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Image to accompany Current issues in heritage and conservation: challenges and opportunities event
Image to accompany Freedom Road and its intersections  event
Image to accompany Replicas in museums and heritage contexts: putting theory into practice event
Image to accompany Replicas in museum and heritage contexts: co-production of guidance event
Image to accompany Historic replicas in north-west Europe: current research, future prospects event
Image to accompany Processing the past: digital heritage, collaboration practice and the politics of engagement event
Image to accompany The University of Stirling Art Collection and public engagement event
Image to accompany Liminal and emotional-affective spatialities in places of remembrance and pilgrimage event
Image to accompany Between outbreaks: formation of a permanent European plague reservoir in the 1350s event
Image to accompany Museums, emotion and memory culture: the politics of the past in Turkey event
Image to accompany Why does the past matter? Emotional attachments to historic urban places event
Image to accompany Cupboards of doom: reflections on researching profusion in homes and museums for heritage futures event
Image to accompany The deep past in Italian Populism: party narratives and grassroots activism event
Image to accompany Moving beyond ‘common sense’ discourses of nature and heritage in the Scottish Highlands event
Image to accompany The past in the present: history, policy and the Scottish landscape event
Image to accompany Community reuse of redundant Church of Scotland churches event
Image to accompany Materialising the Cold War in Scotland event
Image to accompany Where’s the value in sporting heritage? event
Image to accompany Urban-riverine hinterland synergies in semi-arid environments: millennial-scale change, adaptations, and environmental responses at Gerasa/Jerash event
Image to accompany The past, present and future of energy justice event
Image to accompany Wrestling with social value: an examination of methods and approaches for assessing social value in heritage management and conservation event
Image to accompany Excavating the archive in Cornwall’s china clay country: heritage-making practices and rethinking the role of dissonance in times of change event
Image to accompany Opening up collections: free training workshop on crowdsourcing, chatbots and 3D event
Image to accompany From coal to culture: re-thinking the mining heritage of the Ruhr area event
Image to accompany Heritage authenticity in a globalised world event
Image to accompany Making medieval in the age of antiquarians: towards a social network of cross-monuments event
Image to accompany 23 January CEHP lunchtime seminar: Dr Michael Penman event
Image to accompany PhD student awarded grants for her research event
Image to accompany Professor Sian Jones joins Historic Environment Scotland's new External Peer Review Panel event
Image to accompany Global Challenges in Cultural Heritage event
Image to accompany Landscape Legacies of Coal App Launch event
Image to accompany 3 April 2017 CEHP lunchtime seminar - Professor Simon Marsden event
Image to accompany 27 March CEHP lunchtime seminar - Amanda-Jane Dolan event
Image to accompany 13 March CEHP lunchtime seminar - Dr Thomas L Muinzer event
Image to accompany 13 February CEHP lunchtime seminar - Dr Gyorgy Toth event
Image to accompany 6 February CEHP lunchtime seminar - Dr Sally Foster event

PhD student awarded SGSAH internship working with RAJPOT

22 Jan 2018

Rhona Ramsay, a second-year PhD student in the Centre for Environment, Heritage and Policy, has successfully applied for a self-led internship through the Scottish Graduate School or Arts and Humanities' (SGSAH) Student Development Fund.

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Image to accompany 21 February lecture on Iona about Concrete and Non-Concrete project event
Image to accompany 27 February CEHP lunchtime seminar - Louisa Habermann event
Image to accompany My cup of tea: dialogue between a tea drinker and a tea maker event
Image to accompany Nature's big puzzle: in search of geo-environmental origins of the two waves of the fourteenth-century plague, c.1330–60 event
Image to accompany Scottish medieval castles and chapels C-14 project event
Image to accompany Risk modelling of erosion on archaeological sites event
Image to accompany Social vs. biological values of “nature”: a comparison of “protected areas” in Scotland and Idaho in the American West event
Image to accompany White society and environmental crises in the Orange Free State Republic (South Africa), 1895–1898 event
Image to accompany Beyond the resource curse and pipeline conspiracies: energy as a social relation in the Middle East​ event
Image to accompany Naken chaetrie (Gypsy Traveller objects) in Scottish museums event
Image to accompany Cultural citizenship and participation in crowdsourced heritage ecologies event
Image to accompany The writing on the wall: ‘mark-making’ and the materiality of travel event
Image to accompany Protecting the Third Pole: the role of the law event
Image to accompany Can we rebuild Kasthamandap? Post-disaster heritage in the Kathmandu Valley WHS event
Image to accompany Fields into Factories: the impact on the rural landscape of Britain’s expanded war industry, 1936–1945 event
Image to accompany Heritage and Conservation Seminar - Current issues in heritage and conservation: challenges and opportunities event
Image to accompany Digital Heritage in a World of Big Data event
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Carbon Majors Inquiry

24 Apr 2019

This is a public event associated with an expert meeting at which the Human Rights Commission of the Philippines will finalise the recommendations closing the so-called Carbon Majors inquiry.

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The Ruralia XIII Conference: Seasonal Settlement in the Medieval and Early Modern Countryside

9 Sep 2019 to 13 Sep 2019

RURALIA is an international association for the archaeology of medieval and post-medieval settlement and rural life. It provides a conference of current research questions in rural archaeology from most participating European countries to strengthen the exchange of knowledge in, and the development of, archaeologically comparable studies, and to make archaeological results available to other disciplines.

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Image to accompany 2020 Heritage Lecture, Canterbury Heritage Awards event
Image to accompany Masterclass on early medieval sculpture in Scotland / Book launch event
Image to accompany Colliery Creatives: an exploration of landscape, identity and place event
Image to accompany Landscape Legacies of Coal: One Year Birthday Celebration event
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