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UCL ISH Guest Lecture Programme 2019/2020

6 October 2019

The Institute is pleased to announce the programme for the upcoming 2019/2020 UCL Institute for Sustainable Heritage Guest Lectures.

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About the ISH Guest Lecture Series

Every year, we invite speakers from across the heritage sector to speak on a range of topics covering all aspects of heritage science, cultural heritage policy and practice. The lectures are free and open to everyone; we particularly encourage our external partners, friends, alumni, Master’s and doctoral students and staff to attend, as well as colleagues from across The Bartlett Faculty and UCL. Every perspective and unique insight on the challenges facing heritage and heritage policy are hugely valuable to our audience.

This year the Institute will host talks on imaging, Stonehenge, poetry, data, risk, policy, and the natural world. Full details of speakers and topics will be released throughout the year – keep an eye on the Institute's website and Twitter for further information. Issues that have been covered in the past include heritage leadership, governance and policy, as well as conservation practice within the context of sustainable development.

Wednesday 30 October 2019

Using medical imaging to study artworks, books and manuscripts

Prof. Adam Gibson, Professor of Heritage Science and Deputy Director at University College London, Institute for Sustainable Heritage

Wednesday 29 January 2020

Creativity, Inspiration, Multiculturalism and Environmental Participation in the 21st Century

Judy Ling Wong CBE, painter, poet and Honorary President of Black Environment Network (BEN)

Wednesday 25 March 2020

Art and environment - from curating to campaigning

Veronica Sekules, Director at GroundWork Gallery

Wednesday 13 May 2020

Stonehenge & Avebury WHS: Sustaining outstanding universal value in an evolving landscape

Sarah Simmonds, Site Partnership Manager at Stonehenge and Avebury World Heritage Site Coordination Unit

Wednesday 27 May 2020

Sustainable digital heritage - what is it and why should we care?

Maja Maricevic, Head of Higher Education at the British Library