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  • Circle 7: Artistic Research in Pictures
    This year Circle 7 organised a different summer symposium in Oslo. We tried to focus on a few research questions, which guided us throughout the symposium, and which were approached by each participant in different ways. We looked together at what knowledges can our practices create or help to create and what methodologies we employ in our research, through the lens of phenomenology. The multiple answers to these questions were explored as experience, looking at embodied memory, how layering occurs…

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  • Football for everyone!
    On August 3, after all of the study activities, football match took place. A one sided affair which they won 17-0.
  • An overview of Summer Session 2022 from granted participants
    “My experience of the NSU is the serendipitous benefit of the informal conversations with those sharing the time between sessions to share feelings that share the same interest in what turned up unexpectedly during those conversations. Unexpectedly. Taking some time to articulate some comments that often turn out to be helpful spiraling around those ‘what turned up’ phenomena. Priceless.” Bill Thompson, study circle 8,“Futures of Education, Cultural Diversity, Imaginations and Collective Transformations in Time of the Anthropocene” ⠀ “For me,…

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  • Circle 10: Playing a Board Game to Reflect The History of Curonian Spit
    All of the activities of Circle 10 during Summer Session 2022 were dedicated to heritage studies. A board game’s form was chosen as a tool to reflect changes with Curonian Spit, where the advancing sands captured entire villages and their inhabitants were trying to resist. One example of burried village is reflected in the poem “Sunken Village” by Ludvikas Reza, where the death of a place was discovered. In contrast, Nida is an example of a survived settlement, which changed…

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  • Circle 6: Worskshop “Environments on Fire”
    DANCES WITH WOLVES The Nordic Summer University was born in the 50s as one of the pioneering institutions on interdisciplinary scholarship, joining artistic expression, academic research and a cross-disciplinary profile. Its organizational structure, discussion style and proposals format are strongly influenced by Grundtvig, a 19th century Danish philosopher of pedagogy, who developed the concept of Folkhögskola. The researcher on Aesthetics, Dance Philosophy and Gender Studies Victoria Mateos de Manuel was hosting the session in order to introduce an interdisciplinary discussion…

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  • Circle 8: NSU — My bridge to the academic world
    Ever since I joined the NSU, I have gradually come to feel like a member of an open, supportive environment where I can develop and test out ideas with academics, non-academics, and students on different levels. It is a unique and warm atmosphere with a multitude of friendly people, who are sharing project ideas, research results, chats, memories, and good laughs throughout the sessions. My impression is that here is where people can develop new, creative ideas and projects in…

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  • Circle 10: Workshop “Preserved Bloom In Blue”
    The word cyanotype was derived from the Greek word “cyan”, meaning “dark-blue impression”. Cyanotypes are one of the oldest photographic printing processes in the history of photography. The distinctive feature of the print is its shade of cyan blue, which results from its exposure to ultraviolet light.  The workshop was meant to create a tangible trace of the nature around the Summer School 2022 spot — Oslo, Rønningen folkehøgskole — using a creative technique.  Key questions of the workshop: What…

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  • Welcome to NSU Summer Session 2022 from the Board, the coordinators and Arrkom
  • Welcome to Nordic Summer University Summer Session 2022
    Welcome to Rønningen folkehøgskole for NSU’s summer session 2022! We look forward to see all our participants in Oslo. We have summarised some practical information below. Location Myrerskogveien 540495 Oslo, Norway Dates July 28–August 4, 2022 Organisation A team of volunteers is here to answer any query or question about the organisation of the summer session. The committee can be contacted with any questions or queries at arrkom@nsuweb.org. A typical day at the summer session 2022 07:30 – 09:00 Breakfast 09:00…

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  • Study Circle 8, NSU, Summer Session, 28 July – 4 August, 2022, Rønningen, Oslo
    Coordinators: Prof. Jasna Koteska, PhD, Ss. Cyril and Methodius University Skopje (UKIM) Oddbjørn Jensen, Bibliotekar, Hammerfest bibliotek, Norway
  • NSU Newsletter 2, 2022
    Dear NSU community, In case you have not received the newest newsletter, you can read it here. And don’t forget to sign up for the NSU newsletter: https://www.nsuweb.org/newsletter/ In this newsletter you will find the following information: Invitation to Summer Session 2022 How to apply? Price list for Summer Session 2022 NSU Scholarship and Grant Program: Application Process Statement of Scientific and Cultural Collaboration in Times of War Study Circle Proposals 2023 – 2025 News from the Board: Nordplus Grant Approved!

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