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Heritage Academy

Contact: Anita Synnestvedt, Monica Gustafsson

The Heritage Academy aims to be a bridge between the academic world and the surrounding society, in line with the University's Third Mission. It is a formalization of the objective to strengthen the dialogue between research and practice - a central intersection in the work of cultural heritage.


Steering Committee 2019-04-01 - 2022-03-31

Förvaltningen för kulturutveckling, former Västarvet (contact person: Monica Gustavsson)
Museum of World Culture (contact person: Karl Magnusson)
Riksarkivet, Landsarkivet i Göteborg (Contact person: Ulf Andersson)
Museinätverk Väst genom Mölndals stadsmuseum (Contact person Cajsa Lagerkvist)
CCHS, leadership: (contact person: Ola Wetterberg)
CCHS representative for clusters: (contact person: Elisabeth Punzi)
CCHS coordinator HA: (contact person: Anita Synnestvedt)


Heritage Academy will support the development of knowledge in cultural institutions and museums. This in turn generates new research questions and new educational opportunities. The Academy thus becomes an important part of the fulfillment of the university's Third Mission. On the horizon we see joint research- and development projects with regional, national and international focus.

Follow Heritage Academy

Follow Heritage Academy on Facebook via the link Kulturarvsakademin.

Information about upcoming events can be found in the CCHS Calendar.

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Kulturarvsakademins utvecklingsmedel 2019

Beviljade medel - Kulturarvsakademins utvecklingsmedel 2019

Kulturarvsakademins årsbrev 2019


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Utskriftsdatum: 2020-08-11