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    • Sakrale stadnamn 

      Særheim, Inge (Journal article, 2012)
      The study of sacral place-names is the subject of some sixty articles in the first ninety-nine volumes of Namn och bygd. The authors discuss toponyms supposedly referring to earlier cult and religious conceptions, e.g. ...
    • Seansar og minnet om dei døde 

      Kalvig, Anne (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2012-06)
      At dei døde lever vidare i minnet vårt, er ingen oppsiktsvekkande påstand i det norske samfunnet. På kva måte eit slikt etterliv går føre seg, utgjer likevel førestillingar og praksisar av ymse og omdiskuterte slag. ...
    • Side, Kråke og Mula : Teig- og naturnamn som er utvikla av oblik kasusform 

      Særheim, Inge (Journal article, 2014)
      Many farm names reflecting an oblique case in Old Norse are found in south-western Norway, e.g. Bakka (from ON Bakka, oblique case of ON bakki m. ‘hill, slope’) and Brekke (from ON Brekku, oblique case of ON brekka f. ...
    • Teachers’ Use of Film in the History Classroom: A Survey of 19 High School Teachers in Norway 

      Wagner, David-Alexandre (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      This article explores the use of films by Norwegian high school teachers in history classes. Empirical data was collected through audio recordings of semi-structured interviews with 19 history teachers from the same urban ...
    • Teaching the Environmental Humanities: International Perspectives and Practices 

      O'Gorman, Emily; Van Dooren, Thom; Münster, Ursula; Adamson, Joni; Mauch, Christof; Sörlin, Sverker; Armiero, Marco; Lindström, Kati; Houston, Donna; Pádua, José Augusto; Rigby, Kate; Jones, Owain; Motion, Judy; Muecke, Stephen; Chang, Chia-Ju; Lu, Shuyuan; Jones, Christopher; Green, Lesley; Matose, Frank; Twidle, Hedley; Schneider-Mayerson, Matthew; Wiggin, Bethany; Jørgensen, Dolly (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      This article provides the first international overview and detailed discussion of teaching in the environmental humanities (EH). It is divided into three parts. The first offers a series of regional overviews: where, when, ...
    • The Promise of Kiruna's Iron Ore in the Swedish Imagination, c. 1901-1915 

      Unknown author (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      Iron ore mining in the Norrbotten region of Sweden began in the early years of the twentieth century as a commercially uncertain and even dangerous proposition. But even before it began to generate profits, public debate ...
    • The “Tale of Gamelyn” of the “Canterbury Tales”: An annotated edition. By Nila Vázquez. Lewiston: The Edwin Mellen Press, 2009. Pp. vi, 466. [Review article] 

      Thaisen, Jacob (Journal article, 2011-04)
      Did Geoffrey Chaucer compose the Tale of Gamelyn? The question is inevitable in any discussion of this tale, since the manuscripts of his poem the Canterbury Tales provide the only medieval context in which it has survived. ...
    • Tro- og livssynsfag i Skandinavia : en sammenligning 

      Husebø, Dag (Journal article, 2014)
      Artikkelen er en komparativ analyse av tros- og livssynsundervisning i skandinavisk grunnskole. Analysen er opptatt av likheter og forskjeller på både samfunnsnivå, institusjonsnivå og erfaringsnivå. Gjennom analyse av ...
    • Unique environmentalism: A comparative perspective 

      Jakobsson, Eva (Journal article, 2008-07)
      In Unique Environmentalism, a group of Norwegian political scientists explore Norwegian organized environmentalism. According to the authors, the Norwegian environmental movement is unique and, from a comparative perspective, ...
    • “Vibaa er komaa!” : Nokre drag ved det litterære språket i romanen Fred og andre verk av Arne Garborg 

      Særheim, Inge (Journal article, 2009)
      I Arne Garborgs litterære verk er ordval, språkleg form og målføring ein viktig del av miljø- og personskildringa, og har klar litterær funksjon. Garborg omtala Fred (1892) som sin “naturalistiske Jær- roman”. Også språkleg ...
    • Writing Men on the Margins: Joseph Mitchell, Masculinity, and the Flaneur 

      Ferry, Peter Paul (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      This study introduces the philosophies of the flâneur—a figure associated with the acts of wandering, observing, and reporting the realities of life on the city streets—to offer a critical reconsideration of a sociological ...