Article about the ‘Sharing Stories on Contested Histories’ training programme
Artikel on The Sharing Stories on Contested Histories training programme
The use of oral histories for the understanding of shared maritime heritage
As a way of informing maritime history, and as part of the process of locating, understanding and/or managing maritime ...
Researching the International Field: Collections Management and Built Environment
The Cultural Heritage Agency of the Netherlands works towards a sustainable future for shared cultural heritage with its partner ...
Magazine Faro Convention Meeting: Heritage as a means for societal challenges
This magazine was published following the Faro Convention Meeting (May 2019).
Sharing expertise on Dutch funerary heritage
This article explores why historical cemeteries constitute interesting grounds for knowledge exchange.
Call for Candidates Training Sharing Stories on Contested Histories 2019
Call to attend the second edition of the international training 'Sharing Stories on Contested Histories'.
Sharing Stories edition 2018 recap
In 2018 the international training Sharing Stories on Contested Histories, on approaching and presenting contested heritage, ...
Summary of all lectures. Sharing Stories on Contested Histories
Summary of the lectures given during the Sharing Stories on Contested Histories 2018 training course. This overview also contains ...
Brochure Shared Cultural Heritage Programme
In this publication the three themes of the Shared Cultural Heritage programme are explained: Maritime Archeology, Collections ...
Training programme Sharing Stories on Contested Histories 2018
This was the programme for the two-week training Sharing Stories on Contested Histories in December 2018.