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Call for Sessions for the Association of Critical Heritage Studies' Biannual Conference (Montreal, June 2016)

 

"Heritage is a powerful witness to mindsets and zeitgeist; it is commonly understood that it gives way to a better understanding of societies and even brings together communities. But how would this happen? Can heritage affect reality? What does it change?"

The Centre for Oral History and Digital Storytelling is proud to announce that it is a key partner of UQAM’s CRC in Urban Heritage Studies in organizing the biannual conference of the Association of Critical Heritage Studies which will be meeting in Montreal in June 2016.

The interdisciplinary conference will bring together 600-800 delegates from around the world for four days (2 days at UQAM, 2 days at Concordia).

The deadline for session proposals is July 1st (with 1 November for individual papers). We encourage folks to take this opportunity - it is a fantastic conference. Non-tradition (digital/arts-based) proposals are also welcome!

Please open the attached documents (English and French versions) to find more details about the call for sessions.


 

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