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Elementor #2286

Simultaneously with working as a university research director, Noring ran her own international consultancy company counting numerous cities as clients. More than fifteen years of living in different countries contribute to her understanding of people, cultures, and languages. “Going Places, Somewhere and Nowhere” combines in-depth research knowledge with practical experience, providing an intimate portrayal of …

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Elementor #2281

After years in academia, Noring has increasingly come to believe that these complexities are best acknowledged, comprehended, and shared through imaginative fiction. “Going Places, Somewhere and Nowhere” teases out a future that may seem daunting and even dystopian at times. Yet, it also holds a promise for a new reality, in which resilient and highly adaptive …

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Elementor #2276

In “Going Places, Somewhere and Nowhere,” Noring draws a picture in which divisions occur within and between countries. Friend and foe are everywhere. The new global map is in constant flux creating a mucky global landscape, in which confusion and chaos reign. Through the algorithm of each online community, the end-goal becomes an unreachable, like …

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Elementor #2271

“Today our online lives play a bigger and bigger role. On the internet, we are presented with a convincing narrative, all wrapped into an online community of likeminded. The time and energy we dedicate to our online presence is growing and taking away time and energy dedicated to real people in the real world. In …

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Elementor #2266

Noring’s current writing uses the medium of the novel to capture the complexities of modern society and life, including intrusive technology, continuous global conflict, loss of privacy, and loss of community. 

Elementor #2261

Holding a Ph.D. in business economics, Noring published numerous peer-reviewed articles and reports and worked as an expert for the European Commission and OECD. In “Going Places, Somewhere and Nowhere,” she uses the same tightness of language that she used in her academic articles with limited word count. Relying on an extensive research background into societies, Noring infuses “Going …

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Elementor #2256

The book portrays the chilling remoteness of modern warfare, where technology allows for the deployment of bombs and violence in distant lands with detached precision. The author confronts readers with the harsh reality that mass migration is the tangible outcome of intangible wars.

Elementor #2251

One of the novel’s standout strengths lies in its ability to ground the imagined future in our current near reality. By anchoring the story in the present, Noring makes the future more palpable and credible, inviting readers to consider the implications of a world war.

Elementor #2246

“Going Places, Somewhere and Nowhere” navigates an intricate web of human relationships, memories, and the passage of time. Through flashbacks by the novel’s central character, a window is opened to her pre-war life, revealing a subtle connection with the author herself. The protagonist’s journey is interwoven drawing poignant parallels between the world before, during, and …

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Elementor #2241

The book portrays the chilling remoteness of modern warfare, where technology allows for the deployment of bombs and violence in distant lands with detached precision. The author confronts readers with the harsh reality that mass migration is the tangible outcome of intangible wars.

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