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Cost: Free and open to the public
Categories: Conferences,On Campus,Politics
450 Serra Mall
Stanford, CA 94305
Location: Stanford Archaeology Center 488 Escondido Mall, Building 500
What does the right to cultural heritage look like today?
The Stanford Conference on Heritage and Human Rights brings together heritage practitioners, human rights scholars and archaeologists in order to explore competing claims on the domain of heritage as an emergent sphere of rights.
Competing claims to rights and the overburdening of heritage marks a critical space for discussing the future of heritage practice as it is currently being enacted.
Understanding what claiming the right to ‘a past’ entails politically, socially, and culturally, offers an essential starting point for critically evaluating the future of heritage practice.
· Melissa Baird, Postdoctoral Fellow, Woods Institute for the Environment, Stanford Archaeology Center, Department of Anthropology
· Mark Goodale, Associate Professor of Conflict Analysis and Anthropology, George Mason University
· Duncan Ivison, Professor of Political Philosophy, Sydney University
· William Logan, Professor, Cultural Heritage Centre for Asia and the Pacific, Deakin University, Melbourne
· Grant Parker, Associate Professor, Classics, Stanford University
· Kathryn Lafrenz Samuels, Assistant Professor of Anthropology, North Dakota State University
· Peter Schmidt, Professor of Anthropology, University of Florida
· Helen Stacy, Senior Fellow, Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies; Director, Program on Human Rights; Affiliated Faculty, Stanford Law School
· Ana Vrdoljak, Professor of Law, UTS Law School, Sydney
· Lindsay Weiss, Postdoctoral Fellow, Stanford Archaeology Center, Stanford Department of Anthropology
Sponsor: Sponsored by: Mrs. Jaymie Glasmann Ho and The Glasmann Foundation Also sponsored by: Stanford Archaeology Center; Stanford Program on Human Rights; Center for Democracy, Development, and the Rule of Law; and the Stanford Department of Anthropology.
Audience: General Public
450 Serra Mall
Stanford, CA 94305
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