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Religious minorities can challenge societal consensus on how people should lead their lives. How much difference are societies and states willing to allow for? A brand-new online master’s program aims to improve our knowledge about religious minorities around the world.
Researcher of medieval English literature, Laura Saetveit Miles, is awarded the University of Bergen's Meltzer Prize for Outstanding Younger Researcher 2020.
Christoph Falk (PhD 2020, Geneva) has joined the CNA project as a part-time researcher.
Medieval philologist Helen Leslie-Jacobsen is one of four young, outstanding researchers in Norway who will participate in the Young CAS Fellow programme. She will do research on medieval ballads from the Faroe Islands.
We are pleased to announce the appointment of Astrid Ensslin as Associate Professor with UiB Digital Culture.
It is not uncommon to see people in bare feet on the Coromandel in mid-winter. Especially children.
The first of several exhibitions in the 2021 Electronic Literature Organization Conference and Festival debuts this Thursday, March 4th.
In March, the research group Multilingualism on My Mind will hold two events that are worth attending if you want to know more about multilingualism.
The Wittgenstein Archive (WAB) has been awarded 1,670,000 NOK (about 167,000 EUR) for quality assurance and updating of the world's research infrastructure for Wittgenstein's Nachlass.
As Norwegian classrooms become increasingly linguistically and culturally diverse, this question gets more and more relevant to teachers and educators. Usually, definitions of multilingualism come from scholars and we hardly ever hear from pupils what THEY think it means to be multilingual.
The Center for Digital Narrative is one of 25 of the leading academic environments at the University of Bergen (UiB) that have applied to the Norwegian Centres of Excellence scheme (SFF).
New type of analysis show for the first time how people who lived between 100,000 and 70,000 years ago organised their campsites and settlements. The results can explain why these people developed the ability to make jewellery and objects of art.
Researcher at the University of Bergen, Mimi E. Lam, has just published a comment about the impacts of emerging Covid-19 behavioural identities.
On Friday, 22nd January, the interdisciplinary research group LINGCLIM had a digital meeting with its Scientific Advisory Committee (SAC) in order to get technical and strategic advice for the CLIMLIFE research project.
On 5 February 2021, Noor Jdid will defend her PhD thesis at the University of Bergen.
In this book Kevin Cahill explores the question of what it means to be a human being through sustained and original analyses of three important philosophical topics: relativism, skepticism, and naturalism in the social sciences.
This year's seminar on Multilingualism became a platform for sharing some research results with one of the main target groups – pre-service teachers.

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