Gloknos at Cambridge University: Cooperates with SGOKI

The Centre for Global Knowledge Studies (gloknos) is based at the University of Cambridge in the UK. It is a part of Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (CRASSH) at the same university.

Starting in June 2019, Gloknos cooperates with Center for Global and Comparative Studies (SGOKI) in Oslo, Norway. SGOKI is now listed among Gloknos’s partners.

Gloknos is a multi-disciplinary research centre and intellectual community concerned with the constitution, diffusion, exchange, and use of human knowledges throughout history. It aims to foster advanced trans-disciplinary research and pedagogical training in Global Epistemics, as well as cross-sectorial exchanges and initiatives.

The Centre for Global Knowledge Studies (Gloknos) was founded by Dr. Inanna Hamati-Ataya in autumn 2017 with support from the European Research Council. SGOKI was established by the historian of ideas Dag Herbjørnsrud in 2015.

In July 2019, Gloknos and the publisher Rowman & Littlefield International launched the transdisciplinary book series Global Epistemics. Herbjørnsrud is part of the Editorial Review Board.

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