Mapping Heritage: Book Project
Call for abstracts and papers is on for “Mapping Heritage: Critical Essays in Definitions, Methods, and Problems of Heritage.” Comparative Heritage invites the submission of abstracts of 200-250 (max) words. Essays will address definitional/methodological issues, and problems in the conceptualizations of “heritage” in cultural, political and social formations. Papers that address these issues through any multidisciplinary approaches shall receive prioritized considerations.
This is a collection of fifteen critical essays on heritage analytics as defined in the program summary statement of Comparative Heritage.
Who Can Submit?
Humanities Scholars and Social Scientists: Anthropology, Archaeology, Economics Cultural Linguistics, Geography
History, Law, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, Anthropologists, etc.
Practitioners: Cultural and/or professional practitioners (priests, government agencies, etc.)
Deadline: December 1st, 2018