fellow Ida Vikøren Andersen participated in a panel debate on climate researchers' rhetorics, and media's role in the climate change debate. The panel debate was arranged by Bergen Global and was streamed on Zoom.
Kven kan kalle seg fleirspråkleg? Det ville vi lære meir om i Ungspråk-prosjektet.
Kjersti Fløttum and Ida Vikøren Andersen held two presentations at the interdisciplinary seminar "Exit Earth – Extreme Weather Warnings" at the Faculty of Fine Art, Music and Design (UiB), 16th September 2021.
On 16th September 2021, PhD candidate Runa Falck participated in a panel debate at UiB's Bergen School of Global Studies, which has climate change as one of its five main pillars.
Aesthetic Apprehensions Silence and Absence in False Familiarities (2021) by Lene Johannessen and Jena Habegger-Conti (editors).
Raees Calafato will defend his doctoral dissertation “Multilingual pedagogy in Norway and Russia" on 17.9.2021 at the University of Bergen for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy.
On August 27th 2021, Kjersti Fløttum was invited to speak at the Climate Departement of the Municipality of Bergen, to present results from the recent school survey on lifestyle in light of climate change.
MOMM took part at the AILA World Congress 2021. For those who have missed this event and would like to learn more about multilingualism, presentations from our research group are available online.
This autumn six outstanding and internationally renowned historians will share their knowledge and insights into the Chinese Communist Party and its history.
What can society and global organizations do better to stop right-wing extremist radicalization and terrorist content online?
Kjersti Fløttum and Solveig Lygren gave talks at UiB's conference «Climate Change Temporalities», 11th -13th August 2021.
After a successful implementation of its school survey on climate and lifestyle in spring 2021, the CLIMLIFE-research group has now published a first research report.
Against the background of the annual Climate Festival in Bergen (Klimafestivalen § 112 - Bergen), the CLIMLIFE research group arranged an event at Litteraturhuset i Bergen on Monday, 7th June, to present and discuss selected results from a recently conducted school survey on climate and lifestyle.
On Monday, May 31, the CLIMLIFE research group arranged a digital meeting for students and teachers who earlier this year had participated in a school survey on climate and lifestyle. During the meeting, first results from the study were presented and discussed with the participants.
Last Chapter – A Late Life Festival is running Friday 18th and Saturday 19th of June 2021. Here you can find the festival catalogue.
Our research team gave an online lecture which became the fourth of a series of guest lectures “Seven months, seven universities” by Arqus.
The conference MoMM2021: Exploring multilingualism in education was a great success and as a team, we share our experience in organizing this digital event in a podcast.
Researcher of medieval English literature, Laura Saetveit Miles, is awarded the University of Bergen's Meltzer Prize for Outstanding Younger Researcher 2020.

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