Cultural Heritage: On Sharing, Caring, and Accessing
Whereas the importance of cultural heritage in the history of humanity is unquestioned, the idea of what exactly constitutes 'cultural heritage' as well as notions of ownership, restitution and conservation are more complex: The (colonial) entanglements of material culture, the circulation of cultural goods, object trajectories and their concomitant categorizations and attributions of meaning and values have to be addressed. Thus, the understanding of cultural heritage is becoming increasingly broad and includes material and immaterial aspects and sometimes is bound to migration flows as well.
Teilnehmer sind u.a.: Thomas Laely (Ethnography Museum, University of Zurich), Andres Lepik (TUM and Museum of Architecture), Malick Ndiaye (Musée Théodore Monod/ Université Cheickh Anta Diop, Dakar), Vincent Negri (ENS Cachan), Mathilde Pavis (Exeter), Amie Siegel (London), Ronny Vollandt (LMU), Andrea Wallace (Exeter).
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