Past events

22
May
2019

Making Religious Heritage in China: Governance, Transformation, and Resistance

Making Religious Heritage in China: Governance, Transformation, and Resistance Abstract In the past decades around the world, cultural heritage and religion...
16
May
2019

Reviving South Africa: Building and Interpreting the Plio-Pleistocene Fossil Record by the 'Infernal Method'

For over 75 years, fossil discoveries and research in South Africa within the region locally known as the ‘Cradle of Humankind’ have shaped our understanding...
15
May
2019

Bourdieu’s illusio: When theory, philosophy and ethnography meet

About the Lecture In this paper I will explore Bourdieu’s concept of illusio and examine various moment where I found it helpful in thinking my ethnographic...
15
May
2019

Catherine Grant, ‘Intangible cultural heritage and music sustainability’

Partly in response to UNESCO’s pronouncements about the rapid and extensive loss of intangible cultural heritage, research into ‘music sustainability’ has...
06
May
2019

Joint 5 day workshop CNTA/YMAC, Perth

This event will be held in Perth. More details and a program outline will be released closer to the date of the event. Registration is now open. To register...
02
May
2019

The Hidden Dead: Osteoarchaeological Perspectives on Maya Mortuary Ritual in the Caves and Rockshelters of Central Belize

Osteoarchaeological investigations of mortuary deposits in caves and rockshelters in the river valleys of west-central Belize have yielded one of the larger...
01
May
2019

CFP: Museums and the Working Class

Adele Chynoweth, from the Centre for Heritage and Museum Studies, has been invited by Routledge to submit a proposal for an edited peer-reviewed collection...

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