Programme – University of Copenhagen

Programme

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Programme                                                   

Sunday-Monday

PhD course in Lund

Tuesday August 18 - Venue Festsalen - Copenhagen University

15.00: Registration

16.30-17.00: Welcome note/ Tine Damsholt

17.00-18.00: Opening Keynote/ Vicky Singleton (Lancaster University): How policy and care go-on-together: Against the pursuit of common values

19.00. Reception at the Copenhagen Town Hall.

Wednesday August 19
Venue
: The Southern Campus (KUA1). The Plenary Session will be held in building 23, room 23.0.50 (ground floor).

9.00-10.00: Keynote/Kirsten Hastrup (University of Copenhagen): Comprehending Thule. The co-constitution of places, people, and stories

Coffee/tea

10.30 – 12: Panel-slot 1

Panel 3 - 'The Good border'. On practices, movement and border management in the EU border system
Panel 5 - Contradictions of holiday: The exotic and the ordinary in European recreational spheres
Panel 11 - Sam-existenser. Om relationer mellan människor, växter och djur
Panel 15 - Coexistence: Neighbourhood relations in local spaces
Panel 22 - Collectors and collections
Panel 23 - Heterochronicity and co-timing in/of bodies and spaces
Workshop A - European transformations: Understanding contradictions and connections within everyday life.
Workshop C - Studies in Dress revisited and reinvigorated
Workshop D - Project workshop: COmpliance? COncordance? COllective and CO-produced standards and health practices

12-13: Lunch

13-14.30: Panel-slot 2

Panel 3 - 'The Good border'. On practices, movement and border management in the EU border system
Panel 4 - COnventions, COnflicts and COntroversies in institutional settings
Panel 5 - Contradictions of holiday: The exotic and the ordinary in European recreational spheres
Panel 11 - Sam-existenser. Om relationer mellan människor, växter och djur
Panel 15 - Coexistence: Neighbourhood relations in local spaces
Panel 22 - Collectors and collections
Panel 23 - Heterochronicity and co-timing in/of bodies and spaces
Workshop D - Project workshop: COmpliance? COncordance? COllective and CO-produced standards and health practices

14.30-15: coffee/tea

15 -16.30: Panel-slot 3

Panel 4 - COnventions, COnflicts and COntroversies in institutional settings
Panel 16 - Spatial mobility among professionals – Transnational co-operations
Panel 17 - Co-body: ethnological perspectives on dialects of the body
Panel 18 - Not so “New” but still “Nordic”? – Coocking & the Co-production of Food in the Nordic Region
Panel 19 - Ethnology 2050 – Futures Fields and Topics in Nordic Ethnology
Panel 20 - Collaboration in New Configurations: Ethnologists’ Teaching and Research in Multidisciplinary Settings
Panel 22 - Collectors and collections

17-18: Salon/Co-Keynote /Orvar Löfgren (University of Lund): A crowded living room: the co-habitation of stuff, affects, activities and dreams

Thursday August 20

Venue:
The Southern Campus (KUA). The Plenary Session will be held in building 23, room 23.0.50 (ground floor).

9.00-10.00: Keynote/ Valdimar Hafstein (University of Iceland): Authors, Editors, Folk:
Copyright and Creative Agency from a Folklorist's Perspective

Coffee/tea

10.30 – 12: Panel-slot 4

Panel 1 - Conflict, Contestation, or Collaboration in an Era of Shifting Engagements and new Constellations: The Practices and Politics of Knowledge Production
Panel 2 - The Production of Knowledge at the Tradition Archives
Panel 7 - THE MESSY HOME: PROCESSES OF THROWNTOGETHERNESS
Panel 9 - CO-creating ageing
Panel 10 - Cosmopolitan CONVIVIALITY Contextualized: The (Con)fusion of Contemporary Commemorations and Contestations
Panel 13 -  CO in maritime ethnology
Panel 24 - Miscellaneous
Workshop B - Constructing history and constructions in history

12-13: Lunch

13-14.30: Panel-slot 5

Panel 1 - Conflict, Contestation, or Collaboration in an Era of Shifting Engagements and new Constellations: The Practices and Politics of Knowledge Production
Panel 2 - The Production of Knowledge at the Tradition Archives
Panel 7 - THE MESSY HOME: PROCESSES OF THROWNTOGETHERNESS
Panel 8 - Förändrade organisationer och professioner: professionellas förhållningssätt till en nyliberal kon-text i arbetslivet
Panel 10 - Cosmopolitan CONVIVIALITY Contextualized: The (Con)fusion of Contemporary Commemorations and Contestations
Panel 12 - Interfaced places: co-creation, contestation and space flows creating rural-urban geographies in the 21 st Century
Panel 14 - Challenging museum authority? Contestations and co-productions of museum collections and exhibitions
Panel 21 - Cooperation and Conflict in Sápmi Research on Sámi struggle for cultural survival

14.30-15: coffee/tea

15 -16.00: Panel-slot 6

Panel 1 - Conflict, Contestation, or Collaboration in an Era of Shifting Engagements and new Constellations: The Practices and Politics of Knowledge Production
Panel 2 - The Production of Knowledge at the Tradition Archives
Panel 6 - RE:heritage – cIRCULATION AND Marketization OF THINGS WITH HISTORY
Panel 8 - Förändrade organisationer och professioner: professionellas förhållningssätt till en nyliberal kon-text i arbetslivet
Panel 12 - Interfaced places: co-creation, contestation and space flows creating rural-urban geographies in the 21 st Century
Panel 14 - Challenging museum authority? Contestations and co-productions of museum collections and exhibitions
Panel 21 - Cooperation and Conflict in Sápmi. Research on Sámi struggle for cultural survival

16.30-18.00: Salon/Co-Keynote/ Tom O’Dell, Fredrik Nilsson (University of Lund), Marie Sandberg and Mark Vacher (University of Copenhagen): Broen ǀǀ Bron: The Öresund Region redux

Direct transportation by boat to Langelinie Pavillionen.

19:00: Conference dinner

Friday /Excursions August 21

DieselHouse: A nice walk through the old industrial Sydhavn (southern harbour) with DieselHouse as endingpoint. Dieselhouse is an industrial hall from the 1930th with the biggest diesel motor through many years. It lays close up to the HC Ørstadsværket – which has been part of the building - and near by a new and exclusive storey building, which can be seen as a picture for the Copenhagen conversion from an industry town to an attraction for the creative class. On the way we will passage the balloon park (town of wooden barracks from 1800), harbor bath, the conversed Islands Brygge and the new Cyklingbridge. The walk will take about 45 minutes. The guides are Niels Jul Nielsen and Fredrik Nilsson

Rock Star Architects, City of the Future, and Windy Fields: Copenhagen is moving east to the open planes of Amager. Ørestad City constitutes the largest Copenhagen green field development in recent times. On this field trip we will present 21st century architectural icons in plentitude, expose you to challenges of large scale planning, and invite you to contemplate on the future of cities/cities of the future. Guide: Mark Vacher.

Christiania – Heterotopia for Real: This site probably needs no introduction. Christiania is one of Copenhagen’s most visited tourist attraction. Whether you want to impress your teenage kids, shock your conservative neighbors with stories about drugs and flower power, or you just want to experience an exotic and radical social experiment, you should join this tour guided by local Christianits. The tour ends with a nice christianian lunch. Guide: Aske Juul Lassen

Frederiksberg Garden and Zoo: The tamed and the wild, the familiar and the foreign, the past and the present/Det fremmede og det kendte, det tæmmede og det vilde, det fortidige og det nære: Udflugten går til Frederiksberg bakke, hvor vi besøger Københavns Zoologiske have og slotsparkerne Frederiksberg Have og Søndermarken, der omkring år 1800 blev omlagt fra barokstil til romantiske landskabshaver. De tre haver blev åbnet for offentligheden i 1850’erne og har været yndede udflugtsmål lige siden. Haverne materialiser omhyggeligt doserede mængder af vildhed, tæmmethed, fremmedhed, velkendthed, fortidighed og samtidighed på overraskende vis og i uventede kombinationer. Ikke blot qua arkitekturen men også via udstillede levende væsner. Zoologisk have sluttede sig i årtierne omkring 1900 til den europæiske trend at fremvise ’eksotiske’ mennesker, og her sammenfiltredes idéer om fortidighed, fremmedhed og utæmmethed i iscenesættelser af levende etnografiske udstillinger. (NB! The tour will be given in Danish) Guides: Anne Folke Henningsen and Tine Damsholt

 

 

 

Coexistence: Neighbourhood relations in local spaces