Who Owns the Past? Heritage Rights and Responsibilities in a Multicultural World
22-25 mars 2006
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A special feature of this year's colloquium will be a day of Round Table discussions focused on practical problem-solving and the formulation of innovative approaches to public heritage. All interested colloquium participants, including archaeologists, historians, heritage administrators, cultural technologists, and specialists in cultural property law are invited to submit 250-500 word case studies on particular heritage problems they have encountered in their research or professional experience. These case studies will provide the basis for the Round Table discussions and a selection of these case studies will be published in fuller form in the colloquium proceedings. Sponsored by the Province of East-Flanders, the Provincial Archaeological Museum - Ename, the Flemish Heritage Institute (VIOE) and the Ename Center for Public Archaeology & Heritage Presentation