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DänemarkDirektör
Women´s Museum Denmark
Aarhus, Danimarka
kvindemuseet.dk

Women´s Museum Denmark’ın kurucuları arasındadır ve 1984’ten itibaren de gelişmesini sürdüren bu müzede kadrolu olarak çalışmaktadır. Bu görevinden önce psikoloji eğitimi almış ve Aarhus Üniversitesi’nde araştırmacı olarak çalışmıştır.

Yıllar içinde bir çok vakıf bünyesinde görevler üstlenmiştir. Bu görevlerden, 1998 ve 2002 yılları arasında Danish Council of Musuem’da Genel Başkanlık ve 2003 ve 2009 yılları arasında International Council of Museums ( ICOM)  Danimarka Ulusal Komitesi  Genel Başkanlığı en önemlilerindendir.  2010’dan itibaren,  ICOM kuruluşunun Yürütme Kurulu’nun  ve  2011’den itibaren de gene aynı kuruluşun Etik Komisyonu’nun  üyedir. 2010’da UNESCO Danimarka Ulusal Komisyonu üyesi olmuştur.

Kadın tarihi, toplumsal cinsiyet, annelik, kültürlerarası ilişkiler gibi konularda,  Avrupa çapında yürütülmüş veya uluslararası ölçekteki projelere katılmıştır.

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DänemarkDirector
Women´s Museum Denmark
Aarhus, Denmark

Co-founder of the Women’s Museum in Denmark and since 1984 full-time employed at the growing museum. Before that educated as psychologist and employed as a scientist at the University in Aarhus.

Over the years held a number of positions of trust of which the most important are chairman of the Danish Council of Museums in the years 1998-2002, chairman of the Danish national committee of ICOM 2003-2009. Member of ICOM’s Executive Council since 2010 and of ICOMs Ethical Committee since 2011. Member of the Danish national UNESCO commission since 2010.

Involved in several European and International projects on women’s history, gender, motherhood, cross-cultural relations etc.

Author to a number of articles and books in Danish.

Women’s Museum in Denmark
kvindemuseet.dk

This museum was founded as a grassroots movement in 1982. The absence of documentation of women’s daily life and participation in the development of the civilization called for a new museum. The Women’s museum collected hidden and untold stories and objects from women’s lives and established a professional museum with strong relations to the society around. Over the years the museum has done research, build up a broad collection and shown several cultural historical and art exhibitions. In 1991 the museum received status as a legislated national museum. In 2016 the museum changed focus from Women’s History to Gender Culture. Why? The role of men has changed almost a much as the role of women in our part of the world and the number of cross-gender persons grows.

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