Events

13
Dec
2019

The Concept(s) of Heritage The Thirteenth International Conference of Young Researchers in Heritage

How might public policies, in caring for witnesses of memory or collective experience, surpass the principle of exclusion? How can research contribute to the...
29
Nov
2019

Australian Migration History Network : Migration Histories Now

The AMHN workshop brings together emerging and established scholars in the field of migration history and cultural studies, as well as museum and heritage...
13
Nov
2019

Monumentalizing refugee heritage: Vietnamese boat people memorials

How does a refugee boat symbolize heritage? What heritage does a refugee boat symbolize? How is the symbolic image of a refugee boat used in heritage...
05
Nov
2019

Heritage Methods used in Designing Public Places

Heritage Studies have over the past twenty years developed into a meeting point for many disciplines with varied scopes. Thus, it is under the scrutiny of...
11
Sep
2019

Canadian Inuit Art: A Creative Miracle of the Twentieth Century

Prof Nelson Graburn, Department of Anthropology, University of California, Berkeley, USA The commercialization of Inuit art involved commoditization,...
28
Aug
2019

Oral History Collections and Museum Practice

Oral histories form a dynamic part of social history exhibitions in museums. They’ve been a key part of sharing authority and devolving the curatorial voice....
07
Aug
2019

Subversive Archaism: When Local Communities Exceed State Traditionalism – and Suffer the Consequences

Drawing on fieldwork in Thailand and Greece, and on comparative examples from other parts of the world, the speaker will address what happens when local...

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