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  • New exhibition highlights our relationships with things

    [1 Feb 2019] Can our relation to things be considered romantic relationships? Which things do we cherish and what gets thrown away? An upcoming exhibition at the Museum of World Culture explores these questions, as part of the exhibition is based on the research project Re:heritage.

  • Exhibition: Moving Objects

    [29 Jan 2019] The exhibition Moving Objects: Stories of Displacement to be launched at the Octagon, UCL.

  • Research grant for investigation concerning unaccompanied refugee children's experiences about inclusion

    [14 Jan 2019] Research grant for investigation concerning unaccompanied refugee children's experiences about inclusion connected to CCHS cluster Heritage and Wellbeing.

  • Exhibition to visualise research results

    [18 Dec 2018] At the moment, there is an exhibition underway at the Humanities Library called "Frikultur! Utominstitutionella scenkonstgrupper intar Göteborg under 1960- och 70-talen" (Free culture! Extra-institutional performing arts groups take Gothenburg in the 1960s and 70s).

  • Making heritage available

    [14 Dec 2018] Together with Vitlycke Museum (Västarvet), CCHS/Heritage Academy have arranged a series of three workshops focusing on interpretation of the World Heritage site Tanum.

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CCHS scholars on Twitter

Heritage Futures
@Future_Heritage


AHRC Heritage Priority Area
@AHRCHeritage


Astrid von Rosen
@AstridvonRosen


Julianne Nyhan
@juliannenyhan

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