Call for Papers
Heritage at Times of Crisis: Saving, Sustaining, Sharing
In a Land of Fires, Droughts and Flooding Rains, and now Climate Change, and a health pandemic, what role at such times has a community’s heritage in maintaining its sense of place, of belonging, and continuity?
In this year’s Symposium, we will explore this question with a series of papers addressing examples of problems and solutions: case studies that assist us in dealing with such crises and change, including being locked down or out during a pandemic. Does our heritage assist us? We look to gain a wider understanding of how heritage can support us at such difficult times.
You are invited to offer a paper, or short 5-minute vignette, with case studies of problems and solutions for this topic, sent by 28 June to Liz McMillan, National Trust (ACT), firstname.lastname@example.org
The Symposium will be held on
Saturday 7 August 2021 9am to 5pm
Drinks after 5pm
ANU Acton Campus
$75 full registration
$55 member of host organisation
$35 concessions and full-time student
Registration for the event will open in July.
Convened by Heritage Partners: