Internt meldingsblad for institutt for tverrfaglige kulturstudier
UKE 7, FEBRUAR 2019
No Ukeblad last week due to a dire lack of stoff. Sad times for
tired academics. We are however pleased to bring this weeks
extra snazzy, extra informative and super-delicious (?) edition
for your reading pleasure.
You've been travelling places, been interviewed, started
working here, had some spritzes and (perhaps most
importantly) sent pet pictures. As the frequency of new KULT-
pets naturally has dwindled somewhat, we now open up for
repeats. So keep the pictures coming.
So ... kick back with your favourite beverage, let the mood take
you, and quietly glide towards the weekend with this freshest
of fresh issues.
KULTERE UT I VERDEN
Although the INTPART project with Japan does not officially
begin until April 1, Guro and Jennifer are preparing for a great
start. This past Wednesday they attended the Norway-Japan
Academic Network Seminar in Oslo, co-organized by The
Research Council of Norway and the Japan Society for the
Promotion of Science. After a full day of presentations and
networking, they now consider themselves experts in all
concerning Norway’s collaboration with Japan.
KULTERE UT I VERDEN II
På oppdrag fra Barne-, ungdoms- og familiedirektoratet skrev
Elisabeth Stubberud og jeg, i samarbeid med Skeiv Verden en
rapport om livssituasjonen for skeive enslige mindreårige
asylsøkere i omsorgssentre og mottak i Norge. Rapporten inngår
som en del av et større samarbeidsprosjekt hvor det er utviklet et
kompetansehevingsprogram for ansatte i omsorgssentre/mottak.
var ferdig skrevet i fjor, men er lansert av BUFDIR 4
februar. Det kan leses
I forbindelse med rapporten, deltok Elisabeth og jeg på
'Forskerforum i LHBT feltet' på onsdag hos BUFDIR i Oslo. Der
snakket vi om etiske refleksjoner rundt det å forske på små og
UT I VERDEN III
Trine and I have just returned from
the kick-off meeting of European
project QUEST - QUality and
Effectiveness in Science and
Technology communication - held in
Venice, 4-6 February. NTNU will
deliver work mapping and
developing the state of the art in
European science communication.
Aside from a productive meeting with partners from Italy, Ireland,
Estonia, France, and the UK, we very much enjoyed the sunshine,
pasta, and ubiquitous spritzes…
Oda-Kange sends greetings from Dakar, Senegal along with some
KULTERE UT I VERDEN IV
Island of Gorée,
just outside Dakar,
millions of people
across the Atlantic.
It is now home to
1800 people and a
These ones - from the newly opened Museum of Black
Civilizations, which has an impressive collection of African art and
: D Vi gratulerer!! :D
Speaking of Trine ... The rumour has it
that she's finished her dissertation!
Congratulations on this massive
acomplishment!! We are proud to know
William is interviewed in Gemini.no on the work we've done on
KULT-ere i media
automatic electricity meters with CenSES. Check it out!!
Our slightly delayed welcome
goes to Mari Haugaa
Engh who has started as
Førsteamanuensis at the
Centre for Gender Research
We are honoured to have Giulia Sonetti here from Politecnico di
Velkommen II !!
Torino for a couple of weeks. She's already presented her work
on the project “TrUST - Transdisciplinarity for Urban
Sustainability Transition” for us in the Energy-group, and we
look forward to learn more from her. Make her feel welcome!
Velkommen III !!
Jennifer Branlat has started as a postoc with her project "A
Pedagogy of Unlearning: Feminist Pedagogy in Gender Studies
Education" and in a capacity of GenderHub coordinator.
Velkommen IV !!
Welcome to Sarah Rachael Davies who started as a
researcher! We are happy to have you!
Celebrate Valentine's day ( Thursday
14th Feb) with your co-workers! We
will assemble at 7pm at
Sophia Efstathiou and Ane Møller Gabrielsen:
“Meatigation, reducing/reshaping meat consumption to mitigate
RAFFAEL & NORA
KULT-pet of the
We're running reruns on pets until you get more.
Here's Marianne's Lea, and some disturbingly matching socks, bought
by Marianne's husband for christmas. Purrrfect!!