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Research fellows

Critical Heritage Studies in Gothenburg has a broad, national and international, network. Some of our key reserach fellows and project partners from outside the University are listed below, in alphabetical order.

Members of the advisory board are listed separately under "advisory board" in the menu to the left.


List under construction

 

Mike Crang, PhD, Professor in geography, Department of Geography, Durham University. Partner in the CHS (Globalizing Heritage) led Re:heritage project. 

Chiara de Cesari, Amsterdam School for Heritage and Memory Studies - partner in ITN 2014 Marie Curie application: CHSeurope. Bio

Sybille Frank, Prof. Dr. phil., is Junior Professor for Urban and Regional Sociology at the Institute for Sociology, Technical University Berlin. In September 2014, she will be a research fellow at the Urban Heritage cluster. Bio

Nicky Gregson, PhD, Professor in geography, Department of Geography, Durham University. Partner in the CHS (Globalizing Heritage) led Re:heritage project.

Maud Camille Guichard-Marneur, PhD candidate, Department of Arts and Cultural Studies, University of Copenhagen. Guichard-Marneur is spending a year (2014-2015) as a guest reseracher in Globalizing Heritage cluster as part of her PhD. Bio

Feras Hammami, PhD, Department of Conservation, University of Gothenburg. Especially collaborating with CHS cluster Urban Heritage and Globalizing Heritage. Currently working on the research project Heritage and Urban Resistance. Exploring Identity Politics, Commons and Conflict, financed by the Swedish National Heritage Board. Project information here.

Liesbeth Huybrechts: Faculty of the Arts, LUCA/Katholieke Hogeschool Limburg, Belgium - partner in ITN 2014 Marie Curie application: CHSeurope. Bio

Selena Kimball, Artist and Assistant Professor of Fine Arts at Parsons, The New School for Design in New York. In long-term collaboration with CHS postdoc Alyssa Grossman. 

Mikela Lundahl, Senior Lecturer, Department of Arts and Cultural Studies, University of Copenhagen. Lundahl was the representative of the Social Sciences at te University of Gothenburg in the first phase of Critical Heritage Studies (2010-2012) and continues to be active in CHS work.  

Marsha Meskimmon, Professor of Modern and Contemporary Art History and Theory at Loughborough University, UK. Meskimmon is a recurrent guest researcher in Staging the Archives cluster. Bio

Karina Nimmerfall, Artist and Professor in the department of Artistic Media Practice and Theory, University of Köln. Nimmerfall has been a gyuest reseracher at CHS and is in long-term collaboration with CHS postdoc Alyssa Grossman. 

Monica Sand, Artist and artistic researcher, Sand is running the artistic research project Playing the Space (2011-2014) at the Swedish Centre of Architecture and Design, Stockholm, Sweden. Guest researcher, Staging the Archives cluster. Bio

Nick Shepherd, Associate Professor at the Centre for African Studies, University of Cape Town. Shepherd is visiting the Globalizing Heritage cluster in the fall of 2014 and will return as a guest researcher in the fall of 2015.

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