Fulbright Scholar Program

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Fulbright Scholar Award

Digital Culture

Europe and Eurasia


Award Details
Award Activity

The scholar will take part in the teaching and research activities of the Digital Culture program and the Digital Culture and Electronic Literature research groups in the Department of Linguistic, Literary and Aesthetic Studies at the University of Bergen. The scholar will teach three to four courses in digital culture and digital media aesthetics over the course of the year and will evaluate student work. Courses will run 13 teaching weeks, with two two-hour meetings per week for undergraduate courses or one three-hour meeting per week for graduate courses. Courses will be lecture and seminar. The scholar will also develop a research or artistic research project of their choosing related to Digital Culture.

Depending on needs and expertise, courses the scholar might teach include:

DIKULT103: Digital Genres: Digital Art, Electronic Literature and Computer Games
DIKULT105: Web Design
DIKULT203: Electronic Literature
DIKULT251: Critical Perspectives on Information Technologies and Society
DIKULT303: Digital Media Aesthetics
DIKULT304: Graduate Seminar: Topics in Digital Culture

Students purchase books and compendia. Lecture classrooms are equipped with appropriate technology (computer and projector) and a computer lab is available when appropriate to course content.

The scholar may teach both undergraduate and MA-level courses and may provide some thesis advising to graduate students. The scholar will also participate in and contribute to weekly meetings of the Digital Culture research group and give one public lecture on a central topic of his/her research.

Scholars selected for this award will be required to:
  • Advise and/or mentor students
  • Conduct a research project of the applicant’s choosing
  • Teach graduate and/or undergraduate courses designated by the host institution
Award Length
Five or ten months, with a preference for ten months.
Award Dates

Award must begin in August 2022.

Flex Option
Discipline Type
Only applications in the following disciplines will be considered
Creative Writing
Information Sciences/Systems
Literature, American
Literature, non- U.S.
Areas of Interest

Digital culture, electronic literature, digital media aesthetics and critical approaches to technology.

Special Features

UiB will facilitate lecture visits to other European institutions via the Fulbright inter-country lecturer program.

All U.S. awardees to Norway have two opportunities to gather as a group. The first is an orientation program held in Oslo in August. The second is a seminar in February during which awardees present on their projects followed by a weekend at a ski resort near Lillehammer. Domestic travel and lodging expenses for these gatherings are covered by the Fulbright Foundation. In addition, these expenses are covered for dependent family members of awardees for the seminar/ski weekend, which is a highlight of the Fulbright year.

Application Deadline
Activity Type
Degree Requirements
Ph.D. (or other terminal degree) required
Career Profile

Awards are open to individuals who have more than seven years of experience in an artistic profession.

Early Career Academics

Awards are open to those who have been working in the capacity of a teacher or scholar for no more than seven years.

Mid-Career Academics

Awards are open to those who have been working in the capacity of a teacher or scholar for more than seven, and less than 13, years.

Number of Recipients
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