Talk by Marie Riegels Melchior, Associate Professor in European Ethnology, The Saxo Institute, University of Copenhagen.
About the origin of the origin - a culture-historical description of dried stockfish.
In this talk, Dolly Jorgensen will examine the role of monuments as vehicles for making visible the ever-rising number of extinctions in the modern age. Open for all.
In this presentation, Eeva-Kristiina Harlin will talk about a co-operation project with Sámi visual artist Outi Pieski.
Professor Sandra H. Dudley, University of Leicester, will give a lecture about the relationships between (ethnographic) museums, on the one hand, and diverse, postcolonial polities, migration and notions of identity on the other.
A guest lecture with Dr Susannah Eckersley from Newcastle University.
Archaeology at the Nunalleq Site, Quinhagak, Alaska. A talk by Anna Mossolova on the mask making tradition of Yup’ik people in southwest Alaska over time.
In this guest lecture by Nathalia Brichet (Aarhus), we ask: What if future ethnographic museums were seen in light of Renaissance curiosity cabinets?
Seminar presentation by Dr Melissa Forstrom from the Purchase College - State University of New York. Coffee and tea will be served. This event is open for all.
Open lecture by professor Richard Sandell, University of Leicester.
Designing a ‘subtle mob’ for National Museum Wales. Open for all.
Three presentations on how a recent flood of World heritage listings has affected sites and practices in Japan, both by imposing new, national narratives on such sites, and by introducing new actors into the process of their management. Open for all.
Seminar presentation by Lissant Bolton from the British Museum in London. Coffee and tea will be served. All welcome!