Worlds of Cultural Heritage(s) aims to contribute to the ongoing international debates about the history and politics of cultural heritage.
Addressing the most vital conceptual and methodological critical assessments of the ways in which Cultural Heritage Studies can evolve as a discipline and dialogue with others, the conference aspires to provide a global empirical engagement with the history of its languages and programs, but also with its place in international agendas. Topics include the history of heritage politics and policies; pre-colonial/colonial/post-colonial heritage; the globalisation of heritage; critical heritage studies and heritage cultures; heritage, sustainability and development; heritage and tourism; and the language of heritage.
Call for papers: Passed
Price: 60 EUR (Early Bird registration)