Author Archives: ergamenis

New look with a new book

It gives us a great pleasure to post the first entry in the new layout of our blog, which we hope that you will find improved in many levels – first and foremost to what concerns the access to the … Continue reading

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Our blog before and after a trip to Vienna

This morning, I returned to my work at the University of Bergen after an adventurous trip to Vienna. The adventure was caused by the strike of the pilots of Norwegian Airlines that has brought trouble to hundreds of thousands of people … Continue reading

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About a date in a book about the Father of History

Yesterday, I picked up a book from the New Acquisitions’ shelf at the Humanistic Studies’ section of the University of Bergen’s library. I had already seen the book while it was still being registered at the office of Pål Steiner, … Continue reading

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A meeting at Trondheim

Let me remind you one of the photos from the opening day at Yannis’ venue at Trondheim: Let’s zoom in to one person: Bjørn Røe, professor emeritus of NTNU, department of Urban Design and Planning. Father-in-law of Alexandra Angeletaki, the … Continue reading

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Universitetsmuseene

I think that this is the first time that an entry in this blog has a title in Norwegian. The reason is simple: there are a couple of things I’d wish to write about my experience working at NTNU-Vitenskapsmuseet and … Continue reading

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“Descending north” had opening at Trondheim today!

We arrived at the museum today early enough to check that all was ready to receive the first visitors at the Trondheim venue of “Descending North”. The welcoming was informal, but informative, warm, and cordial. People were magnetized by the images that … Continue reading

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On the eve of the exhibition at Trondheim

The weather forecast had announced extreme conditions for Trøndelag for today. And it was indeed the case. However, work had to be completed at NTNU-Vitenskapsmuseet where tomorrow at 13:00, the photo exhibition by Yannis Skoulas, Descending North, is opening to the … Continue reading

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