On 27-29 September 2019 Andrzej Jakubowski and Alicja Jagielska-Burduk participated in the annual event Professor Jan Pruszyński National Seminar for the Protection of Monuments in Lubostroń (Poland). During this meeting they took part in a discussion on new forms of cultural heritage management.
On 11-14 September 2019 Andrzej Jakubowski participated in the annual conference of the European Society of International Law (ESIL) in Athens, Greece. As one of the conveners of the ESIL Interest Group on International Law of Culture, Jakubowski co-organized one of the sessions on the 14th of September, Agora XI: Culture As or Against Sovereignty,Continue reading “Andrzej Jakubowski in the annual conference of the European Society of International Law (ESIL), Athens, Greece”
On 22 May 2019 Alicja Jagielska-Burduk contributed to the Seventh Session of the Subsidiary Committee of the Meeting of States Parties to the 1970 Convention. Additional information available in the PDF which you can download here as well as in another PDF, available for download here
On 16 May 2019 Ewa Manikowska gave the lecture “Das ‘tribal’ Museum. Zeitgenössische Ansätze zur institutionellen Vergangenheit in Polen” at the Zentrum für Historische Forschungen of the Polish Academy of Sciences in Berlin, in the framework of the Klaus Zernack Colloquium 2019 series (Identitätsfabriken? Museen und historische Bildung in Polen). You may view the 2019Continue reading “Ewa Manikowska speaks at at the Zentrum für Historische Forschungen of the Polish Academy of Sciences in Berlin”
Organized by the Swedish National Heritage Board in collaboration with the Joint Programming Initiative on Cultural Heritage and Global Change on 15-16 May 2019, the conference intended to elucidate and complicate the relationships between cultural heritage and migration, with specific consideration of innovative methods within local integration practices, and historical and global contexts. Key questionsContinue reading “Malin Thor Tureby contributes to the international conference Heritage and Migration: New Methods and Historical Contexts, at Stockholm City Museum”
On 18 February 2019, Gil Pasternak contributed to the AA School’s public event “Slow Seeing: The Analog in Photography”, which was organised as part of the AA Collections Talks series. Gil delivered the presentation “Film Photography in a Digital World”, in which he explored some political factors that have affected the growing interest in filmContinue reading “Gil Pasternak delivers a talk and participates in a panel discussion at the AA School, London”
On 10 December 2018, Malin Thor Tureby participated in the workshop “Research-Driven Digitization – Data-Driven Research: Opportunities and Consequences”, which was organized at the Nordic Museum in Stockholm by the National Heritage Board and the Nordic Museum. The workshop encouraged interaction and cooperation between universities and memory institutions with a view to exploring digitization andContinue reading “Malin Thor Tureby participates in a workshop on research-driven digitization and data-driven research at the Nordic Museum in Stockholm, Sweden”
Ewa Manikowska took part in the 5th International Conference of the International Association of Photography and Theory, which was entitled “Photographs and Conflict: Archiving and Consuming Images of Strife.” Manikowska chaired a roundtable discussion, where, together with Pam Meecham (UCL Institute of Education) and Sarah Tuck (Valand Academy – University of Gothenburg & Hasselbald Foundation),Continue reading “Ewa Manikowska participates in a panel discussion at the 5th International Conference on Photography and Theory in Nicosia, Cyprus”