Originally posted on Elisabeth Niklasson:
On November 14 I participated in the session “Cultural Heritage, Rights, and Democratic Practice” at the 117th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association in San Jose (CA), a huge conference attended by 6500 scholars.… Continue reading Conference: AAA, Cultural Heritage, Rights, and Democratic Practice
Join us for the EAA session “Messy methods: Heritage studies and the quest for multi-methodological approaches” Continue reading EAA session on messy methods
Les intervjuet “Å kjempe for ‘OUV-ene’: intervju med Beate Strøm om Norges arbeid i verdensarvkomiteen” i Viking. Continue reading Verdensarvintervju
New co-authored article out in the International Journal of Heritage Studies. Continue reading What’s wrong with heritage experts?
New co-authoried Open Access article in Transnational Environmental Law Continue reading Naming, shaming, fire alarms and World Heritage in Danger
Master students from the University of Oslo visits NIKU for a seminar World Heritage. Continue reading MUSKUL students visiting NIKU
New chapter on Viking Age sites and tourism in the forthcoming ‘Feasible Management of Archaeological Heritage Sites Open to Tourism’. Continue reading Vikings, World Heritage and tourism