Publications

PhD theses

Jensen, S.K. (2019). From generalist to specialist: The professionalization of the Danish museum occupation, 1958-2018. Department of Communication, University of Copenhagen. https://curis.ku.dk/ws/files/231597356/Ph.d_afhandling_2019_Krogh_Jensen.pdf

Littrup, S.L. (2019). The museum as a hybrid mediated space for experiences. Department of Communication and Arts, Roskilde University. https://rucforsk.ruc.dk/admin/files/67024673/Museet_som_hybridt_medieret_oplevelsesrum.pdf

Madsen, K.M. (2019). Explorative museum experiences: A collaborative experience design process for explorative museum exhibitions. Aalborg: Aalborg University Press. https://vbn.aau.dk/da/publications/udforskende-oplevelser-i-museet-en-kollaborativ-oplevelsesdesign-

Myrczik, E. (2019). Digital museum mediation in Denmark: A critical exploration of the development, practice, and perceived outcomes. Department of Communication, University of Copenhagen.
https://static-curis.ku.dk/portal/files/229375394/Ph.d._afhandling_2019_Myrczik.pdf

Selvadurai, V. (2019). Transmedia exhibition: Exploring production criteria for a transmedia experience in an exhibition context. Aalborg: Aalborg University Press. https://vbn.aau.dk/en/publications/transmedia-udstilling-udforskning-af-produktionskriterier-for-en-

Peer-reviewed scientific books and reports

Bisgaard, L., Jensen, M.K. & Friis, T.W. (eds.). (2018). Utopi og realiteter: Festskrift til Erik Kulavig [Utopia and realities: Festschrift for Erik Kulavig]. Odense: University Press of Southern Denmark.

Christensen, H.D., & Pedersen, M.H. (eds.). (2019). Museum communication between enlightenment and experience. The Journal of Nordic museology, 1. Special issue.

Drotner, K., Dziekan, V., Schrøder, K.C. & Parry, R. (eds.). (2018). The Routledge handbook of museums, media and communication. London: Routledge.

Drotner, K. & S. M. Iversen (eds.). (2017). Digitale metoder: At skabe, analysere og dele data [Digital methods: To create, analyse and share data]. Frederiksberg: Samfundslitteratur.

Kann-Rasmussen, N., Christensen, H.D., Johnston, J., & Huvila, I. (eds.). (2019). Collaboration and convergence of libraries, archives and museums. The Nordic Journal of Cultural Policy, 2. Special issue.

Non peer-reviewed scientific books and reports

Drotner, K. (2016). Børns og unges arbejde med film: Digital dannelse og produktiv læring for fremtiden [Children and young people working with film: Digital literacy and productive learning for the future]. Copenhagen: The Danish Film Institute. https://www.dfi.dk/nyheder/film-styrker-borns-digitale-dannelse

Drotner, K. & Philipsen, H. (2016). Udvikling af tværfaglig filmpædagogik: Kreativitet, kreation og kollaboration [Developing interdisciplinary film education: Creativity, creation and collaboration]. Odense: Cultural Region of Funen. https://filmportalfyn.dk/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/FINAL_RAPPORT-Udvikling-af-tværfaglig-filmpædagogik-web.pdf

Peer-reviewed contributions to edited volumes

Baggesen, R. (2019). Mobile media, mobility and mobilisation in the current museum field. In: K. Drotner, V. Dziekan, R. Parry & K.C. Schrøder (eds.), The Routledge handbook of museums, media and communication. London: Routledge.

Bisgaard, L., Jensen, M.K. & Friis, T.W. (2018). Indledning [Introduction]. In: L. Bisgaard, M.K. Jensen & T.W. Friis (eds.), Utopi og realiteter: Festskrift til Erik Kulavig [Utopia and realities: Festschrift for Erik Kulavig] (pp. 17-27). Odense: University Press of Southern Denmark.

Bisgaard, L. (2018). Det strategiske blik: Træk af Per Ingesmans forskningsprofil [The strategic look: Trends in Per Ingesman’s science profile]. In: N.J. Koefoed, B.K. Holm & S.E.M. Stopa (eds.), Religion som forklaring? Kirke og religion i stat og samfund: Festskrift til Per Ingesman [Religion as explanation? Church and religion in state and society: Festschrift to Per Ingesman] (pp. 11-29). Aarhus: Aarhus University Press.

Bisgaard, L. (2018). I skygge af Sigbrit? Elisabeth, Christian 2.s dronning [In the shadow of Sigbrit? Elisabeth, the queen of Christian 2.]. In: J.B. Netterstrøm & K.H. Andersen (eds.), Dronningemagt i middelalderen: Festskrift til Anders Bøgh [Queen power in the Middle Ages: Festschrift for Anders Bøgh] (pp. 405-430). Aarhus: Aarhus University Press.

Bisgaard, L. (2018). Saints, guilds, and seals: From exclusivity to competition. In: C.S. Jensen et al. (eds.), Saints and sainthood around the Baltic Sea: Identity, literacy, and communication in the Middle Ages (pp. 201-228). Kalamzoo: Medieval institute Publications, Western Michigan University.

Brenna, B., Hamran, O. & Christensen, H.D. (2018). Introduction. In: B. Brenna, O. Hamran & H.D. Christensen (eds.), Museums as cultures of copies: The crafting of artefacts and authenticity (pp. 1-8). London: Routledge.

Brenna, B., Hamran, O. & Christensen, H.D. (2018). Museums as cultures of copies: The crafting of authenticity and artefacts. In: B. Brenna, O. Hamran & H.D. Christensen (eds.), Museums as cultures of copies: The crafting of artefacts and authenticity (pp. 1-8). London: Routledge.

Brenna, B., Hamran, O. & Christensen, H.D. (2018). Looking for originals in a museum of copies? The ambivalence of the Thorvaldsens Museum. In: B. Brenna, O. Hamran & H.D. Christensen (eds.), Museums as cultures of copies: The crafting of artefacts and authenticity. London: Routledge.

Drotner, K. (2019). Digitale indfødte: Kan børn finde ud af mobiltelefoner? [Digital natives: Do children understand mobile phones?]. In: M. Bille, A. Engberg-Pedersen & K. Gram-Skjoldager (eds.), Verden ifølge humaniora: 40 banebrydende begreber der former vores virkelighed [The world according to the humanities: 40 path-breaking terms shaping reality] (pp. 286-93). Aarhus: Aarhus University Press.

Drotner, K., et al. (2018). Media, mediatization and museums: A new ensemble. In: K. Drotner et al. (eds.), The Routledge handbook of museums, media and communication (pp. 1-12). London: Routledge.

Drotner, K., et al. (2018). Foundations. In: K. Drotner et al. (eds.), The Routledge handbook of museums, media and communication (pp. 13-16). London: Routledge.

Drotner, K., et al. (2018). Environments. In: K. Drotner et al. (eds.), The Routledge handbook of museums, media and communication (pp. 97-99). London: Routledge.

Drotner, K., et al. (2018). Practices. In: K. Drotner et al. (eds.), The Routledge handbook of museums, media and communication (pp. 173-175). London: Routledge.

Drotner, K., et al. (2018). Directions. In: K. Drotner et al. (eds.), The Routledge handbook of museums, media and communication (pp. 257-60). London: Routledge.

Drotner, K. (2018). Children and media. In: P.M. Napoli (ed.), Mediated communication (pp. 379-94). Berlin: De Gruyter.

Drotner, K. (2018). Meeting change with creativity. Interview in I. Eleá & L. Mikos (eds.), Young and creative: Digital technologies empowering children in everyday life (pp. 221-5). Gothenburg: Nordicom.

Drotner, K. (2017). Mediekultur [Media culture]. In: P.T. Andersen & M.H. Jacobsen (eds.), Kultursociologi og kulturanalyse [Cultural sociology and cultural analysis] (pp. 375-95). Copenhagen: Hans Reitzel.

Knudsen, L.V. & Olesen, A.R. (2019). Complexities of collaborating: Understanding and managing differences in collaborative design of museum communication. In: K. Drotner, V. Dziekan, R. Parry, & K. Schrøder (eds.), The Routledge handbook of museums, media and communication (pp. 205-18). London: Routledge.

Larsen, A.H. (2019). Uddannelser til museums- og kulturarvsbranchen i Danmark [Education for the Danish museum and cultural heritage sectors]. In: K. Lindqvist (ed.), Kompetens i museisektorn: Politik, praktik och relationen till högre utbildning [Expertise in the museum sector: Policy, practices and the relation to higher education] (pp. 213-31). Lund: Nordic Academic Press.

Madsen, K.M., & Jensen, J.F. (2019). Learning through exploration at museum exhibitions. In: K.M. Madsen, Explorative museum experiences. A collaborative experience design process for explorative museum exhibitions (pp. 176-201). Aalborg: Aalborg University Press. PhD Dissertation.

Madsen, K.M. (2019). The gamified museum: A critical literature review and discussion of gamification in museums.  In: O.E. Hansen, T. Jensen & C. Rosenstand (eds.), Gamescope: The potential for gamification in digital and analogue places. Aalborg: Aalborg University Press.

Vistisen, P., Selvadurai, V. & Krishnasamy, R.K. (2018). Applied gamification in self-guided exhibitions: Lessons learned from theory and praxis. In: O.E. Hansen, T. Jensen & C. Rosenstand (eds.), Gamescope: The potential for gamification in digital and analogue places. Aalborg: Aalborg University Press.
https://vbn.aau.dk/ws/portalfiles/portal/279738444/Applied_Gamification_Gamescope_Chapter.pdf

Warring, A.E. (2019). Erindringssteder [Memory places]. In: M. Bille, A. Engberg-Pedersen & K. Gram-Skjoldager (eds.), Verden ifølge humaniora: 40 banebrydende begreber der former vores virkelighed [The world according to the Humanities: 40 path-breaking terms shaping reality] (pp. 246-53). Aarhus: Aarhus University Press.

Warring, A.E. (2017). Norge og Danmark i kunsten at jubilere [Norway and Denmark in the art of jubilation]. In: O. Aagdal, Å. Brottveit & P. K. Botlar (eds.), Kunsten å jubilere: Grunnlovsfeiring og minnepolitik [The art of jubilation: Celebrating constitutions and memory politics] (pp. 187-203). Oslo: Pax.

Peer-reviewed journal articles

Achiam, M., Nicolaisen, L.B., & Ibsen, T. (2019). Planetariums between experience and enlightenment. The Journal of Nordic museology, 19(1), 11-24.

Christensen, H.D., & Pedersen, M.H. (2019). Museum communication between enlightenment and experience. The Journal of Nordic museology, 1, 5-10.

Christensen, H.D. (2016). A never-ending story: The gendered art museum revisited. Museum Management and Curatorship, 4, 349-368.

Christensen, H.D. (2016). The art of copying: Five strategies for transforming originals in the art museum. Culture Unbound, 1, 85-107.

Christensen, H.D. (2016). Museumssociologi: En slags genlæsning af især Dorte Skot-Hansens Museerne i den danske oplevelsesøkonomi 2008 [Museum sociology: Re-reading Dorte Skot-Hansen’s Museums in Danish experience economy 2008]. Nordisk tidsskrift for Informationsvidenskab og Kulturformidling [Nordic Journal of Information Science and Communication of Culture], 2, 73-78.

Drotner, K. (2019). Children’s digital content creation: Towards a processual understanding of media production among Danish children. Journal of Children and Media. Online first 9 December.

Drotner, K. (2019). Media audience practices beyond living memory: Modeling theoretical and methodological issues. Participations: Journal of Audience and Reception Studies, 16(2), 327-49. https://www.participations.org/Volume%2016/Issue%202/17.pdf

Drotner, K. (2018). Hvad er digital dannelse, og hvordan fremmer skolen den? [What is digital literacy, and how is it fostered by school?] Unge Pædagoger, 2, 7-14. https://u-p.dk/produkt/2018-nr-2-dannet-digitalisering/

Drotner, K. (2017). Our museum: Studying museum communication for citizen engagement, The Journal of Nordic museology,y 2, 148-55.

Grambye, V.H. et al. (2018). Kongens Kunstkammer [The king’s cabinet of curiosities]. Nationalmuseets arbejdsmark 2018 [The working field of The National Museum of Denmark]. Copenhagen: The National Museum of Denmark.

Kann-Rasmussen, N., Christensen, H.D., Johnston, J. & Huvila, I. (2019). Introduction: Collaboration and convergence of libraries, archives and museums. The Nordic Journal of Cultural Policy, 2, online first 12.12. https://www.idunn.no/nkt/2019/02/collaboration_and_convergence_of_libraries_archives_and_mu

Laursen, D., Kristiansen, E. & Drotner. K. (2016). The museum foyer as a transformative space. The Journal of Nordic museology, 1, 69-88. https://journals.uio.no/museolog/article/view/3065

Madsen, K.M. & Vistisen, P. (2019). Designing for emergent interactions: Strategies for encouraging emergent user behaviour & serendipitous research findings. The Design Journal, 22(1), 1807–20

Myrczik, E. (2018). Cultivating digital mediation: The implementation of publicly funded digital museum initiatives in Denmark. International Journal of Cultural Policy24(7), 239-254.

Nicolaisen, L.B., & Achiam, M. (2019). The implied visitor in a planetarium exhibition. Museum Management and Curatorship, online first 19.11. doi:10.1080/09647775.2019.1691637

Olesen, A.R., & Knudsen, L.V. (2018). Design methods for museum media innovation: Enhancing museum user negotiations by discursive and material explorations of controversies. In: V. Vestergaard & D. Stuedahl (eds.), Media innovations and design in cultural institutions. Gothenburg: Nordicom.

Pedersen, M.H. & Haldrup, W. (2018). Fotografiet i samfundets tjeneste: Lysbilledforedraget som kommunikativt medium [The photo in the service of society: The slide lecture as a communicative medium]. Studies of Culture9(2), 107-136.

Selvadurai, V., Vistisen, P., & Rosenstand, C.A.F. (2019). Fruitful gaps in digital literacy: Interpreting gaps in digital literacy among stakeholders in collaborative design research projects as an evolving innovative capacity. The Design Journal22(sup1), 2045–59. https://doi.org/10.1080/14606925.2019.1594928

Selvadurai, V. & Rosenstand, C.A.F. (2017). A heuristic for improving transmedia exhibition experience. The Design Journal20(sup1), S3669–S3682. https://doi.org/10.1080/14606925.2017.1352873

Warring, A.E. & Jessen, T. S. (2019). Questing authenticity: Rethinking enlightenment and experience in living history. The Journal of Nordic museology, 1, 25-38. https://www.journals.uio.no/index.php/museolog/article/view/6953

Warring, A.E. (2018). 1968 i erindringspolitisk debat og livshistorier [1968 in political memory debate and life stories]. Worker History: Journal for history, culture and policy, 2, 140-66.

Warring, A.E. (2018). Histories magt i kommissioner og parlamentarisk politik [The power of history in commissions and parliamentary policy]. Economy and policy, 91(1), 34-45.

Warring, A.E. et al. (2017). Doing pasts: Authenticity from the reenactors’ perspective. Rethinking History, 21(1), 171-192.

Non peer-reviewed journal articles

Baggesen, R. (2017). Museologi mellem forskning og praksis [Museology between science and practice]. MiD Magasin [MiD Magazine], 36, 36-37.

Christensen, H.D. (2018). Ekkorum: Thorvaldsen, Willumsen, Jorn og deres samlinger [Echo chambers: Thorvaldsen, Willumsen, Jorn and their collections]. Periskop: Forum for kunsthistorisk debat [Periscope: Forum for art history debate], 20, 155-59.

Nicolaisen, L. & Ibsen, T. (2018). Made in space: At designe for inklusion i en udstilling om astrofysik [Made in space: Designing for inclusion in an exhibition on astrophysics]. MiD Magasin [MiD Magazine], 39, 26-30.

Særkjær, C. (2018). Når din stemme bliver en del af vores fælles stemme [When your voice becomes a part of our common voice]. UDTRYK [Expression], 3(1), 14-17.

Peer-reviewed conference contributions

Drotner, K. (2019). Already on: Knowledge skepticism and media and information literacy. Keynote lecture at the Academia Europaea and the Wenner-Gren Foundations International Symposium Mind the Gap: Bridging Secondary and Higher Education, Stockholm, 15.-18.5.

Drotner, K. (2019). Mind the gap: Fostering inclusion by focusing on communication. Audio-visual communication section, ICOM 2019, Kyoto, 1.-7.9.

Drotner, K. (2019). Critical audience studies: A hidden tradition of innovation in museology. In: K. Smeds (ed.), The future of tradition in museology: ICOFOM 42nd symposium proceedings, ICOM 2019, Kyoto, 1.-7.9.

Drotner, K. (2019). Citizen science and communication: The missing link. Citizen-science symposium, Session: Citizen engagement and communication in citizen science. University of Southern Denmark, 7.10.

Drotner, K. (2019). Making sense of sensemaking: Creative learning in semi-formal settings. Keynote lecture at the International conference of the Leibniz research network on museums as informal learning environments, Berlin, 18.-19.12.

Krishnasamy, R. (2019). Designing digital exploration games for automated exhibition sites. Academic Bookshop Proceedings Series. https://vbn.aau.dk/en/publications/designing-digital-exploration-games-for-automated-exhibition-site

Krishnasamy, R. (2019). Towards game-guided exploration systems for self-facilitated exhibitions. Electronic Visualisation and the Arts, 164–171.

Krishnasamy, R.K. & Khan, S. (2018). Design challenges in promoting inclusion for cultural heritage contents through low cost technology. NordDesign 2018: Design in the Era of Digitalization. Linköping: Linköping University.

Krishnasamy, R.K. & Khan, S. (2018). Mixed reality game using Bluetooth beacons for exhibitions. Electronic Visualisation & the Arts, Association for Computing Machinery 2018.

Krishnasamy, R.K. (2018). Integrating smart objects into self-guided exhibitions: Challenges of supporting self-guided exhibitions through non-idiomatic technologies. Proceedings of the 6th Workshop on Interacting with Smart Object. 2082. Association for Computing Machinery, 3, 17-22.

Madsen, K.M. & Krishnasamy, R. (2019). Our Museum game: A collaborative game for user-centered exhibition design. ArtsIT 2019: Interactivity & Game Creation. 8th EAI International Conference: ArtsIT, Interactivity & Game Creation. https://vbn.aau.dk/en/publications/our-museum-game-a-collaborative-game-for-user-centered-exhibition

Nicolaisen, L. & Achiam, M. (2017). Who is the implied visitor in astronomy exhibitions? Paper presented at the ESERA (European Science Education Research Association) conference, Dublin, Ireland, 21.-25.8.

Nicolaisen, L. (2019), Presenter at symposium: Scientist talk: Conjectures of the implied visitor. Conference of ESERA (European Science Education Research Association), Bologna, Italy, 28.8.

Vistisen, P., Østergaard, C.P. & Krishnasamy, R.K. (2017). Adopting the unknown through the known: Supporting user interaction of non-idiomatic technologies in exhibitions through known idioms of conventional technologies. In: L.D. Lucchio, L. Imbesi & P. Atkinson (eds.), The Design Journal, 20(sup1), Design for Next: Proceedings of the 12th European Academy of Design Conference. Routledge, S3696-S3706. https://doi.org/10.1080/14606925.2017.1352875

Warring, A.E. (2017). Etiske udfordringer og dilemmaer i studier af fortidsbrug [Ethical challenges and dilemmas in studies of uses of the past]. Nordisk historikermøde [Nordic Historian meeting], Aalborg, 16.8.

Non peer-reviewed conference contributions

Achiam, M. (2019) Discussant at pre-conference event: Space for all, Space for Earth. Ecsite (European Network of Science Centres and Museums) conference, Copenhagen, Denmark, 5.6.

Baggesen, R.H. & Johansen, M.G. (2019). Co-creating knowledge: Participatory practices and museum/university partnerships. MW19: Museums and the Web confeence, Boston, USA. https://mw19.mwconf.org/paper/co-creating-knowledge-participatory-practices-and-museum-university-partnerships/

Baggesen, R.H. (2019). Co-creating knowledge: Participatory practices and museum/university partnerships. Paper presentation. MW19: Museums and the web conference, Boston, USA, 5.4.

Baggesen, R. (2017). Projektpræsentation, diskussionsoplæg og deltagelse i paneldebat om projektsamarbejde mellem universiteter og museer [Project presentation, discussion brief and panel participation on project cooperation between universities and museums]. Organisation Danish Museums seminar, Aarhus, 7.3.

Baggesen, R. (2017). Trans-museology: Inspiring a musealising gaze on the everyday. Paper presentation, Art and Presence Conference. University of Southern Denmark, 16.9.

Bisgaard, L. (2018). Nordic museum histories: Closing remarks and reflections. Our museum conference Nordic museum histories, University of Southern Denmark, 31.01.

Bisgaard, L. (2016). Virksomhedsmuseer: En overset museumstype? [Business museums: An overlooked type of museum?] Seminar om museumstyper [Seminar on museum types]. Danish Center for Museum Research, Aarhus University, 15.11.

Christensen, H.D. (2018). To animate the past for the benefit of the present: Response and reflections to Mattias Bäckström’s lecture. Our Museum conference Nordic museum histories, University of Southern Denmark, 31.01.

Christensen. H.D. (2018). Critical theory, digital technologies and collection management. Presentation speaker at the seminar CulCop Summer Seminar. University of Oslo, 19.6.

Christensen. H.D. (2018). Museum: A culture of digital copies. Organiser and speaker, University of Copenhagen, 15.11.

Christensen. H.D. (2018). The upside-down museum: Gendered art museums, gendered art museum communication, and gendered discourses on art. Lecture at the conference How men use museums, Aarhus University, 18.12.

Christensen, H.D. (2017). Museum informatics, Museumskunde, Angewandte Museologie, muséographie, collection management, heritology, etc. Presentation at the seminar Organisering af viden på museer [Knowledge organisation at museums], Danish Center of Museum Research, University of Copenhagen, 22.2.

Christensen, H.D. (2017). Digitale museer: Tendenser og forandringer [Digital museums: Tendencies and changes]. Oplæg ved temadag om digitalisering og samlinger [Presentation at project day on digitisation and collections], Museum Forum Southern Denmark, Vejle, 31.3.

Christensen, H.D. (2017). On casts: Looking for originals in a museum of copies. Presentation at the seminar The art and science of replication, National Museums of Scotland, Edinburgh, 17.4.

Christensen, H.D. (2016). Gendered art museums and gendered discourses on art: Some examples from Denmark. Presentation at the seminar Gender and Diversity in the Art Museum, University of Bergen, 24.11.

Christensen, H.D. (2016). Our Museum: How to initiate a large-scale research project. Presentation at the researcher workshop, Medical Museion, Copenhagen, 8.12.

Drotner, K. (2019). Public service i en globaliseret og kommercialiseret kultur: Hvad, hvordan, hvorfor? LAMC3 (Libraries, Archives and Museums: Changes, Challenges and Collaboration): Identity and legitimacy, Copenhagen City Archives, 14.3.

Drotner, K. (2019). Digital dannelse: Hvad, hvordan og hvorfor? [Digital literacy: What, how and why?] DEFF conference 2019, Copenhagen, 29.4.

Drotner, K. (2019). Deltager i afslutningspanel [Participant in final panel], Future citizen-science projects: Options and obstacles, Citizen-science symposium, University of Southern Denmark, 7.10.

Drotner, K. (2018). Impact? Evidens? Effekt? Evaluering? Dokumentation på kulturområdet [Impact? Evidence? Effect? Evaluation? Documentation within the cultural sector]. Presentation at Velux Foundation cultural network, 8.3.

Drotner, K. (2018). Media as means and ends of sustainability. Keynote lecture at the conference Media as public good and a lever of sustainability, Wrocław University, 12.12.

Drotner, K. (2017). Digitalisering for alle: Dannelse til en disrupt fremtid [Digitisation for everyone: Character formation for a disrupt future]. Lecture, KL Children and youth Summit, Aalborg, 2.-3.2.

Drotner, K. (2017). Forskningsprogrammet Vores museum: Samarbejdsformer, organisering og internationale perspektiver [The research programme Our Museum: Forms of cooperation, organisation and international perspectives]. Lecture, The Aarhus University museum network, Aros, Aarhus, 8.6.

Drotner, K. (2017). Engaging audience and visitor studies, Panel-leader, Audience studies working group, NordMedia conference 2017, Tampere, Finland, 18.8.

Drotner, K. (2017). Digital kreativitet og digital dannelse [Digital creativity and digital literacy]. Lecture, Danish National Academy of Music, 7.11.

Drotner, K. (2017). Children’s freedom of speech in the 21st century: Options and obstacles. Keynote at the conference Literacy and citizenship in the digital age, University of Copenhagen, 9.10.

Drotner, K. (2017). Modeller til at dokumentere impact på museer med eksempler fra forsknings- og udviklingsprogrammet Vores Museum [Models to document impact at museums examplified by the research and development programme Our Museum]. Lecture, Ministry of Culture conference on museums’ research and impact, Aarhus University, 9.11.

Drotner, K. (2016). The connected museum: Defining cultural collaboration across hybrid spaces. Keynote, The Spaces of Public Exhibition: A Colloquium. Ulysses Centre, Dublin, Ireland, 4.3.

Drotner, K. (2016). Digital natives? Myths and realities of a much-tooted concept. Keynote, Nordic Youth Research Symposium, Trollhättan, Sweden, 17.6.

Drotner, K. (2016). Semiformel læring: Hvad, hvordan, hvorfor? [Semi-formal learning; What, how and why?] Lecture, Ilimmarfik (Nuuk University), 3.10.

Grambye, V.H. (2018). The first century of Nordic museologies: Response to and reflections on Matthias Ekman’s keynote lecture. Our Museum conference Nordic museum histories, University of Southern Denmark, 31.01.

Grambye, V.H. (2018). Antiquarianism and private collections in Denmark, 1650-1750. Presentation at the research programme Authority, materiality and media and The Center for Middle Age and Renaissance Studies, University of Southern Denmark, 21.3.

Grambye, V.H. (2018). Collecting and mediating antiquities in 17th- and 18th-century Denmark: Examples of mediation methods in the premodern museum. Paper at the conference Personal motivations in European museum making from the Renaissance to the Age of the Enlightenment, Aarhus University, 22.11.

Grambye, V.H. (2017). Antikvarisme og private samlinger, 1650-1750 [Antiquarianism and private collections in Denmark, 1650-1750]. Lecture at Department. for Studies of Culture and Oriental Languages, University of Oslo, 3.2.

Grambye, V.H. (2017). Antikvarisme og private samlinger 1650-1750 [Antiquarianism and private collections in Denmark 1650-1750]. Presentation at Department of History, University of Southern Denmark, 8.3.

Grambye, V.H. (2017). The sacred on display: The clergy as antiquarians. Paper at Spring School 2017: From the Sanctuary to the Museum, University of Helsinki, 21.3.

Grambye, V.H. (2017). Antikvarisme og private samlinger 1650-1750 [Antiquarianism and private collections in Denmark 1650-1750]. Presentation at The National Museum of Denmark, 28.3.

Grambye, V.H. (2017). The antiquarian dynasty of the Bircherodes (1670-1730). Paper at the conference Stobaeus Cabinet of Curiosity: Emotions, “Curiosa” and Collecting in Early Modern Sweden and Beyond. Lund University, 5.10.

Grambye, V.H. (2017). Early modern collecting in Scandinavia: The collecting of the Bircherod dynasty, 1670-1730. Presentation for History of Science working group, European University Institute, 22.11.

Jakobsen, L.S. (2018). Brugen af 3D-printning i museumsformidling [The use of 3D printing in museum dissemination]. Lecture, Center for Museology, Oslo University, 26.9.

Jakobsen, L.S. (2018). 3D printing in current museum dissemination. Paper presented at the conference Museum: A culture of digital copies, University of Copenhagen, 16.11.

Jensen, S.K. (2018). Profession or occupation? Response to and reflections on Peter van Mensch’s lecture. Our Museum conference Nordic museum histories, University of Southern Denmark, 31.01.

Jessen, T. S.G. (2019). Present pasts: Performing publics at living history museums. Presentation at the Third Annual Memory Studies Association Conference, Madrid, Spain, 26.6.

Jessen, T. S.G. (2019). Levendegørelser gennem 100 år: Fra et forskningsmæssigt perspektiv [100 years of living history: From a research perspective]. Presentation at Museum Amager Academy of Living History, 9.7, 16.7 and 23.7.

Jessen, T.S.G. (2017). Evoking pasts? 100 years of living history. Presentation at the Our Museum annual International Advisory Board meeting, Copenhagen, 17.5.

Jessen, T.S.G. (2017). Past uses of pasts: 100 years of living history in Danish museums. Presentation at 4th Annual Conference, International Federation for Public History, Ravenna, Italy, 5.6

Johansen, M.G., & Baggesen, R.H. (2019). Den flerstemmige udstilling [The polyphonic exhibition]. Lecture at the Operate Breakfast Academy: Exhibitions of the future. https://operate.dk/events/breakfast-academy-fremtidens-udstillinger

Larsen, A.H. & Jakobsen. L.S. (2018). Disciplinary borders within museology. Paper presented at the conference Where are the borders? Challenges in Nordic museology, Helsinki, 30.8.

Littrup, S.L. (2018). Det er ikke hyggeligt, men det er informativt: Formidlings-teknologiers roller i museumsoplevelser [It is not cosy, but it is informative: The role of dissemination technologies in museum experiences]. Presentation at the Organisation Danish Museums seminar, Middelfart, 13.11.

Littrup, S.L. (2017). Oplevelser og autenticitet [Experiences and authenticity]. Presentation, Nordic Free conference, Reykjavik, Iceland, 5.10.

Madsen, K.H. (2018). The making of nations and museums. Response to and reflections on Peter Aronsson’s keynote lecture. Our Museum conference, Nordic museum histories, University of Southern Denmark, 31.01.

Madsen, K.M. (2017). REDOing the museum exhibition design. In Cumulus REDO Conference Proceedings, 690-695.

Myrczik, E. & Jakobsen, L.S. (2019). How men use museums: Understanding the statistic gender imbalance among users of cultural institutions. Presentation at the Center for Museology, Aarhus University, 25.10.

Myrczik, E. (2019). Museums and AI. Presentation at Research seminar LAMC3: Questions of collections in the age of digitalization, Uppsala University8.10.

Myrczik, E. (2018). From paradigm to practice. Presentation at the seminar, Mission: Participation. Department for Information Studies, University of Copenhagen, 6.2.

Myrczik, E. (2018). The construction of the digital: A fragmented exploration. Presentation at Lisbon Consortium Summer School for the Study of Culture, 4.7.

Nicolaisen, L. (2019). Hvor og hvornår gør forskningstilknytning en forskel i udstillingsudvikling? [Where and when does research association make a difference in exhibition development?] INDsigt seminar, Department of Science Education, University of Copenhagen, 11.6.

Nicolaisen, L. (2019). Made in Space: Designing an inclusive exhibition. Invited  speaker at the Space Group pre-conference. Ecsite (European Network of Science Centres and Museums) conference, Copenhagen, Denmark, 5.6.

Rathjen, K.T.H. (2019). De grundtvigianske lokalmuseer i tiden 1850-1950 [The Grundtvigian local museums,1850-1950]. Presentation at Center for Studies of Cultural heritage dissemination seminar, 20.9.

Rathjen, K.T.H. (2019). Formidling af autentiske genstande i et historisk og nutidigt perspektiv [Dissemination of authentic objects in a historical and current perspective]. Presentation at Museum Forum of Southern Denmark themed meeting, 26.9.

Særkjær, C. (2018). When is it participatory? An investigation of collection and user engagement experiments at Randers Art Gallery. Presentation at the seminar, A participatory museology, School of Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies, University of Leeds, 25.6.

Særkjær, C., (2017). ”Kunst i kassen”: Da Randers Kunstmuseum rykkede uden for betonmurene [”Art in the box”: When Randers Art Museum went beyond its concrete walls]. Presentation at Take Part seminar, Deltagelseskultur: Event, aktivisme og urbane fællesskaber [Participation culture: Event, activism and urban communities], 21.9.

Særkjær, C., (2017). ”Kunst i kassen”: Brugerinddragende udstillingsdesign [”Art in the box”: Exhibition design through user participation]. Presentation at Museological research programme, Aarhus University, 11.12.

Warring, A.E. (2019)Genus, performativitet och reenactment av det amerikanska inbördeskriget [Gender, performativity and reenactment of the American Civil War]. Opponent at final PhD seminar, Linné University, Växsjö, Sweden, 25.9.

Warring, A.E. (2019). At åbne skuffen: Om tidligere børnehjemsbørns transformationer af selvet og den sociale verden gennem erindringsarbejde [To open the drawer: On former orphans’ transformation of self and the social world through memory work]. PhD opponent, University of Southern Denmark, Odense, 31.1.

Warring, A.E. (2019). Vikinger nu [Vikings now]. Co-organiser of seminar, Roskilde University, Roskilde, 23.3.

Warring, A.E. (2018). Introduction to Nordic museum histories. Our Museum conference, Nordic museum histories, University of Southern Denmark, 31.01.

Warring, A. (2018). DR’s Danmarkshistorie: Erindrings- og identitetspolitisk kamparena [Danish Broadcasting Corporation History of Denmark series: A battle ground of memory and identity politics]. Presentation at the Red-Green Alliance Culture festival, Valby House of Culture, 27.1.

Warring, A.E. (2018). Tidligere børnehjemsbørns erindringsarbejde relateret til Danmarks Forsorgsmuseum [Former orphans’ memory work related to the Foster Care Museum of Denmark]. Opponent at final PhD seminar, University of Southern Denmark, 2.5.

Warring, A.E. (2018). Muserne, brugerne og fortiderne [Museums, users and the past]. Presentation at the Organisation Danish Museums seminar, Vejle, 13.11.

Warring, A.e. (2018). Cradle of the nation: The heritage and politics of Kongernes Jelling and Lejre. Presentation, University of Bergen, 17.12.

Warring, A.E. (2017). Norge – Danmark i kunsten at jubilere [Norway – Denmark in the art of jubilation]. Presentation at the seminar Kunsten at jubilere: Grunnlovsfeiring og minnepolitik [The art of jubilation: Celebrating constitutions and memory politics], the House of Literature, Oslo, 3.5.

Warring, A.E. (2017). Reenactment og historiebrugere [Reenactment and users of history]. Lecture at the Association of History teachers’ course, Histories of Denmark, Svendborg, Denmark , 26.10.

Warring, A.E. (2017). Danmarkshistorier 2017: Hvorfor og hvordan [Histories of Denmark 2017: Why and how]. Conference presentation, Dept. of Communication and Arts, Roskilde University, 17.11.

Warring, A.E. (2016). Fortider iscenesat: Historiske jubilæer [Pasts staged: Historical anniversaries]. Lecture at The National Resource Centre for the Dissemination of History and Cultural Heritage, Jelling, Denmark, 26.10.

Warring, A.E. (2016). Fortider iscenesat: Historiske jubilæer [Pasts staged: Historical anniversaries]. Lecture at University College Sealand, Campus Roskilde, 27.10.

Warring, A.E. (2016). Historiebrug og reenactment [Uses of history and reenactmant]. Lecture at a course for history teachers in Denmark, Metropol, Copenhagen, 24.11.