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Reflections from CHS Seminar Curating Overflow

News: Oct 26, 2015

Day two during the seminar Curating Overflow continued issues that concern human memory. Furthermore it raised critical issues concerning the ways in which historical symbols and objects and personalities are valued and passed on for generations. The lectures contributed to highlighting many important perspectives on history production and will certainly contribute to further cooperation, nationally and internationally.


The lectures were followed by a panel discussion and a release of the publication Heritage as Common(s) - Common(s) as Heritage. The book highlights reflections on the concept of the commons and makes an important contribution in several discourses, those related to history as well as design and architecture.

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