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Over the years, she has promoted the caring dialogue and given a voice to those with mental illness. Now, she's shining light on children who are mistreated. Annelie Sundler is a new professor of Caring Science at the University of Borås.
She had never thought she would go into research. But one evening at her supervisor's home when they discussed her Master's thesis, it came up.
“She sowed a seed. I've always been a curious and driven person. And a few years later, I became a doctoral student, at what was then called Växjö University (Editor’s note: now Linnaeus University),“ she says.
The Swedish School of Textiles is taking the lead in introducing a new level of creativity in the field of textile engineering.
Her artistic research wants to inspire us to find more sustainable ways to design – and live.
Do boys read less than girls? When do people read? These are issues that are illuminated in a recent research article on the reading of audiobooks.
What if the museum shop becomes more important than the exhibition? A new book discusses the marketisation taking place within cultural institutions....