Ancient myths are found in abundance in Nobel Prize awarded literature. In this session, Sigrid Schottenius Cullhed will read, present and discuss extracts from some of these texts to inspire and develop interest in the encounter between ancient mythology and modern literature, especially in relation to the theme of rebirth, which is a foundational topic in old and new stories and religions - with Sigrid Schottenius Cullhed
Selma Lagerlöf received thousands of letters from the Swedish public. What do these until now forgotten letters tell us about dreams, life, reading, writing and the importance of a celebrity like Lagerlöf? What do they say about who we remember and why? - with Maria Karlsson
Welcome to discuss your own and others' questions and thoughts about climate and climate change - with Frida Bender
What trends can be detected for the Swedish publishing of Nobel Prize awarded literature? What role does the translator play, and how can one understand translations and the Nobel Prize in relation to a canon of world literature? Doctoral student Jana Rüegg discusses her research on the topic.
All new knowledge begins with an idea. In this workshop, we will develop questions and capture ideas that can be the starting point for a scientific study - with Mia Liinason
Lagerlöf researcher Anna Nordlund talks about the authorship based on the exhibition's letters and scripts and the Lagerlöf archive at the Royal Library.
Is it the doctor's job to prolong life and at what cost? Is eternal life a medical issue or a spiritual issue? Is eternal life just the indefinite extension, year after year, of our time on earth? Meet the doctors of the future in a reflection on eternal life in a medical perspective - with Ylva Söderfeldt and Luis de Miranda
An interactive conversation about how our diet affects our longevity, and our ability to influence it - with Ellen Bushell and Rikard Landberg