"Shaping heritage-scapes : processes of patrimonialization in a globalized world"

International symposium

From Monday 27 - 11h
to Tuesday 28 August 2012 - 19h

Organisé par Anne-Christine Tremon (Université de Lausanne, Laboratoire d'Anthropologie Culturelle et Sociale), Laurence Gillot (Paris Diderot- Paris 7, ANHIMA), Irene Maffi (Université de Lausanne, Laboratoire d'Anthropologie Culturelle et Sociale)

Lundi 27 août 2012 et Mardi 28 août 2012

à l'Université de Lausanne, Bâtiment Unithèque, salle 511

This international symposium gathers scholars from diverse disciplinary backgrounds working on the topic of heritage and museums. Their contributions offer a wide range of case studies highlighting past and present processes of patrimonialization. The participants examine the historically situated projects and procedures that transform places, people, 'traditions', and artefacts into heritage to be protected, exhibited, and emphasized. They analyse the stakes that underlie the selection of objects, persons and 'traditions' to be preserved and/or displayed, the choice of places and forms of exhibits and their transformation into sites, the intersections of a diversity of actors at local, national, regional and global scales, and the encounters between Western heritage paradigms and alternative models of patrimonialization.

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