‘No community can survive without synchronisation’
CAS fellows argue that the world needs synchronisation more than ever in order to save the planet. What is it, and how does it work?
Alumni Spotlight: Marianne Elisabeth Lien
The 2015/16 CAS project leader is the alumna of the month for January 2019.
Project Update: 'In Sync: How Synchronisation and Mediation Produce Collective Times, Then and Now'
CAS fellows give an update on their project examining the connection between media and different forms of time.
Alumni Spotlight: Terje Tvedt
The 2008/09 CAS project leader is the alumnus of the month for November 2018.
Book release: 'Domestication Gone Wild: Politics and Practices of Multispecies Relations'
Members of the 2015/16 CAS project 'Arctic Domestication in the Era of the Anthropocene' release an anthology that challenges and expands the concept of domestication.
Meet the Project: 'In Sync: How Synchronisation and Mediation Produce Collective Times, Then and Now'
The 2018/19 CAS project in the social sciences will explore how different forms of media help create shared experiences and times.
My Time at CAS: Stephen D. White
The medieval historian talks about discovering his role in a collaborative book project during a six-month stint as a CAS fellow.
Research in Review: 'The Nordic "Civil Wars" in the High Middle Ages in a Comparative Perspective'
Leaders of a CAS project to better understand medieval civil wars look back on how their project unfolded during a year at the Centre.
With God on Their Side: War and Religion in the Middle Ages
At a half-day seminar on medieval civil wars, CAS fellows examine how an ascendant Catholic Church influenced conflicts across Europe.
Alumni Spotlight: Knut Kjeldstadli
The 2013/14 CAS project leader is the alumnus of the month for February 2018.