International Conference on Heritage Mgmt Education & Practice

08.00 AM - 09.00 PM

Center For Heritage Management.
Ahmedabad University, Navrangpura, Ahmedabad.

2019-12-06 08:00:00 2019-12-08 21:00:00 Asia/Kolkata International Conference on Heritage Mgmt Education & Practice

Building upon the first two editions of the conference – which explored intersections across disciplines and stakeholders, and developing integrated practices respectively, we now begin to look into specific aspects of heritage management education and practice as relevant to society. To facilitate the development of integrated practices and collaboration among stakeholders, it is important to ensure that we are fair in our approach of heritage management in terms of who is involved and who has access to various levels of heritage management process – from planning, decision making to interpretation and implementation, and further to benefits and responsibilities. It also means to ensure that the very process of identification of heritage is based on a fair recognition process, and the narratives are also inclusive of multiple voices. In the same line of thought, it is also important to enable access for all (to our heritage sites including museums physically and mentally) as well as pursue an inclusive practice whereby the heritage management process is inclusive to the best possible extent in a given context. However, as ideal as these propositions sound, the reality may be different in different contexts for a variety of reasons. At the same time, there may be good practices that can be looked up as sources of inspiration and trend setters.

We, therefore, propose to delve deeper into the issues of access and inclusion in the broader domain of heritage management, such as archaeological excavations and sites management, architectural and urban heritage management, museums and curatorial practices, cultural and creative economies, crafts and community development, legal and administrative processes as well as educational frameworks for heritage management.

 

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Center For Heritage Management.
Ahmedabad University, Navrangpura, Ahmedabad.

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Building upon the first two editions of the conference – which explored intersections across disciplines and stakeholders, and developing integrated practices respectively, we now begin to look into specific aspects of heritage management education and practice as relevant to society. To facilitate the development of integrated practices and collaboration among stakeholders, it is important to ensure that we are fair in our approach of heritage management in terms of who is involved and who has access to various levels of heritage management process – from planning, decision making to interpretation and implementation, and further to benefits and responsibilities. It also means to ensure that the very process of identification of heritage is based on a fair recognition process, and the narratives are also inclusive of multiple voices. In the same line of thought, it is also important to enable access for all (to our heritage sites including museums physically and mentally) as well as pursue an inclusive practice whereby the heritage management process is inclusive to the best possible extent in a given context. However, as ideal as these propositions sound, the reality may be different in different contexts for a variety of reasons. At the same time, there may be good practices that can be looked up as sources of inspiration and trend setters.

We, therefore, propose to delve deeper into the issues of access and inclusion in the broader domain of heritage management, such as archaeological excavations and sites management, architectural and urban heritage management, museums and curatorial practices, cultural and creative economies, crafts and community development, legal and administrative processes as well as educational frameworks for heritage management.

 

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