PROGRAM

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Tuesday 12 June

13.00 Registration

14.00–16.00 Panels

  • Dark Matters
  • Reflecting and Overcoming Shifting and Intersecting Methodological Dilemmas in Ethnographical Research
  • The Social, Political and Cultural Meaning of Sound and Music 1
  • Skilda världar? Högerpopulismens orsaker, platser och samhällsklasser: Rundabordssamtal
  • Gender Matters
  • New Wine in Old Bottles?
  • Anthropology of Political Protest
  • Open panel

16.00–16.30 Welcome speech

16.30–17.30 Keynote: Lotten Gustafsson Reinius: “The State of Things: On the Interplay of Memory, Narrative and Objects.”

17.30 Welcome reception

 

Wednesday 13 June

9.15–10.45 Panels

  • Participatory Research in a Post-Factual World + Institutions and Ethnography: Methodological, Theoretical and Empirical Matters
  • The Social, Political and Cultural Meaning of Sound and Music 2
  • Knowing Nature
  • Havet som grav
  • Archive Matters 1
  • Käk, konsumtion, konflikt och kulturarv
  • Open panel

10.45–11.15 Coffee

11.15–12.15 Keynote: Kyrre Kverndokk: “’The Child’ and Climate Change: Family Time in the Anthropocene.”

12.15–13.45 Lunch

13.45–15.15 Panels

  • The Social, Political and Cultural Meaning of Sound and Music 3
  • Archive Matters 2
  • How Matter(s) Comes to Matter in Cultural History
  • Narrating a Climate Changed Future 1
  • Men in a Post-Factual World 1
  • Queer History Matters
  • Education as an Ethnological Field
  • Senmoderna mobiliteter, platsidentifikation och kulturarvsproduktion

15.15–15.45 Coffee

15.45–17.15 Panels

  • Archive Matters 3
  • Rethinking Heritage and Why It Still Matters so Much 1
  • Narrating a Climate Changed Future 2
  • The Humanities as Field of Culture
  • Men in a Post-Factual World 2
  • Integrativ etnologi, forskning och samverkan 1
  • Living with fashion, dress and textile
  • Open panel

 

Thursday 14 June

9.15–10.45 Panels

  • Rethinking Heritage and Why It Still Matters so Much 2
  • Integrativ etnologi, forskning och samverkan 2
  • Lägerliv och flyktingskap i Norden
  • Till saken i etnologiska studier av sport och fysisk aktivitet
  • Beyond Tradition + Ethnographic Knowledge in Political Decision-Making
  • Visual Narratives of Sustainability in Today’s Global World
  • What matters in the research process? On collecting of empirical material
  • Open panel

10.45–11.15 Coffee

11.15–12.15 Keynote: Thomas DuBois: “AlterNative Facts and the Ethnographer’s Role in a ‘Post Factual’ but Still Thoroughly Racist World”

12.15–13.45 Lunch

13.45–15.15 Panels

  • Rethinking Heritage and Why It Still Matters so Much 3
  • Stad och land
  • Gjenstandsskrøner: Å gjøre fakta med ting
  • Health Matters
  • Reflexivity and Beyond: Community Based Research and the Insider Position as Means to Enhance the Relevance of Ethnographic Research
  • Digital ‘objects’ on the move: imported weblore and its use, transformation and domestication in Scandinavian social spaces
  • Open panel

15.15–15.45 Coffee

15.45–16.45 Keynote: To be announced

18.30 Conference dinner

 

Friday 15 June

Excursions

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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