Dr Eva Löfgren

Senior lecturer
Department of Conservation, University of Gothenburg, Sweden
Participates in 2 items
Phd and senior lecturer/associate professor at the Department of Conservation, University of Gothenburg, Eva Löfgren’s research mainly concerns rural public space and the use and meaning of built environment. Lofgren is currently working on two research projects that regard religious heritage and in particular Swedish church buildings; ”How was the Church of Sweden transformed into a national heritage?” (Swedish Research Council 2014-2018) and ”Old Churches, New Values? Use and Management of Church buildings in a Changing society” (National Heritage Board/Church of Sweden 2012-2015). She teaches witihin the fields of history of architecture, history of heritage conservation, spatial theory and research methodologies. Löfgren has previously worked as an editor and is now a member of the editorial board of Bebyggelsehistorisk Tidskrift (Journal of Building History)
 
Recent publications (selection): Svenska kyrkans kulturarv. En forskningsöversikt 2009-2014. co-authors Erika Persson and Ola Wetterberg, Göteborg, 2014, När Gud blir sambo med kulturen, co-author Henrik Lindblad Svenska Dagbladet 2014, Close, yet far away. On spatial integration and segregation in Swedish district courts, Gardens of Justice, Stockholm 2012, This is not a courthouse, in Legal stagings The vizualisation, medialization and ritualization of law in language, literature, media, art and architecture Museum Tusculanum Press, Copenhagen 2012.

Sessions in which Dr Eva Löfgren participates

Saturday June 4, 2016

11:00 AM
11:00 AM