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The Center for Digital Narrative (CDN) launched summer 2023 and its research projects have been set in motion. The podcast series ‘Off Center’ shares the research from CDN with an international audience.
Wolfgang Hottner’s work on the role of inorganic materiality around 1800 poses new challenges for the research on the literature and aesthetics of the period. Now Hottner is awarded the Young Researchers Prize 2023 for his exceptional work and achievements.
Professor Scott Rettberg comments on collaborating with machines in literature.
Grab the opportunity to improve your French skills with a language partnership. All students and staff from UiB are welcome to join this language tandem
A rich and accessible new book from University of Bergen researchers and collaborators asks readers from all backgrounds to rethink what seasons mean to them.
A recording of event with books of Dobson, Parikka and Walker Rettberg.
This seminar was not recorded but a similar presentation by chief economist Eirik Wærness along with much more information, can be found at the Energy Perspectives webpage at Equinor.com, see the right hand column for links.
A new SapienCE exhibition has opened in South Africa. The 'Origins of Early Southern Sapiens Behaviour” showcases unique archaeological discoveries offering visitors a distinct cultural experience in the heart of the De Hoop Nature Reserve.
Are you an English teacher with a strong interest in didactics and on the lookout for new opportunities? Or do you have an educational background in foreign language didactics?
Researchers come to Bergen from all over the world to solve global challenges. Simon Øverland has invited some of them to tell us about some solutions for the future.
Luna De Souter identifies shortcomings of the two main measures for evaluating CNA models, consistency and coverage, and introduces two new evaluation measures.
CLIMLIFE celebrated the entry into the new year with three publications in three days.
Jill Walker Rettberg writes on how American and anglospheric AI origins can overshadow cultural heritage from other countries in the world.
Welcome to the digital and free SDG Conference in Bergen 2024! The theme is Take a look at the programme and register today.
Professor emerita Kjersti Fløttum was awarded the French Order of Merit (Ordre national du Mérite) on 28 November 2023 for her many years of work in promoting the bilateral relationship between France and Norway, her work as professor of French and researcher at the Department of Foreign Languages at the University of Bergen and her role as vice consul for France in Bergen.
CDN opening on December 11th, with Rector, Research Council and Drummer Boys.
Professor Robert Arellano leads us through the history of hypertext – five decades of storytelling up to today.
Gabriele de Seta receives Trond Mohn Foundation grant to research folkloric responses to the code we don't quite understand.