Dispatches: short reflections, notes from the field, images, videos, sound
Heritage Futures at the 19th ICOMOS General Assembly and Scientific Assembly in New Delhi, India
Are heritage futures relevant to UNESCO?
Can heritage be thriving in an age of extinction?
Making futures and making connections across sectors
The timeliness of heritage
Landscapes in Limbo
“Los ecos del Proyecto Huemul” exhibition opens in Argentina
Summary of the Nature-Culture Workshop at IUCN
Techniques of Worlding: Categorization Knowledge Exchange at Kew
A Berlin Thought Experiment: Heritage Futures Visits CARMaH
Is it Doomsday yet? We need to talk about eternity
Where are all the people? How images of shelving reveal deeper problems in the way we think about archives
Oranges and Lemons: When is the Heritage of Diversity?
London's Brick Lane mosque listing description asks difficult questions about how past and present are integrated in heritage management, and whether we are as bold in what we do with heritage as in what we say about it.
The 100,000 Year Question
From the Vault to the Archive
Heritage Futures at the IUCN
Archaeology Training with CITiZAN at Orford Ness
Meaningful Objects: Stories and Videos From the Curating Domestic Profusion Workshop
Svalbard Global Seed Vault: A Tale of Two Treaties
Sefryn Penrose on the cultural heritage of Svalbard and the SGSV’s position there.
The Lakes, deep futures and the sublime
Can the future sublime enliven daily management practice? Our fieldwork in the Lake District explore complex and conflicting futures.
Sorting through (ethnographic) things: reflections on Profusion theme fieldwork
‘Tomorrow starts here’: earthquakes, heritage, and the rebuilding of a city
In light of the most recent earthquake to strike Christchurch (New Zealand) on 14 February 2016, our researcher Jennie Morgan considers the rebuilding of a city and its heritage through Profusion theme interests.
What does Doomsday look like?
The Svalbard Global Seed Vault is sometimes called the “Doomsday Vault.” Evocation of an apocalypse – red deserts, rats and roaches – is built into that term. But is that how we should really conceive of it?
Heritage futures in Interstellar
Christopher Nolan’s movie Interstellar (2014) describes a bold scenario for the future of planet Earth, but Heritage looks the same as ever.