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Call for sessions: Association of Critical Heritage Studies Second biannual Conference, Canberra, 2-4th December 2014

News: May 29, 2013

First announcement: Call for sessions.

FULL CALL HERE

Suggested over-arching themes are as follows (but feel free to submit proposals that are outside these):
• Exploring the critical in critical heritage studies.
• CHS and emerging and received Asian heritage sensibilities.
• CHS and working class and industrial heritage.
• CHS, emotion and affect.
• CHS and memory studies.
• What can CHS offer to the study of intangible heritage.
• Critical approaches to the heritage of diaspora, migration and ethnicity.
• CHS, aesthetics, poetics of place/conservation as creative practice.
• New media and computer mediated heritage.

Sessions may include paper presentations (of 4, 8 or 12 papers), roundtables, workshops, exhibitions, performances, audio visual presentations, amongst others.

The deadline for the call for sessions is: 1st November 2013.

Online submission of session proposals

Confirmed Keynote speakers include:
Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett – New York University, USA Michael Herzfeld – Harvard University, USA
Zongjie Wu - Zhejiang University, China
Denis Byrne – NSW Environment and Heritage, Australia

Organising committee:
Laurajane Smith (Laurajane.smith@anu.edu.au); Gary Campbell; Kylie Message; Tracy Ireland; Yujie Zhu; Kynan Gentry; John Giblin; Amy Clark (Australian Chapter); Michelle Stefano (US Chapter); Navin Piplani (India Chapter)

Scientific committee:
Dr Alexandra Denes (Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Anthropology Centre, Thailand); Professor Elisa Giaccardi (Delft University of Technology, Netherlands); Dr Rodney Harrison (UCL, UK); Professor Marc Jacobs (Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium); Dr Christina Kreps (University of Denver, USA); Professor Kristin Kuutma (University of Tartu, Estonia); Dr Bosse Lagerqvist (University of Gothenburg, Sweden); Dr Conal McCarthy (Victoria University, New Zealand); Professor Sharon Macdonald (University of York, UK); Professor Lyn Meskell (Stanford, USA); Professor Lucie K. Morisset (Université de Québec, Canada); Professor Michel Rautenberg (Université de Lyon, France); Professor Noel Salazar (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium); Professor Laurier Turgeon (Université Laval, Canada); Dr Tim Winter (Univeristy of Western Sydney, Australia); Professor Lesley Witz (University of the Western Cape, South Africa).

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