Martin Hager-Saltnes

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Phone +47 22859981
Mobile phone +47 97192535
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Visiting address Frederiks gate 2 0164 Oslo
Postal address Postboks 6762 St. Olavs plass 0130 Oslo

Academic Interests

My main interest and assignment is to facilitate learning experiences in the museum for children and students. I also take part in the work with new exhibitions, where we aim at letting new research meet the interests and involvment of visitors and communities. In our collections, I have a special interest in a carved throne from Congo and its colonial background. 

Teaching

Higher education and employment history

Studies in Social Anthropology, Theology and Pedagogics.

Teacher at secondary level and high school.

Cooperation

Museers Viten - Museumsviten (MusVit), Museologisk forskningssatsning ved universitetsmuseene (Museological research at the university museums)

 

 

Tags: Exhibitions, Museum Pedagogy

Publications

  • Hager-Saltnes, Martin (2013). The lives of Chinese objects in Thailand and Norway: Exhibiting the Ring Collection. In Håbu, Anne & Rooney, Dawn F (Ed.), Royal Porcelain from Siam. Unpacking the Ring Collection. Hermes Academic Publishing and Bookshop A/S. ISSN 978-82-8034-200-3. p. 238–253.
  • Hager-Saltnes, Martin (2013). Introduction: "Of exceptional size and quality". In Håbu, Anne & Rooney, Dawn F (Ed.), Royal Porcelain from Siam. Unpacking the Ring Collection. Hermes Academic Publishing and Bookshop A/S. ISSN 978-82-8034-200-3. p. 14–26.
  • Saltnes, Martin (2009). Pilegrimen. In Prusac Lindhagen, Marina; Solhaug, Mona Bramer; Vedeler, Marianne & Holte, Ellen C. (Ed.), På spor av Gud? Pilegrimsreiser i middelalderens kristenhet. Novus Forlag. ISSN 978-82-7099-555-4. p. 11–19.

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  • Vedeler, Marianne & Saltnes, Martin (2021). Middelalderens kjøkkenredskaper. [Internet]. YouTube.
  • Vedeler, Marianne & Saltnes, Martin (2020). Vikingr.
  • Gullbekk, Svein Harald; Saltnes, Martin & Narendran, Arulanandan (2019). Harald Hardrådes penning En penning som representerer overgangen mellom vikingtid og middelalder, omkring år 1050. I slutten av 1040-årene etablerer kong Harald Hardråde et nasjonalt myntvesen som ble kimen til et norsk pengevesen. I løpet av noen år hadde han sørget for at hans egne mynter dominerte myntomløpet. .
  • Bjerregaard, Peter & Saltnes, Martin (2018). Innledning: Forvandling. In Bjerregaard, Peter (Eds.), Forvandling - tro og hellige gjenstander i middelalderen. Museumsforlaget AS. ISSN 9788283050615. p. 6–7.

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Published Sep. 11, 2012 2:25 PM - Last modified Aug. 5, 2021 9:36 AM