Tag Archives: Claude Iverné

Eid chez Claude in support of the people in the streets of Khartoum

On Saturday the 8th of June, Bergen celebrated Eid at the exhibition of Claude Iverné at Bergenkjøtt. The event was planned when the political situation in Sudan was much calmer… …but as things have developed, inevitably our gathering became also … Continue reading

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About Claude

It is rare to come across a reference to Sai Island in my everyday life in Bergen, unless this happens in the frame of my own research. Yesterday, however, one of these rare instances took place, where someone else brought … Continue reading

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Aurora in Paris

Last week, the participants from the Bergen side of the Aurora collaboration with the Institute of African Worlds of Paris-I met in a series of fruitful venues at the French capital. These meetings were meant to be the last ones in … Continue reading

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Lent lectures

One of the main reasons for our visit to Greece this time of the year had to do with the lecture that Alexandros is giving the coming Thursday at the Byzantine and Christian Museum of Athens. But there are of … Continue reading

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More on Sudan at Bergen…

This morning started as usual at the University of Bergen scanning the manuscripts of the collection that Sean O’Fahey donated to the University library. Scanning gives me time to read several texts during the process of the work, quite a … Continue reading

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