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Invited talk

On October 5, Tore Nesset gave an invited lecture entitled “Rival forms in modern Russian” at the Zürich-Bern Kolloquium für slavistische Linguistik at the University of Zürich (Switzerland). See the abstract here.

“– En effektiv måte å lære seg et språk”

The Ukrainian Constructicon resource and launch are discussed in the UiT news article in Norwegian by Kim Bredesen at https://uit.no/nyheter/artikkel?p_document_id=820586

Launch of the Ukrainian Constructicon

On August 14, our group held a public launch of a new open access digital language resource for Ukrainian, called the Ukrainian Constructicon, a searchable database of prominent patterns that structure phrases and sentences in Ukrainian.

The program of the launch is on Tavla.

Pictured are: Anna Endresen, Laura A. Janda, Yuliia Palii, and Valentina Zhukova. Zoia Butenko, a member of our team, is not present on the picture.

CLEAR group at ICLC 16

In August 7-11, ten members of the CLEAR group presented their research at the 16th International Cognitive Linguistics Conference (ICLC 16) held in Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf, Germany (https://iclc16.phil.hhu.de).

Pictured (from left to right):

Simon Devylder, Svetlana Sokolova, Laura A. Janda, Valentina Zhukova, Yuliia Palii (front row), Reza Soltani, Tore Nesset, Anastasia Makarova, Anna Obukhova, and Elmira Zhamaletdinova (back row).

Doctoral defence

On June 26, 2023, CLEAR’s own Daria Kosheleva successfully defended her doctoral dissertation entitled “Aspect and Meaning in the Russian Future Tense: Corpus and Experimental Investigations” (available here).

Pictured (from left to right):

Natalia Mitrofanova (UiT), Cathrine Theodorsen (Head of Department of Language and Culture, UiT), Egbert Fortuin (Leiden University), Daria Kosheleva, Mirjam Fried (Charles University), Tore Nesset, Laura A. Janda

SCLA in Harvard

On June 1-3, members of the CLEAR group presented their research in 9 talks (!) at the Eighteenth Conference of the Slavic Cognitive Linguistics Association (SCLC-2023) organized in Harvard University. Program

Pictured (from left to right): Elmira Zhamaletdinova, Anna Obukhova, Svetlana Sokolova, Tore Nesset, Laura Janda, Anastasia Makarova, Valentina Zhukova, Alexandra Ignatieva, Elizaveta Kibisova.


Project output evaluation

On June 8, 2022, we had a final evaluation meeting for Min Russiske Reise. In addition to local CLEAR group members, we had participants from Uppsala University (Anastasia Makarova), University of Oslo (Trond Gunnar Nordenstam) and University of Bergen (Brita Lotsberg Bryn).


Education prize

On December 16, our research group CLEAR received the prestigious Education prize (Utdanningsprisen). The prize is granted by the Faculty of Humanities, Social Sciences and Education at UiT for creation of two innovative educational resources, both launched in 2021:

“Min russiske reise” (My Russian journey, a new interactive textbook for teaching elementary Russian) and

The Russian Constructicon (a searchable database of over 2250 Russian multi-word constructions).

Congratulations to those who worked hard on these two projects over the past several years!

Because of the new regulations, only four members of our group were allowed to come to the ceremony, but the prize is given to the whole group. Pictured are (from left to right): Sonni Olsen (dean of HSL department), Tore Nesset, Svetlana Sokolova, Elena Bjørgve, Anna Endresen.

On November 12, our research group launched a new resource for teaching elementary Russian – “Min russiske reise” (Eng. ‘My Russian journey’). This is the result of the team’s hard work during the pandemic (2019-2021). “Min russiske reise” is a brand new beginner’s course in elementary Russian that contains texts, grammar and interactive exercises. In addition, there are grammar videos, pronunciation exercises, songs and much more! The resource is available at: https://mooc.uit.no/courses/course-v1:UiT+C001+2020/about. Congratulations to Svetlana Sokolova, Tore Nesset, Elena Bjørgve, Daria Kosheleva, Elmira Zhamaletdinova, and Laura Janda!

Watch this short video to see the retrospective of the event with the song “Я пытаюсь” (Eng. ‘I am trying’) in the background. The song was written and performed by the first year Russian student at UiT and professional musician Solvei Stenslie, also responsible for the media module in the resource. The lyrics summarize Solvei’s experience with learning Russian.

Here is a video that features an external reviewer and two external participants of the project who talk about the resource:

On November 8, Laura Janda gave a talk entitled “Russian’s ICONic constructICON”, as part of digital lecture series “Explorations in Construction Grammar” organized by Thomas Herbst:

On October 19-20, the CLEAR group had an intensive seminar on grant proposals at Sommarøya. Thank you for this highly productive and inspirational time!

On October 7, 2021, our own wonderful Laura Janda gave a talk on 1) archiving of linguistic data in TROLLing and 2) strategic targeting of rich inflectional morphology for linguistic analysis and L2 acquisition. The talk is a part of the LADAL Opening Webinar Series 2021 and is now available on YouTube:

On September 20, 2021, we officially launched The Russian Constructicon, the new open-access electronic resource for learners and researchers of Russian.

The recording of the launch is now uploaded on the YouTube channel of the resource:

On June 16, 2021, Tore Nesset gave an invited talk entitled “Armed with a Corpus: Language Change and Corpus Data” for the Brazilian Linguistic Association (Abralin.org).

On June 3-6, 2021, the CLEAR group organized the 17th Slavic Cognitive Linguistics Conference (SCLC-2020/2021) that for the first time in its history took place digitally. With over 70 participants from all over the world, 41 talks and 3 plenary lectures, we also launched two newly created digital resources, SMARTool: The Strategic Mastery of Russian Tool and the Russian Constructicon.

On May 28, 2021, the CLEAR group had a midway evaulation of Elmira Zhamaletdinova’s PhD project on modality in modern Russian. Professor Jan Nuyts of the University of Antwerp participated as an external reviewer.

On May 19, 2021, Laura A. Janda gave a talk entitled “Verb Classifiers – not so exotic after all? The case of Russian” for the Brazilian Linguistic Association (Abralin.org).

On May 16, 2021, Laura A. Janda and student Marte Isaksen visited the news program “Helgemorgen”. In the interview they talked about constructed languages and how it can benefit students learning languages.

See the broadcast here (in Norwegian)

Read more about constructed languages at UiT – The Arctic University of Norway here (in Norwegian)

On March 15, 2021, the CLEAR group had a digital midway evaluation of the project “Min russiske reise” (Tore, Laura, Svetlana, Elena, Daria and Elmira). Anna Levinzon from HSE university and Steven Clancy from Harvard University participated as external reviewers. Vice dean Lars Aage Rotvold participated from the UiT adminstration.






On September 2, 2020, the movie “Vår felles seier” (“Our common victory”) premiered. The screening was introduced by the projects principal investigator, Elena Bjørgve, followed by students taking part in the project.

On August 21, 2020, leaders of the CLEAR group received a UiT grant that will support the project “MAJAK: Det russiske læringsfyrtårnet” .

The ultimate goal of the project is to improve teaching of Russian at BA level by using language technology, digitalization, and linguistic research.

Read more here: https://uit.no/nyheter/artikkel?p_document_id=694783

Pictured are (by Jonatan Ottesen/UiT): Tore Nesset, Laura Janda, Svetlana Sokolova, UiT rector Anne Husebekk, rector for Education Wenche Jakobsen.

On March 27, 2020, Maria Nordrum defended her doctoral dissertation entitled “Together and apart: Perfective verbs with a prefix and the semelfactive suffix -nu- in Contemporary Standard Russian”. The project was supervised by Tore Nesset and Laura A. Janda.

The dissertation committee consisted of Östen Dahl (Stockholm University) as the 1st opponent, Alan Cienki (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam) as the 2nd opponent, and the leader of the committee Natalia Mitrofanova (UiT The Arctic University of Norway). The leader of the defense was Linda Nesby.

Maria’s doctoral dissertation is now available at MUNIN here.


On March 13, 2020, a podcast about the SMARTool has been published. You can now hear it here: https://soundcloud.com/opensciencetalk/33-smartool



On February 26, 2020, the SMARTool became the front page story on the Norwegian Research news website: https://forskning.no/partner-pedagogikk-skole-og-utdanning/na-blir-det-mye-lettere-a-laere-et-nytt-sprak/1641581


On February 21, 2020, the SMARTool was featured in the NRK Sápmi national TV broadcast today (see 1 minute 40 seconds to 4 minutes 05 seconds): https://tv.nrk.no/serie/oddasat-tv/202002/SANY70022120/avspiller

On February 14, 2020, you can now read a news story about the SMARTool: “Nå blir det mye lettere å lære et nytt språk”

Pictured (by UiT/Jørn Berger Nyvoll): Laura Janda.

February 13, 2020: Today’s launch of the SMARTool got a mention in iTromsø newspaper! Congratulations yet again to Laura Janda, Radovan Bast and the team! (The article can be accessed with an iTromsø subscription and is in Norwegian): “Tromsø-forskere lanserte nytt gratis verktøy for å lære språk”

Pictured: Laura Janda, Radovan Bast.

On February 13, 2020, Laura Janda and Radovan Bast, together with other collaborators, launched a new research-based educational electronic resource named SMARTool (Strategic Mastery of Russian Tool) created for learners of Russian. SMARTool is now freely available at https://smartool.github.io/smartool-rus-eng/. It provides and illustrates the most frequent word forms that learners of Russian need to know and thus reduces the burden of learning the language by over 90%!! Congratulations, Laura, Radovan, and the whole team behind this useful project!

Pictured are (from left to right): Radovan Bast, Tore Nesset, Svetlana Sokolova, Laura Janda, James David McDonald, Liza Kibisova. They are sending warm regards to other members of the project team who were not present at the launch: Mikhail Kopotev, Francis M. Tyers, Ekaterina Rakhilina, Olga Lyashevskaya, Valentina Zhukova, and Evgeniia Sudarikova.


On November 29, 2019, the Russian faculty at UiT held the annual Novemberseminaret i russisk. We had a very productive and busy day with 15 informative talks detailing various on-going projects. We thank all the participants for their contribution!

The CLEAR group does it again! Svetlana Sokolova, Valentina Zhukova, Tore Nesset, and Laura Janda are presenting at the Slavic Cognitive Linguistics Conference at Harvard University on October 12-14, 2019: https://slavic.fas.harvard.edu/2019-conference

There are five talks by CLEAR group members at this conference.

Pictured (from left to right): Laura Janda, Tore Nesset, Valentina Zhukova, Svetlana Sokolova

Invited guest lectures by Laura Janda and Tore Nesset at Petrozavodsk State University (Petrozavodsk, September 18, 2019) and the Higher School of Economics (Moscow, September 26, 2019)

Pictured: Tore Nesset

On September 5-6 2019, right after the PhD course “Aspect across languages and linguistic schools”, we held a conference “Aspect in the Arctic” that featured seven keynote lectures and eleven talks. Many thanks to co-organizers Laura Janda,  Antonio Fábregas, Anna Endresen, and James David McDonald for all their work and fantastic collaboration, and thank you to all members of the CLEAR research group at UiT for their help in organizing this event!! This was a highly productive and intensive week!

LingPhil PhD course HIF-8038 “Aspect across languages and linguistic schools” held at UiT on September 2-4, 2019 was co-organized by Laura Janda,  Antonio Fábregas, Anna Endresen, and James David McDonald.

  • The event attracted PhD students and postdocs from both Norwegian universities (University of Agder and UiT The Arctic University Norway) and from abroad (U of California, U of Chicago, USA; Vilnius U; Institute for Linguistics Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences; Rhodes U).
  • The course was taught by leading experts of grammatical aspect: Östen Dahl (Stockholm U),  Stephen M. Dickey (U of Kansas), María J. Arche (U of Greenwich), Mila Vulchanova (NTNU), Laura A. Janda, Antonio Fábregas, and Gillian Ramchand (UiT).
  • The course discussed peculiar properties of grammatical aspect, one of the most versatile and striking grammatical categories of natural languages. The focus was on recent accounts of aspect in various theoretical frameworks and on rich empirical data from a variety of languages, including Germanic, Slavic, Celtic, Romance and Indo-Iranian languages (in particular English, Russian, Bulgarian, Scottish Gaelic, Spanish, and Hindi) as well as some non-Indo-European languages.

September 2019: CLEAR is back to Tromsø ready for a PhD course and a conference next week.

Pictured are (from left to right): Elmira Zhamaletdinova, Daria Kosheleva, Laura Janda, Tore Nesset, Julie Goncharov, Svetlana Sokolova, Anna Endresen.

August 2019: The CLEAR group is making a big impression at Det 21:a Nordiska Slavistmötet in Joensuu, Finland (August 14-18, 2019).

CLEAR members presented five talks, organized a Theme session on compound words and a round table on the Learner’s Constructicon for Russian.

Pictured are (from left to right): Elena Bjørgve, Daria Kosheleva, Svetlana Sokolova, Laura Janda, Tore Nesset, Valentina Zhukova, Ekarina Rakhilina.

August 6-11, 2019: Members of CLEAR presented six talks at the 15th International Cognitive Linguistics Conference in Nishinomiya, Japan.

Pictured (from left to right): Daria Mordashova, Laura Janda, Valentina Zhukova, Svetlana Sokolova, Tore Nesset, Daria Kosheleva, Saeed Rahandaz. 


Svetlana Sokolova has given a guest lecture entitled “Social and pragmatic dimensions of language as part of Cognitive Linguistics: Entrenchment and Conventionalization” at HaCKS (Historical and Contemporary Knowledgebase in Sociolinguistics) workshop on indexicality, University of Sheffield, UK, December 12, 2018.

Svetlana Sokolova has given a guest lecture entitled “The database of Russian aspectual prefixes “Exploring emptiness”: theory and practice” (База русских видовых приставок «Exploring Emptiness»: теория и практика) at the Univeristy of Innsbruck as part of the course 612034 VU/2 Sprachwissenschaftliche Methoden: Korpuslinguistik, November 23, 2018.

Svetlana Sokolova has given a guest lecture entitled “As I have already said: the problem of aspectual choice in Russian” («Как я уже сказал» или «как я уже говорил»: проблема выбора видовой формы в русском языке). Guest lecture at the University of Salzburg as part of the course Russisch III, November 21, 2018.

June 20, 2018: Tore Nesset was awarded the status of “Meritorious Teacher” of UiT The Arctic University of Norway. Read more in Khrono. Tore Nesset’s digital Teaching Portfolio can be accessed here.

Pictured (from left to right): Anne Husebekk, Lena Bendiksen, Tore Nesset, Jørn Hansen, Jahn Petter Johnsen, Siw Skrøvset, and Hilde Blix. Foto: David Jensen /UiT

May 4, 2018: Laura Janda has become a member of the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters. Congratulations, Laura! We are so proud of you!

Svetlana Sokolova had a research stay with the group “Out of Our Minds” (University of Sheffield – University of Birmingham), School of Languages and Cultures, University of Sheffield, UK.

Scholarship received from UiT The Arctic University of Norway.

You can read more about her stay in her blog: https://outofourminds.bham.ac.uk/blog/6

Pictured: Svetlana Sokolova



Svetlana Sokolova has taught a special course in Russian linguistics at Alpen-Adria-Universität, Klagenfurt, December 12-20, 2017: “Cognitive Approaches to Russian Verbs” (Когнитивные подходы к описанию русского глагола), 530.061, 17W

October 13, 2017: Laura Janda received a festschrift in her honor:

Anastasia Makarova, Stephen M. Dickey and Dagmar S. Divjak (eds.) Each Venture a New Beginning: Studies in Honor of Laura A. Janda. 2017. Bloomington, IN: Slavica Publishers. 241-258. ISBN 978-0-89357-478-9.

Pictured are: Laura Janda (leftmost picture); Stephen Dickey, Dagmar Divjak, Laura Janda

May 2017: An interview with Laura Janda about open data in linguistics

April 18, 2017: Laura Janda was selected as an “Open Data Champion” in SPARC Europe’s European Open Data showcase! Read the interview with Laura Janda here.

On June 14, 2017, Laura Janda was awarded the status of a “Meritorious Teacher” in the first round of competitions at UiT The Arctic University of Norway. Congratulations, Laura!

Read more here.

Laura Janda’s digital Teaching Portfolio can be accessed here.

Pictured are (from left to right): Eli Moksnes Furu, Marit Allern, Anne Eriksen, Wenche Jakobsen, Laura Janda, Anne Husebekk, Bernt Bertheussen. Foto: Lars Åke Andersen

In March, 2017, Svetlana Sokolova gave three guest lectures at Moscow State University:

Cognitive Linguistics: major concepts and current issues and their application to research on Russian morphology (Kognitivnaja lingvistika: osnovnye ponjatija i aktual’nye voprosy i ix primenenie v opisanii morfologii russkogo jazyka). Lecture within the course “Contemporary Russian. Morphology” for second year students (BA in Russian linguistics), Moscow State University, March 23, 2017.

Different approaches to classification and analysis of compounds. New Compounds in Russian. (Raznye podxody k klassifikcii i opisaniju složnyx slov. Novye složnye slova v russkom jazyke). Seminar on “Compounding”, Moscow State University, March 28, 2017.

Slavic studies, quo vadis? An Overview of international projects on grammar research. Projects of the CLEAR group at UiT The Arctic University of Norway (Slavistika, quo vadis? Obzor zarubežnyx proektov po izučeniju grammatiki. Proekty gruppy CLEAR v Norvežskom arktičeskom universitete g. Tromsø). Seminar for MA students, Moscow State University, March 29, 2017.


The book Ikke bare-bare – en liten bok om å oversette til russisk by our own Tore Nesset and Anastasia Makarova (Novus 2016) just came out in November 2016!

The book is accompanied with a website containing videos and interactive exercises for each chapter of the book.

Topics covered: verb aspect, verbs of motion, numerals and quantifiers, short forms of adjectives, impersonal constructions, passive, participles and gerunds, complex sentences, and word order.

Pictured: Tore Nesset, Anastasia Makarova. Photo: David Jensen / UiT

November 18, 2016: Here are press releases about research by Laura Janda and Lene Antonsen in both Norwegian and North Saami

Pictured (from left to right): Lene Antonsen and Laura Janda. Foto: Stig Brøndbo

August 15, 2016: Robert Reynolds defended his doctoral dissertation “Russian natural language processing for computer- assisted language learning: Capturing the benefits of deep morphological analysis in real-life applications” now available here on MUNIN.

Pictured: Robert Reynolds



The last conference of the year 2015 attended by CLEAR is the 14th annual conference of the Slavic Cognitive Linguistics Association held at the Universities of Sheffield and Oxford (UK) on December 9-13, where six members of CLEAR presented seven talks including a featured presentation on TROLLing (http://opendata.uit.no/).

Pictured are: Anastasia Makarova, Svetlana Sokolova, Hanne M. Eckhoff, Laura A. Janda, Tore Nesset, and Julia Kuznetsova

Today, on the 17th of December of 2015 we received great news: our own Francis Tyers just received a grant from the European Association of Machine Translation for holding a Summer School on Rule-Based Machine Translation.

The school will take place over a period of two weeks in the summer of 2016 at the Universitat d’Alacant.

Congratulations, Fran!!

Pictured is: Francis M. Tyers

Time machines do not exist, but books are good substitutes. Tore Nesset’s new book that just came out in September 2015 takes you two thousand years back in time and explains how the Russian language came to be the way it is by reviewing all major changes in the grammar and sound system. The book is now available at Slavica Publishers.

Pictured: Tore Nesset

We are happy to announce that our own Julia Kuznetsova published a book entitled “Linguistic profiles: Going from Form to Meaning via Statistics”. The book came out at DE GRUYTER MOUTON in August, 2015.

Pictured: Julia Kuznetsova

CLEAR had a fantastic start to the new semester! The day after a productive and highly inspirational group meeting held on August 26, CLEAR attended a musical concert “Grieg & Mendelssohn ut på tur” performed by the virtuosic Nordnorsk Opera og Symfonyorkester. Here we are, in the woods in front of Skihytta, in one of the most picturesque places in Tromsø.

Pictured are: Koldo J. Garai (University of the Basque Country), Svetlana Sokolova, Anna Endresen, Hanne M. Eckhoff, Tore Nesset, Laura A. Janda, Anastasia Makarova, and our new students Marina Kustova and Tatiana Gavrilova.

On August 19, 2015, four members of our research group presented five papers at the 5th Conference of the Scandinavian Association for Language and Cognition (SALC V) organized by NTNU. They send warm regards to three other members of CLEAR, Francis Tyers, Robert Reynolds, and Olga Lyashevskaya, who co-authored two of these papers.

Pictured (from left to right): Laura A. Janda, Tores Nesset, Anastasia Makarova, Anna Endresen

On July 20-25, 2015, eight members of the CLEAR research group presented twelve papers at the International Cognitive Linguistics Conference in Newcastle, UK. Here they are, all wearing TROLLing t-shirts.

Pictured (from left to right): Julia Kuznetsova, Anastasia Makarova, Laura Janda, Olga Lyashevskaya, Tore Nesset, Svetlana Sokolova, Anna Endresen, and Aleksandrs Berdicevskis.

Starting from July 2015, the CLEAR group has a new member, Maria Nordrum, who recently submitted her Master’s thesis entitled “Disentangling путать: An empirical analysis of one verb with prefix variation”.

Pictured: Tore Nesset, Maria Nordrum

On April 21-22, 2015, the CLEAR group organized a conference “Slavic Corpus Linguistics: The Historical Dimension”. For the programme, handouts and presentations see the conference site at https://site.uit.no/slavhistcorp/

On April 21, 2015, a member of CLEAR, Hanne Eckhoff, held a launch of TOROT, the Tromsø Old Russian and OCS Treebank, available at https://nestor.uit.no/users/sign_in.

See ppt from this event.

Anna Endresen defended her doctoral dissertation titled “Non-Standard Allomorphy in Russian Prefixes: Corpus, Experimental, and Statistical Exploration” on January 16, 2015.

Pictured are (from left to right) Hanne M. Eckhoff (leader of the committee), Eystein Dahl (leader of the defense), Laura A. Janda (supervisor), Dagmar Divjak (2nd opponent), Anna Endresen (candidate), Tore Nesset (supervisor), and Stephen M. Dickey (1st opponent).



The second edition of Tore Nesset’s book “Russiskstudentens beste venn. Elementær innføring i kasuslære” came out in November, 2014. Find out more about this book at http://novus.mamutweb.com/Shop/List/Russisk/78/1

Pictured: Tore Nesset

On September 19-20, 2014, the CLEAR group participated in Research Days (Forskningsdagene) in Tromsø, presenting our research to the local public.

Pictured are Francis M. Tyers, Laura A. Janda, Tore Nesset, and Svetlana Sokolova.

Anastasia Makarova defended her dissertation titled “Rethinking diminutives: a case study of Russian verbs” on August 26, 2014.

Pictured are Laura A. Janda, Michael S. Flier (2nd opponent), Stephen M. Dickey (1st opponent), Elizaveta Renne, Anastasia Makarova, Tore Nesset (supervisor), and Hanne M. Eckhoff (leader of the committee). Photo: Adnan Icagic



Julia Kuznetsova defended her dissertation titled “Linguistic Profiles: Correlations between Form and Meaning” on May 6, 2013.

Pictured: Julia Kuznetsova with Laura Janda (supervisor), Endre Mørck (leader of the committee), Maria Polinsky (1st opponent), Peter Svenonius (leader of the defense), and Mark Turner (2nd opponent).

On February 22, 2013 the CLEAR group organized a conference “Cognitive Linguistics in the Triangle: Slavic and Beyond” that took place at UNC Chapel Hill, USA (Program):

Our book “Why Russian aspectual prefixes aren’t empty: prefixes as verb classifiers” (2013) co-authored by Laura Janda, Anna Endresen, Julia Kuznetsova, Olga Lyashevskaya, Anastasia Makarova, Tore Nesset, and Svetlana Sokolova has been published by Slavica Publishers.



Svetlana Sokolova defended her doctoral dissertation entitled “Asymmetries in Linguistic Construal.  Russian Prefixes and the Locative Alternation” on September 24, 2012.

On the picture: Svetlana Sokolova with Laura Janda (supervisor), Mirjam Fried (1st opponent), Antonio Fabregas (leader of the committee),Tuomas Huomo (2nd opponent), and Endre Mørck (chair, department of linguistics)



At the HSL Christmas party on December 16, 2011, Laura Janda received the Prize for Best ResearcherJanda was nominated jointly by CASTL and the Department of Language and Linguistics at the University of Tromsø. Congratulations, Laura!

Here is an excerpt of the nomination letter.

Pictured: Laura Janda

In the year 2011/2012 Laura A. Janda and Tore Nesset were group leaders of the Research group “Time is Space: Unconscious Models and Conscious Acts” at the Centre for Advanced Study in Oslo.

March 2, 2011, at 12.15: Exploring Emptiness database is officially released and celebrated at Akademisk Kvarter, the university book store. Release party invitation

Read a blog post by Laura Janda: Exploring Emptiness: A database for learners and teachers of Russian

Research group CLEAR at one of regular weekly meetings in 2011.

Pictured (from left to right): Svetlana Sokolova, Anna Endresen, Olga Lyashevskaya, Laura Janda, Tore Nesset, Julia Kuznetsova, Anastasia Makarova.


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