Expiry: 
04/07/2019 - 00:00

The Association of Professional Heritage Practitioners (APHP) has release the programme for its 2019 conference (download full details below this notice). The overall theme is "Reconnecting Heritage: Unpacking heritage dissonance".

The conference will be taking place from 5-7 April 2019 at the District Six Homecoming Centre, Buitenkant Street, Cape Town. Click here to register. The cost is R500 (R300 for students & free for staff at a state heritage institution).

PANEL 1: THE POLITICS OF ENGAGEMENT

  • The Role of Social Impact Assessments in protecting Intangible Heritage - Lip Service or a tool for Inclusion, Social Justice and Advocacy by Maurietta Stewart
  • The Bo-Kaap: Provincial Heritage Site? National Heritage Site? HPOZ? World Heritage Site? Just save it all by Quahnita Samie
  • Using Personal Nostalgia and Shared Symbolic Structures as Heritage Tools: Recent experi- ences of engagement in Port Elizabeth by Bryan Wintermeyer

PANEL 2: MANAGING DISSONANCE IN MUSEUMS AND MEMORIALS

  • Post-Conflict Museum Research - Interactions of Layers by Dr Mary Lange and Prof Ruth Teer-Tomaselli
  • Stewart Memorial in Alice by William Martinson
  • Negotiating Cultural Dissonance: Heritage Implications of "Rhodes Must Fall" and the removal of the Rhodes Statue, University of Cape Town by Melanie Attwell and Karin Strom
  • Heritage is for All: Robben Island Museum World Heritage Site and the role of Stakeholders Relations by Christopher Solomons

PANEL 3: MULTI-DISCIPLINARITY IN HERITAGE

  • Adaptive Re-use: An attitude towards Heritage Conservation by Llewellyn David Bryan
  • Seeking, seeing and hearing heritage around Stellenbosch and Franschhoek by Antonia Ma- lan
  • Transdisciplinarity: an approach to understanding Cultural Landscapes as expressed in the Stellenbosch Municipality Heritage Inventory and CMP. by Liana Jansen
  • Re-aligning Heritage with the principles of Sustainability by Elwyn Harlech-Jones
  • Towards Identifying and Understanding Conflicts arising from Multi-Disciplinary Nature of Heritage work by Jonathan Stone
  • Dealing with challenges of Scale in Heritage Management through Technology by Nicholas Wiltshire

PANEL 4: PLACE IDENTITY, INCLUSIVITY AND BELONGING   

  • Our Traditional Game? Klawerjas as Subaltern Heritage and Marginal Community in the Western Cape by Dr Hendrik Synders
  • Colonial Architecture as Heritage: German Colonial Architecture in Post Colonial Windhoek by Vanessa Jane Ruhlig
  • The Wonder of Florisbad - Important role I believe Heritage Sites play in bringing people together and fostering conversation that can bring about change in our land by Myra Gohdozi

PANEL 5: HERITAGE AND THE LAW

  • Gees Judgement by Stephen Townsend
  • Re-Connecting with local Heritage locally by Adelaide Combrink and Elize Mendelsohn
  • NHRA Compulsory Repair Order by Chris Murphy
  • City of Cape Town Survey by Bridget O’Donoghue

PANEL 6: RESEARCHING HERITAGE

  • Houses used as 'curtains' Digaretene and the 1947 Royal visit in Bloemfontein
  • Oral History an important measuring Heritage Tool by Khotso Pudumo
  • Researching Heritage: South African Stories told through the lens of Tourism by Kagiso A. Maphalle (National Heritage Council of South Africa)
  • Building a new Heritage Curriculum for a dissonant present by Naomi Roux
  • Bridging the Gap: Establishing stronger links between the Academic and Cultural Resource Management (CRM) Spheres by Nicholas Zachariou - University of Cape Town and Louisa Hutten - University of Cape Town
  • Disparities between institutional and community requirements for ethical and responsible re- search practices among minority groups in southern Africa by Dr Kerry Jones
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