This conference, entitled "Heritage and Individuals," will present different views on:
- Intangible and tangible cultural heritage
- Cultural change from past to future
- Individual and common definitions and uses of cultural heritage
- Culturally sustainable development
Individual human beings, their different common and individual activities as a potential power in society, and different cultural, social, political, economic and legal contexts for cultural heritage activities are the core of this conference. Individual human beings and everyday life is the ground for all selected and protected cultural heritage, and the commercial, political and societal use of it. The power of national and international laws and conventions are remarkable. On the contrary, the power of individuals is often invisible, and it is not always obvious to take it into consideration in connection to cultural heritage and the use of it.
The power of individuals is hidden and fragmented into unorganized and organized levels of activities, into different socio-cultural structures of activities, and to different local and global interaction networks. Glocal interaction, where locally active individuals and communities meet global contexts for their messages, is also extremely interesting contexts for the development of cultural heritage, and the individual and common uses of it. The power of individuals has multiple places, contexts, and contradictory directions in both the local and global context of cultural heritage.
Anyhow, it is never possible to protect any piece of cultural heritage without the individual power fragmented in different parts of the society, into the political and legal structures of society, and in the everyday life. At the same time, people produce as individuals and organizations both on local and global level contradictory ideas about cultural heritage, the need of it, the protection of it, and the use of it. What could be culturally sustainable cultural heritage in this contradictory world?
Researcher and editor, PhD Petja Aarnipuu, The Kalevala Society
Assistant Professor Lucky P. C. Belder, CIER, Centre for Intellectual Property Law, University of Utrecht, the Netherlands
Professor Hannu Saha, Department of Folk Music, Sibelius Academy, Helsinki, Finland
Univ. Prof. Dr. Ingo Schneider, Institut für Geschichtswissenschaften und Europäische Ethnologie, University of Innsbruck, Austria
- ART, FOLK ART AND HERITAGE
- HERITAGE AS AN ECONOMIC AND POLITIC INSTRUMENT
- TANGIBLE CULTURAL HERITAGE IN PROCESS
- HERITAGE PRODUCTION, HANDICRAFT AND DESIGN
- HERITAGE AND IDENTITY POLITICS
- QUESTIONING HERITAGE AND INDIVIDUALS
Registration for "Heritage and Individuals”is now available at http://heritageandindividuals.wordpress.com/. The last day for registration and payments will be 15 August 2011. All participants, including persons who have been accepted to workshops, must register.
Registration fees (see below) include full participation in the conference, the conference material, coffee during pauses as well as participation in the evening program on Wednesday, September 14.
The registration fees do not cover lunch, evening event at the Satakunta Museum on Thursday, September 15, excursions on Saturday, September 17, accommodation or transportation to Pori or in the town.
1. Standard fee 35,00 euros (Early registration until 30 June 2011 ) and 50,00 euros (Late registration from 1 July until 15 August 2011)
2. Fee for members of SIEF Working Group on Cultural heritage and property AND for students 20,00 euros (Early registration until 30 June 2011 ) and 35,00 euros (Late registration from 1 July until 15 August 2011)
Fees for optional social programme
Prices for all groups Registration before 15 August 2011
Participation in the evening event at Satakunta Museum 9/15/2011 18,00 euros
Participation in the excursions on Saturday, 9/17/2011 55,00 euros, alternatives 1. Old Rauma and 2. Noormarkku
For further information and contacts, please contact:
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