POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCHER LEIDEN GLOBAL INTERACTIONS (LGI)
Faculty of Humanities, Institute for History , vacancy 14-257
By Lauren Yapp
12-14 June 2014
The colloquium brings together international (including indigenous) experts from different disciplines and regional specializations (Africa, Americas, Asia) to discuss theoretical, legal and practical aspects of indigenous heritage and rights (including topics such as representation and repatriation), situating specific cases within a wider comparative framework.
Informal settlements and urban heritage landscapes in South Africa by Lindsay Weiss
UNESCO’s World Heritage Convention at 40: Challenging the Economic and Political Order of International Heritage Conservation by Lynn Meskell