Cultural Heritage in China: Contested Understandings, Images and Practices
The conference gathers some twenty scholars and experts from different parts of the world who will address the multifaceted and complex understandings, negotiations, debates, and everyday uses of the cultural heritage in China. The scholars come from different disciplines and fields, including heritage studies, art, cultural studies, anthropology, sociology, Sinology, and media and communication studies.
A limited number of seats are available for those interested to listen but they need to contact the organizer Marina Svensson (marina [dot] svensson [at] ace [dot] lu [dot] se) before 8 June.
The conference has received generous financial support from The Birgit Rausing Language Programme and the Swedish Research Council.