The Folklife Archives with the Scania Music Collections

The Joint Faculties of Humanities and Theology | Lund University


Connected Homes

Smart technologies, AI and speedy internet connections. During the last years there has been a widespread promotion of various internet connected devices aimed for people’s homes. Devices and systems are supposed to afford comfort, convenience and entertainment. This questionnaire is part of an ethnological research project called ”Connected Homes and Distant Infrastructures”. Reply to our current directive


Reply to a directive.

The Folklife Archives was founded in 1913 and is a part of Lund University. The Archives has a close connection to education and research at the university.

Directives have been sent out on a regular basis since 1932. Replies to a directive are archived in a public archive used by public, students and researchers.

To reply to a directive is voluntary and your answer may be used in research context.

Personal data is treated with care so that they can not be linked to any individual. In the event that names and personal data appear, they are anonymized in any publications. Welcome to contact the archives if you have questions.

Data controller is Lund University. The data protection officer at Lund University can be reached at the following address; Paradisgatan 5 B, Lund, phone +46 46 222 09 85.