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

Publications (a selection), 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.


Publications (a seleciton), Embracing the Archives
(by coordinators and related to the Archive cluster)

  • Monica Sand (2018): "Resonance in the steps of Rubicon", in Performance as Research: Knowledge, Methods, Impact. London: Routledge.
  • Astrid von Rosen, Marsha Meskimmon & Monica Sand (2018): "Transversal Dances across Time and Space: Feminist Strategies for a Critical Heritage Studies", in Gender and Heritage: Performance, Place and Politics. Key Issues in Cultural Heritage, edited by Wera Grahn and Ross Wilson, London: Routledge.
  • Astrid von Rosen (2017): "'Dream no Small Dreams!' Impossible archival imaginaries in dance community archiving in a digital age", in Rethinking Dance History, edited by Geraldine Morris and Larraine Nicholas, London: Routledge, 148-159.
  • Mats Malm (2015), ”Digitala texter och forskningsfrågor”, in Kungl. Vitterhets Historie och Antikvitets Akademien Årsbok 2015, Stockholm.
  • Astrid von Rosen, Marsha Meskimmon, Monica Sand (eds and contributors) (2014), Dance as Critical Heritage: Archives, Access, Action. Critical Heritage Studies, Gothenburg. Open Access
  • Christer Ahlberger (2013): “Local candidate lists: Historical artefacts or a novel phenomenon? A research note”, in Party Politics.


Publications (a selection), Making Global Heritage Futures
(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.


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