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Welcome to the first lecture of the "Gender and Ageing" seminar organized by Laura Cayrol-Bernardo: Ninon Dubourg (Liège), "Religious Experiences of Older Women during the Late Middle Ages – How elderly women were involved in Christian practices and conventual life"
Cutting-edge technology makes it possible for scientists to retrieve DNA recovered decades ago. An international team of researchers, including scientists from SapienCE, were able to isolate ancient DNA from blocks of sediment embedded in plastic resin commonly used for micromorphological analyses.
Kiwis (self-reference used by New Zealanders) refer to their native subtropical forest with its tree giants and unique flora and fauna somewhat depreciatively as bush.
It's noisy in the gardens, and the melody of birds, chainsaws, ice and robots keeps harmony with the seasonal rhythms of the gardens.
On my first day in the university gardens, the head gardener broke down the work by colour: "Green" work with plants, "grey" work with landscaping and "blue" work on water and drainage.
The CNA group has the pleasure to welcome Luna de Souter to the team.
This spring six outstanding and internationally renowned historians will share their knowledge and insights in the lecture series "Europe-China Relations: National Perspectives on Relations with China in Challenging Times."
The LINGCLIM research group currently holds a two-days seminar at Solstrand Hotel, 20.-21. januar 2022, to discuss progress and further plans for the ongoing CLIMLIFE research project.
Read on for an overview of the works, interests, and specialties of the external professors affiliated with the department’s Center for Digital Narrative.
The newly published anthology 'Multimodality in English Language Learning' provides research-based knowledge on the use, production, and assessment of multimodal texts in the teaching and — This book will be useful for researchers, teachers, students, and educators interested in language, text, and multimodality says associate professor and co-editor of the book, Sigrid Ørevik.
The roaring sound of the engines were competing with 80s rock music as the boat was skimming over the deep blue waters of the Hauraki Gulf.
In january the Pandemic Centre will offer a two-weeks course for students to learn from the Covid-19 pandemic. The course is open to both PhD-students and Master students from all diciplines at the university.
Jon Andreas Edland developed "Ettersynsing" as a practical master thesis in Digital Culture. Last week he ran it for AI scientists and developers at NORA's annual conference.
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.
How can enthusiasm and engagement be fostered in high school children?
In the following, we want to reflect on what it means for interdisciplinary studies of migration to understand time as multiple, uneven, and relational.
In this blog post, anthropologist at the University of Bergen (UiB), Christine M. Jacobsen, reflects on interdisciplinarity across law and anthropology in migration studies.
A social scientist’s perspective on the legal theories of immigration detention reviews.

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