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CHEurope - PhD training program

The “CHEurope” project is a PhD training program supported by the EU under the Marie Sklodowska-Curie actions (MSCA) - Innovative Training Networks (ITN). CHEurope is the result of a collaboration between universities and heritage institutions in Sweden, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Belgium and Italy.

CHEurope focuses on developing a new integrated theoretical and methodological framework to enhance the academic and professional training and open future job opportunities in cultural heritage preservation, management and promotion. Bringing together a network of key European academic and non-academic organisations, the project will explore the processes by which heritage is ‘assembled’ through practice-based research in partner institutions that connect students to their future job markets and publics.

The aim is to inform more conventional aspects of cultural heritage designation, care and management with a strong focus on present and future consumers. The program is based on themes where cultural heritage is undergoing profound change, such as Heritage Futures, Curating the City, Digital Heritage, Heritage and Wellbeing and Management and Citizen Participation

The program started in April 2017. It includes 15 PhD positions in various fields of cultural heritage for a duration of 36 months.


The CHEurope website http://cheurope-project.eu/

CHEurope facebook page https://www.facebook.com/cheuropeproject/

For information regarding the CHEurope program please contact cheurope@history.gu.se

News from CHEurope

New publication Edited by Łukasz Bugalski, Maria Pia Guermandi: DOSSIER IBC VOLUME XXVII, NUMBER 4, OCTOBER -DECEMBER 2019
Heritage explorations across Europe

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