Asia’s Heritage Trend: Internal and External Perspectives

  • Date: July 11th, Monday, 2022, 13:00 – 17:00
  • Online via Zoom

The Data Cluster’s series aims to look at Asia’s past through internal and external perspectives of cultural heritage. The concept of Asian cultural heritage trend comes from the interpretation, narrative, meaning, and value of the cultural heritage that continue to evolve and change. This study is especially focusing on the three categories of the ever-changing and evolving cultural heritage, which are 1) aesthetic, 2) archaeological advancement, and 3) international (and domestic) investment. This workshop will provide the participating researchers to share and discuss their opinions on the concept of Asia’s cultural heritage trend.

Dr. John Carman (University of Birmingham)
Prof. Alison Carter (University of Oregon)
Prof. Jongil Kim (Seoul National University)
Dr. Hyun Kyung Lee (Hankuk University of Foreign Studies)
Dr. J. Eva Meharry (Association for Diplomatic Studies, Washington DC)
Prof. Dougald O’Reilly (Australian National University)
Alisa Santikarn (University of Cambridge)
Dr. Louise Shewan (Melbourne University)
Alicia Stevens (University of Cambridge)
Benjamin Utting (University of Cambridge)
Prof. Susan Whitfield (University of East Anglian)
Dr. Minjae Zoh (Seoul National University Asia Centre)