IKOS PhD Mid-term evaluation: "Pilgrimage matters"

We want to invite you to an open evaluation with our PhD-fellow in Cultural History Hannah Kristine Lunde. To comment on the candidates work, we have invited Professor Simon Coleman from the University of Toronto, Canada

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Hannah Kristine Lunde (photo: UiO)

The mid-term evaluation is organized in two parts and starts with a 2-hour public seminar, followed by a closed meeting.

The purpose of the evaluation is to assess the progress of the PhD project at a point when it is still possible to make small or substantial changes. In general, we want to know how the candidate is doing, how much work is done, and what is left.

About the PhD candidate and her Research

Hannah Kristine Lunde is employed as a Research Fellow at the Department of Culture Studies and Oriental Languages. Her project is connected to the lager research project Stories of Heritage

Her PhD project explores contemporary pilgrimage practices in Norway. The focus is on contemporary interpretations of the legend of St Sunniva and the island of Selja as a pilgrimage destination. The St Olav Ways to Trondheim are viewed in a comparative perspective. 









Published Aug. 18, 2020 11:12 AM - Last modified Aug. 18, 2020 1:50 PM