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  • Exhibition to visualise research results

    [18 Dec 2018] At the moment, there is an exhibition underway at the Humanities Library called "Frikultur! Utominstitutionella scenkonstgrupper intar Göteborg under 1960- och 70-talen" (Free culture! Extra-institutional performing arts groups take Gothenburg in the 1960s and 70s).

  • Making heritage available

    [14 Dec 2018] Together with Vitlycke Museum (Västarvet), CCHS/Heritage Academy have arranged a series of three workshops focusing on interpretation of the World Heritage site Tanum.

  • Hidden Site Workshop at Äskhult

    [13 Dec 2018] CCHS cluster Curating the City hosted the second Hidden Site workshop at Äskhult, Sweden, November 29-30, 2018.

  • Oldest ever traces of the plague found in Falköping

    [10 Dec 2018] In a 5,000 year old grave outside Falköping, scientists have found the oldest traces of the plague bacterium's DNA in the world. An international research team including archaeologists from the University of Gothenburg made the discovery using advanced DNA techniques. According to the researchers, this discovery may also have identified the first pandemic in history which stretched from Europe across to Asia as a result of the new trade routes in this period.

  • Funding to Beverley Butler and research team

    [3 Dec 2018] Funding to Beverley Butler and research team for the project "Craft China: (Re)making ethnic heritage in China's creative economy"

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Utskriftsdatum: 2018-12-19