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Re-wilding time: meet Relics of Nature’s postdoctoral researcher

We are very pleased to announce a new member of the Relics of Nature team: our postdoctoral researcher, Katherine Burlingame. Katherine recently completed her Ph.D. at the Department of Human Geography at Lund University, for which she was awarded an outstanding dissertation prize by Lund University’s New Society of Letters (Vetenskapssocieteten). She will soon startContinue reading “Re-wilding time: meet Relics of Nature’s postdoctoral researcher”

Addressing the future of heritage: HEI’s Cultural Heritage Day 2021

On the 18th November HEI: Heritage Experience Initiative hosted its third Cultural Heritage Day, an annual event intended as a meeting point for all who study and work with heritage. Projects were showcased through stands, and the current challenges facing heritage studies were discussed through presentations. In keeping with this year’s theme, “the future ofContinue reading “Addressing the future of heritage: HEI’s Cultural Heritage Day 2021”

Can we select our heritage?

An interesting exhibition, “ARV”, was opened on September 23 at Glassgata, at The Arctic University of Norway’s campus in Alta. ARV is designed as a travelling exhibition and has previously been exhibited in Tromsø, Sortland, Berlin, and Hammerfest. What is heritage in the Anthropoecene? How do we divide between heritage and waste? Through an aestheticContinue reading “Can we select our heritage?”

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