Meeting of the Editorial Board
During the Annual Meetings of the International Council of Museums (ICOM), the editorial board took the chance to meet in person at ICOM's headquarters and discuss the remaining issues for our joint conference in Helsingborg.
Already last week, the applicants for the Call for Papers were notified about the result. We have received 83 submissions from 24 different countries and of amazing quality, offering a broad range of exciting topics, ideas and case studies. Thanks to all who participated! For the last two months, the board has been working hard to select the comparatively small number of papers the programme schedule could possibly take, and there were no easy decisions.
Registration for the conference will open 15 June here and the programme will be unfolded both on the blog and the conference website in the next weeks. We are already looking forward to welcome you in Helsingborg and disuss difficult issues with you! In the meantime, check out this blog and consider sharing your own ideas and projects!
In the picture from left to right: Beate Reifenscheid (President ICOM Germany), Eero Ehanti (President ICOM Finland), Kathrin Pabst (Board Member ICOM Norway) Stefan Bohman (ICOM Sweden), Katherine Hauptman (President ICOM Sweden), Katrin Hieke (Board Member ICOM Germany and Chair of the Editorial Board) and Tine Bagh (Board Member ICOM Denmark).