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Report from the "Heritage Academy day" 2016

News: Jan 17, 2017

In October 2016 the first so called Heritage Academy day took place. The dynamics of heritage, participation, "heritage communities", Faro Convention and much more were intensively discussed by researchers and representatives from museums, archives and the Region Västra Götaland. Now a documentation of the day has been published (in Swedish), attached here. Please enjoy!

For further information contact Anita Synnestvedt, anita.synnestvedt@archaeology.gu.se
or Monica Gustafsson, monica.i.gustafsson@vgregion.se
Or visit Heritage Academy’s website

Facts: The Heritage Academy aims to be a bridge between the academic world and the surrounding society, in line with the University’s Third Mission. It is a formalization of the objective to strengthen the dialogue between research and practice - a central intersection in the work of cultural heritage. Heritage Academy Day 2016 was the first in the line of annual major events where academia and practice come together for joint work with the cultural heritage in focus.


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