Thursday, March 12, 2pm-3pm
Expeditions to the Antarctic or the Arctic. This can inspire us to dream of adventure. But what was it like? Who traveled and why? What traces did the expeditions leave behind? And how do we describe the expeditions today? Meet archaeologist Jonathan Westin and Andrea Castro, professor in Spanish, who will all give different insights into expeditions as phenomenon.
Congo - who owns the country's history?
To be recorded 14 October 2020
There are many items from Congo in Swedish museum collections. What stories does these items tell? How can texts, pictures and objects reveal a different story than the one we think we know? What do we do with the realization that "we own their history"? Meet Pia Lundqvist, historian, Josef Nsumbu, Pastor in Uniting Church in Sweden (Equmeniakyrkan) and Th.D. in Missiology, Michael Barrett, curator of the Ethnographic Museum and Cecilia Järdemar, artist in a talk on Congolese cultural heritage.
The Paracas textiles
To be recorded 29 October 2020
The textiles are 2,500 years old, in very good condition and used as a sweep for the dead, who were seated in baskets wrapped in additional layers of textiles and placed in burial chambers. We talk breathtaking time perspectives, eternity and perishability with the textile artist Paradis Kerstin Gustafsson, textile scientist Cecilia Candreus and Bodil Jönsson, physicist and philosopher of time.
Hiking, Japanese forest baths and forest walks on prescription
To be recorded 21 September 2020
Starting off with the tree of life from Mexico, we take on the discussion of heritage and movement and the health-promoting effects of nature. We talk about wellbeing, forest bathing and the relationship between people and trees together with historian Daniel Svensson and Eva Sahlin, PhD in environmental psychology.
Superfood, food culture as activism
To be recorded 15 October 2020
Grounded mummy or goji berries? How have we thought about health promoting food through the ages? What food has been political? We have invited food researcher Richard Tellström and Egyptologist Sofia Häggman to talk about something that is close to our hearts - food!