Malin Thor Tureby participates in a workshop on museum ethics at the Museum of Movements in Malmö, Sweden

On 10-12 November 2019 a group of professionals, communities and scholars gathered to discuss issues concerning the Museum’s potential employment of oral histories and personal narratives, paying particular attention to themes such as community engagement, research, collecting, archiving, curating, and exhibiting sources, and the sustainability of projects more broadly. The workshop was organised to considerContinue reading “Malin Thor Tureby participates in a workshop on museum ethics at the Museum of Movements in Malmö, Sweden”

Malin Thor Tureby delivers a keynote talk at the workshop Choosing the Past: Whose stories do we tell?, Gothenburg university, Sweden

A collaboration between the Department of Historical Studies and the Centre for Critical Heritage Studies at the University of Gothenburg, and the Department of Archaeology, Conservation and History and the Museum of Cultural History at the University of Oslo, the workshop Choosing the Past: Whose stories do we tell? was held on 20-21 May 2019.Continue reading “Malin Thor Tureby delivers a keynote talk at the workshop Choosing the Past: Whose stories do we tell?, Gothenburg university, Sweden”

Malin Thor Tureby contributes to the international conference Heritage and Migration: New Methods and Historical Contexts, at Stockholm City Museum

Organized by the Swedish National Heritage Board in collaboration with the Joint Programming Initiative on Cultural Heritage and Global Change on 15-16 May 2019, the conference intended to elucidate and complicate the relationships between cultural heritage and migration, with specific consideration of innovative methods within local integration practices, and historical and global contexts. Key questionsContinue reading “Malin Thor Tureby contributes to the international conference Heritage and Migration: New Methods and Historical Contexts, at Stockholm City Museum”

Malin Thor Tureby and Jesper Johansson present at the Swedish Historians Meeting in Linnaeus University, Växjö, Sweden

The Swedish Historians Meeting was held at Linnaeus University in Växjö on 8-10 May 2019. Malin Thor Tureby and Jesper Johansson presentation focused on their case study Oral History as Digital Heritage in the Age of Migration. They paid specific attention to the question of how Swedish cultural heritage institutions have been creating digital andContinue reading “Malin Thor Tureby and Jesper Johansson present at the Swedish Historians Meeting in Linnaeus University, Växjö, Sweden”

Malin Thor Tureby and Jesper Johansson contribute to the book launch seminar for We Do What We Can: Volunteers on the Refugee Reception in Sweden From 2015

Upon the release of the book Vi gör vad vi kan. Volontärer om flyktingmottagandet i Sverige från 2015 (We Do What We Can: Volunteers on the Refugee Reception in Sweden from 2015), a special book-launch seminar was held at St Paul’s Church in Stockholm on 13 January 2019. The book was published by the associationContinue reading “Malin Thor Tureby and Jesper Johansson contribute to the book launch seminar for We Do What We Can: Volunteers on the Refugee Reception in Sweden From 2015”

Malin Thor Tureby participates in a workshop on research-driven digitization and data-driven research at the Nordic Museum in Stockholm, Sweden

On 10 December 2018, Malin Thor Tureby participated in the workshop “Research-Driven Digitization – Data-Driven Research: Opportunities and Consequences”, which was organized at the Nordic Museum in Stockholm by the National Heritage Board and the Nordic Museum. The workshop encouraged interaction and cooperation between universities and memory institutions with a view to exploring digitization andContinue reading “Malin Thor Tureby participates in a workshop on research-driven digitization and data-driven research at the Nordic Museum in Stockholm, Sweden”

Malin Thor Tureby and Jesper Johansson delivered a presentation about the DigiCONFLICT research project at the Oral History Association Annual Meeting at Concordia University in Montreal, Canada

Malin Thor Tureby and Jesper Johansson delivered a paper presentation about the research project DigiCONFLICT at the Oral History Associations Annual Meeting, which was hosted at Concordia University in Montreal, Canada on 10-13 October 2018. Their presentation discussed the aims and research questions addressed by the DigiCONFLICT research project, with specific focus on the SwedishContinue reading “Malin Thor Tureby and Jesper Johansson delivered a presentation about the DigiCONFLICT research project at the Oral History Association Annual Meeting at Concordia University in Montreal, Canada”