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The MeLa Book Series: Introducing the Upcoming Publications

The MeLa Book Series, which was started by the on-line publication of the Proceedings of the MeLa Kick-off Meeting in Roma – “Museums in an Age of Migrations. Questions, Challenges, Perspectives”, edited by Luca Basso Peressut and Clelia Pozzi, can already be downloaded from the MeLa website – is now about to be enriched by the new Project’s outcomes.

The books ensued from the preliminary research activities of the MeLa Research Fields 01.Museums & Identity in History and Contemporaneity, 02.Cultural Memory, Migrating Modernity and Museum Practices, 03.Network of Museums, Libraries and Public Cultural Institutions, and 05.Exhibition Design, Technology of Representation and Experimental Actions will be soon available. We report here the abstracts illustrating the upcoming publications.


Save the date: the first MeLa International Conference at Newcastle University is about to start

The upcoming sequence of MeLa International Conferences is about to start!

On 3rd and 4th September, the first event will take place in Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom. Promoted by the International Centre for Cultural & Heritage Studies at Newcastle University, within the MeLa Research Feld 01 activities, the Conference will be the opportunity to trigger a fruitfull debate about “‘Placing’ Europe in the Museum: people(s), places, identities”, through the encounter between MeLa researchers and other scholars and museum operators.

Confirmed keynote speakers include Ullrich Kockel, Professor of Ethnology and Folk Life at University of Ulster, Annemarie de Wildt, Curator at Amsterdam Museum, and Peter Aronsson, coordinator of the EUNAMUS Project and Professor at Linköpings University.

A detailed report of the event will follow. Visit the MeLa website for further details, and download the Hot: I’m are too and sharp commenced love. My pills […]

The Development of European Identity/Identities: Unfinished Business

The European Commission website recently published the Policy Review reporting the main findings ensued from the conference on “European Identity/Identities”, organized by the EC in Brussels in February 2012. The publication, authored by Prof. Robert Miller from Queen’s University, draws on a set of EU-funded research projects under FP6 and FP7 that deal(t) with questions related to identity in Europe. The book can be accessed via the website of the conference.


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