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Below is a sample of CHS publications. For more publications please follow the links for the leadership group.

Top five Publications, Curating the City
(by coordinators and related to Curating the City cluster)

  • Benesch, Hammami, Holmberg, Uzer, eds. (2015) Heritage as Common(s) - Common(s) as Heritage, Series: Curating the City, Gothenburg and Stockholm: Makadam Förlag
  • Holmberg & Persson 2016 “Ephemeral urban topographies of Swedish Roma. On dwelling at the mobile-immobile nexus ”, in Cultural Studies, Volume 30, Issue 2 (2016), Special issue, Eds. Sybille Frank & Lars Meier “Mobility of dwelling”
  •  Lagerqvist, Holmberg, Wetterberg (2014) “Integrated Conservation of Built Environments: Swedish Reflections from Three Decades of Program Development”, in Preservation Education: Sharing Best Practices and Finding Common Ground, Ed. Barry L. Stiefel & Jeremy C. Wells, University Press of New England.
  •  Benesch (2012) “Artwalk and healthcare architecture as curatorial space”, Proceedings of ARCH 12 Chalmers, Gothenburg.


Top five Publications, Staging the Archives
(by coordinators and related to the Archive cluster)

  •  Christer Ahlberger, “Local candidate lists: Historical artefacts or a novel phenomenon? A research note”, in Party Politics, 2013.
  •  Christer Ahlberger (ed. and contributor), anthology Moravian Memoirs and Affective Archives: The Making of an Invisible Church, (forthcoming).
  •  Mats Malm, ”Digitala texter och forskningsfrågor”, Kungl. Vitterhets Historie och Antikvitets Akademien Årsbok 2015, Stockholm 2015.
  •  Astrid von Rosen, Marsha Meskimmon, Monica Sand (eds and contributors), Dance as Critical Heritage: Archives, Access, Action. Critical Heritage Studies, Gothenburg 2014. Open Access
  •  Astrid von Rosen, Andrew Flinn, Alda Terracciano (eds and contributors), Archives, Art and Activism: Exploring Critical Heritage Approaches to Global Societal Challenges, Critical Heritage Studies UGOT and University College London, (forthcoming).


Top five Publications, Globalizing Heritage
(by coordinators and related to the Globalizing Heritage cluster)

  • Appelgren, Staffan and Anna Bohlin (2015) “Growing in Motion: The Circulation of Used Things on Second-hand Markets” in Culture Unbound. 7(1):143-168.
  • Appelgren, Staffan (2015) “Tokyo Heritage” in Tomas Nilson (ed.) Uses of Heritage: Now, Then and Tomorrow. Halmstad: Halmstad University Press.
  • Bohlin, Anna (2011) “Idioms of Return: Homecoming and Heritage in the rebuilding of Protea Village, Cape Town” in African Studies. 70(2):284-301
  • Karlsson, Håkan (2017) La Crisis de Octubre detrás de la narrativa dominante. Madrid: JAS Arqueología S.L.U.
  • Burström, Mats, Gustafsson, Anders & Karlsson, Håkan. (2017): Los rastros de una crisis mundial. Descubrimientos arqueológicos y antropoólogicos de las antiguas bases de misiles nucleares soviéticos en Cuba. Bricoleur Press/Institutionen för Historiska studier, GU, Göteborg.

Latest publications from CCHS

Hansen & Holmberg (2016) ”Motion and flow in heritage institutions. Two cases of challenges from within”, in Nordisk Museologi, 2016 (1) ISSN 1103-8152

Cambridge Elements Series: Critical Heritage Studies

CCHS will work on about 50 book for the Cambridge Elements Series on the theme Critical Heritage Studies.
Read the press release here.

Editors for the series will be Kristian Kristiansen and Ola Wetterberg, University of Gothenburg
Shu-Li Wang, Academia Sinica, Taipei,Taiwan
Francis Nyamnjoh, University of Cape Town
Michael Rowlands and Rodney Harrison, University College London.

Find out more abut the Cambridge Elements Series here.
More information on the volumes will be published here soon.

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