Vårens program

Föredrag, forskarmingel och buffétallrik.

"Gendered Interpretations" - ett internationellt forskningssamarbete som presenterar nya tolkningar av föremål ur samlingarna från Victoria & Albert Museum och Vasamuseet.

Hela programmet är på engelska.

Välkommen att ta del av några nya upptäckter inom forskningssamarbetet, lyssna på våra svenska forskare och internationella gästföreläsare, passa på att mingla och ställa frågor. Dessutom finns chansen att se föremål från Vasa som normalt inte visas på museet.

Biljetter

Du bokar och betalar din biljett och din buffétallrik nedan. Du som inte önskar förtäring, bokar och betalar enbart biljett till programmet. När du kommer till museet visar du upp din biljett i kassan, den gäller både som entrébiljett och biljett till programmet.

OBS! Hela programmet är på engelska.
Vänligen observera att det inte går att köpa mat i efterhand, du bokar både din biljett till evenemanget och din mat vid samma tillfälle.

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Programme

Researchers and experts are currently working together to reinterpret museum objects and unveil hidden histories at the Victoria & Albert and the Vasa Museum. By asking questions about gender, sexuality and power relations we seek to acquire a richer understanding of the past.

Welcome to hear about some of the new findings, engage with our researchers and experts and see objects from Vasa’s unique collection that normally are not on display.

18:00 Welcome speech by the Director of the Vasa Museum, Lisa Månsson

18:05 Talk by James Daybell and Kit Heyam:
Gender in the museum: Wearing the wrong hat in early modern Europe

18:35 Talk by Anna Maria Forssberg and Emma Severinsson: Gendering Vasa: Sculptures and textiles in a new light

18:55 Mingle session in the Ship Hall
Researchers and curators at hand, objects relevant to the project on display. Bar and pre ordered buffet plates.

19:30 Talk by Susan Broomhall: 
Sex at Sea: Gender and the East India Companies

Three talks

Gender in the museum: wearing the wrong hat in early modern Europe

Talk by James Daybell, Prof. of History at the University of Plymouth (UK), and Kit Heyam, Dr. of History at the University of Plymouth (UK).
This talk reveals the hidden stories behind sixteenth- and seventeenth-century caps. From the pioneering female apprentices who broke into the capmakers' guides, to early modern fears that wearing the wrong hat might transform women into men, you'll discover a new way to look at museum objects.

Gendering Vasa: Sculptures and textiles in a new light

Talk by Anna Maria Forssberg, Researcher at the Vasa Museum, and Emma Severinsson, Post Dr. of History at the University of Lund (SE).
This talk is about Vasa’s sculptures - especially the crown-sculpture of the stern and the male and female figures under it. What does it mean that the "Swedish people" are portrayed as six women and five men in this sculpture. Also a discussion about a hat and a pouch found on Vasa from a gender perspective. 

Sex at Sea: Gender and the East India Companies

Talk by Susan Broomhall, Prof. of History at The University of Western Australia (AU). 
Regulating sexual relations could be very challenging for European trading companies of the early modern period. Not only did they attempt to limit sexual engagements aboard vessels but also to determine Company members’ contacts with local populations abroad. Their varying degrees of success are reflected in repeated discussions within Company documentation, often expressed in fears and anxieties about European habits, customs and morals “at sea”.

Buffétallrik

Getost med fikonmarmelad
Gravad lax med pepparrotskräm
Rökt lammstek med syrad kål
Algkaviarröra med fetaost
Bröd och smör

Cold buffet plate

Goat cheese with fig marmalade
Cold smoked salmon with horseradish cream
Smoked lamb with pickled kale
Seaweed caviar with feta cheese
Bread and butter