Issue number 2 (2020) of the peer-reviewed scholarly journal Santander Art and Culture Law Review (SAACLR) focuses on the current challenges faced by cultural heritage law and policy in view of the changes brought about by the emerging prominence of digital technologies. As explained by the special issue’s co-editors, Ewa Manikowska, Gil Pasternak and MalinContinue reading “The DigiCONFLICT Consortium Publishes a Special Issue of Santander Art and Culture Law Review dedicated to Technology and Cultural Heritage”
On 6 June 2019 Ewa Manikowska published an overview of the current crisis in Polish multimedia museums on the blog of Estonian Museums and the article was also published in the Estonian cultural weekly ‘Sirp’.
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”
On 5 March 2019 Ewa Manikowska presented a paper entitled “Between Universalism and Tribalism. National Museums in Abeyance” at the conference Parmi les Hommes, les Objets et les Signes. Hommage à Krzysztof Pomian organized by the Institut National d’Historie de l’Art, the Sorbonne, and the Polish Academy of Sciences in Paris (4-6 March 2019). ConferenceContinue reading “Ewa Manikowska delivers a presentation at the conference Parmi les Hommes, les Objets et les Signes. Hommage à Krzysztof Pomian (Among Humans, Objects and Signs), Paris”
At the international conference Museums in Times of Political Change: Looking at Eastern Europe, organized by the Bundesinstitut für Kultur und Geschichte der Deutschen im östlischen Europa in Oldenburg on 7-9 November 2018, Ewa Manikowska delivered the presentation “Museums in the time of populism: Poland’s crisis of democracy as a threat to cultural heritage”, whichContinue reading “Ewa Manikowska gives a talk at the Bundesinstitut für Kultur und Geschichte der Deutschen im östlischen Europa, Oldenburg”
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”
On 4 September 2018 Ewa Manikowska delivered a presentation entitled “A European Museum: A challenge to the idea of a European cultural heritage” in the framework of the 47th Session “A European Heritage in the Making: External Borders and Internal Boundaries on the Move” of the 4th ACHS Conference organized by the Zhejiang University ofContinue reading “Ewa Manikowska speaks at Heritage Across Borders, the Association of Critical Heritage Studies Conference in Hangzhou”