University of Gothenburg
CCHS illustration
Photo: av Kristina Edgren

CCHS organisation

The CCHS is a university cross-disciplinary research centre. The CCHS leadership group is supported by the Executive group, Board and External Advisory Board.

CCHS leadership group

Astrid von Rosen, Director CCHS
Annelie Sjölander-Lindqvist, Depuy Director CCHS
Jenny Högström Berntson, Coordinator CCHS

Executive group

Representing Faculty of Social Sciences

  • Anna Bohlin
  • Staffan Appelgren

Representing Faculty of Humanities

  • Håkan Karlsson
  • Jonathan Westin

Representing School of Business, Economics and Law

  • vakant

Representing Artistic Faculty

  • Maria Bania
  • Gertrud Olsson

Representing Faculty of Science

  • Katarina Saltzman
  • Feras Hammami

Representing Faculty of Education

  • Christel Larsson
  • Ylva Ågren
Photo: Jenny Högström Berntson

CCHS board

Per Cramér (chair)

Dean, School of Business, Economics and Law

Åsa Arping

Dean, Faculty of Humanities

Göran Hilmersson

Dean, Faculty of Science

Henric Benesch

Dean, Faculty of Fine, Applied and Performing Arts

Carl Dahlström

Dean, Faculty of Social Science

Åke Ingerman
Dean, Faculty of Education

Dennis Axelsson

Mölndal City Museum

Kerstin Alnebratt
Kulturförvaltningen Västra Götaland

Advisory board

Centre for Critical Heritage Studies is supported by an international advisory board.

Anne Gilliland

Professor, Department of Information Studies, Director, Center for Information as Evidence, University of California Los Angeles.
More about Anne Gilliland

Felipe Criado-Boado

Research Professor at the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC), Director of the Institute of Heritage Sciences (Incipit) of the CSIC, President of European Association of Archaeologists (EAA), based on Santiago de Compostela (Galicia, Spain).
More about Felipe Criado-Boado

Jorge Otero-Pailos

Associate Professor of Historic Preservation at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture in New York. He is the founder and editor of the journal Future Anterior.
More about Jorge Otero-Pailos

Pieter ter Keurs

Pieter ter Keurs is professor of material culture at the Institute of Cultural Anthropology and Development Sociology at Leiden University. He is also the Head of the Department of Collections and Research at the National Museum of Antiquities.
E-mail Pieter ter Keurs

CCHS plans and reports

CCHS yearly plans, reports and evaluations can be found via GUPEA

CCHS reports ans evaluations:

CCHS yearly plans: