CFP: Heritagization and heritage sustainability: reflection and prospective, Lisbon, 27-29 November 2014

Portuguese, Spanish, French in the PDF files.

Call for Papers_ Patrimonialização e sustentabilidade do património_2014

Heritagization and heritage sustainability: reflection and prospective

27-29 November, 2014

Faculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humanas – Universidade Nova de Lisboa

The importance and role of heritage (both cultural and natural) in contemporary society have created, in a way almost transversal to all scientific areas, the need for increased knowledge and reflection on issues related to collective and social memory; the selection of elements from the past and its refunctionalisation in the present; the heritage function of several cultural goods and manifestations in relation to the communities of belonging; the cyclic character of heritage; the heritage dimension of development; ultimately, heritage as a social and cultural fact.

In order to designate the process of heritage building, from realities and cultural or natural goods, we use the term heritagization. The verb refers to the action of identifying the cultural values of a given good, their social recognition, thus building heritage. From this process results a sort of heritage sedimentation and management requirements, to dully address contemporary realities and the use of those goods intended to be protected and preserved.

The thematic of heritagization and natural and cultural heritage sustainability, vast and complex, is amplified by the diversity of its historical configurations and the ambiguity of terms it summons.

This meeting is organized to stimulate a multidisciplinary reflection and aims at contributions not only from the fields of History, Art History, Anthropology, Archaeology, Sociology, Geography, and other social sciences, but also from natural sciences and other scientific and technological domains, related to heritage studies and museology, that may make known and contribute to understand and to act on heritigization processes and/or on the use, transmission and sustainable heritage management.

 

Instituto de História Contemporânea

Faculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humanas |Universidade Nova de Lisboa

Avenida de Berna 26-C | 1069-061 Lisboa – Portugal

E-mail: patrisuspatri@gmail.com

Papers should favor research and contributions, whether theoretical or methodological, as well as case studies that may contribute to increase or bring new knowledge on the following thematic perspectives:

– Heritage contemporaneity and values;

– Heritagization, creativity and social change;

– Museums, territories and communities of belonging;

– Heritage, multiscalar planning and public policies.

Propositions of papers: Propositions (title, five keywords, and up to 700 words abstract) should be sent, together with a short biographic note (up to 300 words), in electronic versions, to the following email address: patrisuspatri@gmail.com .

Languages: Portuguese, Spanish, French and English.

Reference Dates: Propositions should be submitted before the 30th of May, 2014. Results will be published until the 20th June, 2014.

Organization Committee:

Graça Filipe, IHC-FCSH-UNL;

Fernanda Rollo, IHC-FCSH-UNL;

Paula Godinho, IELT-FCSH-UNL;

Raquel Henriques da Silva, IHA-FCSH-UNL;

José Picas do Vale, IHC-FCSH-UNL.

Scientific Committee

Maria Fernanda Rollo, IHC-FCSH-UNL;

Graça Filipe, IHC-FCSH-UNL;

Paula Godinho, IELT-FCSH-UNL;

Raquel Henriques da Silva, IHA-FCSH-UNL; Deolinda Folgado, IHC/IHA-FCSH-UNL;

João Mascarenhas Mateus, CES – Universidade de Coimbra /IHC- FCSH-UNL;

Elisa Calado Pinheiro, CEIS 20-Universidade de Coimbra e IHC-FCSH-UNL;

Cyril Isnart, CIDEHUS, Universidade de Évora;

Marta C. Lourenço, Museus da Universidade de Lisboa/UNIVERSEUM;

Vitor Oliveira Jorge, Professor catedrático aposentado da Faculdade de Letras da UP/investigador do CEAACP;

José Picas do Vale, IHC-FCSH-UNL; João Leal, CRIAUNL;

Miguel Angel Alvarez Areces, Presidente de INCUNA e de TICCIH- Espanha;

Jean- Yves Puyo, Laboratoire Société, Environnement, Territoire (UMR CNRS 5603), Université de Pau et des Pays de l’Adour -França;

Heloisa Costa, Universidade Federal da Bahia (Brasil).

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