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Dag Stenvoll

Senior Adviser, coordinator for UiB AI and local contact point (LCP) for AI centres
  • E-maild.stenvoll@uib.no
  • Phone+47 920 51 851+4792051851
  • Visitor Address
    Nygårdsgaten 5
    5015 Bergen
  • Postal Address
    Postboks 7800
    5020 Bergen

As the coordinator of UiB AI, I will contribute to strengthening and making visible research, education and innovation activities in artificial intelligence at the university. I am also the local contact point (LCP) for research centers for AI, with application deadlines of June 7, 2024 (outline) and January 15, 2025 (full application).

  • 1998: Abortion and Politcs. Bergen: Alma Mater (Master's thesis, in Norwegian).
  • 2002: 'From Russia with Love? Newspaper Coverage of Cross-Border Prostitution in Northern Norway, 1990-2001' in The European Journal of Women's Studies, vol. 9(2).
  • 2003: Political Argument: An Analysis of Norwegian Parliamentary Debates on Sexuality and Reproduction 1945-2001. Bergen: Rokkan Centre report 7-2003 (dissertation, in Norwegian).
  • 2005: 'Are Individual Issues Replacing Structural Perspectives in Norwegian Public Health Policy?', in Tidsskrift for Den norske lægeforening, no. 5-05 (w/K. T. Elvbakken and K. Malterud, in Norwegian).
  • 2005: 'Prevention Policy and Propaganda in Norway', in Andresen, A, K T Elvbakken and T Grønlie (eds.): Politics of Prevention, Health Propaganda, and the Organisation of Hospitals 1800-2000. Rokkan Centre Report 10-2005.
  • 2007: 'Contraception, Abortion and State Socialism: Categories in Birth Control Discourses and Policies', in Kansai University Journal of Law 28:33-49.
  • 2008: 'Slippery Slopes in Political Discourse”, in T. Carver and J. Pikalo: Politics, Language and Metaphor. London: Routledge.
  • 2008: The Journey to Healthyland: Propaganda for Public Health. Bergen: Fagbokforlaget (edited w/Kari Tove Elvbakken) (in Norwegian).
  • 2009: 'Blair Speeches in a Polyphonic Perspective. NOTs and BUTs in Visions on Europe'. Journal of Language and Politics 8(2): 269-286 (w/Kjersti Fløttum).
  • 2010: 'Muslim Women and Foreign Prostitutes: Female Victimhood, Subjects, and the State'. Social Politics 17(3): 270-294 (w/Christine Jacobsen).
  • 2011: ' Contestable Contexts: The Transparent Anchoring of Contextualization in Text-As-Data'. Qualitative Research 11(5): 570-586 (w/Peter Svensson).
  • 2013: 'Riksy Readings: The Virtue of Overinterpretations and Speculations in Political Discourse Analysis', in K. Fløttum (ed.): Speaking of Europe: Approaches to complexity in European political discourse. John Benjamins (w/Peter Svensson).