Contributors & Contributions

Lina Ahtola, Sweden:
Welcome to Helsingborg and Helsingør!

Áile Aikio, Finland:
Guovtti ilmmi gaskkas. Balancing between two contested worlds

Terje Anepaio, Estonia:
Managing the „Other“: Stories of the Estonian Russian-speaking Minority in the Core Exhibition of the Estonian National Museum

Stefan Bohman, Sweden:
Difficult Person Museums

Eirin Breie, Norway:
Museumsetikk.no – promoting how museums make a difference in society

Diana Chafik, Sweden:
Collecting and telling outside the comfort zone

Mirhan Damir, Egypt:
Nasser Museum: A 56 years’ Journey Towards Realization

Eero Ehanti, Finland:
“Museums don’t do anything!” and other Finnish views on museum ethics

Solveig Hanusardóttir Olsen, Faroe Islands:
A Bloody Tradition – Whale Killing in Paintings by Mikines

Merete Ipsen, Denmark:
Difficult Issues Around Gender

Maria Kobielska, Poland:
Warsaw, 2004 – Gdańsk, 2017. Evolution of the Polish museum boom

Jon Røyne Kyllingstad, Norway:
FOLK: an exhibit on science, identity, and politics

Ellen Lange, Norway:
At home with people with severe mental illness

Ageliki Lefkaditou, Norway:
FOLK: an exhibit on science, identity, and politics

Karen Logan, Northern Ireland:
Collecting the Troubles and Beyond

Natalie Meurisch, Germany:
Conservational challenges in dealing with Holocaust objects

Paal Mork, Norway:
Welcome to Helsingborg and Helsingør!

Peter Ostritsch, Sweden:
Collecting and telling outside the comfort zone

Kathrin Pabst, Norway:
Presenting Difficult Issues By Using Personal Narratives - An Example
"Many considerations to make – many needs to balance". Moral challenges museum employees could face when working with sensitive themes
Moral challenges for museum professionals

Anja Petersen, Sweden:
Ingeborg Holm changed the world. An early whistleblower

Valeria Pica, Italy:
Trembling walls. When the earthquake changes the identity of local museums.

Ralf Raths, Germany:
The German Tank Museum: A blood diamond as a regional touristic crown jewel?

Kristel Rattus, Estonia:
Managing the „Other“: Stories of the Estonian Russian-speaking Minority in the Core Exhibition of the Estonian National Museum

Beate Reifenscheid, Germany:
Welcome!

Antonio Rodriguez, USA:
The politics of diversity. Excluding identities from the inclusivity movement

Satu Savia, Finland:
Post-Mortem Photography – Is It Right For Museums To Decide Who Is Remembered, Forgotten Or Hidden?

Karim Shaboury, Egypt:
Nasser Museum: A 56 years’ Journey Towards Realization

Karen Sivebæk Munk-Nielsen, Denmark: 
Hidden objects in display

Branko Šuštar, Slovenia:
Museums and presentation of education, wars and the socialist period as problematic memories - experiences in Slovenia

Hanna Talasmäki, Finland:
Post-Mortem Photography – Is It Right For Museums To Decide Who Is Remembered, Forgotten Or Hidden?

Michael Terwey, UK:
Collection management and public consent. The practice, politics and perception of collections disposal and transfer

Henrik Treimo, Norway:
FOLK: an exhibit on science, identity, and politics

Gudrun D Whitehead, Iceland:
House of Silicone: Displaying macabre and contested History at the Saga Museum

Birgitta Witting, Sweden:
Documenting Collective Grief


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