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On March 14 we will announce the winner of the Holberg Prize and Nils Klim Prize 2018. The ceremony can be watched live from 9:00.
At this year's Holberg Debate, John Pilger, Julian Assange og Jonathan Heawood will discuss the presence of propaganda in news and social media, and its democratic implications.
A conversation with the 2017 Holberg Laureate Onora O’Neill about trustworthiness and trust.
The official award ceremony for the Holberg Prize and the Nils Klim Prize
Should freedom of expression protect speech and writing that damage, undermine or distort communication?
On March 14 we will announce the winner of the Holberg Prize and Nils Klim Prize 2017. The ceremony can be watched live from 9:00.
How can we build a framework for ‘civilized conflict’ in multicultural societies where different world views determine which types of expression that are deemed unacceptable?
A conversation with the 2016 Holberg Laureate, Renaissance and Shakespeare Scholar, Stephen Greenblatt.
“Understanding emissions trading through discourse analysis”
How does life enter into the formal structure of works of art and literature? How do those works enter into the life of their own and future times?
Holberg Prize Laureate Marina Warner in conversation with Palestinian-Egyptian poet, columnist and political scientist Tamim Al-Barghouti.
This is a celebration of the Holberg Laureate, Nils Klim Laureate and the Holberg Prize School Project winners.
Marina Warner is inviting five Nordic Phd. candidates to come to Bergen in june to take part in the first ever Holberg Masterclass: “Living in Words: The question of myth”.
The symposium "Ancient Religions, Modern Dissent" was held in honour of Michael Cook, Professor of Near Eastern Studies at Princeton University and the Holberg Laureate of 2014.
The 2013 Holberg Symposium "From Economics to Ecology" was held in honour of Holberg Laureate Bruno Latour.