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CCHS Newsletter #4, 2019

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Summary of newsletter below:

CCHS News


• Sven Lindqvist (1932-2019) has left us: Dig Where You Stand continues
• Exhibition on tour
• UCL Centre for Critical Heritage Studies Small Grants Scheme
• Exhibition result of CCHS Hidden Sites residency in the House Mill
• Cultural heritage focal point of new collaboration
• New perspectives on Sami history and cultural heritage
• Public excavation revealed old foundation wall

CCHS Lectures, Seminars, Symposiums, Conferences: University of Gothenburg


• Conference: The Material and Immaterial Heritage of Psychiatry
• Higher seminar: Dr Catherine Phillips
• Seminar: Thomas Laurien
• Heritage Fair 2019
• Critical Heritage Studies: Current Discourses and Global Challenges
• Digital History - a Field, a Method or just a Phase?

CCHS Lectures, Seminars, Symposiums, Conferences: University College London


• Building access: mass digitisation and the politics of infrastructure

External News and Events

The below is a selection from CCHS Facebook page. Do you have suggestions on things to include? Email CCHS


• CFP: The Fifth Biennial Conference of the Association of Critical Heritage Studies (ACHS)
• Postdoctoral researcher, “digital heritage”

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