Urban cultures, Superdiversity & Intangible Heritage [ Zurück ]

07.02. - 09.02.2018
UTRECHT, The Netherlands
Tagungen Europa & Welt Archiv

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CfP International conference Urban cultures, Superdiversity & Intangible Heritage

In large conurbations, creativity and a broad variety of cultural and economic activities emanate. They serve as a strong pull factor for many people. Due to processes of migration, these cities are both "melting pot" and "salad bowl" with a great variety of cultural and social backgrounds and futures, and diverse ethnicities. These large urban agglomerations often struggle with social and economic challenges and volatilities due to high unemployment and sometimes also high crime rates. Projects for urban improvement usually focus on social welfare and on improving living conditions in general. This international conference will instead focus on the intangible heritage in contemporary urban contexts, discussing case studies with different approaches of how intangible heritage is practiced and used as a source fostering social cohesion and cherishing diversity in the city...

Conference organized by the Dutch Centre for Intangible Heritage, tapis plein - Expertise Center for intangible Heritage in Flanders, FARO. Flemish Interface Center for Cultural Heritage, German Commission for UNESCO, and in cooperation with the University of Utrecht and the Free University of Brussels UNESCO Chair on critical heritage studies and safeguarding ICH, and the National Commissions for UNESCO in Belgium and the Netherlands...

Benjamin Hanke

Referent / Programme Specialist

Geschäftsstelle Immaterielles Kulturerbe / Intangible Cultural Heritage Fachbereich Kultur, Kommunikation, Memory of the World / Division of Culture, Communication, Memory of the World

Deutsche UNESCO-Kommission e.V. / German Commission for UNESCO Mohrenstraße 63

10117 Berlin, Germany

Tel.: +49 30 2065819-11

Fax: +49 30 2065819-20

E-Mail: hanke[at]unesco.de

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