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Critical Heritage, Urban Activism and the Decolonial Turn

Uses of Past hosts the seminar "Critical Heritage, Urban Activism and the Decolonial Turn" May 16 at Moesgaard Museum (Room: 4240-302, Moesgaard Allé 15, 8270 Højbjerg).

2017.05.03 | Ulrik Vosgerau

09h00-09h45
Everyday revolutions: Practices of civic engagement and social entrepreneurship in Albania (Ekaterina Kalinina, Södertörn University, Sweden)

9h45-10h30
The co-construction of destinations with communities in slum tourism (Isabella Rega, Bournemouth University, UK)

10h30-11h15
Our Village our Daughters in Laws - a Heritage project in the contemporary political context of the Capital region of Andra Pradesh, India (Ida Brændholdt Lundgaard, Agency of Culture and Palaces/AU, Denmark)

11h15-12h00
(In)visible Veterans: Identity Policy of the Vietnam Women's Memorial Project (Monika Zychlinska, Warsaw University, Poland)

12h00-12h45
Is postpatriarchy to patriarchy as postcolonialism is to colonialism? (Mikela Lundahl, University of Gothenburg, Sweden)

LUNCH

13h15-14h00
A World of Many Worlds. Images Gathered from the Ruins of Cape Town’s District One and District Six. (Christian Ernsten, Reinwardt Academy of the Arts, The Netherlands)

14h00-14h45
Political enthusiasm in RMF, South Africa (Britta Timm Knudsen, Aarhus University, Denmark)

14h45-15h30
Should I stay or should I go? - Rhodes Must Fall and the scholars in Oxford (Casper Andersen, Aarhus University, Denmark)

COFFEE

15h45-16h30
What do Donald Trump and Cecil Rhodes have in common? Heritage, postpolitics and the post- postapartheid (Nick Shepherd, Aarhus University, Denmark)

16h30-17h15
Constructing new narratives of colonialism through collaborative image-making in Brussels and Kinshasa (Robbert Jacobs, Antwerp University, Belgium)

17h15-18h00
Performing the Nazi Viking: Affect and Activism in and against Scandinavian extreme right-wing demonstrations (Christoffer Leiding Kølvraa, Aarhus University, Denmark)

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