There has been very few updates to this page lately. In fact there has been none… But now things are going to change!
Here’s a couple of pictures from last term when MACA Lund and MACA Copehagen visited an architects’ studio in Copenhagen. Among the staff is a former MACA student. Cultural analytical skills and perspectives can be applied in many areas.
Waiting at the corner. A sunny day in Copenhagen
How many cultural analysts can you squeeze in to an office? A lot!
Today is the first day of the autumn semester 2015 which means a brand new group of MACA students. Welcome MACA15! And welcome back MACA14! Hope to see you for a fika on Thursday.
Following previous successful projects carried by MACA students for the Healthy Marketing Team (HMT), an international consultancy, this year a team of five MACA14 students made a study of how to match the Swedish ice cream brand with its target market. After four months of hard work the students gave a presentation about the results in Ideon Science Park to the representatives of the project stakeholders (the HMT, BoFood and IKEA GreenTech) and introduced their vision of the brand including a prototype for a new ice cream package.
Summer is soon here but there’s still a few weeks to go with intense work for both MACA13 and MACA14.
Nhung, Laura and Mihaela working on their presentation
Theses to be discussed at the final seminar
Master theses seminars: three intense days of really good discussions! Rodica, Zack, Gabriel, Nora, Manuel, Robin and Ida
Open lecture by Professor John Bowen, University of York, who is one of the worlds most renowned experts on Charles Dickens. Wednesday 22 April at 16.15 in SOL:A129: “Dickens’s Magic”.
Robin Öberg, MACA13, is interviewed in Lundagård magazine about bike helmets and a project on this which he has been working on for his internship. Read the interview here (in Swedish).
Renowned Zygmunt Bauman, Professor Emeritus of Sociology at the University of Leeds, gives an open lecture on Crisis and dilemmas of democracy: between neo-populism and neo-liberalism.
Date: 30 March 2015
Contact Niklas Bernsand for more information
Interested in pursuing a Ph D in ethnology at Lund University. Apply now! Read more here about the current position and how to apply and here for entry requirements. Last day of applying is 2015-03-02.
Open seminar Wednesday 13 February: “Hybridity as the new normal? Some reflections on the trading zone of digital history” by Andreas Ficker, professor of contemporary and digital history. Place: SOL Main lecture hall. Time: 16.15