Professor Matthew Strickland from the University of Glasgow will hold a guest lecture on the following topic: Bella plus quam civilian? The Place of Battle in the Context of Civil War and Rebellion under the Anglo-Norman Kings, c. 1100-c. 1154
All are welcome to the following two invited guest lectures: «Colour and Colour Change in Van Gogh’s Paintings» and «Insights into the organic materials of objects, their changes and preservation»
Guest lecture with Dr. Gordon Noble, University of Aberdeen.
Alle er hjertelig velkomne!
Welcome, the lecture is open for all.
Prof. Dr. Robert J. Flatt, Chair of Physical Chemistry of Building Materials at ETH Zürich, will give a lecture on the topic: “Salt damage: What is it? What to do about it? And how to test for it?”.
Guest lecture: Dima Chahin is an architect, with a master’s degree in restoration of historical buildings and preservation of archaeological and natural urban regions, from University of Damascus and the Ecole de Chaillot, Paris. Chahin worked for more than ten years as advisor in the Directorate General of Antiquities and Museums, Syria.
In this lecture, she will address present and future challenges facing cultural heritage preservation in Syria.
Open for all - free admission
Guest lecture: Dr. Damien Huffer is a postdoctoral fellow at Stockholm University's Department of Archaeology & Classical Studies. He is a bioarchaeologist and osteologist by training with interest in Southeast Asian and Near Eastern prehistory, reconstructing diet, mobility and social organization in the past through isotopic analysis of human remains. His current research focuses on the ethics, legality and general operation of the online human remains trade and bioarchaeological approaches to understanding Colonial era collecting.
Free admission - open for all
How conservation science contributes to the safeguard of norwegian cultural heritage. By Francesco Caruso. Open for all.
Mari Salberg had to cancel her talk. Tor Egil Førland will give an introduction to his newest book: Values, Objectivity, and Explanation in Historiography (Routledge, 2017). Open for all.
Jonas Fossli Gjersø. Open for all.
This talk will cover the history of reactionary movements in the US. In it, Parker discusses the precursors to each movement, and discusses the demographic similarities of each. The talk culminates with a discussion of how we arrived at Trump. Open for all.