Publications

Project publications

Openness: Politics, Practices, Poetics. Published in a series at Medium.com: https://medium.com/the-politics-practices-and-poetics-of-openness

Women Making History book (title ‘Women Making HERstory’) in Swedish and English, as well as newsletters. In Swedish: 1:2013, 2:2014, 1:2015 In English: 1:2013, 2:20141:2015)

Individual researchers’ publications within the project.
In alphabetical order:

Björgvinsson, Erling, and Anders Høg Hansen. 2013. ”Archiving Bodies: Bodies, Leisure and (territorial) Politics.” Paper presented at the Popmodernism Circle at the Nordic Summer University, Turku, Finland, March 16.

Björgvinsson, Erling, and Anders Høg Hansen. 2013. ”Living Archives and Archiving Bodies.” Paper presented at the conference Don’t forget the archives: Collecting Non-Archives for the Post-Media Condition, Lüneburg, Germany, April 25–26.

Björgvinsson, Erling, and Anders Høg Hansen. 2015. “Space Oddities: Music and the Making of Living Archives.” In Memory on Trial: Media, Citizenship and Social Justice, edited by Anders Høg Hansen, Oscar Hemer, and Thomas Tufte. Lit Verlag.

Björgvinsson, Erling and Anders Høg Hansen. 2016 (forthcoming). ‘City Symphony Malmö. The Spatial Politics of Non-institutional Memory’, in Journal of Media Practice Vol 17

Engberg, Maria. 2015. “En ny humanist: Produktiv teori och kreativa praktiker.” Universitetet som medium, eds. Matts Lindström and Adam Wickberg Månsson, Stockholm: Mediehistoriskt arkiv, pp 79-92.

Ginslov, Jeannette, Susan Kozel, Camilla Ryd, Jacek Smolicki, and Daniel Spikol. 2014. “Using Augmented Reality, Artistic Research and Mobile Phones to Explore Practice-based Learning.” Paper presented at Ideas in Mobile Learning, Bristol, UK, March 6–7.

Høg Hansen, Anders (2015) ‘Reclusive Openness in the Life of Eugene Haynes (1927-2007). Opening the suitcase and writings of an African-American classical pianist in Europe’, in Living Archives (Ed). The Politics, Practices and Poetics of Openness. medium.com

Høg Hansen, Anders (2016) ‘Reclusive Openness Remediated’ Paper given at IAMCR conference, University of Leicester, July 2016 (Popular Culture working group, Memory and Narration session)

Høg Hansen, Anders, Lola Young and Faye Ginsburg (2016) ‘Mediating Stuart Hall’ in Voice & Matter, edited by Hemer, Oscar and Thomas Tufte, Gothenburg: Nordicom.

Kozel, Susan. 2013. “Somatic Materialism or ‘Is it Possible to do a Phenomenology of Affect?'” in Site Magazine, 33: 153–170.

Kozel, Susan. 2013. ”Performing Memory.” Paper presented at the LARM Audio Research Archive Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark, November 14–15.

Kozel, Susan, Jacek Smolicki, and Daniel Spikol. 2014. “Affective and Rhythmic Engagement with Archival Material: Experiments with Augmented Reality.” Paper presented at the NODEM 2014 Conference, Warsaw, Poland, December 1–3.

Nilsson, Elisabet M. & Barton, Jody (2016). Co-designing newcomers archives: discussing ethical challenges when establishing collaboration with vulnerable user groups. Conference proceedings Cumulus Hong Kong 2016, Hong Kong, November 21-24.

Nilsson, Elisabet M. (2016). Prototyping collaborative (co)-archiving practices – From archival appraisal to co-archival facilitation. Conference proceedings 22nd International Conference on Virtual Systems & Multimedia, Kuala Lumpur, October 17-21.

Nilsson, Elisabet M. 2015. The Smell of Urban Data: Urban Archiving Practices Beyond Open Data. In Living Archives (Ed.) The Politics, Practices and Poetics of Openness, Malmö University, Sweden.

Nilsson, Elisabet M.; and Wiman, Veronica. 2015.”Urban Archiving for Smarter Cities : Archival practices beyond Open data.” Conference proceedings, Culture and Computing 2015, Kyoto University, Japan. Poster

Nilsson, Elisabet M., and Veronica Wiman. 2015. “Gardening communities as urban archives and social resource in urban planning.” Conference proceedings, Nordes 2015: Design Ecologies, Challenging anthropocentrism in the design of sustainable futures, University College of Arts, Crafts and Design, Stockholm, Sweden.

Nilsson, Elisabet M., and Veronica Wiman. 2015. “Eat a Memory: A Tool for Urban Archival Practices to Support Citizens’ Participation in Urban Development.” Conference paper, The fifth decennial Aarhus conference, Critical Alternatives, Aarhus, Denmark.

Odumosu, Temi. 2014. “Burthened Bodies: The Image and Cultural Work of ‘White Negroes’ in the Eighteenth Century Atlantic World” in American Studies in Scandinavia, 46.1: 31-53.

Odumosu, Temi. 2015. “Blind Spots (A Traveller’s Tale): Notes on Cultural Citizenship, Power, Recognition and Diversity”. In Museums – Citizens and Sustainable Solutions, Danish Agency for Culture, pp. 110-119. (Download publication as PDF, or view archived PDF from archive.org)

Odumosu, Temi. 2015. “Open Images or Open Wounds? Colonial past and present in the city of Copenhagen”.  In Living Archives (Ed.) The Politics, Practices and Poetics of Openness, Malmö University, Sweden.

Odumosu, Temi, and Hannes Schroeder. 2015. “Memorializing Contested Landscapes”. Journal of African Diaspora Archaeology and Heritage, 4.3: 189-94.

Smolicki, Jacek. 2014. ”Ethnographic Research as a Sensory Exploration of Place: The Slussen Project.” In proceedings of the 8th Festival Internacional de Arte Sonoro.

Smolicki, Jacek. 2015. “De-totalizing Capture: On Personal Recording and Archiving Practices.” In Proceedings of the 21st International Symposium on Electronic Art.

Speiginer, Gheric, Blair MacIntyre, Jay Bolter, Hafez Rouzati, Amy Lambeth, Laura Levy, Laurie Baird, Maribeth Gandy, Matt Sanders, Brian Davidson, Maria Engberg, Russ Clark, and Elizabeth Mynatt. 2015. “The Evolution of the Argon Web Framework Through Its Use Creating Cultural Heritage and Community–Based Augmented Reality Applications”. Human-Computer Interaction: Users and Contexts: 17th International Conference, HCI International 2015, Los Angeles, CA, USA, August 2-7, 2015, Proceedings, Part III. Springer International Publishing. pp 112-124. (http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-21006-3_12)

Wiman, Veronica. 2014. “Approaching Urban Gardening and Farming: Initiatives by Citizens, Municipalities and Governments.” In Podium: FoU-magasin fra Universitetet i Tromsø, Det kunstfaglige fakultet, No. 8: 7–9.

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