- UiO:Nordic's main goal is to acquire new knowledge about the Nordic in an international context.
- UiO:Nordic has eight active research projects.
- UiO:Nordic is a partner in the NORDFORSK-financed consortium ReNEW.
Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship in Psychology with Living the Nordic Model
June 20, 2019
A three-year position as a post-doctoral research fellow in Psychology is available at the Department of Psychology, University of Oslo
The research fellowship will be connected to the project Living the Nordic Model.
Nordic Narratives of International Law
June 14, 2019
Is there a common ‘Nordic narrative’ of international law and is it distinct? Why do Nordic states mobilise specific narratives of international law?
Nordic Peace Revisited
May 22, 2019
Is there a Nordic peace model? How important is the Nordic brand as peace builders and peace nations in international diplomacy? These were some of the questions asked at the conference ‘Nordic Peace Revisited’ Mar. 18-19.
UiO:Norden call for open access support for publishing
May 28, 2019 1:05 PM
UiO:Nordic is an interdisciplinary initiative at UiO aimed at promoting new and relevant knowledge on the Nordic region and Nordic perspectives in an international context, partly through a critical focus on concepts and notions of ‘the Nordic model’.
Call for applications: ReNEW Workshop grants (spring 2019)
May 6, 2019 1:45 PM
ReNEW announces a targeted call for mobility and workshop grants for Copenhagen Business School and Södertörn University (both mobility and workshops), Aarhus University (mobility only) and University of Oslo (workshops only). Eligible applicants are researchers at all stages of their careers, including PhD students and affiliated researchers, working in these above-mentioned universities. Funding is applied for on a competitive basis.
ReNEW call for workshop funds and mobility grants
Oct. 8, 2018 1:07 PM
ReNEW mobility and workshop grants can be applied for on a competitive basis by all scholars working in a partner university of the ReNEW Hub, including affiliated researchers. Applicants must be doing research within the themes of ReNEW, conceived broadly.