At the EAA session "Populism, identity politics and the archaeology of Europe", Elisabeth Niklasson and I will present a paper entitled "Conditions of influence: What enables the Scandinavian populist right to impact heritage governance?".
New review of "Empowering Communities through Archaeology and Heritage. The Role of Local Governance in Economic Developments" out in Norwegian Archaeological Review.
New Open Access article discussing the Regional Reform in Norway and how its democratization discourse differs from the one dominating the field of Heritage Studies.
In a new blog entry on ScienceNordic.com we present some of the findings from our research on the World Heritage List in Danger .
Join us for the EAA session "Archaeology, Heritage and Public Value".
Join us for the EAA session "Messy methods: Heritage studies and the quest for multi-methodological approaches".
Check out "To fight for the OUVs: Interview with Beate Strøm about Norway's work in the World Heritage Committee" in the latest issue of Viking.