Doctoral studentKatla Kjartansdóttir is a PhD-student within the Department of ethnology/folklore and museum studies at the University of Iceland. Her research is on museums, mobility and contemporary cultural politics in Iceland. Her work includes: “Þjóðminjasöfn og mótun þjóðernismyndar” in Hrefna Róbertsdóttir and Páll Björnsson (2005), “Mótmælastrengur í þjóðarbrjóstinu in Sigurjón Baldur Hafsteinsson and Helga Lára Þorsteinsdóttir (2010), “Re-negotiating Identity within the National Museum of Iceland” in K. Goodnow and H. Akman (2008) and “Something in the Air: Performing the North within Norden” in P. Aronsson and L. Gradén (Ashgate, 2013).
Publications & Public presentations (Recordings)
Kjartansdóttir, K. & Schram, K. (2008). Re-Negotiating Identity in the National Museum of Iceland. In K. Goodnow & H. Akman (Eds.). Scandinavian Museums and Cultural
Kjartansdóttir, K. (2009). Remote, Rough and Romantic: Contemporary Images of Iceland in Visual, Oral and Textual Narrations. In S. Jakobsson (Ed.). Images of the North: