PhD @ Malmö universitet
Carolina Jonsson Malm holds a PhD in History (2011) and is a researcher in cultural heritage studies. She currently works at Malmö University with research coordination and administration. She has coordinated and participated in several national and international projects related to cultural policies, heritage learning, archeology and applied heritage. Between 2013 and 2017 she was the coordinator of “Applied heritage”, a research and development program co-hosted by Linnaeus University and Kalmar County Museum. The aim of the program was to promote the development and practical use of cultural heritage and expertise in regional and social development. Theoretically, her research draws on critical perspectives on uses of history and cultural heritage and centers around issues of diversity, inclusion and social justice.