Skip to 0 minutes and 13 seconds How do cities manage the cultural heritage of their diverse communities? How can cultural heritage labels and city networks help promote cultural diversity? Are museums, libraries, and art galleries only spaces for conservation, or can they be spaces for conversation among different cultures? In this course, we will look at the challenges that diverse cultural heritage poses to city governance as well as the strategies developed to turn it into an asset.
Skip to 0 minutes and 44 seconds Together with a team of international researchers and experts and through a number of interesting case studies, we will walk you through cities– for example, Bristol and Johannesburg– that have come to terms with cultural diversity and their difficult past, or cities like New York and London, but also Cologne and George Town in Malaysia, where immigration has played a key role in designing their profile. We will also look at cities such as Singapore and Doha that have turned diversity into an outlook for branding themselves as global cultural hubs. Are you studying archaeology or tourism? Are you working on cultural or heritage projects? Are you simply interested in learning more about this topic? Then don’t miss this opportunity.
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