Tomorrow we’re welcoming our new MA students – but I can’t be there since tomorrow’s one of my much coveted stay-at-home-with-the-baby days. So I recorded a very brief video about what kinds of topics I can supervise. It could no doubt be much better in terms of content (not to mention that I could have done with professional make-up and lighting, right?) but then again, there’s much to be said for simply doing something fast rather than putting it off forever because you want it to be perfect. Here it is. In Norwegian.

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