Call for papers
The Cambridge Heritage Seminars bring together researchers, policy makers and practitioners to explore some of the more pressing issues concerning cultural heritage today. This year's seminar explores how the concept of cultural heritage has evolved in recent years. In particular, we aim to discuss the interconnectedness between tangible and intangible aspects of heritage and the impact this distinction may have upon our conceptions and treatments.
With the UNESCO Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage entering into force in April 2006, and definitions of intangible and tangible heritage being reformalised, it is timely to look at some of the issues this gives rise to.
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