Kulturhistorisk museum (Se kart)
Frederiks gate 2
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.
Managing Custom and Managing Conflict in Papua New Guinea.
For decades a variety of governments in Papua New Guinea have been attempting to remove or limit the allegedly economically backward impact of customary land tenure regimes in the country. Yet although members of the new emerging elite often promote policies in which custom is presented as a problem, in practice their attitude is often ambiguous. The problem that state bureaucrats and business leaders face is not so much one of grassroots villagers’ stubborn attachment to customary relations and practices, but rather the elite’s inability to control the contexts in which customary ethics and obligations flourish or are rejected; a perspective that is not limited to Papua New Guinea alone, but has global resonances.
Seminaret finner sted på møterommet i 3. etasje, i Fredriks gate 2.
Etter seminaret inviteres det til videre uformelle samtaler med forfriskninger.
Tone Wang, anthropologist and PhD candidate at the Department of Ethnography, Numismatics and Classical Archaeology (DENCA) will lead the seminar.
Nunalleq: The Yupiit and the Arctic World.
'Soldiers in Gray: Vicarious experience and the power of things in American Civil War re-enactment.
Mads' Daugbjerg researches the intersections and grey zones between heritage practices, experience-oriented tourism and identity work, the meaning and power of specific sites; personal and collective memory; the heritage concept and its implications and connotations; and the so-called "experience economy" and what we should take an experience to be in various contexts.
Samtidsindsamling, videndeling og medkuratering, ved Mille Gabriel - antropolog og museumsinspektør på Etnografisk Samling ved Nationalmuseet i København.