Bridging Ages conference 12-13 september 2023, from Yukon – A international conference online


Bridging Ages North America in coordination with Friends of the Klondike Corridor and Living Interpretation for Tomorrow would like to invite you to the 2023 Bridging Ages International conference. This years conference will be hosted from Yukon but you can participate anywhere!

It has been decided that this years conference will be in a digital format.

We encurage you to create local “conference hubs” in your part of the world. By joining together in your organisation, region, or county simultaneously in September this year we create “conference hubs”, with the team in Yukon leading the digital Conference. This way local guests, connected to Time Travel, could gather locally, and take part in the Conference. Those who are not able to join physically at one of the local conference hubs, can join digitally in front of their own computers. We hope that this will be an inclusive and democratic way to give many of you the possibility to participate in the international conference.

In this conference we will explore:

Cross-Cultural Relationships throughout History in different times and places in the world. For example: Indigenous knowledge systems or cross-cultural communication, cross-cultural conflicts, or cooperation.

Date and time: 12-13 September 13:00 to 15:00 GMT

Register with name, country and e-mail to: 

Welcome to join us in September!


Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 829 5478 9202
Passcode: 938856

For full Conference program – follow link or see PDF-file below.


TRAVEL IN TIME THROUGH A POEM: A Time Travel Project to create reflections on the pandemic. Anna Achiola, Greece

Co-creative Time Travels on a cross-cultural theme – the evacuation of Karelians in Finland 1944
Annina Ylikoski, Finland

Daniel Ssettaba, Uganda

The Impact of South Africa’s Truth and reconciliation commission on Inter-ethnic Relations: a case of Inter-ethnic Conflict in Katlehong
Thabiso Maake, South Africa

“Neutrality”? Reflections from a Time travel to second world war in Sweden
Adam Norman and Linda Liljeberg, Sweden