Tidligere arrangementer - Side 4
A Sociology for the 21st Century
Friday Sep. 20, 2019 – Saturday Sep. 21, 2019
Ancient Philosophy Society
Department of Philosophy, Classics, History of Art and Ideas
University of Oslo
The workshop will consist of 25 minutes presentation by the speakers, followed by 35 minutes of Q&A. The papers will be made available for attendants of the workshop.
Everybody is very welcome to join! In particular we encourage students to join us.
ARENA, together with CICERO, will host a joint EU3D and BENCHMARK conference on Brexit and the 'Norway model' on 19 and 20 September 2019.
On 3rd July 2019 professor emeritus David L. Bruton turned 80! To celebrate this, there will be a full day seminar at the Natural History Museum, University of Oslo.
SEFM 2019 will be held at the Science Park (``forskningsparken''), a centre neighbouring the Institute of Computer Science, University of Oslo.
The ENTIS conference is the annual meeting for the European Network of Teratology Information Services.
The UiO:Life Science ImmunoLingo Convergence Environment Symposium.
The scope of the workshop: This international workshop brings together scientist from a wide range of fields with a special interest in bio-mechanics phenomena from cellular scale to the size of organs. Through a series of short talks the participants will present their work, where the workshop strives to stimulate scientific exchange and to initiate new collaborations.
Join our UiO:Life Science and ForBio workshop on model-based inferences in phyleogeography, to be at the forefront of this cutting-edge field merging ecology and evolution. Register before May 1st, 2019.
The purpose of the conference is to bring together leading researchers and students in stochastic analysis and applications, to discuss new results and research challenges, with emphasis on stochastic analysis, stochastic control and information, random fields, and applications to risk models in finance, biology, insurance and physics.
IUBS is celebrating its centenary year with special sessions and talks on a number of topics that are main focus of IUBS in the 33rd General Assembly and the scientific sessions in Oslo, July 30 through August 2.
Summer school and workshop at University of Oslo
Truth and authority come as a package—but which of the two is the source of the other? Is truth a source of a special kind of authority? Or is what is true decided by whoever has the power and authority to dominate discourse? In recent years, theorists in the postmodernist and poststructuralist tradition have been accused of paving the way for the post-truth era in public discourse by weakening our conception of truth. Our intent in this workshop is not primarily to assess the rightness or wrongness of accusations made against theory in postmodern and poststructuralist tradition. Rather we are looking for theoretical positions that go beyond the dichotomous view of truth and power. To meet the backlash challenge, we need to acknowledge the constraints of a discourse-independent world while still keeping in view the power-mechanisms that structure truth-claims.
The research project REFLEX will organize the workshop Making Non-Majoritarian Institutions Safe for Democracy on 20-21 June in Oslo.
An international three-day workshop with the aim of reflecting on the use of pictures in a language-based discipline. This workshop is part of MultiLing’s Colloquium B, “Engaging innovative methodologies in studying multilingualism across the lifespan”.
This lecture is the fifth and last of a mini-course given by Professor John Quigg (Arizona State University, Tempe, USA), one of the world leading experts on the topic of C*-dynamical systems.
This lecture is the fourth of a mini-course consisting of five lectures given by Professor John Quigg (Arizona State University, Tempe, USA), one of the world leading experts on the topic of C*-dynamical systems.