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Friday, 15 December 2017

Last day at conference

I have enjoyed being here, for a day and a couple of more hours of program, at the first conference, held by and at the Paris School of Economics. Now it is coming to an end. A lot of interesting talks and data on historical developments in inequality around the world.

Subjectivity program area application said to be submitted

About a week ago, I am told, the philosophers´ application for a research program area on philosophical and scientific perspectives on subjectivity was submitted to the head of department at Department of media and social sciences. I am involved as one of the several core researchers.

Christmas lunch

Wednesday this week, two days ago, I attended the beginning of Department of social studies´ annual Christmas lunch, which was this year at Victoria hotel.

Holidays hopefully to be transferred

I have just applied for having 14 remaining vacation days transferred to 2018.

Thursday, 14 December 2017

Finally in Paris for inequality conference

I have finally arrived in Paris, at the global inequality conference of the Paris School of Economics. The very first World Inequality Report was launched this morning - but I missed that, since my flight yesterday from Stavanger to Oslo was delayed some 2 hours, making me miss my next flight, for Paris. But now, via Stockholm, I am here at last.

Monday, 11 December 2017


I have just signed up for a year´s subscription to Nature, to be paid with my Outstanding Young Researcher funds.

Biosemiotics editorial "The first decade of Biosemiotics" published online

Our new Biosemiotics editorial has been published online.

Maran, Timo, Alexei Sharov and Morten Tønnessen 2017. The first decade of Biosemiotics. Editorial. Biosemiotics 10(3). published online December 9th 2017 (DOI: