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The Movement - Comments on the booklet How to organize a historical event involving reenactment groups

Ingrid Galadriel Aune Nilsen (NO)
I have happily noticed that there is a movement within the re-enactment scene - a move towards discussing re-enactment and living history on a meta-level. In 2014 I published my festival guide How to organize a historical event involving reenactment groups (Aune Nilsen 2014). As a part of an EEA-grants project, we were asked to organize a re-enactment event in Transylvania...

Lands Museum (NO)

In the open air area we have over 35 historic buildings that reflect the region's architectural style from the

Midgard Historisk Senter (NO)

Midgard Historical Centre is tasked with creating and disseminating knowledge about Vestfold Viking.

5th meeting of the Norwegian Forum on experimental archaeology

Event date: 
Saturday, 15 October, 2016 to Sunday, 16 October, 2016
Kind of Event: 
for Professionals

Stiklestad Nasjonale Kultursenter AS (NO)

The Stiklestad National Culture Centre has since 1996 been responsible for disseminating knowledge about St Ola

Access to Cultural Heritage Sites for All

Linda Nilsen Ask (NO)
The purpose of Universal Design is to increase people’s opportunities to participate in society through the design of products, services, methods of communication, buildings and built-up spaces that are accessible to as many as possible. Many will suffer from some form of disability at some time in life, either temporarily or long-term...

Naeröy Kulturhistoriske Anlegg AS (NO)

You hear and forget – you see and remember – by taking part you will understand. Chinese proverb

Lofotr Vikingfestival

Event date: 
Wednesday, 5 August, 2015 to Sunday, 9 August, 2015
Kind of Event: 
for Public

Book Review: An Early Meal - a Viking Age Cookbook & Culinary Odyssey by Daniel Serra and Hanna Tunberg

Laura Kelley (US)
The Vikings recorded many things, from The Sagas to business transactions and personal letters. But beyond a brief and occasional mention, two of the many things they didn’t write about were what they ate and how they prepared their meals. The Vikings left no recipes...

Book Review: Glossary of Prehistoric and Historic Timber Buildings by Lutz Volmer and W. Haio Zimmermann (ed.)

Roeland Paardekooper (NL)
The 1987 conference in Århus, Denmark on ESF Workshop on the reconstruction of wooden buildings from the prehistoric and early historic period has been important to EXARC as we have acquired, and are gradually publishing, the manuscripts of the unpublished proceedings....


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