Call for abstracts: Heritage for Sustainable Development
ESACH Talks are an interactive, fast-paced event that provides a platform for sharing knowledge amongst students and young professionals working within cultural heritage studies. At the same time, the talks can serve as a meeting point for institutions and young people, where dialogue and involvement is encouraged on both sides. To make things more interesting, each presentation lasts five minutes, and must accompanied by a slide presentation. You can choose to present the work alone or as a team.
The December session will take place online, and it will be centred on the the contribution of cultural heritage in sustainable development. Participation is open to all ESACH members.
• Topics: young and innovative perspectives on the role of cultural heritage for sustainable development, such as: the contribution of culture to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), the New Urban Agenda and the Urban Agenda for the EU, sustainable management strategies, sustainable urban practices, such as urban agriculture or the creative reuse of historic buildings, and traditional and Indigenous knowledge and practices, and their role in achieving sustainable development.
• Date: Wednesday 16th December 2020, 7pm CET
• Keynote speaker: Jan Schultheiß, Urban Agenda for the EU, German Federal Ministry of the Interior, Building and Community
Not a member? Not a problem! Membership is free and you can become a member just to participate in the Talks. Interested members must submit a 300 word abstract and short bibliography about the topics highlighted above. Presenters will be selected by the ESACH Coordination Committee, in coordination with key partners. The presentations will have the option to be published in the European Heritage Tribune!
The deadline for submitting an abstract is 8th December 2020. If you have any questions, visit
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Please write a 300 word abstract about your presentation and short bibliography (in English, PDF, max 1MB). Make sure you mention how your chosen topic relates to the theme of the talk!
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