Kultrans investigates processes of change in society – similarity and difference, continuity and disruption, tradition and innovation – within different contexts of communication and opinion and in different cultures. The focus of the research is the local and global effects of globalisation, from both historic and contemporary perspectives. [Norsk]
Museological lunch: Museums of ethnography and world culture(s) as places for recognition
Dec 12, 2013 12:15 PM
We have invited Camilla Pagani (Paris / Milano) to discuss whether museums can become a place for recognizing cultural minorities when museums also are national, public institutions. All are welcome.
Trial defense: Einar Wigen
Jan 9, 2014 09:15 AM
All Kultrans PhD research fellows are invited to go through a trial defense before they hand in their dissertation. On 9 January 2014 Einar Wigen will present his thesis draft to the group.
Defense: Audun Solli
Jan 23, 2014 04:15 PM
Kultrans research fellow Audun Solli will defend his doctoral thesis The power of film in Venezuelan and Mexico, 1980-2010. Contesting and supporting state power on 24 January.