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  • Open Access Miscellaneous
    Authors: 
    Gunnar D. Hatlehol;
    Publisher: Universitetsforlaget
    Country: Norway

    Til tross for at det norske bokmarkedet vitnet om en konstant sterk interesse for temaet Norge under den andre verdenskrig, var faghistorikeres bidrag til historiografien heller fåtallige. Og slik fortsatte det til inn på 1970-tallet. Okkupasjonstidens fangehistorie var nærmest utelukkende et domene for populærhistoriske tilnærminger, der mange av utgivelsene var erindringsbaserte, gjerne også skrevet av menn som hadde vært fanger selv. Da var det norske fangers historier som ble skildret. Det store mindretallet fanger fra utlandet, hentet til Norge for å arbeide for den tyske okkupasjonsmakten, ble bare gjenstand for sporadisk interesse og da ikke fra faghistorikerne, et forhold som dels knytter seg til et vanskelig tilgjengelig kildetilfang. Oversiktsverkene om Norges krigsår gjenspeilte marginaliseringen av dem. Først på 1980-tallet begynte de første større arbeidene om sovjetiske krigsfanger og jugoslaviske fanger å materialisere seg, men disse var signert utenlandske historikere. I det påfølgende tiåret, på en tid da en rekke marginaliserte grupper i det tyskokkuperte Norge ble løftet frem i lyset, kunne bare en beskjeden interesse blant historikere for å studere de utenlandske fangene spores. Heller ikke et par tyngre studier av jugoslaviske fanger og polske tvangsarbeidere ble oversatt til norsk. Det store gjennombruddet fant først sted på 2000-tallet, i etterkant av en forsterket internasjonal forskningsinteresse for Nazi-Tysklands tvangsarbeidshistorie. På 2010-tallet fulgte norske universiteter opp med større forskningsprosjekter der okkupasjonsmaktens forhold til fanger og tvangsarbeidere ble belyst. Flere faghistoriske bøker som tar for seg norske fanger i Norge har de to siste tiårene sett dagens lys, selv om et samlende oversiktsverk om denne gruppen stadig mangler.

  • Open Access Miscellaneous
    Authors: 
    Cecilia Parsberg;
    Publisher: Malmö Faculty of Fine and Performing Arts, Lund University
    Country: Sweden

    My first encounter with a begging person led me to spend five years investigating the new situation regarding begging and giving in Sweden. The premise is that every-day actions and reactions to another person can be made visible through aesthetics with ethical underpinnings. My investigation takes place mainly in the urban landscape and in the media. The images always constitute the point of departure for the reasoning and for the staged works. Images that separate as well as connect bodies. Which images are at play in the social choreography of begging and giving? In this context, how can images be activated in new ways? How can new images be generated? Begging is a call to social interaction, and regardless of whether the giver interacts socially with the begging person on the street, the giver is implicated in the asymmetrical value systems of the European Union. In my first staged work I hire a professional market researcher to find out how a beggar in Sweden should behave to be successful. This becomes a film that I then show opposite another film in which begging people talk about how givers give. This is followed by a number of staged works and an interdisciplinary theoretical discussion involving, among others, Judith Butler, Sara Ahmed, and Hannah Arendt, as well as a number of artistic works concerning how images – and bodily actions – are linked to the social image and the body politics. The arrangement of the choirs in the staged work The Chorus of Begging and The Chorus of Giving, indicates a space for social interaction and thus demonstrates a different order that demands different actions in terms of language, movement, and attitude toward each other. It’s a social choreography: when the choirs rehearsed and sung together a political form emerged. My hope is to make visible a space for action between the begging and the giving that can be used for continued ethical negotiations and new staged works.

  • Open Access Miscellaneous
    Authors: 
    Bechmann Pedersen, Sune;
    Publisher: Karolinum Press
    Country: Sweden
  • Publication . Part of book or chapter of book . 2010
    Open Access Miscellaneous
  • Publication . Other literature type . Article . 2003
    Open Access Miscellaneous
    Authors: 
    Jennbert, Kristina;
    Publisher: Lietovos Kulturos Ministerija, Vilnius
    Country: Sweden
  • Open Access Miscellaneous
    Authors: 
    Teszelszky, Roger; Mačuha, Maroš; Kovačka, M.;
    Publisher: Slovenská národná knižnica
  • Publication . Part of book or chapter of book . 2014
    Restricted Miscellaneous
    Authors: 
    Çakirlar, Canan; Baltaş, Şöhret; Altun, Şafak;
    Publisher: Gama Holding
  • Publication . Part of book or chapter of book . 2014
    Restricted Miscellaneous
  • Open Access Miscellaneous
    Authors: 
    Siv Gøril Brandtzæg;
    Publisher: Hostet af Det Kgl. Bibliotek
    Country: Norway

    This article discusses skilling ballads as a news medium in the early modern period, and it suggests that in Scandinavia the news ballad was the most important journalistic genre for a broad public. Through a reading of ballads conveying news of fantastical creatures, the article considers how skilling ballads negotiated the borders between the true and the false, and how some of our contemporary mechanisms for revealing fake news can be detected in the early modern news ballads. Dette tidsskrift tilbyder øjeblikkelig Open Access til tidsskriftets indhold på baggrund af princippet om, at gratis offentlig adgang til forskning understøtter en større global udveksling af viden.

  • Open Access Miscellaneous
    Authors: 
    Krueger, Michał; Brandherm, Dirk; Niedzielski, Przemysław;
    Country: United Kingdom