Visiting addressMuseum of Cultural History (map)
Frederiks gate 2
THE EVENT IS CANCELLED DUE TO THE PREVAILING CORONA SITUATION
Through the new website, the Santal ethnographic collection and Reverend Bodding’s documentation of the objects are for the first time available to the public in full.
Oranges and apples: Comparing urbanization and commercialization in medieval Norway and Denmark
The talk will be in Norwegian.
We are pleased to announce David W. Anthony as our second speaker for the Gutorm Gjessing Lecture Series, with the lecture "Nomads from the east: ancient DNA, migration, and the origins of Bronze Age Europe".
Capitalism as Problem-Space: Reconsidering Ethnographic Analysis of Economies at Large
The beauty of virginity. Aesthetics, adornment and symbols of sanctity in representations of virgins in Late Antiquity
Re-opening the case for human sacrifice: distinguishing myths from reality
Apocatastasis and Preservation
The Healer and the Psychiatrist: The Value of Video, the Efficacy of Spirits, and Social Health in Tonga
Politics and Beyond: Placemaking in Northern Ireland (and other post-conflict societies)
Pits, Pots, and Pennies: An Archaeology of Coin Hoarding in Medieval England and Wales
Looking Through Portals: An investigation into stave church portals as display object in Norwegian museum settings
Ethnographic Film Collections and a Long View of the North
Forskergruppene ved Kulturhistorisk museum gjør opp status.
We are pleased to announce Thomas Hylland Eriksen as our first speaker for the Gutorm Gjessing Lecture Series, with the lecture "Cooling down the overheated Anthropocene - Lessons from anthropology and cultural history".
Foredrag: Mammon, Hellige Olav og Frelsens økonomi
Om mynt, myntfunn og middelalderens religiøse praksis med funderinger om frelsens økonomi, synet på verdi, griskhet, hvilken rolle spilte pengeofferet for frelse, kvinners religiøse praksis og hva som var gode og onde penger.
Svein Harald Gullbekk er professor i numismatikk og mynthistorie ved Kulturhistorisk museum, Universitetet i Oslo.
How do objects, places, spaces or practices get a place in ‘the global museum’? This seminar seeks to take advantage of what we as a museum already know and do, as the entire academic staff of the Museum of Cultural History in various ways engages in heritage making; as advisors to the Directorate of Cultural Management, as archaeologists, as keepers of collections, as conservators, as curators, exhibition designers, as magazine administrators, or as anthropologists. To discover our strengths, this seminar represents a first effort to engage in a joint comparative exploration of what such ‘makings’ of cultural heritage, world heritage, museum objects and archaeological objects have in common.