NORDHOST is marking the end of the project period with a closing conference about hospitality in the affluent Nordics. What do migration and mobility look like – when seen from the South?
Conference organized by the two UiO:Nordic projects “The Nordic Education Model” and “Living the Nordic Model”.
Nordic conditions: What happened to humanity?
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Please join Unge:Norden for a semester kick-off lunch
A Study Day for postgraduates is organised by IMV's Nordic Music Research, Nordic Sounds.
The UiO:Norden project NordEd and the NOS-HS network Nordic Teacher Cultures Compared invite to an open morning seminar
Welcome all to this open lecture with professor David F. Labaree, Stanford University, USA.
Welcome all to this open lecture with Dr. Rebekka Horlacher, University of Zurich.
Welcome all to this open lecture with Professor Daniel Tröhler, University of Vienna / University of Oslo.
Together with Oslo Summer School in Comparative Social Science and ReNEW, UiO:Nordic welcomes emerging scholars to the Summer School course: Revisiting welfare capitalism in the Nordics: from Middle Way models to Neoliberal Experimentation?
Two-day conference in Oslo on how international law has been constructed and applied in Nordic public spheres and abroad
The ReNEW consortium and University of Iceland welcomes all PhD candidates and advanced MA Students in their last year in humanities or social sciences working on Nordic-related topics with an interest in gender issues to the first ReNEW summer school:
NORDHOST is collaborating with the Scalabrini International Migration Institute (SIMI) in a roundtable conference at the Pontifical University Urbaniana in Rome in April 2019. We are exited to publish the complete progamme.
NORDHOST is very honoured to welcome Professor em. Dr. Bernhard Waldenfels to Oslo as a visiting scholar this spring. We are excited to present the program for his stay.
Two-day Conference in Oslo that explores the concept and idea of Nordic peace from diverse and interdisciplinary perspectives
Is there a Nordic peace model? How do the Nordic countries use peace as an identifier to create an international brand or a national identity?
The ReNEW conference 2019 on ‘Nordic challenges’ focuses on how democratic institutions and practices as well as culture and values are changing in response to the multiple global challenges faced by Nordic countries.
The first ReNEW Emerging Scholars Day will be held at Copenhagen Business School on 5 March 2019, preceding the 3rd Nordic Challenges Conference.
Seminar on feminist foreign policy and the issue of gender in diplomacy and peace processes.
Seminar with Professor of Law, Michael A. Livingston, Rutgers University on the utopian and dystopian images of the Nordic model in the USA.
In 2013, The Economist proclaimed the Nordics to be “The Next Supermodel,” citing their unique blend of competitiveness and innovation, equality and wellbeing. In Asia and other parts of the world, Nordic models have also attracted interest, not only for welfare and education, but also other aspects of the “Nordic way.” Yet, the glowing idealization of the region has been tempered by the electoral success of populist parties and the treatment of asylum-seekers and migrants. The Nordic countries represent utopia to some but dystopia to others.
Whether as an object of admiration or criticism, the Nordic model remains a common reference point in comparative and global politics.
Oslo Summer School in Comparative Social Science Studies 2018 in cooperation with UiO:Norden invites Ph.D-students to join us in Oslo this summer for a summer school course on the Nordic Welfare State.
Nordic Branding is hosting a publication-driven workshop on Gender Equality June 20-21.