Thinking and planning the future in heritage management – 11 & 12 June

Thinking and planning the future in heritage management

Registration: Please send an email to Nour A. Munawar.

Credits: 1 EC, for attending the the public lecture on (11 June) and the open day (12 June), and writing a critical report on the public lecture.

Participation fee: The attendance is free.

Location:Doelenzaal, University Library, University of Amsterdam. Singel 425, 1012 WP Amsterdam.

Language: English

This workshop is organized by ICOMOS University Forum in collaboration with ICOMOS International and ICOMOS Netherlands. Archon members are welcome to join the opening lecture of this event on June 11 (between 16:00 and 17:30) and on Wednesday 12 June (9:00 – 17:30).
The workshop aims at promoting to think and plan the future in heritage management. How do we perceive of the future? Which future do heritage professionals work for? What
heritage will be needed in the future (and how do we know)? How can we build capacity in future thinking among heritage professionals worldwide. The participants will include academics and heritage managers, both young and established, from many parts of the world.

Preliminary Program (TIMES MAY CHANGE!):
Tuesday, 11 June 2019: Doelenzaal.
16:00-16:10 Welcome by James Symonds, Professor of Historical Archaeology (North of the
Alps), University of Amsterdam (UvA)
16:10 Pre-Workshop Public Lecture “Heritage and the future – where are we heading?” Cornelius Holtorf, UNESCO Chair on Heritage Futures, Linnaeus University

Informal Pub evening in De Jaren Café (Nieuwe Doelenstraat 20, 1012 CP Amsterdam)

Wednesday, 12 June 2019:

Wednesday, 12 June: Doelenzaal
Presentation Day open for ICOMOS Netherlands, researchers at the University of Amsterdam
8.30-10: Welcome address M. Schelhaas, Secretary-General, Netherland’s Commission for UNESCO / Introduction to the Day / Short presentations ‘who is who’
10-12: ca 5 plenary presentations (15 min each) plus discussion
12-13: Mingle lunch sponsored by AHM
13-15: 5 plenary presentations (15 min each) plus discussion
Coffee break sponsored by AHM
16-17 Poster session

Keep an eye on the UvA website for more information.