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THE BRIDGE BUILDER EXPEDITIONS

- North America | Russia & Kazakhstan | Spitsbergen

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The Bridge Builder Expeditions is the overarching definition for a series of contemporary and scientifically sustainable projects established by The IK Foundation, an undertaking which aims to inspire and to contribute to our understanding of our shared planet!



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TEXTILIA LINNAEANA
- Upcoming New Book in the Mundus Linnaei series
Textilia Linnaeana

Textilia Linnaeana is an expedition in time and space. It is also a work of considerable interdisciplinary breadth. There is every reason to join the long textile journey...

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LATEST iPROJECT UPDATE

THE LINNAEUS APOSTLES - Now in 90 Languages

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This new translation option is particularly useful when linked to the 18th-century journals of the Linnaeus Apostles, who travelled in more than 50 countries whilst fulfilling their scientific work and simultaneously describing cultures, languages and daily life.  We use Google translate, making it possible in an easy way to read the 18th-century jou...




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THE LINNAEUS APOSTLES

Now in 90 Languages

TEXTILE OBSERVATIONS

Where Pehr Kalm Travelled

J P FALCK'S PICTURE

Does anybody know more?

KALM AND THE HUDSON RIVER

New York Now and Then

KALM ON WINE MAKING

A North American continuing tradition

A RARE FRENCH EDITION

Voyage de Pehr Kalm au Canada en 1749


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In The IK Foundation there are continually ongoing comprehensive projects, each having different character and format. In iPROJECTS the current works and ideas are presented - from fieldwork, research and presentation. For regular updates, and to make full use of iLINNAEUS' possibilities, we recommend fellowship through iFELLOW as well as following us on Twitter - Welcome!


ACTUAL ONGOING PROJECTS

  • The Linnaeus Apostles
    BRIDGE BUILDER EXPEDITIONS
    To Understand Planet Earth
  • TEXTILIA LINNAEANA -
    Global 18th-century
    Textile Traditions & Trade


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