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Cultural heritage: How should the British Academy contribute?

Cultural heritage is an important part of public life, yet also exposed to a number of threats and challenges. The British Academy Policy Centre hosted a forum to discuss ideas for a policy study within the domain of cultural heritage.

British Academy Policy Forum, 19 October 2010

Cultural heritage is an important part of public life, yet also exposed to a number of threats and challenges. The British Academy Policy Centre hosted a forum to discuss ideas for a policy study within the domain of cultural heritage.

Cultural heritage is an important part of public life, yet also exposed to a number of threats and challenges. The British Academy Policy Centre hosted a forum to discuss ideas for a policy study within the domain of cultural heritage.

Full list of participants

Ms Vivienne Avery, DCMS
Dr Ian Baxter, Caledonian Business School
Dr Bob Bewley, Heritage Lottery Fund
Dr Roger Bland, British Museum
Professor May Cassar, Centre for Sustainable Heritage, UCL
Dr Gill Chitty, Council for British Archaeology
Professor Nicholas Cook FBA, University of Cambridge
Sir Barry Cunliffe FBA, University of Oxford and English Heritage (chair)
Dr John Curtis FBA, British Museum
Ms Susan Denyer, ICOMOS-UK
Professor Eric Fernie FBA
Professor Michael Fulford FBA, University of Reading
Professor Christopher Gosden FBA, University of Oxford
Lord Donald Hankey, ICOMOS-UK
Professor Anthony Harding FBA, University of Exeter
Dr Robin Jackson, British Academy
Professor David Lowenthal FBA, University College London
Professor Martin Millett FBA, University of Cambridge
Dr Sebastian Payne, English Heritage
Ms Kate Pugh, Heritage Alliance
Ms Alison Richmond, Icon
Dr Christopher Young, English Heritage

 

This British Academy forum was held at the Royal College of Pathologists.


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