Holberg Prize Podcast
Photo: Marit Hommedal/Holberg Prize
Professor Bruna de Marchi, ISIG Institute of International Sociology of Gorizia (Gorizia, Italy)
Professor Bonnie G. Smith, Rutgers University
Professor David Abulafia, University of Cambridge
David Abulafia is an English historian. He has been Professor of Mediterranean History at the University of Cambridge since 2000 and a fellow of Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge since 1974.
Professor Joan W. Scott, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton
Professor Natalie Zemon Davis, University of Toronto. Natalie Zemon Davis is Holberg International Memorial Prize laureate 2010.
Sosiolog Mette Andersson og vinner av Holbergprisen i skolen 2011 Alisa Mujanic. Foto: Paul Sigve Amundsen
Det snakkes ofte om kulturkonflikter mellom innvandrere og nordmenn. Men ofte er ulikhetene større mellom innvandrergrupper enn mellom innvandrere og etniske nordmenn.
Holberg Prize Laureate 2012 Manuel Castells in conversation with Knut Helland, Dean of the faculty if Social Sciences at the University of Bergen and board member of Bergen International Festival. Photo: Holbergprisen / Marit Hommedal / Scanpix
Helen Margetts: Citizens Engaging with the State: Understanding the Dynamics of Online Collective Action
The move of large tranches of social and political activity online, as well as facilitating social change, represents a big shift for the social sciences, allowing us to develop our understanding of social and political behaviour.
Terhi Rantanen:How does the concept of Network Culture challenge Political and Media Systems in Central and East Europe
Annabelle Sreberny:Political Moment or Social Movement? Beyond the Spectacle of Participation in the Middle East
Bruno Latour under Holbergprisens symposium 2013. Foto: Marit Hommedal / Scanpix / Holbergprisen