The e-book on the conference „Provenienzforschung zu ethnografischen Sammlungen der Kolonialzeit. Positionen in der aktuellen Debatte“ will be presented and discussed by and with Larissa Förster, among others, on April 11th, 2018. Details can be found here.
Would you like to find out how to be otherwise (David Francis)? Or what past presencing through making selfies means as a practice (Christoph Bareither)? Or your interest might be attracted more by what Sharon Macdonald finds out about the ‘Second-Generation’ Phenomenon in Jingdezhen (Jiangxi province, China). In any case, feel invited to have a look on our Reflections page!
The Institute of European Ethnology and the Centre for Anthropological Research on Museums and Heritage (CARMAH), Humboldt University Berlin, are pleased to announce a 5-year postdoctoral research associate post (with teaching and administrative duties). German competency is necessary. The details are available here.
What is cultural heritage? Increasing designations of monuments, buildings, and objects as cultural heritage make Sharon Macdonald propose that maybe we’d better ask “What is not cultural heritage?” Find out more about her notion by clicking here.
Also, a World Café in May 2018 will dedicate itself to an anthropologically coined search for common ground: “Rethinking (Islamic) Heritage in Europe”. Find all details here.