Anthropology News (AN) is excited to present two essays in our series on Cultural Heritage that feature multimedia content and demonstrate how anthropologists can incorporate new technologies into their work and writing. By using multimedia technologies, readers are able to engage with and experience articles on AN in new and exciting ways. Contributors to Anthropology News … Continue reading Multimedia in Anthropology News Articles on Cultural Heritage
Yesterday, China Radio International featured an English-language debate program about cultural heritage protection in China. Panelists included Cornell anthropologist Magnus Fiskesjö, Zhang Qin (Tongji U, Shanghai) and Lou Deyin (Tsinghua U, Beijing). The panel discussion, from the show “Today,” is now available online. The introduction describes, “Since China launched economic reforms 30 years ago, cultural heritage protection … Continue reading Cultural Heritage Protection on China Radio Intl.
The Global Heritage Preservation Fellowship Program is now accepting Letters of Inquiry seeking support for field projects to be conducted this summer at significant heritage sites in the developing world. The GHP website notes, “The purpose of the Global Heritage Preservation Fellowship Program is to support cultural heritage conservation and community development work with the … Continue reading 2010 Global Heritage Preservation Fellowship Program Now Accepting Proposals
The Archaeological Legacy Institute has announced a call for submissions for the TAC Festival Conference on Cultural Heritage Film to be held May 18-21 in Eugene, OR. The conference is organized in conjunction with the annual Archaeology Channel International Film and Video Festival to promote collaboration and discussion of new ideas and approaches in the … Continue reading Conference on Cultural Heritage Film Seeks Papers