In 2005 an earthquake struck the island of Nias in Indonesia, and destroyed 50,000 homes. In this presentation you can hear about how the traditional houses were restored with help from humanitarian aid organisations and the Nias Heritage Museum. Open for all.
In this guest lecture, Momoyo K. Shibuya deals with the issue of the Japanese apologies for the atrocities during the WWII - one of the most important issues for the contemporary international relations inside the East Asian region.
The conference aims to bring scholars and practitioners from different disciplines and institutions together, in order to exchange perspectives and expand scholarship on Sámi issues related to museums. Registration is required.
In this talk, Chen Xianwen will discuss the changing patterns in the salmon trade between Norway and China, as a use of economic sanctions.
Ni museologer har undersøkt gjøremål som finner sted i museer og sett på samspillet mellom praktisk og teoretisk arbeid. Åpent for alle.
In his talk, Konrad Lawson will discuss two elements that should have made for a very different politics of retribution in China and South Korea.
Cand.philol. Silje Opdahl Mathisen ved Institutt for kulturstudier og orientalske språk vil forsvare sin avhandling for graden philosophiae doctor (ph.d.): Etnisitetens estetikk. Visuelle fortellinger og forhandlinger i samiske museumsutstillinger