This symposium will include presentations and discussions focusing on the following themes.
- Community value and social attachment to places
- The value of archaeology – it’s not just buried in the ground
- 40 years of World Heritage – has it helped us?
- Recession heritage – the changing economics of attachement to place
Individuals are invited to send ideas for session topics, including but not constrained to the above, and offer to lead a session. Summaries of presentations, to last approximately twenty minutes, are also invited.
The event runs from 8.30 am to 4.30 pm and costs $100 or $50 for full-time students.