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ADRI researchers present on urban cultural heritage at the Centre for Ideas
15th January 2015, Centre for Ideas, Middlesex University, C219 (College Building, Executive Boardroom).

ADRI researchers present on urban cultural heritage at the Centre for Ideas

Prof. Graeme Evans and Dr. Neelam Raina have been invited to present as part of Middlesex University - Centre for Idea's Urban and Cultural Heritage Symposium. Dana Arnold, Professor of Architectural History and Theory and the Centre's director, will introduce the day.

 

Urban and Cultural Heritage Symposium

15th January 2015, C219 (College Building, Executive Boardroom) Middlesex University

Provisional programme of papers:

09:30 – 10:00am             Arrival and Coffee

10:00am                         Introduction: Prof Dana Arnold

10:10am                         Dr Anastasia Christou

Social and Cultural Geographies of Mobilities in the City: Reflecting on Gender, Identity and Belonging in Ethnographic Research

10:40am                         Dr Giuseppe Primiero

Cultural heritage assets preservation as a crucial element for construction of a European Identity through digital exploitation

11:10am                         Dr Johan Siebers

Future in the Past: Heritage Theory Revisited

11:40am                         Professor Graeme Evans

Venice Arsenale - Regeneration and Uses of the Past

12:10pm                         Susan Hensen

Street art and graffiti: Ephemeral urban heritage?

12:40pm                         Round-up  and general  discussion

13:00 - 13.30pm             Lunch

13:30pm                         Dr Neelam Raina 

Culture and Development: Relevance, value and notions of identity

14:00pm                         Dr Reza Gholami

Diasporic models of education and their impact on shifting notions of cultural heritage

14.30pm                         Dr Nick Dines

What might a ‘critical’ ethnography of cultural heritage in urban settings look like?

15:00 - 16.00pm            Group discussion, emerging themes and future plans