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MeLa RF03 paper accepted at Digital Heritage International Congress, Marseille, France, 28 October-1 November 2013

The MeLa paper ‘Migrating heritage, digital cultural networks and social inclusion in Europe’, authored by MeLa RF03 leader Perla Innocenti (University of Glasgow) has been accepted for presentation and publication as full paper in the Digital Cultural Heritage International Congress in Marseille, France, 28 October-1 November 2013 !

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Exploring the Interplay Between Local Stories and Global Identities in Local History Museums (Belfast, 27-28 June 2013)

The Social History Curators Group (SHCG) is a membership organisation dedicated to improving the status and provision of social history in museums and the standards of collections, research, display and interpretation. The annual conferences promoted by the Group are intended to facilitate the sharing of skills and experiences, and provoke debate around a selected theme through presentations, interactive workshops and tours.

The SHCG 2013 Conference was held on 27 and 28 June, and took place at Ulster Museum and Ulster Folk and Transport Museum in Belfast. The event was aimed at exploring the theme ‘Local Stories, Global Identities’, considering how museums should define ‘local history’ in a global society, and how they can interpret and create a shared perception of local histories where diverse communities hold different values and beliefs. The programme consisted of a mixture of short papers, debate, discussion sessions and workshops, which offered multiple interpretations on […]

Living Library in Italy: Biblioteca Vivente of Verona

The Living Library was founded in Denmark as an experience of intercultural dialogue in order to know the reality of lives different from their own. A Living Library allows to experience first-hand the overcoming of prejudice against the “other self”, helping to create a more open culture and open to dialogue, fighting discrimination against people based on their ethnic origin, religion, belief, gender, sexual orientation, age or disability status.



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