Contested Heritage : Monuments, Politics, and Memory in Asia

The New England Asia Seminar and East Asian Archaeology Forum
Contested Heritage: Monuments, Politics, and Memory in Asia

 

Le vendredi 16 mars 2018, 14h00-17h00

 

The Boston University Center for the Study of Asia  

Photonics building, room 203, 8 St. Mary’s street, Boston university

 

Cultural Appropriations and Weaponized Pseudohistory: The Dark Side of Archaeology and Ancient History in Korea

Dr. Mark Byington, President and Program Director, Cambridge Institute for the Study of Korea, Cambridge, MA

 

Bringing Home Cambodia’s Blood Antiquities: The Intersection of Cultural Heritage, Cultural Diplomacy, and Cultural Nationalism

Ms. Terressa Davis, Executive Director, The Antiquities Coalition, Washington DC

 

Culture Wars: The Tactical and Diplomatic Value of Heritage in Current Middle East Conflicts

Dr. Allison Cuneo, Project Manager for Cultural Heritage Initiatives, American Schools of Oriental Research (ASOR), Boston, MA

 

Museums and the Politics of China’s Grand New Cultural Vision

Dr. Robert Murowchick, Associate Director, Boston University Center for the Study of Asia, Frederick S. Pardee School of Global Studies


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