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  • Charlotta Bylund Melin new PhD in Conservation

    [2 Feb 2018] Charlotta Bylund Melin defended her thesis "Wooden objects in historic buildings: Effects of dynamic relative humidity and temperature" in the afternoon of Friday, the 26th of January. After the two hour public defense it did not take long for the examination board to gratefully announce her as a PhD in Conservation.

  • Kristina Linscott, the new Ph.D. at The Department of Conservation

    [22 Jan 2018] After a well performed defense of her thesis "Interpretations of old wood - Figuring mid-twelfth century church architecture", which occurred Friday afternoon the 15th of December 2017, Kristina Linscott got her Ph.D. in Conservation. The opponent at the disputation was Associate Professor Alessandro Camiz, Department of Architecture, Girne American University, Karaoglanoglu, Kyrenia, Turkey.

  • Kristina Linscott and Charlotta Bylund Melin nailed their thesis

    [24 Nov 2017] Two of the department of conservation's PhD's, Kristina Linscott and Charlotta Bylund Melin, nailed their thesis today at the main building of the University of Gothenburg.

  • New book series focuses on Critical Heritage Studies

    [22 Nov 2017] The University of Gothenburg furthers its pioneering work in the field of Critical Heritage Studies with a new series published by Cambridge University Press. The series contains about 50 titles and will be available online.

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