We are proud to announce the 2022 Arne Næss Professor - the Nobel Prize winner in literature (2018) - Olga Tokarczuk.
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We offer doctoral courses and an interdisciplinary Research School.
Deadline: June 15th. We accept contributions in Norwegian, Danish, Swedish or English. See more information in the call (in Norwegian).
Three master students have received the Arne Næss stipend that is designed to promote research on ethical and cultural aspects of innovation for a sustainable future.
Apply for a master student stipend! Application deadline 4 March 2022.
We are happy to announce that Marit Gjermshus has joined the Global Health Politics research group at the Centre for Development and the Environment (SUM) this month, as the recipient of a year-long masters stipend on the politics of pandemics.
We are pleased to announce the launch of “The Collective for the Political Determinants of Health”, an international & multidisciplinary network of scholars & practitioners interested in the political determinants of health.
DeepEn is a new international EES funded collaboration between three institutions in the Czech Republic and the Arne Næss Program at SUM.
Norway should take a stronger role on the future of public-private cooperation in global health, argues a new policy brief by the PANPREP project.
For the very first time in its 75 years, the International Summer School (ISS) is offering a course in area studies: Latin America in the New Global Resource Politics.
We welcome three new doctoral research fellows: Sarah Cechvala, Johannes Volden and Guisela Camacho.
We offer the Erik Blytt stipend for master's students of NOK 6000,- per month. Application deadline: 20 May 2021
Blogs at SUM
- Niladri Chatterjee and Zaad Mahmood: Looking Back, Moving Forward: Educational Policies in Postcolonial India - Issues, Opportunities, and Challenges
- Dan Banik: Democracy and Sustainable Development
- Alexander Dunlap: Weaponizing people in environmental conflicts: Capturing ‘hearts’, ‘minds’, and manufacturing ‘volunteers’ for extractive development