In his new book on Practicing Safe Sects, Professor F. LeRon Shults at the Department of Religion, Philosophy and History at the faculty of Humanities and Education explains why non-believers have better sects.
Professor Ole-Christoffer Granmo has, in secret, developed a solution which will be quicker, simpler, and more precise than established methods for self-learning machines. The results were presented at a seminar at the Centre for Artificial Intelligence Research.
In her doctoral work, Maryam Kharatyam interprets the Armenian composer Aram Khachaturian, and on February 8 she gives a solo concert in Kilden with Kristiansand Symphony Orchestra and the recognised conductor Eivind Gullberg Jensen.
Paul recommended that the Christians should have a relaxed relationship to rules about food and meals. He wanted to distance himself in this way from his contemporaries, and build a separate identity and food tradition for the Christians.
Fredrik Sahlander played fast, but it was not fast enough. He played elegantly, but it was not graceful enough. He has now defended a doctoral dissertation where he presents the method that made him a better bassist within two years.
The mood was not great when industry representatives from all over the world met at the University of Agder in 2007 to discuss the future of the music industry in digitalised world. Five years later, optimism has returned.