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  • Ingrid Martins Holmberg new member of the national board at SCAS

    [25 Jan 2017] Ingrid Martins Holmberg, cluster leader of Curating the City/ Centre for Critical Heritage, has been selected as member of the national board at SCAS, The Swedish Collegium for Advanced Study.

  • 15 PhD positions in critical heritage studies

    [19 Jan 2017] REMINDER! Last day for applications for the 15 PhD positions in the program CHEurope is 27 January 2017.

  • Job Opportunity: EU-Postgraduate student in Curating the city

    [4 Jan 2017] The aim of this research trajectory is to develop the knowledge and skills needed for accomplishing independant research in Conservation, and to contribute to the development of new knowledge within the discipline through the thesis. The positions is attached to the research strand Curating the City at the Department of Conservation and Centre for Critical Heritage Studies, and the PhD will be developed in collaboration with the group of researchers. http://criticalheritagestudies.gu.se/clusters+and+heritage+academy/curating-the-city

  • Research funding to Ingrid Martins Holmberg

    [16 Nov 2016] Ingrid Martins Holmberg, senior lecturer at the Department of Conservation and research coordinator of Curating the City, Center for Critical Heritage Studies, has received 7.4 million SEK from Vetenskapsrådet, the Swedish Research Council, for the four year project Maintenance Matters. Exploring common contexts for heritage (e)valuation. Co-reasearcher is Dr. Elena Bogdanova, economic sociology.

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