March 2018. Collaborative research and Māori textiles: bringing knowledge back to source communities. Blog post by guest author Dr. Catherine Smith, invited by the Museum of Ethnography/National Museums of World Culture in Stockholm/Sweden.
September 2017. In this blog entry, Erna Lilje presents the cross-disciplinary approach of the project Pacific Presences. She describes how in this project ethnographic museums re-imagine what they do and for whom.(read more)
The following text is a written excerpt from Rajkamal Kahlon’s lecture, Staying with Trouble, From Ethnographic Museums to Terrorist Bodies, which she gave at the Kunsthistorisches Museum on February 11, 2016 in Vienna. The lecture was part of her SWICH residency in January and February 2016 at Weltmuseum Wien.(read more)
Blog post by Tina Palaić and Marko Frelih, PhD from Slovene Ethnographic museum about the missionary Ignacij Knoblehar.(read more)