Nordic Industrial Heritage Culture in the 2020s, part II: Citizens, communities and cultural heritage organizations
The Nordic-Baltic research network Nordic Industrial Heritage Culture in the 2020s, funded by NOS-HS, organized the second in a series of three workshops in Tampere/Tammerfors, Finland, under the theme: Citizens, societies, and memory organizations, March 24-26 2022.
Nordic Industrial Heritage Culture in the 2020s – A new Nordic-Baltic research collaboration
How has business globalization, digitization and relocation affected our understanding of industrial heritage culture? An international research group has been formed to discuss the relevance of industrial heritage in the information society, during three workshops.
Lunch webinar: A flourishing market – The history of market gardens in Sweden
Welcome to a conversation about the history of market gardens in Sweden between Inger Olausson, researcher and senior lecturer at the Department of Cultural Conservation, University of Gothenburg, and Anders Houltz, head of research at the Centre for Business History.
New book about Skeppshult Bike’s history: We need your help to fill the gaps!
We are researching the history of the legendary Skeppshult Bike (Skeppshultcykeln) and are looking for stories from anyone who has worked in the bike factory or in any other way has a relation to the bike, its factory, or the region. Share your story!
School collaborations: We work with Wikipedia Sweden and the Nordic Museum
In the project “Cultural history as a final high school essay”, we work together with Wikipedia Sweden and the Nordic Museum. The project gives secondary school students hands-on experience in digital source criticism and in how to write fact-based articles on Wikipedia.