For the past ten years the Cambridge Heritage Seminars have brought together researchers, policymakers and practitioners to explore the most pressing issues in heritage studies today. Seminars are hosted by the University of Cambridge Department of Archaeology's Heritage Research Group. This year's seminar is co-hosted by the Cultural Heritage and the Re-construction of Identity After Conflict (CRIC) project.
The 12th Cambridge Heritage Seminar seeks to bring together researchers and practitioners from a wide array of disciplines and communities of practice to explore what and how we choose to commemorate and the impact that this has on our own memories and identities, and thus on heritage.
Registration is now open - with a deadline for registration of 1 April 2011. Places are limited, so please register as soon as possible.
The program and abstracts are now available on our website: http://www.arch.cam.ac.uk/heritage-seminar/chs12/
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