Programme of the conference

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10 May 2018 (Thursday)

08:00 Registration and welcome coffee
09:00

Welcoming words

  • Benedek Varga, Director of Hungarian National Museum;
  • Neil Forbes, Associate Dean of Faculty of Arts & Humanities, Coventry University, REACH Project Co-ordinator; -Presentation
  • Gábor Sonkoly, Dean of Faculty of Humanities, Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE), REACH host member

09:25 Every past is our past: the museum in Fortepan photos - Presentation
András Török, Fortepan Online Photo Archive

09:30 The Societal Benefits of Publicly Engaged Archaeology -Presentation
Carenza Lewis, University of Lincoln
Q&A

10:30 Coffee break

11:00 Pilot on rural heritage
Facilitator: José Maria Civantos, University of Granada  Presentations:


12:00 Poster and Video session (pitches, 2-3 min each)

12:30 Lunch breack (buffet)

13:30 Pilot on small town heritage
Facilitator: Luďa Klusáková, Charles University  Presentations:


15:00 Coffee break

15:30 Round table on resilience and participation in Cultural Heritage: best practices
Participants:

  • Hana Havlůjová, History and History Didactics dept., Charles University -Presentation
  • Sándor Horváth, COURAGE, Institute of History, Hungarian Academy of Sciences
  • Francois Laquièze, Directeur de la mission Nice Patrimoine mondial - Presentation
  • John Tierney, Community Heritage Engagement, Eachtra Archaeological Projects Ltd - Presentation
  • Zsuzsanna Toronyi, Director of Hungarian Jewish Museum and Archives - Presentation

Moderator: Gábor Sonkoly, Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE)


17:00 Reception in Hungarian National Museum

19:00 Dinner at the restaurant.
Those participating are asked to confirm attendance when registering for the conference and to cover the costs themselves.
 

11 May 2018 (Friday)

09:00 Cultural Heritage Research - Horizons post 2020 - Presentation
Zoltán Krasznai, European Commission, Directorate General & Research
09:30 Is there a Crisis of Democracy? - Presentation
Wolfgang Merkel, Berlin Social Science Center

10:30 Coffee break

11:00 Pilot on institutional heritage
Facilitator: Monika Hagedorn-Saupe, Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation (SPK)  Presentations:


12:00 Poster and Video session (pitches, 2-3 min each)

12:30 Lunch breack (buffet)

13.30 Pilot on minority heritage
Facilitator: Eszter György, Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE)
Participants:

  • Melinda Rézműves - Roma Country House in Hodász
  • Tímea Junghaus - European Roma Institute for Arts and Culture
  • Zita Varga - Kesztyűgyár Community Centre

15:00 World Café on resilience and participation in Cultural Heritage: reflecting on social cohesion, social inequality, practice and theory
Facilitator: Antonella Fresa, Promoter SRLTwo groups of tables are proposed to be attended by the participants in the Conference.

  • Table1
    Social cohesion and social inequality 
    Chair: Alexandra Bitušíková, Vice-Rector for Research at Matej Bel University
  • Table2
    Resilience in practice, interconnectedness
    Chair: Hilmar Schäfer, Faculty of Social and Cultural Sciences, Viadrina European University

16:00 CultureLabs: recipes for social innovation in culture - Presentation
Eirini Kaldeli, National Technical University of Athens

16:30 Coffee break

16:45 Report from table chairs and first synthesis of the discussion
17:15 Concluding Remarks
Neil Forbes, Coventry University
After the conference, a manifesto summarising the key findings of the proceedings will be produced and circulated to the REACH network.

17:30 Networking session: how to work towards a longer-term sustainability of the network
The actual presentations of the individual projects will take place in the Poster/Video sessions and in the Poster session.

18.15 Cultural programme: Guided tour in 8th district

Parallel to the conference, and perfectly fitting the overall REACH focus on participatory approaches to culture and cultural heritage, a Europeana Collection Day is organized: conference participants and citizens are invited to share stories and memorabilia about their family origins and travels, celebrating the diversity and richness of the cultural heritage that is being passed on generation after generation.