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  • Our Struggle: Reading Karl Ove Knausgård’s Min Kamp 

    Rettberg, Scott; Aarstein, Kjersti; Ingraham, Chris; Tabbi, Joseph; Pold, Søren; Jones, Nathan (Electronic Book Review, 2019)
    A extensive (11,700 word) roundtable discussion edited and revised for scientific publication: the authors consider the sometimes-frustrating but immersive experience of reading Knausgård's Min Kamp, its relation to ...
    Journal article
  • Et algoritmisk blikk: Algoritmers rolle i produksjonen av hverdagsfotografier 

    Rettberg, Jill Walker (Universitetsforlaget, 2019)
    Algoritmer styrer i økende grad visuelle medier, ikke bare ved å sortere og rangere bilder i sosiale medier, men også ved å styre hvilke bilder som i det hele tatt blir tatt, gjennom algoritmer for estetisk inferens som ...
    Journal article
  • Framveksten av pseudokoordinasjon med drive 

    Kinn, Torodd (Novus forlag, 2019)
    Pseudokoordinasjon med drive som førsteverb, drive og V, er ein særnorsk ut-trykksmåte for kursivt aspekt. Artikkelen tek utgangspunkt i ein eksisterande hypotese om opphavet til konstruksjonen. I ei diakron undersøking ...
    Journal article
  • Ei tverrfagleg tilnærming til scenespråk 

    Gjefsen, Ragnhild (Teatervitenskap, Institutt for lingvistiske, litterære og estetiske studier, Universitetet i Bergen, 2019)
    This article explores a possible methodological framework for investigating verbal theatre language. Using an interdisciplinary approach, combining theatre studies with sociolinguistics, it is possible to increase knowledge ...
    Journal article
  • Vold og visjoner i sjette bind av Karl Ove Knausgårds Min kamp 

    Aarstein, Kjersti Irene (The University of Bergen, 2018-10-26)
    In this dissertation, I discuss questions of violence and ethics in the last volume of Karl Ove Knausgård’s novel in six parts, Min kamp (Eng. My Struggle). Perhaps his crowning achievement, the last tome of Knausgårds’s ...
    Doctoral thesis
  • From everyday speech to literary style: The decline of the distant address De in Norwegian during the twentieth century 

    Nesse, Agnete (De Gruyter, 2019)
    Change in norms for the use of address forms and change in the actual usage of these forms are an important part of the history of any language. By investigating how certain grammatical features are chosen for specific ...
    Journal article
  • Lexical expression of time in Russian Sign Language 

    Burkova, Svetlana; Filimonova, Elizaveta; Kimmelman, Vadim; Kopylova, Viktoriia; Semushina, Nina (GU Press, 2019)
    We studied lexical expressions of time in Russian Sign Language (RSL). We collected lexical signs describing a variety of time-related concepts produced by fifteen RSL signers from different regions. We then analyzed ...
    Journal article
  • An Analysis of Scientific Practice towards FAIR Digital Objects 

    De Smedt, Koenraad; Koureas, Dimitris; Wittenburg, Peter (EUDAT, 2019)
    Research report
  • Mapping the core actors and flows in streaming video services: What Netflix can tell us about these new media networks 

    Fagerjord, Anders; Kueng, Lucy (Taylor & Francis, 2019)
    The popular video streaming services are complex technological and economic systems, comprising parts that have not received much scholarly attention. We provide an overview of the main technologies used when streaming ...
    Journal article
  • On Sappho 1: vv. 7–15 and Rigveda 1.118; an emendation in v. 18 

    Sandin, Pär Ola (Taylor & Francis, 2012)
    The literary image in Sappho 1.7–15 of a goddess ascending on and travelling by a chariot which is yoked to birds occurs also of the Daughter of the Sun in hymn 1.118 of the Rigveda. Apart from the image as such, the shared ...
    Journal article
  • The Hero and his Values 

    Mikucionis, Ugnius (Vilnius University Press, 2019-05-27)
    In this article, I argue that the portrayals of Sigurðr Fáfnisbani as a hero that emerge from the narratives about the slaying of the dragon in the Prose Edda and in the Saga of the Volsungs are rather different. A hero’s ...
    Journal article
  • Affekt, hybriditet og trans-figurasjon i Nina Bouraouis Garçon manqué 

    Mortensen, Ellen (Universitetsforlaget, 2019-10-04)
    In this reading of Nina Bouraoui’s auto-fictional novel Garçon manqué (2000), using Franz Fanon’s concepts of affectivity and hybridity, as well as Senghor’s notion of rhythm, I explore the narrator/protagonist Nina’s ...
    Journal article
  • Alle vegar fører til Nidaros: om eit fransk handskriftfragment og dansk-norske kontinentale nettverk 

    Myking, Synnøve Midtbø (Novus, 2019)
    This article discusses a fragment of Stephen of Tournai’s Summa in decretum Gratiani, now in the Norwegian National Archives, but originally part of a manuscript copied in France between around 1175 and 1200. The medieval ...
    Journal article
  • The deception of an infinite view – exploring machine vision in digital art 

    Kronman, Linda (BCS Learning and Development Ltd. Proceedings of POM Beirut 2019, 2019)
    This paper examines prediction product called Queryable Earth a project to “make Earth searchable for all”. A project pitched by the company Planet, owner of the largest fleet of Earth-imaging satellites in orbit and an ...
    Conference object
  • Writing data citation guidelines for linguistics: Lessons learned 

    Andreassen, Helene N.; Berez-Kroeker, Andrea; Collister, Lauren B.; Conzett, Philipp; Cox, Christopher; De Smedt, Koenraad; Gawne, Lauren; McDonnell, Bradley (2019)
    One of the main objectives of the Linguistics Data Interest Group is to develop and adopt common principles and guidelines for data citation and attribution. As a first step, the Austin Principles of Data Citation in ...
    Conference object
  • Transitivity prominence within and across modalities 

    Börstell, Carl; Jantunen, Tommi; Kimmelman, Vadim; De Lint, Vanja; Mesch, Johanna; Oomen, Marloes (De Gruyter, 2019-12-31)
    We investigate transitivity prominence of verbs across signed and spoken languages, based on data from both valency dictionaries and corpora. Our methodology relies on the assumption that dictionary data and corpus-based ...
    Journal article
  • Å konstruere et klassisk landskap - refleksjoner rundt det neo-klassiske Athen 

    Sørensen, Tonje Haugland (Arr, 2019)
    Journal article
  • Walking, Haunting, and Affirmative Aesthetics: The Case of Women without Men 

    Ceuterick, Maud Eurydice (AIM-Associação de Investigadores da Imagem em Movimento, 2020-01-22)
    Walking and ‘haunting space’ have become means of political and aesthetic resistance to the invisibility or inhospitality that women face in the public sphere. Power imbalance in spatial habitation—‘power-geometry’ in ...
    Journal article
  • ‘Permanent Displays’ as Unsettling Layers of Epistemologies, Politics and Aesthetics 

    Lien, Sigrid; Nielssen, Hilde Wallem (University of Leicester Open Journals, 2019-11)
    This article argues that museum exhibitions often are formed through multiple layers. It presents readings of two contrasting exhibition narratives, the ethnographic display at the Museum of Cultural History in Oslo and ...
    Journal article
  • Ved humanismens grenser. Bloom og det romantisk-demoniske. 

    Hagen, Erik Bjerck (Aschehoug, 2019)
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