More Research in the Open-air Museum

On Thursday, 6 September, 2018, the cooperation between the University of Salzburg and the Salzburg Open-Air Museum was stepped up. An important point of cooperation is the involvement of the public. Interested parties have the opportunity to participate in exciting projects and to present them together with the scientists. This cooperation should promote the exchange of ideas and research interests.

Bisher können bereits zwei laufende Forschungsprojekte genannt werden: Das FWF Citizen Science-Projekt „Salzburg zu Tisch“ beschäftigt sich mit historischen Rezepten. Hier sind die Zutaten und Mengenangaben kaum bekannt, auch die Art der Zubereitung lässt viel Spielraum im Gegensatz zu modernen Kochanleitungen. Dies ist die besondere Hausforderung dieses Projektes. Neben WissenschafterInnen der Universität Salzburg unterstützen auch LaienexpertInnen wie der Archäologe Andreas Klumpp und die zertifizierte Kräuterpädagogin Eunike Grahofer das Projekt. Im September 2018 wird in der „Bamer-Küche“ des Freilichtmuseums nach alten Rezepten gekocht.  

Ebenfalls sehr eng wird bereits mit dem IZMF - Interdisziplinären Zentrums für Mittelalter und Frühneuzeit, Herrn Dr. Thomas Kühtreiber, zusammengearbeitet. Die bauhistorische Analyse und Aufarbeitung eines über 500 Jahre alten Lungauer Kleinbauernhauses, der „Rainerkeusche“, ist hier zentrales Thema. Eine  gemeinsame Publikation wird am Donnerstag, den 27.9. um 18:30 Uhr im Salzburger Freilichtmuseum präsentiert.

Foto: v.l.n.r Dr. Thomas Kühtreiber, Marlene Ernst, MA, Karin Raab-Oertel, MA, Rektor Univ.Prof. Heinrich Schmidinger, Dir. Mag. Michael Weese, a.o. Univ.Prof. Dr. Dr. Gerhard Ammerer Fotonachweis: Christian Gruber

Kontakt und Info: Karin Raab-Oertel, Vizerektorat Forschung, Kontaktstelle Citizen Science Tel: 0662-8044-2340 mail: karin.raab@sbg.ac.at https://www.facebook.com/PLUS.citizenscience https://www.uni-salzburg.at/forschung/citizen_science

Karin Raab-Oertl, MA

Vizerektorat Forschung, Citizen Science

Tel: DW 2340

E-mail to Karin Raab-Oertl, MA

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