The department has a very active research community and a diverse research profile. It houses one of the world’s most excellent research communities in linguistics, amongst them the AcqVA Aurora Center, etablished in 2020.
The department houses research groups within cognitive linguistics (CLEAR), Sami language technology (Giellatekno and Divvun), socio-linguistics (LAIDUA), language acquisition (LAVA), and theoretical linguistics (CASTL-FISH). The Department’s research communities within literature, art history, and media and documentation studies are nationally highly competitive, and are organised into research groups such as Health Art Society (HAS), Russian Space, and WARGAME.
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Masteroppgaver:Kristiansen, Anna : Materialitet og kontekst i "Kunstner: Rose-Marie Huuva" Lantto, Melissa : Crosslinguistic Influence in L3A; An investigation of L3 English acquisition among North Sámi-Norwegian bilinguals Malmin, Tiedemand : Creating a Love of Reading Through Young Adult Fiction in Norwegian Lower Secondary Schools
Artikler og rapporter:Mariano, Randolf / Vårheim, Andreas : Libraries, museums and cultural centers in foreign policy and cultural diplomacy:a scoping review Vårheim, Andreas / Skare, Roswitha : Mapping the research on museums and the public sphere: a scoping review Tomic, Aleksandra / Valdés Kroff, Jorge : Expecting the unexpected: Code-switching as a facilitatory cue in online sentence processing
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