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  • The British Museum distorts history and denies its racist past

    [14 Sep 2016] The British Museum in London is rewriting history to appear in a better light and defend itself against demands to return objects to their countries of origin. This is the conclusion of a new PhD thesis in archaeology from the University of Gothenburg.

  • Art can change our understanding of time

    [8 Sep 2016] Visual art can give people a new understanding of time and in so doing contribute to the creation of a sustainable society. This is one of the conclusions drawn in a new doctoral thesis in Art History and Visual Studies from the University of Gothenburg.

  • Freedom of speech opens the library's fall programme

    [26 Aug 2016] This year the Principle of Public Access to Official Records and the first Freedom of the Press Act celebrate their 250th anniversary. This is celebrated during a whole week at the University Library and opens the fall programme of open lectures.

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