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We are proud to present "The Day the Clock Stopped" by Ronald L. Grimes, an art film about how the events of July 22 are being commemorated in 2015.
Birte Nordahl, cand.theol. from University of Oslo, is the new Phd. Candidate in the REDO-Project.
Sidsel Undseth Bakke is a PhD candidate in literacy at the University of Stavanger, where she is working on the project "Religion and memory in the memorial messages collected after the terror attacks 22 July, 2011". In March she will stay at the University of Oslo as a visiting scholar with the REDO project.
Professor Sarah Pike will stay at The Faculty of Theology spring 2015 as a guest researcher.
REDOs research is interrogating whether ritual practices can influence changes in society. In Norway, Anders Behring Breivik’s terrorist attacks on July 22, 2011 provoked a ritual response characterized by unity and love. The ritual response to the terror is explored through traditional research methods, and both the rose marches and medias coverage of memorial ceremonies are being studied. But how is it possible to exploring the impact of the terror and its response has had for democracy and community in Norway?
The REDO project is proud to offer a new course at The Faculty of Theology. The course is led by Sarah Pike and Marion Grau and will focus on rituals, pilgrimage and the environment.