All tagged "Vasamuseet"

  • Vasa’s Women – always present, rarely seen

    Today, tuesday 23 may, opens a new exhibition at the Vasamuseet: Vasa’s Women – always present, rarely seen. Through four women around the Vasa ship, the exhibition shows that women in the 16th century had more power...

    • Posted May 23, 2017
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  • Afternoon Tea: Among Finn bastards and Moomins

    Join us on a language trip from Värmland’s Forest Finns, through war secret cooperation between Finland and Sweden, and on through the 1960s headlines about Finn bastards to today’s #vågafinska-campaign in social media. Finnish belongs to the...

    • Posted February 17, 2017
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  • Soup Lecture: When the Swedes would christianize Sami

    Jojk promised! During the 1600s considered the yoiking as “hell expression” of Swedish priests. Krister Stoor, file. dr. in Sami Culture, builds on Schefferus study Lapponia from 1673 to depict the relationship between the Swedish Church and...

    • Posted December 29, 2016
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