The Departmental Seminar Series features Ursula Münster! (09/06/21 – 16:00)

Title of seminar: Ursula Münster: «Weedy Belongings: Living with Postcolonial Species (invasive lantana, teak, and elephants) in South India» Abstract This paper explores the co-constituted histories of Lantana camara, colonial teak and disturbed elephants in South India. I argue that in the disturbed landscapes of the Anthropocene, questions of belonging are replaced by questions of survival:Fortsett å lese «The Departmental Seminar Series features Ursula Münster! (09/06/21 – 16:00)»

Call for Applications: The Erik Blytt Master Stipend

Centre for Development and the Environment (SUM) at UiO calls for applications for Erik Blytt Master Stipend. The stipend recipient will receive 6000,- per month, be given a shared office at SUM and be part of SUM Research School. This will leave ample time for writing your master’s thesis, which should be on some themeFortsett å lese «Call for Applications: The Erik Blytt Master Stipend»

Academic writing seminar 8.october (utgått)

In this seminar, Matt Tomlinson and Kenneth Bo Nielsen from the Department of Social Anthropology offer a hands-on guide to academic writing. Academic writing is not an art form, but it is a distinct genre with certain conventions that all universities expect their students to learn over time. Tomlinson and Nielsen will discuss different waysFortsett å lese «Academic writing seminar 8.october (utgått)»