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Nubian Letters 22

Today our itinerary through the 22 volumes of the journal Nubian Letters is coming to an end. We wish to conclude by thanking once again Karel Innemée, one of the two editors of the journal, who gave us the permission … Continue reading

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Nubian Letters 21

First Saturday night in Greece, beers, and great talk planning the exhibition of Yannis Skoulas next month in Bergen. But more about this in due time. For now, second before last pdf of the journal Nubian Studies: Nubian Letters 21

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Nubian Letters 20

A report in På Høyden, the online journal of the University of Bergen, brings us for a moment back to Norway and the markeringsdag of Sean O’ Fahey that took place there a week ago: http://nyheter.uib.no/?modus=vis_nyhet&id=53501 Just two more steps … Continue reading

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Nubian Letters 19

So, now we have come to Hellas :-) And despite the mood for leisure… …work will go on for a couple of days still: Nubian Letters 19

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Nubian Letters 18

The entry with this pdf is posted from the airport of Frankfurt on the way from Norway to Greece where next week our holidays start :-) Nubian Letters 18

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Nubian Letters 17

Well, that was it… Norway moved towards the right-wing in politics and the hopes for a larger fragmentation of the left and center forces in order to create a stronger opposition supporting environment, human rights, immigrants, labour, and international role … Continue reading

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Nubian Letters 16

Today parliamentary elections took place in Norway. Perhaps the most crucial ones in may years now and many years to come. The comments on the results will be posted tomorrow. Today we accompany the 16th volume of Nubian Letters with … Continue reading

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