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Tuesday, 16 September 2014

UiS profile page updated

My profile page at University of Stavanger has been updated with my current office number and phone number.

Staff meeting attended; member of work group planning personell trip abroad

Today I have attended the personell gathering/meeting at University of Stavanger's Department of social studies

I volunteered to be a member of a work group that will plan a 2-day personell seminar/gathering abroad which will take place next Spring.

4 more hours of teaching

Today I have been teaching for 4 hours (2 x 2 hours of teacher-assisted seminar) in Examen Philosophicum at University of Stavanger's Department of social studies. This completes this week's 10 hours of teaching.

Monday, 15 September 2014

To grade exam papers for UiA

This autumn I will likely be grading some papers in Examen Philosophicum for University of Agder's Department of Religion, Philosophy and History.

6 more consecutive hours of teaching

Today I have, for the second time this autumn, taught for 6 consecutive hours - 2 hours lecture (this week on contract theory - political philosophy), followed by 2 x 2 hours teacher-assisted seminars (half course in academic writing, half work with multiple choice questions), at University of Stavanger's Department of social studies.

Sunday, 14 September 2014

Work title and publication year of Studies in Environmental Humanities volume

The book volume which is to be published in Rodopi's series "Studies in Environmental Humanities", where I will contribute with a chapter work-titled "A Critical Reading of the Mentions of Animals in Political Party Programs", has the work title "Framing Nature". The book will be published in 2016 (not 2015 as I was previously informed).

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To chair session "Learning and development" at IACS conference

I have agreed to chair the session ”Learning and development” at the upcoming First Conference of the International Association for Cognitive Semiotics (IACS) (Lund, Sweden, September 25-27). The session will be held on Friday September 26th at 13.30-15.00.

See full programme.