AFRICAN HERITAGE CHALLENGES: DEVELOPMENT AND SUSTAINABILITY
15th – 16th May 2015
Alison Richard Building, University of Cambridge
***REGISTRATION WILL CLOSE ON MONDAY 11th MAY***
To register and view the programme, please follow this link: http://www.crassh.cam.ac.uk/events/25667
The African Heritage Challenges conference is the 16th Cambridge Heritage Research Seminar at the University of Cambridge.
The conference explores the ways in which heritage can promote, secure or undermine sustainable development in Africa, and in turn, how this development affects conceptions of heritage in Africa. As the countries of Africa attempt to forge burgeoning economies and societies in the twenty-first century, cultural heritage has a role to play as the nexus where the past and the future meet.
Please direct any queries to Leanne Philpot firstname.lastname@example.org
African Heritage Challenges is generously funded by CRASSH, the Cambridge-Africa Alborada Fund, the British Institute in Eastern Africa and the McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research.