Cultural Heritage

Cultural Heritage Studies is concerned with the critical investigation of both intellectual and practical approaches to key issues in the field. The contested nature of cultural heritage theory and the examination of the application of different theoretical perspectives from which cultural heritage can be viewed constitute the critical bedrock of research. Real life, real time examples of tangible and intangible heritage – including sites and structures, movable cultural property, song, dance and diverse cultural performances and practices - that have acquired cultural heritage value in the global context, are used as the research foci for debates on key theoretical and practical issues. Institute staff have established the Conversations on conservation of cultural heritage blog to share and discuss news, projects, approaches and philosophies relating to the conservation of cultural heritage.

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