There have been very few updates for this page lately, due to various reasons. We have therefor decided to stop posting here and instead use our Facebook page. You find us at “Master’s Programme in Applied Cultural Analysis, Lund University”. Many of the MACA classes during the years since we started the programme in 2008 have or have had their own groups, which are sometimes closed. But this is the official page and it is open for all: previous, current and future MACA-students, as well as other curious and interested people. Welcome!
Yesterday we met with 24 new students from all over the world. Welcome MACA16!
Last week we had pre-press seminars with MACA14, our soon-to-be-masters. There were three days of intense discussions with students, supervisors and senior readers. Soon it’s time for graduation!
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!
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).
Here’s a clip of Amy Clotworthy, former MACA-student and now Ph D-student at University of Copenhagen, being interviewed about her experience of the programme and the use of applied cultural analysis.
Congratulations Hsiang, María, Marsanna, Joakim, Nihal, Anna, Dovilė, Martin, Cezara, Julia, William, Jördis, Miriam and Emma = MACA12!
Right now there are several positions for doctoral students that would be of interest for those of you who have graduated from MACA: