In the coming month, the PCMA Seminars will focus on collaborative archaeology and heritage studies. The first lecture in the “Heritage Month” series will be Methodologies for Community Archaeology: Reflections from Egypt and Sudan presented by Dr. Gemma Tully.
The aim of the “Heritage Month” organized by Dr. Tomomi Fushiya (PCMA UW) is to introduce archaeologists and students to different approaches and practices of collaborative archaeology and heritage studies. With leading researchers and practitioners active in North Africa and Near East as guest speakers, the lecture series provides ideas about how community engagement can be designed, how collaboration with local communities enhances archaeological research, why it is important to think about the past from a local perspective, and why collaborative archaeology is so important today.
Dr. Tully’s talk will address the challenges of developing standardised methodologies for community archaeology, which can respond to the ever-shifting needs of both stakeholders and archaeological facilitators in a range of contexts. The discussion will approach these issues from a theoretical perspective before moving on to consider some practical examples from Egypt and Sudan.
HERITAGE MONTH program (download as PDF):
- Thursday, 7th April, 11:30 am CET
Dr. Gemma Tully (Independent Heritage Consultant, Affiliated Scholar University of Cambridge)
Methodologies for Community Archaeology: Reflections from Egypt and Sudan
- Thursday, 14th April
No lecture – enjoy the Easter Holiday!
- Thursday, 21st April, 11:30 am CET
Dr. Philippa Ryan (Kew Gardens)
Nubian agricultural practices, crops, and heritage
- Thursday, 28th April, 11:30 am CET
Dr. Hossam Mahdy, Consultant of Conservation of Built Heritage, President of International Committee on Vernacular Architecture (CIAV) – ICOMOS
Decolonizing the conservation of built heritage in Egypt
The “Heritage Month” PCMA Seminars will be held on Zoom. To obtain links, please write to Dr. Tomomi Fushiya: email@example.com or to PCMA office: firstname.lastname@example.org