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.

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

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