Date: Tuesday 4 June 2013, 09:00–15:15
Venue: Auditorium A, Studentsenteret, Parkveien 1, University of Bergen
The event is open to the public. Free of charge.
Bruno Latour, anthropologist and sociologist, is this year's Holberg Prize laureate. Latour is professor at Sciences Po, Paris. Photo credit: Manuel Braun.
The Board of the Ludvig Holberg Memorial Fund has decided to award the 2013 Holberg International Memorial Prize to anthropologist and sociologist Bruno Latour. The Prize amount is NOK 4.5 million (EUR 610,000/USD 790,000).
Ingvild Almås, economist, is this year's Nils Klim laureate. Almås is associate professor at the Norwegian School of Economics. Photo credit: Olav Stubberud.
The Board of the Ludvig Holberg Memorial Fund has decided to award the 2013 Nils Klim Prize to Norwegian economist Ingvild Almås. The Prize amount is NOK 250,000 (EUR 34,000/USD 43,000).
Årets prisvinnere Bruno Latour og Ingvild Almås (foto: Manuel Braun/ Jan Henning Aase).
Holbergprisen søker engasjerte studenter til å jobbe i forkant og under prisutdelingen i juni 2013. Er du samfunnsengasjert, interessert i nye utfordringer og se hvordan en internasjonal pris jobber trenger vi deg!
Ronald Dworkin received the Holberg International Memorial Prize in 2007. Photo: Holberg Prize.
Holberg Prize laureate 2007 Ronald Dworkin died on February 14, 2013.
The prize is awarded to scholars who have made outstanding contributions to research in the arts and humanities, social science, law or theology. The prizewinner must have had a decisive influence on international research.
The prize for 2014 is NOK 4.5 million (appr. EUR 610,000 / USD 790,000).
Deadline is 15 June 2013. Read more.
The Nils Klim Prize is awarded to a younger Nordic researcher who has made an outstanding contribution to research in the arts and humanities, social science, law or theology.
The prize for 2014 is NOK 250,000 (approx. EUR 34,000 / USD 43,000). Candidates must be under 35 years at the date of the deadline.
Deadline is 15 June 2013. Read more.
What exactly would Norwegian students age 16-18 research if given the chance? Read more
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Holberg International Memorial Prize is awarded annually for outstanding scholarly work in the fields of the arts and humanities, social sciences, law and theology. The prize amount is NOK 4.5 million (appr. EUR 570,000/ USD 800,000)
The Nils Klim Prize is awarded to young Nordic researchers under 35 years within the academic fields of the Holberg Prize. The prize for 2013 is NOK 250,000 (approx. 32 000EUR /42 000USD).
An important part of the objective of the Holberg Prize is to stimulate children and young people to take an interest in the arts and humanities, social sciences, law and theology. The Holberg Prize wishes to contribute to greater understanding, interest and enthusiasm for these fields. Every year students at upper secondary schools in Norway are invited to carry out a research project in cooperation with established researchers.Read more.