Wrestling with social value: an examination of methods and approaches for assessing social value in heritage management and conservation

Part of the Centre for Environment, Heritage and Policy's Tuesday seminar series

21 Jan 2020, 1.00PM–2.00PM
Pathfoot Study Centre 2
Liz Robson
Wrestling with social value: an examination of methods and approaches for assessing social value in heritage management and conservation

This is a public lecture that forms part of the Centre for Environment, Heritage and Policy’s regular Tuesday Seminar series. The seminars take place between 13:00 and 14:00 hrs - you can bring your lunch! These are designed to provide a regular point of contact between colleagues across the University with an interest in Environment, Heritage and Policy, but a warm welcome is extended to everyone. The aim is to: share and ‘test out’ new ideas; seek wider collaboration; disseminate research; strengthen and expand upon the established links between the Divisions and — most importantly — reinforce a strong and vibrant research culture.

Find out more about the speaker, Liz Robson.