Heritage

Heritage is often seen as a key ingredient for local, national and international identities. It is invoked for separation and conflict, but equally as a way of reconciling communities and overcoming tensions. Indeed the very idea of heritage, its evolution and shifting meanings are the product of transnational exchanges over the last centuries.

Members:
Dr Alison Carrol, Dr Filippo Del Lucchese, Dr Inge Dornan, Matthew Hughes, Tom Linehan, Kenneth Morgan, Dr Tamson Pietsch, David Scott, Dr Astrid Swenson, Varun Uberoi

Related teaching programmes:

  • L1: History, Memory and Culture in Europe since 1789
  • L2: Historians and their Craft
  • L3: History and Politics of Heritage
  • L3: Theory and Practice of Cultural Diversity
  • L5: Imperialism and Culture

Page last updated: Friday 01 March 2013