Holberg Prize Podcast

Historical Ontology

Professor Arild Utaker, Institutt for filosofi og førstesemesterstudier, Universitetet i Bergen. Foredraget er del av forelesningsserie om Holbergprisvinner Ian Hackings arbeider.

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Holberg Prize Symposium 2009: Ian hacking

Photo: Marit Hommedal/Holberg Prize

Holberg Prize Laureate 2009 Professor Ian Hacking, University of Toronto/Collège de France

Holberg Prize Fanfare

Håkonshallen, Holberg Prize Award Ceremony 2009Håkonshallen, Holberg Prize Award Ceremony 2009. Photo: Marit Hommedal/Holberg Prize

The Holberg Prize Fanfare is played at the beginning and at the end of the Holberg Prize Award Ceremony. The fanfare is composed by Ørjan Matre.

Natalie Zemon Davis meets Jo Strømgren

Natalie Zemon Davis, Jo Strømgren and Erling Sandmo Professor of history Erling S. Sandmo, Holberg Prize laureate 2010 Natalie Zemon Daivs and choreographer Jo Strømgren. Photo: Holberg Prize/Scanpix/Marit Hommedal.

Mediterranean History as Global History

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.

Story-Telling

Professor Joan W. Scott, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton

Decentering History

Professor Natalie Zemon Davis, University of Toronto. Natalie Zemon Davis is Holberg International Memorial Prize laureate 2010.

Utfordringer for det nye Norge

Alisa Mujanic og Mette Andersson på Forskningsdagene 2011Sosiolog 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.

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