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  • Open Access Danish
    Authors: 
    Lauland, Peter;
    Publisher: Umeå universitet, Institutionen för idé- och samhällsstudier
    Country: Sweden
  • Open Access Danish
    Authors: 
    Samuelsson, Johan;
    Publisher: Karlstads Universitet
    Country: Sweden

    A major issue in Swedish and international research has, indeed, been the overriding purpose of social studies, along with the recurring discussion on whether the teaching of social studies should be organised in the individual subjects or be subject-integrated. The main aim of this article is to analyse how social studies as a specific field of study is featured in government commissions of inquiry and steering documents in the period 1980-2014. The analysis is primarily based on American and Nordic history and social studies education theory, which has identified a number of concepts regarding the purpose and organization of the social studies subject; the humanistic approach; the progressively approach; the disciplinary oriented approach and the postmodern and interpretive approach. The article is based on an analysis of national evaluations and reviews of social studies as well as curricula and government commissioned inquiries. The analysis shows that social studies as a knowledge domain is characterized by progressivism in the national evaluations in the whole period. Although curricula nowadays have a disciplinary perspective on the purpose and organization of social studies, progressivism is still prevalent in evaluations. It is clear that the public authorities responsible for the most recent inspections embrace progressivism. Concurrent with the predominance of certain education philosophies–progressivism in 1980-2011 and the disciplinary perspective from 2011– there are also traces of other approaches in the curricula, for example, the humanistic as well as the postmodern perspectives.

  • Open Access Danish
    Authors: 
    Bäcklund, Jan;
    Publisher: Aarhus University, Denmark
  • Open Access Danish
    Authors: 
    Bäcklund, Jan;
    Publisher: The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Denmark

    Med Orson Welles F for Fake undersøger vi, hvordan æstetisk kvalitet vil kunne indløses som kunstnerisk værdi. Hvis spørgsmålet er Elmyr de Hory, er svaret, at det koster intention og identitet. Orson Welles’ last film, F for Fake from 1973, not only doubles several figures from Clifford Irving’s biography of the forger Elmyr de Hory, the character ‘Orson Welles’ doubles the character ‘Elmyr de Hory’ as well in their common denominator as charlatans> Orson as a non-filming movie-maker, Elmyr as a non-artist painter and draughtsman. Whereas this for Orson was an intentional ambition in his film-making, it seems for Elmyr to have been an unintentional involutarism. As most artists, Elmyr strived for recognition of his own works under his own name. The problem was, however, that he did not have any real identity. With regard to quality, Hory could not really see the difference between a Modigliani portrait painted by Modigliani in 1910’s and another Modigliani portrait by Elmyr. This indifference towards the logic of artistic fame, established by different avantgardes, Hory probably had in common with all our lesser known artists, who thought that aesthetical qualities could be exchanged to artistic value. Elmyr’s paradoxical success – starting with Clifford Irving’s biography and Orson Welles’ film – illuminates a strategy for traditional or mediocre artists, to test artistic value, with a type of retrogardian chock-effect: reciprocal plagiarism.

  • Publication . Article . 2017
    Open Access Danish
    Authors: 
    Charlotte Boje Andersen; Lisbeth M. Imer;
    Country: Sweden
  • Publication . Review . 2021
    Open Access Danish
    Authors: 
    Rattenborg, Rune;
    Publisher: Uppsala universitet, Institutionen för lingvistik och filologi
    Country: Sweden

    Titele in WoS: The metropolises of the Middle East

  • Open Access Danish
    Authors: 
    Andreas Åkerlund;
    Publisher: Umeå University
    Country: Sweden

    The article investigates the financial basis of state-sponsored international academic exchange through the Swedish Institute (SI). Founded in 1945 the SI is the main institution for Swedish public diplomacy and is as such part of modern foreign policy and Swedish soft power. This article maps the changing sources of funding as well as the sums spent on academic exchange from 1945–2010. It also discusses the various forms of exchange programs and gives an overview of the ideas behind and arguments for such programs. The overall picture is that state-sponsored exchange after 1945 has expanded. Not only has more and more money been spent on exchange, which led to an increase in the number of persons benefitted, but there has also been a diversification in exchange schemes towards parallel programs, each designed to fulfill a certain task. Though they fund different parts of the SI exchange scheme, the main sources of funding, however, have remained the same: the Ministry for Foreign Affairs, various development assistance agencies and programs as well as the Ministry for Education. Utrikespolitik och internationalisering av svensk högre utbildning: Svenska Institutet och det akademiska utbytet 1945–2010 Internationaliseringens nationella arenor: Svensk högre utbildning och utländska studenter, 1945-2015

  • Publication . Article . 2019
    Open Access Danish
    Authors: 
    Ruth Illman; Karin Hedner Zetterholm;
    Publisher: Donner Institute
    Country: Sweden

    Editorial for Issue 30(2) of Nordisk judaistik/Scandinavain Jewish Studies.

  • Open Access Danish
    Authors: 
    Pontus Rudberg;
    Publisher: Donner Institute
    Country: Sweden

    Slutreplik till Malin Thor Tureby om svensk-judisk historieforskning (se Vol. 31 nr 1 och 2).

  • Open Access Danish
    Authors: 
    Dam, Torben;
    Publisher: Københavns Universitet
    Country: Sweden

    How can the Danish lawn be read and interpreted through the last century? The cases vary a lot, therefore the cases reach out towards a general discussion.The investigation aims at exploring the Danish lawn in an international perspective, and lawns in landscape architecture or lawns as symbols signify critical points of view to societal matters.The present contribution explores the lawn as a central component in selected cases from 1915 till today. The modern breakthrough in the 1920s in Danish landscape architecture revitalized the lawn. Further artistic contributions in the 1950s launched the lawn in a delicate poetic edition. Only a few years later in the 1960s, the lawn signified the inhuman, industrialized suburb. The color TV in the 1980s made the lawn synonymous with commercial football and technology. In 2019, the lawn is an everyday thing, and parallelly it exists as the antonym to the ecological flower meadow – the “true” urban nature.

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  • Open Access Danish
    Authors: 
    Lauland, Peter;
    Publisher: Umeå universitet, Institutionen för idé- och samhällsstudier
    Country: Sweden
  • Open Access Danish
    Authors: 
    Samuelsson, Johan;
    Publisher: Karlstads Universitet
    Country: Sweden

    A major issue in Swedish and international research has, indeed, been the overriding purpose of social studies, along with the recurring discussion on whether the teaching of social studies should be organised in the individual subjects or be subject-integrated. The main aim of this article is to analyse how social studies as a specific field of study is featured in government commissions of inquiry and steering documents in the period 1980-2014. The analysis is primarily based on American and Nordic history and social studies education theory, which has identified a number of concepts regarding the purpose and organization of the social studies subject; the humanistic approach; the progressively approach; the disciplinary oriented approach and the postmodern and interpretive approach. The article is based on an analysis of national evaluations and reviews of social studies as well as curricula and government commissioned inquiries. The analysis shows that social studies as a knowledge domain is characterized by progressivism in the national evaluations in the whole period. Although curricula nowadays have a disciplinary perspective on the purpose and organization of social studies, progressivism is still prevalent in evaluations. It is clear that the public authorities responsible for the most recent inspections embrace progressivism. Concurrent with the predominance of certain education philosophies–progressivism in 1980-2011 and the disciplinary perspective from 2011– there are also traces of other approaches in the curricula, for example, the humanistic as well as the postmodern perspectives.

  • Open Access Danish
    Authors: 
    Bäcklund, Jan;
    Publisher: Aarhus University, Denmark
  • Open Access Danish
    Authors: 
    Bäcklund, Jan;
    Publisher: The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Denmark

    Med Orson Welles F for Fake undersøger vi, hvordan æstetisk kvalitet vil kunne indløses som kunstnerisk værdi. Hvis spørgsmålet er Elmyr de Hory, er svaret, at det koster intention og identitet. Orson Welles’ last film, F for Fake from 1973, not only doubles several figures from Clifford Irving’s biography of the forger Elmyr de Hory, the character ‘Orson Welles’ doubles the character ‘Elmyr de Hory’ as well in their common denominator as charlatans> Orson as a non-filming movie-maker, Elmyr as a non-artist painter and draughtsman. Whereas this for Orson was an intentional ambition in his film-making, it seems for Elmyr to have been an unintentional involutarism. As most artists, Elmyr strived for recognition of his own works under his own name. The problem was, however, that he did not have any real identity. With regard to quality, Hory could not really see the difference between a Modigliani portrait painted by Modigliani in 1910’s and another Modigliani portrait by Elmyr. This indifference towards the logic of artistic fame, established by different avantgardes, Hory probably had in common with all our lesser known artists, who thought that aesthetical qualities could be exchanged to artistic value. Elmyr’s paradoxical success – starting with Clifford Irving’s biography and Orson Welles’ film – illuminates a strategy for traditional or mediocre artists, to test artistic value, with a type of retrogardian chock-effect: reciprocal plagiarism.

  • Publication . Article . 2017
    Open Access Danish
    Authors: 
    Charlotte Boje Andersen; Lisbeth M. Imer;
    Country: Sweden
  • Publication . Review . 2021
    Open Access Danish
    Authors: 
    Rattenborg, Rune;
    Publisher: Uppsala universitet, Institutionen för lingvistik och filologi
    Country: Sweden

    Titele in WoS: The metropolises of the Middle East

  • Open Access Danish
    Authors: 
    Andreas Åkerlund;
    Publisher: Umeå University
    Country: Sweden

    The article investigates the financial basis of state-sponsored international academic exchange through the Swedish Institute (SI). Founded in 1945 the SI is the main institution for Swedish public diplomacy and is as such part of modern foreign policy and Swedish soft power. This article maps the changing sources of funding as well as the sums spent on academic exchange from 1945–2010. It also discusses the various forms of exchange programs and gives an overview of the ideas behind and arguments for such programs. The overall picture is that state-sponsored exchange after 1945 has expanded. Not only has more and more money been spent on exchange, which led to an increase in the number of persons benefitted, but there has also been a diversification in exchange schemes towards parallel programs, each designed to fulfill a certain task. Though they fund different parts of the SI exchange scheme, the main sources of funding, however, have remained the same: the Ministry for Foreign Affairs, various development assistance agencies and programs as well as the Ministry for Education. Utrikespolitik och internationalisering av svensk högre utbildning: Svenska Institutet och det akademiska utbytet 1945–2010 Internationaliseringens nationella arenor: Svensk högre utbildning och utländska studenter, 1945-2015

  • Publication . Article . 2019
    Open Access Danish
    Authors: 
    Ruth Illman; Karin Hedner Zetterholm;
    Publisher: Donner Institute
    Country: Sweden

    Editorial for Issue 30(2) of Nordisk judaistik/Scandinavain Jewish Studies.

  • Open Access Danish
    Authors: 
    Pontus Rudberg;
    Publisher: Donner Institute
    Country: Sweden

    Slutreplik till Malin Thor Tureby om svensk-judisk historieforskning (se Vol. 31 nr 1 och 2).

  • Open Access Danish
    Authors: 
    Dam, Torben;
    Publisher: Københavns Universitet
    Country: Sweden

    How can the Danish lawn be read and interpreted through the last century? The cases vary a lot, therefore the cases reach out towards a general discussion.The investigation aims at exploring the Danish lawn in an international perspective, and lawns in landscape architecture or lawns as symbols signify critical points of view to societal matters.The present contribution explores the lawn as a central component in selected cases from 1915 till today. The modern breakthrough in the 1920s in Danish landscape architecture revitalized the lawn. Further artistic contributions in the 1950s launched the lawn in a delicate poetic edition. Only a few years later in the 1960s, the lawn signified the inhuman, industrialized suburb. The color TV in the 1980s made the lawn synonymous with commercial football and technology. In 2019, the lawn is an everyday thing, and parallelly it exists as the antonym to the ecological flower meadow – the “true” urban nature.