A mix of committed individuals from different countries, with different specialisms and at different stages in their careers. From the left Helena Rydén, Claudio Pescatore, Sarah May, Cornelius Holtorf Chairholder, Anders Högberg, Annalisa Bolin and Ulrika Söderström.
All seven members of the UNESCO Chair on Heritage Futures met on 21-22 January 2020 at Linnaeus University in Kalmar to exchange views and experiences on relevant issues and to launch the second phase of their work for which they will intensify joint discussions.
Some interesting seminars by the team members took place as well.
Annalisa Bolin, Higher Seminarium on “The Heritage Politics of Post-Genocide Rwanda”, Dept of Cultural Sciences (with link to Växjö), involving even GRASCA students, other PhD students, other researchers in the Dept
Claudio Pescatore, Lecture on “At the confluence of archaeology, history and sustainable development: millennial time capsules” with discussion, involving even GRASCA students and researchers in archaeology
Sarah May, Lecture on “Toxic Heritage and Community Futures: Contamination and regeneration in South Wales” with discussion, involving even GRASCA students and researchers in archaeology