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  • sbudin@camden.rutgers.edu
    Forwarded from Aegeanet. Please pardon the cross-posting. -Stephanie Budin ... Date: Wed, 5 Aug 2009 10:06:09 -0400 From: Michael Sugerman
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      Forwarded from Aegeanet. Please pardon the cross-posting.
      -Stephanie Budin


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      Date: Wed, 5 Aug 2009 10:06:09 -0400
      From: Michael Sugerman <sugerman@...>
      Reply-To: sugerman@...
      Subject: A heritage workshop of interest to some


      CALL FOR PAPER AND POSTER ABSTRACTS
      for an International Workshop on

      Heritage in Conflict and Consensus:
      New Approaches to the Social, Political, and Religious Impact
      of Public Heritage in the 21st Century

      November 9-10, 2009
      UMass Amherst, MA

      Organized by:
      The UMass Amherst Center for Heritage and Society

      Co-sponsored by:
      The Institute for Advanced Theology, Bard College
      Cultural Heritage Center at Penn

      With the Support of:
      The Archaeological Institute of America,
      The Brothertown Indian Nation,
      ICOMOS International Committee on Interpretation and Presentation,
      The National Center for Preservation Technology and Training,
      and UNESCO Museum International

      The goals of this international workshop are to offer global
      perspectives on selected themes of Heritage in Conflict and to develop
      a long-term working group to formulate research and policy agendas for
      the future. Participants will include specialists in historic
      preservation, architecture, anthropology, archaeology, sociology,
      conflict resolution, public history, and heritage management as well
      as leaders and representatives of affected communities from Europe,
      the Americas, South Africa, and the Middle East.

      The workshop will include plenary presentations, roundtable
      discussions, case study presentations, and posters. Selected
      presentations and contributions to this event will be published in a
      special thematic issue of UNESCO Museum International.

      Major themes of heritage in conflict and consensus include: community
      heritage, religious heritage, diasporic heritage, and issues
      concerning human remains. (Click here for more info on these themes:
      http://www.umass.edu/chs/news/workshop.html#themes.)

      Abstracts for poster presentations and short case studies (15 minutes)
      on these themes will be accepted until September 1. They should be a
      maximum of 300 words, in English, and be submitted online.
      Notification of acceptance will be sent by October 1. Conference
      registration for presenters and attendees is now open! Early bird
      registration ends on September 1.

      Please visit the workshop's website for links to submit papers and
      register: http://www.umass.edu/chs/news/workshop.html.

      For questions or requests for additional information, please visit our
      website http://www.umass.edu/chs or contact Angela Labrador, Program
      Coordinator at alabra@....

      ----------------------------------------------------------
      Michael O. Sugerman, Assistant Professor
      Department of Anthropology
      University of Massachusetts
      Amherst MA 01003
      t: 413-545-2652
      f: 413-545-9494



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      CALL FOR PAPER AND POSTER ABSTRACTS
      for an International Workshop on

      Heritage in Conflict and Consensus:
      New Approaches to the Social, Political, and Religious Impact
      of Public Heritage in the 21st Century

      November 9-10, 2009
      UMass Amherst, MA

      Organized by:
      The UMass Amherst Center for Heritage and Society

      Co-sponsored by:
      The Institute for Advanced Theology, Bard College
      Cultural Heritage Center at Penn

      With the Support of:
      The Archaeological Institute of America,
      The Brothertown Indian Nation,
      ICOMOS International Committee on Interpretation and Presentation,
      The National Center for Preservation Technology and Training,
      and UNESCO Museum International

      The goals of this international workshop are to offer global
      perspectives on selected themes of Heritage in Conflict and to develop
      a long-term working group to formulate research and policy agendas for
      the future. Participants will include specialists in historic
      preservation, architecture, anthropology, archaeology, sociology,
      conflict resolution, public history, and heritage management as well
      as leaders and representatives of affected communities from Europe,
      the Americas, South Africa, and the Middle East.

      The workshop will include plenary presentations, roundtable
      discussions, case study presentations, and posters. Selected
      presentations and contributions to this event will be published in a
      special thematic issue of UNESCO Museum International.

      Major themes of heritage in conflict and consensus include: community
      heritage, religious heritage, diasporic heritage, and issues
      concerning human remains. (Click here for more info on these themes: http://www.umass.edu/chs/news/workshop.html#themes.)

      Abstracts for poster presentations and short case studies (15 minutes)
      on these themes will be accepted until September 1. They should be a
      maximum of 300 words, in English, and be submitted online.
      Notification of acceptance will be sent by October 1. Conference
      registration for presenters and attendees is now open! Early bird
      registration ends on September 1.

      Please visit the workshop's website for links to submit papers and
      register: http://www.umass.edu/chs/news/workshop.html.

      For questions or requests for additional information, please visit our
      website http://www.umass.edu/chs or contact Angela Labrador, Program
      Coordinator at alabra@....

      ----------------------------------------------------------
      Michael O. Sugerman, Assistant Professor
      Department of Anthropology
      University of Massachusetts
      Amherst MA 01003
      t: 413-545-2652
      f: 413-545-9494



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