Kulturhistorisk museum (Se kart)
Frederiks gate 2
"Indigenous crafts from Colombia: what can two tribes’ artefacts tell us about global history and their role in it?" by Laura Osorio Iregui and "Theorize, Construct and Experience Atmospheric Presence with Stave Church Portals and Viking Burial Ships in Scandinavian Museums" by Jason Falkenburg
The Paiwan house (society) in displacement: exploring the material politics of dwelling in indigenous Taiwan.
The Medieval Social Archaeology Network lead by Profesor Anders Andrén organize its second workshop in Visby, 18-20 August 2016. The subject for discussion is Medieval Religion and Archaeology.
Nanouschka Myrberg Burström, Stockholm, Christoph Kilger, Visby and Svein H. Gullbekk, Oslo are delivering papers discussing findings from the project.
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.
Utstillingen NyArktis demonteres mandag, 13.6. Vi feirer en vellykket utstilling med fremvisning av to nye og viktige dokumentarer: "Aatsinki. The Story of Arctic Cowboys" (Jessica Oreck) og "Dreamland" (Britt Kramvig og Rachel Andersen Gomez).
Conference in Durham 8-10 June 2016: Spiritual and Material Economies 1000-1350: Time, Devotion and Reform.
'Spiritual and Material Economies 1000-1350: Time, Devotion and Reform will bring together experts across a range of different disciplines (history, theology, liturgy, art history and numismatics), with a focus on northern and western Christendom of the High Middle Ages.
Foredrag ved professor Graham Black, Nottingham Trent University, med etterfølgende diskusjon om publikumsmedvirkning i kulturhistoriske museer.
A workshop on Coin finds in churches in European perspective will be organized in Oslo, at museum of Cultural History, 19-20 May 2016.
Kulturarv i konflikt: The Mez Aynak Experience.
Jan Ketil Arnulf (f. 1960) er professor ved Handelshøyskolen BI, spesialist i klinisk psykologi og i arbeids- og organisasjonspsykologi. De siste årene har han konsentrert sin forskning om hvordan ledelse utøves og skapes. Utga 'Hva er ledelse' i Universitetsforlagets Hva er-serie (2012). Arnulf er en ettertraktet, engasjerende og uredd foreleser.
Penger, religion og moderne platonisme.
Human engagement with non-organic matter - a multi-species encounter?
Two prominent members of The Numismatic Cabinet or Medagliere of the Vatican Library will lecture and discuss the coin finds from some of the most sacred and profound religous sites in Rome: The Catacombs and the Tombs of St Paul and St Peter.
The Dawn of Christian Devotional Practice. Two prominent members of The Numismatic Cabinet or Medagliere of the Vatican Library will lecture and discuss the coin finds from some of the most sacred and profound religous sites in Rome: The Catacombs and the Tombs of St Paul and St Peter.
Metal detecting - how we save our archaeological heritag. Religion and Money Research Group Seminar.
Metal detecting - how we save our archaeological heritage
Dr Sam Moorhead, Metal detecting - how we save our archaeological heritage
Department of Ethnography, Numismatics and Classical Archaeology and Religion and Money Research Group-Seminar, Museum of Cultural History in Oslo
Return to Sender - On the Restitution of Museum Artefacts.
Working it out: exhibition making as (a kind of) research.
Påmelding til konferansen Computer Applications in Archaeology (CAA) 2016 pågår. CAA avholdes fra 29. mars til 2. april 2016.
Regimes of (im)mobility: the search for fortunate futures among Tibetans in India.
In 2015, the annual Art History Research Seminar will focus on questions related to Matter and Materiality in the Study of Medieval Art.
"Moving in - moving out: northern alpine wetland sites between 4000 and 2000 BC cal"
Henrietta Lidchi is Keeper of World Cultures at the National Museums Scotland. Before joining the National Museums of Scotland she worked in the Department of Ethnography at the British Museum, formerly the Museum of Mankind,
Her research centres on indigenous North American art and material culture, collections' histories and museums' practices of collecting and display, as well as contemporary artistic practices. She begun research in the late 1990s on Native American jewellery from the Southwest USA and has recently published a monograph that is drawn from this fieldwork, brought together with archival research. She has published on visual anthropology and critical museology in edited volumes. Current projects are: investigating the phenomenon of military collecting, museums and the idea of confinement, and the trading and dealing of Native American art from the 1950s-1990s.
The symposium “Belief, Scholarship and Cultural heritage: Paul Olav Bodding and the Making of a Scandinavian-Santal Legacy” will bring together prominent scholars on the Santals and related peoples of Central India, Bangladesh and Nepal alongside literary, heritage and minority and indigenous rights professionals and church leaders from South Asia and Europe. The symposium, commemorating the 150th anniversary of his birth, is the first ever to address comprehensively the diverse and enduring legacy of the scholar-missionary Paul Olav Bodding (1865-1938).
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