UiO:Nordic’s most important capital is the engagement of established and active researchers. The initiative is based on a broad range of expertise and strong research interests at UiO. Through its lifespan UiO:Nordic will finance 11 interdiciplinary research projects
UiO:Norden call for open access support for publishing
Jan. 23, 2019 9:24 AM
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 to SCANCOR-Weatherhead for Fall 2019
Oct. 12, 2018 9:39 AM
SCANCOR invites applications for Fall 2019 to the SCANCOR-Weatherhead Partnership at Harvard University. Under the leadership of Frank Dobbin , the project facilitates scholarly residencies at Harvard’s Weatherhead Center for International Affairs, located near the heart of Harvard’s campus in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
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.
Last night in Sweden - blog post on Sweden's September Election
NORDHOST researcher Vanessa Barker reflects on Sweden's election 09.09.18
Narratives of Uniformity and Diversity
The Nordic societies are more complex than indicated by the one-sided endorsements and collective praise. In many areas, the experiences of the five countries differ widely, and Nordic responses to global challenges are full of ambiguities and paradoxes.
The essence of being Nordic
NordForsk has awarded approximately €4.3 million in funding to the Reimagining Norden in an Evolving World (ReNEW) research consortium. The consortium that brings together UiO and five other universities is led by the Centre for Nordic Studies CENS at the University of Helsinki. Its aim is strategic cooperation for producing new knowledge and a new way of perceiving the Nordic countries, both from within and from a global perspective.