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ICOM Danish-German Conference


HAMBURG, MUSEUM DER ARBEIT
Thema: Changing Interpretations, Meanings and Concepts of Heritage

ICOM Germany, ICOM Denmark and the Danish Ministry for Culture, together with the Stiftung Historische Museen Hamburg, celebrate the Year of Cultural Friendship 2020 with a conference on the Changing Interpretations, Meanings and Concepts of Heritage. The conference explores how new and different interpretations of heritage have emerged and developed in a global context. It aims to present and discuss examples and approaches of changing interpretations and meanings of heritage and the challenges and controversies these entail.

2020 marks 100 years since the establishment of the present borderline between Denmark and Germany. The Danish and German Governments have signed a mutual agreement on a Year of Cultural Friendship between Denmark and Germany in 2020. This Year of Cultural Friendship designates the peaceful relations between the two countries today by focusing on cultural exchange while at the same time highlighting their historical and common European roots.

ICOM Germany, ICOM Denmark and the Danish Ministry for Culture, together with the Stiftung Historische Museen Hamburg, celebrate the Year of Cultural Friendship 2020 with a conference on the Changing Interpretations, Meanings and Concepts of Heritage. The conference explores how new and different interpretations of heritage have emerged and developed in a global context. It aims to present and discuss examples and approaches of changing interpretations and meanings of heritage and the challenges and controversies these entail.

We are looking forward to meeting you in Hamburg!

 

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ICOM Germany, ICOM Denmark and the Danish Ministry for Culture, together with the Stiftung Historische Museen Hamburg, celebrate the Year of Cultural Friendship 2020 with a conference on the Changing Interpretations, Meanings and Concepts of Heritage. The conference explores how new and different interpretations of heritage have emerged and developed in a global context. It aims to present and discuss examples and approaches of changing interpretations and meanings of heritage and the challenges and controversies these entail.

2020 marks 100 years since the establishment of the present borderline between Denmark and Germany. The Danish and German Governments have signed a mutual agreement on a Year of Cultural Friendship between Denmark and Germany in 2020. This Year of Cultural Friendship designates the peaceful relations between the two countries today by focusing on cultural exchange while at the same time highlighting their historical and common European roots.

ICOM Germany, ICOM Denmark and the Danish Ministry for Culture, together with the Stiftung Historische Museen Hamburg, celebrate the Year of Cultural Friendship 2020 with a conference on the Changing Interpretations, Meanings and Concepts of Heritage. The conference explores how new and different interpretations of heritage have emerged and developed in a global context. It aims to present and discuss examples and approaches of changing interpretations and meanings of heritage and the challenges and controversies these entail.

We are looking forward to meeting you in Hamburg!

 

Registration →

 

 

DD2020 Logo Naming Horizontal Black RGB

 

ICOM NC Germany1

ICOM NC Denmark

SHMH 18 Logo SHMH 150x40

KUM Logo CMYK 11 UK


Funded by:

1200px Beauftragte der Bundesregierung für Kultur und Medien Logo

Danisches Außenministerium Logo

 


 

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Program

 

Wednesday 18th

15.00–18.00 Young Professionals Treffen (organised by ICOM Germany young professionals in German)
19.00–21.00 Registration and opening reception at Museum der Arbeit. Guided tours at the museum

 

Thursday 19th

08.30-11.30 Heritage of conflict
08.30-09.00 Welcome speech
  ICOMs President Suay Aksoy, Turkey
09.00–9.45 Keynote speaker:
  From the Berlin Wall to Abbey Road: Changing Interpretations and Understandings of
Cultural Heritage
Prof. Dr. Axel Klausmeier, Director Gedenkstätte Berliner Mauer, Germany
 9.45-10.15 Dybbøl 2014 and Schleswig 2020 – Constructing Familiarity by remembrance?
Martin Klatt, assoc. prof. PhD, University of Southern Denmark, Denmark
10.15–10.30 Coffee break
10.30–11.00 Heritage Network of World War II Mermorials: Soviet Heritage across European States
Angeline Basuki & Polihron Karapachov, M. A.s in Heritage Management, University of Kent,
United Kingdom
11.00–11.30 Documenta and Denmark: Inspirations and repercussions between museums, artists and
audiences
Kristian Handberg, Postdoc, Ph.D. University of Copenhagen, Denmark
11.30-15.30 Rewriting History
11.30–12.15 Keynote speaker:
  Co-creating Danish welfare history with alternative experts with powerful personal experiences
from institutionalized care, homelessness, mental illness or poverty
Sarah Smed, Head of Danish Welfare Museum, Denmark
12.15–13.15 Lunch
13.15–13.45 Hiding in plain sight. On the willfully forgotten relations between Danish and German art in the
19th century
Anna Schram Vejlby, PhD Art History, Ribe Art Museum, Denmark
13.45–14.15 Will gold tarnish?
Changing interpretations of the Golden Age of Danish art and their implications
Rasmus Kjærboe, PhD, SMK – The National Gallery of Denmark
14.15–14.45 Contesting the Colonial Subject. 19th Century Photography from Howard and
Jane Ricketts Collection and Other Images from Colonial India
Ida Højgaard Thjørmøe, M. A. Art History, Denmark
14.45–15.15 The South Sea in the North Sea: Decolonising Natural History and an Entangled Northern Europe
Martha Fleming, Dr. Senior Research Fellow, University of Hamburg, Germany
15.15–15.30 Coffee break
15.30-17.00 New Interpretations of Heritage
15.30–16.00 Travelling Natural and Cultural Heritage – Changing Interpretations and Meanings of an
Entomological Collection between Copenhagen, Kiel and beyond, 1775-2018
Dominik Hünniger, Dr., University of Hamburg, Germany
16.00–16.30 Contestation by Democratization: Dynamics of Lay Meaning-Making in the Absence of
Heritage Governance in the Medina of Tripoli, Libya
Reem H. Furjani, PhD Candidate in Critical Heritage Stories, Libya
16.30–17.00 Yenikapı Rescue Excavations: Heritage vs. Politics
Levent Tökün, MA Candidate in World Heritage Studies & Cultural Heritage,
Brandenburg University
of Technology, Germany
17.00–18.00 Break
18.00–21.00 Reception and guided tours at Altonaer Museum

 

Friday 20th

09.00-12.00 Changing Meanings of Borders and Narratives
09.00–09.45 Keynote speaker:
  Museum connects! The role of the Museum for Archaeology Gottorf castle as cultural mediator
Dr. Ralf Bleile, Museum für Archäologie Schloss Gottorf, Germany
09.45–10.15 Illuminating the border
Benjamin Asmussen, Curator, PhD, Maritime Museum of Denmark, Denmark
10.15–10.30 Coffee break
10.30–11.00 Shifting Perspectives 2020: 100 Years, 100 Stories – an exhibition in Flensburg
Nina Holsten, M. A., Simone Wörner, M. A., GWF-Ausstellungen, Konzept und Gestaltung, Germany
11.00–11.30 Defining Heritage: Artistic significance as a legal and cultural concept
Marius Müller, Dipl.-Jurist (Univ.), B. A. Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität in Bonn,
Germany
11.30–12.00 Search for universalism in regional narrative. The case of the new permanent exhibition in the
Upper Silesian Museum in Katowice
Leszek Jodliński, PhD Candidate in culture and etnology. M. A. in Art History and Public Policy,
Poland
12.00–13.00 Lunch
13.00–17.00 Tours in Hamburg

 

 

 
 

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