Elizabeth Robson is spending three months as a visiting postdoctoral researcher with HEI at the University of Oslo, from April to June 2022.
New exhibition at Kunstnernes hus with contributions from HEI's Toufoul Abou-Hodeib.
Margrethe K. H. Havgar is HEI’s new research and outreach coordinator.
This spring's internship course in archaeology was organized as a digital internship. The students were given the task of writing articles for Norgeshistorie.no.
Scott Anfinson from the University of Minnesota is visiting UiO on a Fulbright Grant and will be studying heritage management in Norway. His project is connected to HEI: Heritage Experience Initiative and he will be visiting until the end of June 2020. He will be seated in Blindernveien 11, and is eager to get in touch with colleagues from the heritage management field.
Åmund Norum Resløkken is newly employed Postdoctoral Fellow in Digital Heritage and Cultural History. The position is connected to HEI: Heritage Experience Initiative and the working group ‘Digital Heritage’.
Þóra Pétursdóttir started as the new Associate Professor on the 1st of August. She will be leading the working group ‘Heritage, time and memory’.
HEI arranged its first annual cultural heritage day on the 21st of March 2019. The event had a good turnout with over 180 participants!
Are you studying towards a PhD with topics related to museums or cultural heritage? Are you interested in exploring how the concept of ‘Situated Knowledges’ (Haraway) plays out in your research?
HEI hosted two critical heritage-panels at Arendsalsuka 2018. The panels attracted a commited audience numbering well over 60 people.
With all vacant HEI-positions being advertised, it is our pleasure to announce that the first HEI-employee already is settled: As of 2019 Dr. Samuel Hardy will join HEI as post-doctoral fellow.
HEI will host two Critical Heritage-panels at Arendalsuka 2018.
A permanent position as Associate Professor of Cultural History of Nature is available at the Department of Culture Studies and Oriental Languages, University of Oslo.
A permanent position as Associate Professor in Archaeology is available at the Department of Archaeology, Conservation and History, University of Oslo. For the five-year period 2019–23 the position is part of The Heritage Experience Initiative (HEI)
A Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship in «Cultural heritage and conflicts» is available at the Norwegian Institute in Rome, University of Oslo.