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Visiting Researchers to CCHS/Curating the City Cluster spring 2018

News: May 16, 2018

During spring 2018 the CCHS/Curating the City cluster is hosting two visiting researchers, both placed at the Department of Conservation.

Iida Kalakoski is an architect, PhD candidate and university teacher at Tampere University of Technology. Iida’s main interest is in heritage (management) processes and the significances of historical environments. The aim with the stay at the Centre for Critical Heritage Studies, is to add the field of critical heritage studies to her knowledge and comprehension of. Iida will present her PhD project at an open seminar May 30th.








Emilie Lütz is a student in political sciences from France and is now doing an internship at the Department of conservation of the University of Gothenburg, in connection to the Curating the city cluster. Emilie intends to specialize in urban planning policies by starting a master’s degree in this field in September. The aim is to enrich the understanding of urban environments by adding a heritage preservation practices perspective to the mainstream view of a highly modern and connected city. The intention is to keep this balanced mindset while completing her studies and later on, when working in different city environments.





Find out more about CCHS (Centre for Critical Heritage Studies) Curating the City cluster here.


Originally published on: criticalheritagestudies.gu.se

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