Edited By Kjerstin Aukrust
The KULVER Research Programme:The Research Council of Norway’s Programmeon Assigning Cultural Values
297 The KULVER Research Programme: The Research Council of Norway’s Programme on Assigning Cultural Values The present anthology is a part of the Research Programme on Assigning Cultur- al Values (KULVER), the Research Council of Norway’s programme for cultur- al research for the period 2008-2012. Seventeen research projects have been funded by KULVER: – Ibsen Between Cultures – Routes, Roads, and Landscapes: Aesthetic Practices en route, 1750-2015 – Exhibiting Europe: The Development of a European Narrative in Museums, Collections and Exhibitions – Being Together: Remaking Public Intimacies – Patterns of Cultural Valuation: Priorities and Aesthetics in Exhibitions of Identity in Museums – Animals as Things and Animals as Signs – Art Value: A Research Project on Trash and Readymades, Art and Ceramics – Contemporary Soundspaces: Acoustemology and Musical Agency – Inside Out: New Images and Imaginations of the Body – Border Aesthetics – Ruin Memories: Materiality, Aesthetics and the Archaeology of the Recent Past – Muslim Devotional Practices, Aesthetics and Cultural Formation in Migrancy – Conflicts and Negotiations: Gender and Value in Art and Aesthetics – Religion as Aestheticizing Practice – Alumination: Design as Aesthetic Practice and Cultural Valuation in the Aluminium Industry – The Ambiguities of Sex and Gender in the Aesthetic Theories of Bildung (postdoctoral project) – Time and Aesthetic Value in Early Modern Literary Culture (postdoctoral project) Please visit KULVER’s web page for more information on all the KULVER projects: http://www.forskningsradet.no/kulver. 298 The KULVER research programme’s board has coordinated the programme on behalf of the Research Council of Norway. The board has consisted of the fol- lowing members: – Kjersti Bale, Professor, Department of...
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