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PhD Workshop: Heritage Hybridisation: Concepts, Scales & Spaces

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Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne

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Isidora Stankovic

Postdoc leader Cultural Heritage


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From 10 to 12 May, Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne University will host the Una Europa PhD Workshop “Heritage Hybridisation: Concepts, Scales and Spaces”. This workshop was originally planned for spring 2020. Due to Covid-19, remote collaboration and a series of open virtual events have been organized throughout 2020.

This PhD Workshop aims to bring together PhD students and researchers from all Una Europa universities, offering PhD students insights from different schools of thought. The concept of heritage hybridisation enables us to focus on the interconnection of different domains, period and actors that jointly shape our cultural heritage. The workshop will address the concept from five angles:

  1. Political, transnational and community negotiations and heritage hybridisation
  2. Hybridisations of heritage narratives
  3. Heritage(s) between high and popular culture
  4. Heritage rescaling and hybridisations
  5. Hybridisation of heritage concepts and doctrines

The 3-day workshop will consist of parallel and plenary sessions, visits, fieldwork, as well as meetings with museums, archives, heritage societies, philanthropists and charities, ministries, NGOs, enterprises, specialized media, stakeholders in public history, archaeology, intangible heritage and heritage businesses.

Applicants need to be enrolled at one of the 8 partner universities, in the 2nd year of doctoral studies or higher. Their doctoral studies should be thematically related to Cultural Heritage and to the Workshop’s theme. Browse the workshop website for a more details.

This Cultural Heritage PhD Workshop is one of the “Joint Innovative Formats” foreseen by Una Europa’s 1Europe project. Its goal is to experiment with innovative approaches to doctoral education and to contribute to a future Joint PhD on Cultural Heritage offered by the Una Europa Universities.

This workshop is a pivotal part of the joint PhD initiatives in 1Europe.