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Seminar with Hanna Åberg & Walkshops with Simon Poole at the Jonsered Manor

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Seminar with Hanna Åberg & Walkshops with Simon Poole at the Jonsered Manor
Seminar with Hanna Åberg & Walkshops with Simon Poole at the Jonsered Manor

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26 apr. 2024 10:00 – 11:00 CEST

Jonsered, Jonsered, Sweden

About the event

Hanna Åberg will talk about

Walks through the paradoxes of nostalgia and rural gentrification

Rural discourse is increasingly concerned with rural gentrification, amenity-driven migration and displacement to more attractive parts of the countryside. With this comes a recognition of the centrality of landscape, both as a driver of gentrification and as something affected by it. In this talk I'll be exploring the paradox of how people move to a particular area because they are attracted to that very landscape, while at the same time reshaping it by moving there. I'm going to use the example of the island of Gotland in Sweden, and in particular three remote areas that the local municipality has identified as being at risk of gentrification. Through three walking workshops, I seek to better understand how the landscape has been shaped by gentrification from the perspective of both long-term and part-time residents.

Hanna Elisabet Åberg, Researcher at Lund University, Sweden

​With a background in landscape architecture and heritage studies, Hanna is interested in landscape values, perception and how we further conserve our surroundings through policy and legislations. She is a part of a research group in the Department of Architecture in Bologna working with tourism, cultural landscapes and heritage conservation in rural areas across Europe.

Simon Pool will introduce the walkshops that are going to take place around the Manor. More information on this full day will be announce soon.

Simon. Poole, Associate Professor of Cultural Education at the University of Chester, England and  Guest professor at The University of Gothengurg 2024.

Si  work currently focuses on cultural education; creative pedagogy; walking methodologies; horticulture and wellbeing; intercultural use of music; informal songwriting; and arts, and crafts, based initiatives. He is the Managing Director of Soil Records; Singer and songwriter with 'The loose kites' and is a published poet.

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