25th of February RVS Ph.D. candidate Ingrid Løland successfully defended her Ph.D. thesis with the title: Narrative Battles and Bridges: Discourses on Conflict, Religion, and Identity in a Syrian Refugee Context.
Lølands research explores the intersection between migration, religion, and identity discourses in a conflict-induced Syrian refugee context.
We congratulate Linn Sæbø Rystad on having her Ph.D. thesis; "Overestimated and Underestimated - a Case Study of the Practice of Preaching with an Emphasis on Children's Role as Listeners," approved!
The public defense takes place on Zoom Friday, March 12, at 12.15. The trial lecture will be published as a video the day before.
More details will follow.
RVS 2021: New Call for Application
The research school Religion Values Society (RVS) is recruiting 10-15 new PhD-students members who are working empirically, and contemporary with the fields of religion and/or values and society and are in PhD-program at one of the RVS member institutions.
The application is due Dec 13.
For more information and the application form here.
December 17 - Digital public defence: Dmitry Lukash
On December 17, Dmitry Lukash will hold his trial lecture and publicly defend his doctoral dissertation.
The title of the dissertation is: Just like everyone else? Service providers' perceptions of the religiosity of people with intellectual disabilities.
The public defend will be held on Skype for business.