The TiGRE project is organizing a series of research seminars to the scholarly community and the general public.
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ARENA's Stine Hesstvedt has successfully defended her PhD thesis The Politics of Expert Advice: A study of governments’ use of policy advisory commissions in Norway, 1972-2018.
On January 6, 2021, a mob of far-right protesters broke through the weak police cordon and illegally entered the US Capitol. Here's an overview of analyses of the attack by C-REX scholars and members of our advisory board.
New compendium with concise, but solid and research-based, answers by C-REX scholars to important questions in the study of the far right.
C-REX is calling for a PhD Research Fellow on Right-Wing Violence and Terrorism. Deadline: Monday, March 1, 2021
Rapid economic growth is driving up demand for real estate in India. New research reveals the techniques Indian authorities are using to transfer land from poor farmers to rich investors.
Over the coming weeks, Asimina Michailidou will be discussing fake news, fact-checking, disinformation and trust in the media with distinguished journalists, policy advisers and academics. Three episodes are already available.
For four years, EUREX researchers have studied the ‘expertization’ of the political order. The recently finished project shows how more and more academics find their way to the public committees.
ARENA's Helena Seibicke has successfully defended her PhD thesis Between Expertisation and Advocacy? The European Women’s Lobby, Gender Expertise and EU Governance.
- Trump has created an image of himself as the strong man, who will rebuild American values and fight for the forgotten women and men. That he is true to this message is part of his strength, says Sigrun Marie Moss, a researcher who specialises in political psychology.
– Norway needs ARENA to understand and navigate the European political landscape, says Daniel Naurin, who has been the director of ARENA since 1 October.
C-REX is calling for two Postdoctoral Fellows on the Extreme Right, Hate Crime and Political Violence
Differentiation is key to understanding the internal workings and external relations of the EU. The coming spring semester, ARENA will offer PhD students access to frontier research on all EU relevant aspects of differentiation.
Are you a student looking for relevant experience? We are seeking someone to assist on an exciting Horizon 2020 project for two weeks in November.
GLOBUS researchers have spent the last four years critically analysing the EU’s impact on global justice.
The project GLOBUS – Reconsidering European Contributions to Global Justice – has ended after four years of critical analysis of the EU’s global role. The final review of GLOBUS describes the project as “academically top-notch” and commends it for providing “a true value added for the research on the EU as a global player”.
Bringing together 20 partners across sectors and disciplines, the PhD network PLATO equips 15 researchers with innovative training at doctoral level. We asked our project partners about the benefits of collaborating with other sectors during a doctorate.
The coronavirus pandemic has caused anthropologists at the University of Oslo to rethink their traditional fieldwork. An initiative presented by NAV (the Norwegian Labour and Welfare Administration) could enable Master’s students at the Department of Social Anthropology to conduct research on the users of welfare services.
The dissemination event The euro: no legitimacy without solidarity? took place on 25 September 2020 and presented some of the findings from PLATO and their implications to a broad online audience.
Book Series Edited by Nigel Copsey (University of Teesside) and Graham Macklin (Centre for Research on Extremism, University of Oslo).
We are pleased to announce the official release by C-REX of an updated version of the RTV dataset, documenting right-wing terrorism and violence in Western Europe 1990-2019.
Despite increased information and knowledge, racism is still alive and kicking around the world. New research suggests racism could be a genetic trait.
Cathrine Thorleifsson, who is conducting research on the far right at the Centre for Research on Extremism (C-REX) believes that old hatreds could resurface during the coronavirus pandemic.