Research and Knowledge Building
Here are some examples of research and knowledge building projects with connections to Skokloster Castle and its collections.
From bookcase to screen – Digitalisation of funeral sermons in Skokloster Castle library
Printed funeral sermons in Skokloster Castle library provide important information about life in Europe in the 17th and 18th centuries. National Historical Museums is therefore participating in a project that Stockholm University leads to digitalise the approximately one thousand funeral sermons in the castle’s book collection and make them available for research. The project is funded by Riksbankens Jubileumsfond and runs from 2023 to 2026.
- Conserving canvas
- Skokloster as a laboratory
- Understanding the Conditions Facing Heritage in the Hybrid Market
Would you like to collaborate with us?
Skokloster Castle is part of the government agency Statens historiska museer (National Historical Museums). Want to find out more about our research activities or would you like to collaborate with us as a researcher? Find out more and contact us on the agency’s website.