It’s hard to capture last weekend’s conference in a few words: a rich diversity of papers from international scholars, national heritage bodies, local community heritage groups, York students, staff and research associates.
The abstracts from papers are available here, and some comments and pictures speak for themselves.
‘…exploring new possibilities for this new era we are all experiencing’
‘…sharing expertise not expert roles’
‘Less emphasis on managing change, more on managing continuity through change…’
‘…negotiating the top down and bottom up, we need both’
‘…the variety of papers was brilliant’
Stefan Balici’s closing address for the conference was inspirational. To support the Rosia Montana campaign you can find out more here.