Centre for Advanced Study

at the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters

  • Short video-talks describing ADEA researchers

    Short video-talks describing each fellow's field of research within the group Arctic Domestication in the era of the Anthropocene is published.

  • "Man kan inte tänka isär naturen och samhället"

  • "Vår kris är en tidens och tillitens kris"

  • Prestigious award to CAS fellow John Law

  • Open access book release on stochastics

  • Book release: "Becoming Salmon"

    The first ethnographic account salmon aquaculture is published. It is the result of ten years of engagement with salmon farming, including on collaborative fieldwork on-and-off salmon farms in West Norway by CAS scholars John Law and Marianne Lien. The book was published in July 2015 by University of California Press.

  • Prestigious award to Birgit Meyer

  • "Studies in Human Rights Conventions" book series goes paperback

  • Award winning CAS group leader

  • Book release: Cultures of Death and Dying in Medieval and Early Modern Europe