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Stress management and the Swedish culture
The Student health service gives two lectures in English about Swedishness and cultural adjustment, and Stress management.
Guest lecture: Cruise visits & Sustainable Heritage
A presentation on research and discussions about on-land service of cruise ships, the onshore tourism linked to the visits and passenger behavior while on-shore.
Sustainable Heritage Seminar : Research and education at Korea National University of Cultural Heritage
Some Swedish Folklore
Ulf Palmenfelt, professor emeritus at the Department of Cultural Anthropology and Ethnology, and Mikael Norrby, the university guide, will talk about some public holidays that are important in Sweden and why and how we celebrate them. This lecture is held in English.
SuHRF Symposium 2019 – Visions for Sustainable Heritage
The Symposium is organised annually by the Sustainable Heritage Research Forum (SuHRF), at the Department of Art History/Conservation, Uppsala University Campus Gotland. This is the first SuHRF Symposium, which aims to explore sustainable heritage from different perspectives and paradigms: as a concept, a practice and a method.
Welcome to a presentation about group ethnology in Methodology Lab!
Professor Marcus Hällgren from Umeå School of Business, Economics and Statistics, Umeå talks about the group ethnology research method that he used in his research when he followed climbers on Mount Everest for a couple of months.
Guest Lecture: Dead Landscapes – and how to make them live
Is there such a thing as a dead landscape? And if so, who killed it?
Sustainability Talks with Keri Facer - Learning to live with a lively planet (2)
‘Learning to live with a lively planet (2) What does climate change mean for intergenerational relations on Gotland?’
Guest lecture: Retrofit Strategies for Energy Efficiency in Historic Urban Fabric: A Case Study in Basmane District, İzmir-Turkey
Energy efficient retrofit of historic urban stock requires a methodical approach, comprehensive analysis and case-specific solutions.
Lecture on history of Gotland
The University guide Mikael Norrby will give a brief lecture on Gotland history.