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2 June 2015 17:00

"Iconoclashes: Image Wars in Past and Present"

Join in at the public meeting where a panel discussion around the subject "Image wars" will be presented.

Speakers: Birgit Meyer, Øystein LaBianca, Umar Ryad and Terje Stordalen

Chair: Vigdis Broch-Due

Venue: DNVA, Drammensveien 78, Oslo

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Poster

28 May 2015, 15:00 - 17:00

Lecture

Families, inheritance and politics in the England of King John and Magna Carta

Lecturer: Professor Louise Wilkinson, School of Humanities, Canterbury Christ Church University

Venue: The Turrent room, CAS

 

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Lecture will be in English

May 2015:

Book release

The book, COLLeGIUM-volymen nummer 18: "Cultures of Death and Dying in Medieval and Early Modern Europe", edited by current CAS fellows Mia Korpiola and Anu Lahtinen is now published.

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18-22 May 2015:

Intensive internal workshop

Intensive internal workshop on the LDG joint volume

Organizer: Terje Stordalen

Venue: Brakanes Hotel in Ulvik, Hardanger

 

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April 2015

Prestigious prize to Birgit Meyer

Current CAS fellow, Professor Birgit Meyer (Utrecth University, Netherlands), receives the prestigious "Academy Professor Prize" of the Dutch Royal Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW) - a lifetime achievement award for researchers between 54 and 59 years of age who are regarded as world-class in their field.

 

CAS congratulates!

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Read more from KNAW (in Dutch)

 

The Centre for Advanced Study (CAS) at the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters is a basic research institution where outstanding researchers from Norway and abroad are invited to spend a year. During their stay at CAS, researchers are excused from all duties other than pure research, giving them the time they need to bring all their creativity to bear in an inspiring international environment together with colleagues from their own and other disciplines. The goal is to enhance and internationalise independent basic research in Norway.

Each year, group leaders are chosen from among prominent Norwegian researchers to head three research groups in the following fields:

  • Humanities / Theology
  • Social sciences / Law
  • Natural sciences / Medicine / Mathematics

 

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