ATTR is promoting the participation of breastfeeding members of our community.
We welcome Ina Marie Ausland as the new administrative coordinator for ATTR
From October 19th -22nd ATTR held our first hybrid seminar. We had both scholars and PhD students attending in real life and on Zoom.
ATTR is proud to announce that Professor Terje Stordalen is the new Scientific Director of ATTR.
We are happy to announce some changes and new faces in the ATTR team this fall.
"I could experience a new academic milieu (...) where I heard about exciting ongoing projects and had access to the material artefacts, the manuscripts", says Katharina Heinz, one of the three who received a mobility grant in 2018. Here are their reports.
We are proud to announce that Prof. Debra Hawhee will be the international guest speaker at the ATTR spring term seminar in Athens, "Rhetorical Practices and Analysis".
We are proud to announce that Prof. Mark Turner, one of the founders of the theory of conceptual blending, will be the international guest speaker at the ATTR fall term seminar in Trondheim.
"The mobility grant gave me the opportunity to focus on my research work in a motivating environment" says Katharina Heinz, a PhD fellow at the Department of Linguistics and Scandinavian Studies, University of Oslo. She travelled to Copenhagen for a two month lond research stay. At the Arnamagnæan Institute she was able to study her research material, and experienced both a development of her academic skills and her scholarly network.
A presentation of the ATTR Summer School 2018. Application deadline: May 4, 2018.
The ATTR Board has decided to award three grants and a total of 162 500 NOK to support research stays for the following ATTR members: Katharina Heinz, Ellen Reinertsen, and Lloyd Abercrombie.
We are pleased to announce that Professor Christoph Markschies, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, will be the international guest speaker at the ATTR spring term seminar in Rome.