Luennot ovat osa käynnissä olevaa Nordic Craft Science -hanketta, jonka tavoitteena on lujittaa pohjoismaista käsityötutkimusta kehittämällä yhteistä ymmärrystä alan viimeisimmästä kehityksestä.

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Welcome to the lectures on Nordic Craft Sciences

Craft Science is an established field of academic research in Finland, Sweden, and Norway. As a small and scattered academic discipline, existing in many different faculties and often subordinated to traditional academic disciplines, there is a need for dialogue and collaboration across universities and countries. The lectures area part of an ongoing Nordic Craft Science project, which aims at consolidating Nordic craft research by developing a joint understanding of the state-of-the-art in the field.

17.11.2021 at 9:00 - 11:30 Approaches to Craft Sciences
Sirpa Kokko (UH): Craft Science models for future developmentGunnar Almevik (GU): Traditional and non-traditional research outputsCamilla Groth (USN): BICCS conference, Craft Science anthology Ave Matsin and Kristi Jõeste (VCA): Craft Science at Viljandi Culture Academy

18.11.2021 at 9:00 - 12:00 Perspectives on Craft Sciences from related fields Kaiju Kangas (UH): Invention pedagogy – examples of research and practice Kirstine Riis (USN): Craft and Sustainable education - some examples Ingrid Holmboe Høibo (USN): Craft Research through drawingAnneli Palmsköld (UG): Craft Science from an ethnographical perspectiveTina Westerkund (UG): Craft Knowledge CommunicationAnna Kouhia (UH): Promoting sustainability and intimacy of material connection through autoetnographic cinemaPirita Seitamaa-Hakkarainen (UH): Commentary on theoretical and methodological developments of craft science research

  • BICCS conference website Napsauta tai napauta, jos luotat tähän linkkiin.">
  • BICSS conference proceedings FormAkademisk Napsauta tai napauta, jos luotat tähän linkkiin.">
  • Kokko, S., Almevik, G., Høgseth, H., & Seitamaa-Hakkarainen, P. (2020). Mapping the methodologies of the Craft Sciences in Finland, Sweden and Norway. Craft Research, 11(2), 177–209. Napsauta tai napauta, jos luotat tähän linkkiin.">