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Critical Heritages: performing and representing identities in Europe

Deliverables

Final policy brochure

Final policy brochure, drawing together findings and recommendations from all the WPs.

WP2 Stage 2 content for CCA

CCA content stage 2 – Report on relationality of the past with political discourses in contemporary Europe with a specific focus on Germany, France, the Netherlands, Italy, Greece and Turkey. All personal data will be excluded from the deliverable. These data will be stored in a properly protected repository and only referenced in the deliverable.

WP6 Policy Brief

Policy brief on the research findings and recommendations of WP6

WP1 stage 1 content for CCA

WP1 first set of materials for CoHERE Critical Archive

WP3 Stage 3 content for CCA

report on main results of the collected data and their analyses

WP3 Policy Brief

Policy brief on European aspects of multicultural heritage festivals

WP1 Policy Brief

Policy brief on the research findings and recommendations of WP1

WP1 Stage 3 content for CCA

CCA content stage 3.

DPC Plan

Dissemination, publication and communication plan.

WP2 Policy Brief

Policy brief on the research findings and recommendations of WP2

WP4 Policy Brief

Policy brief on the research findings and recommendations of WP4

WP5 Policy Brief

Policy brief on the research findings and recommendations of WP5

WP6 Stage 2 content for CCA

Infographic maps picturing the historical evolution of foods as marker of identity at different level, as well as heritage.

WP2 Stage 1 content for CCA

CCA content stage 1 - Literature review of the ways in which the past is being used in political discourse; of the public representation of colonialism, as well as of the relationship between heritage, memory and race.

WP6 Stage 1 content for CCA

CCA content stage 1. Report on historical roots of the construction of food as heritage.

WP2 Stage 3 content for CCA

CCA content stage 3 – Report on colonial exhibits in European museums in relation to constructions of Europe, multiculture and social relations.

WP1 stage 2 content for CCA

CCA content stage 2.

WP5 Stage 2 content for CCA

CCA content stage 2: E-brochures aimed at key public groups, such as educators, museums, etc.

Data Management Plan version 1

Production of first draft version of the Data Management Plan

DMP version 2

Data Management Plan revised version.

WP4 Stage 3 video content for CCA

Ongoing video documentation of the processes and findings of the WP4 activities for the CCA. Documentation of outputs from expert interviews, workshops, exhibitions and installations will function jointly as dissemination media and ongoing reflexive documents that feed back into the practice orientated research methodology employed in WP4.

WP4 Stage 1 video content for CCA

Ongoing video documentation of the processes and findings of the WP4 activities for the CCA. Documentation of outputs from expert interviews, workshops, exhibitions and installations will function jointly as dissemination media and ongoing reflexive documents that feed back into the practice orientated research methodology employed in WP4.

launch of CoHERE Critical Archive

The CoHere Critical Archive (CCA) will form a dynamic digital repository and linking mechanism for critical essays, films and audio recordings, data files, case studies and profiles of practice-based research. This is based on the existing infrastructure of the MeLa Critical Archive (http://www.mela-project.eu/events/details/unfolding-the-mela-critical-archive), to which it will link. One purpose of the CCA is to bring online resources created for other projects, including EC-funded ones, into a network of interfaces and linked assets. Each WP will produce resources for the CCA from the outset, as the architecture for the Critical Archive exists and is already exploitable. This is different from the MeLa project where the architecture had to be designed and built during the project, meaning that the Critical Archive only began to be populated in the final stages of the project. Populating the CCA from the outset means that it can have an overtly dynamic, unfolding and evolving character, allowing it to register changes in thinking, contradictions and tensions, emerging areas and debates based on conjecture and forecasting related to notions of European heritage. CCA resources will be provided in various stages, and may include literature reviews, short case studies, films, links to other web-based resources, infographics etc., as well as linking to CoHERE online publications. The CCA will be ‘fronted’ by a CoHERE website that will be continue to be active for at least two years after the project to maximise impact; during this time it will include notifications, blogs and social media feeds as well as acting as a portal into the CCA. After the project the ‘front’ website will become an archived site within the CCA itself, detailing the achievements of the project.

CoHERE Visual Identity

Visual identity and branding to be designed and finalised, including website, logo, etc.

WP4 stage 2 video content for CCA

Ongoing video documentation of the processes and findings of the WP4 activities for the CCA. Documentation of outputs from expert interviews, workshops, exhibitions and installations will function jointly as dissemination media and ongoing reflexive documents that feed back into the practice orientated research methodology employed in WP4.

geostream application

A new application of http://geocontentstream.eu/geostream/resources.html, to reflect the terms of importance for research in CoHERE and a new geographical area. The app will be calibrated to data-mine a selection of project-related social media sources in a specific geographic location and according to content/keywords that are relevant to the CoHERE research. It will be delivered as an output to REA and project monitors based upon existing precedents, namely: (a) as an online demo, which will allow users to perform data-mining searches according to the geographical, content and date source parameters to be established through the research; (b) as a report, which will present and synthesize the results of the data-mining process at a given moment in time.

Interactive e-book

interactive e-book with activities, lesson plans and ideas to enrich curricula of primary, secondary and multicultural schools. The e-book could be interactive allowing educators to embed content.

WP5 Technological tools

Innovative technological tools for the transmission of heritage and European identities, such as Vid-Maps.

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Publications

From Place-Memories to Active Citizenship: The Potential of Geotagged User-Generated Content for Memory Scholarship

Author(s): Gabi Arrigoni, Areti Galani
Published in: Doing Memory Research - New Methods and Approaches, 2019, Page(s) 145-167
DOI: 10.1007/978-981-13-1411-7_8

The construction of belonging and Otherness in heritage events

Author(s): Cristina Clopot, Catherine McCullagh
Published in: Heritage and Festivals in Europe: Performing Identities, 2019
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.2615769

Classical heritage and European identities: the Danish case

Author(s): Lærke Maria Andersen Funder, Troels Myrup Kristensen, Vinnie Nørskov
Published in: Classical Heritage and European Identities: The Imagined Geographies of Danish Classicism, 2019, Page(s) 1-19
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.3471830

On the relationship between performance and intangible cultural heritage

Author(s): Simon McKerrell, Kerstin Pfeiffer
Published in: Heritage and Festivals in Europe: Performing Identities, 2019

European Capitals of Culture: Discourses of Europeanness in the cases of Valletta, Plovdiv and Galway

Author(s): Cristina Clopot, Katerina Strani
Published in: Heritage and Festivals in Europe: Performing Identities, 2019

Heritages, Identities and Europe: Exploring Cultural Forms and Expressions

Author(s): Ullrich Kockel, Máiréad Nic Craith, Cristina Clopot, Baiba Tjarve
Published in: Heritage and Festivals in Europe Performing Identities, 2019

Performing Scots-European Heritage, ‘For A’ That!’

Author(s): Mairi McFadyen, Máiréad Nic Craith
Published in: Heritage and Festivals in Europe Performing Identities, 2019

Commemorating vanished ‘homelands’: displaced Germans and their Heimat Europa

Author(s): Ullrich Kockel
Published in: Heritage and Festivals in Europe Performing Identities, 2019

" Ayhan Kaya and Chiara de Cesari (2019). ""Introduction,"" in Chiara de Cesari and Ayhan Kaya (eds.). European Memory in Populism: Representations of Self and Other. London: Routledge. "

Author(s): Ayhan Kaya and Chiara de Cesari
Published in: European Memory in Populism: Representations of Self and Other, 2019
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.2616102

Imagined Geography: Classical Antiquity in Danish Education and Heritage

Author(s): Troels Myrup Kristensen, Vinnie Nørskov
Published in: Geographical Literacy and European Heritage: A Challenging Convention in the Field of Education, 2018

Curating self-love? Museums, populists, and the colonial past

Author(s): Balkenhol, Markus; Modest, Wayne
Published in: European Memory in Populism: Representations of Self and Other, 2019
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.2619349

Negotiating contested heritages through theatre and storytelling

Author(s): Kerstin Pfeiffer, Magdalena Weiglhofer
Published in: Heritage and Festivals in Europe: Performing Identities, 2019

Sound Structure as Political structure in the European Folk Festival Orchestra La Banda Europa

Author(s): Simon McKerrell
Published in: Heritage and Festivals in Europe: Performing Identities, 2019

Comparative aspects of the Song and Dance Celebration of the Baltic countries in the context of nation branding processes

Author(s): Rūta Muktupāvela, Anda Laķe
Published in: Heritage and Festivals in Europe. Performing Identities, 2019

A Place at the Table? Food in museums as an 'Ersatz politics' of difficulty

Author(s): Susannah Eckersley
Published in: Food Heritage and Nationalism in Europe, 2019

Between appropriation and appropriateness: instrumentalizing dark heritage in populism and memory?

Author(s): Susannah Eckersley
Published in: European Memory in Populism: Representations of Self and Other, 2019

'A great bliss to keep the sensation of conquest alive!’ The emotional politics of the Panorama 1453 Museum in Istanbul

Author(s): Gonul Bozoglu
Published in: European Memory in Populism: Representations of Self and Other, 2019

Difficult heritage in Europe: paradoxical dimensions of time, place and memory

Author(s): Susannah Eckersley, Gonul Bozoglu
Published in: Dimensions of Heritage and Memory: Multiple Europes and the Politics of Crisis, 2019

Dimensions of European Heritage and Memory: a Framework Introduction

Author(s): Christopher Whitehead, Susannah Eckersley, Gonul Bozoglu, Mads Daugbjerg
Published in: Dimensions of Heritage and Memory: Multiple Europes and the Politics of Crisis, 2019

Final Thoughts: Dimensions of Heritage and Collectivity

Author(s): Christopher Whitehead, Gonul Bozoglu, Susannah Eckersley
Published in: Dimensions of Heritage and Memory: Multiple Europes and the Politics of Crisis, 2019

The Instruments of European Heritage

Author(s): Anthony Zito, Susannah Eckersley, Sam Turner
Published in: Dimensions of Heritage and Memory: Multiple Europes and the Politics of Crisis, 2019

Who is Europe? Staging the Making of Europe in Creative Documentary film

Author(s): Ian McDonald, Christopher Whitehead, Susannah Eckersley, Gonul Bozoglu, Mads Daugbjerg
Published in: Dimensions of Heritage and Memory: Multiple Europes and the Politics of Crisis, 2019

Edges and Centres: the Forcefields of European Heritage

Author(s): Christopher Whitehead, Mads Daugbjerg, Gonul Bozoglu
Published in: Dimensions of Heritage and Memory: Multiple Europes and the Politics of Crisis, 2019

Remapping European Heritage and Memory

Author(s): Christopher Whitehead, Gonul Bozoglu, Mads Daugbjerg
Published in: Dimensions of Heritage and Memory: Multiple Europes and the Politcs of Crisis, 2019

Reversion and Reprisal: the Allure of Going Back and the Negotiation of Historical Identities

Author(s): Mads Daugbjerg, Gonul Bozoglu, Christopher Whitehead
Published in: Dimensions of Heritage and Memory: Multiple Europes and the Politics of Crisis, 2019

Situating Belonging at the Intersection of Multi-scalar, Multi-dimensional, and Multi-directional Heritage: the Case of Post-industrial Communities in Gdańsk

Author(s): Katie Markham, Rhiannon Mason, Ramona Slusarczyk
Published in: Dimensions of Heritage and Memory: Multiple Europes and the Politics of Crisis, 2019

(Why) do Eurosceptics believe in a common European heritage?

Author(s): Chiara De Cesari, Ivo Bosilkov, Arianna Piacentini
Published in: European Memory in Populism: Representations of Self and Other, 2019
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.3470952

Woven into the oriental carpet: materializing the politics of resentment

Author(s): Luiza Bialasiewicz, Lora Sariaslan
Published in: European Memory in Populism: Representations of Self and Other, 2019
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.3470964

Mainstreaming of Right-Wing Populism in Europe

Author(s): Ayhan Kaya
Published in: Cultural Policy Yearbook 2017-2018: Cultural Policy and Populism, 2018
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.2616060

Populism as a neo-liberal form of governentality

Author(s): Ayhan Kaya
Published in: Geographical Literacy and European Heritage: A Challenging Convention in the Field of Education, 2018
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.2616412

Food Heritage and Nationalism in Europe

Author(s): Ilaria Porciani
Published in: Food Heritage and Nationalism in Europe, 2019
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.3470783

Heritage and Food History. A Critical Assessment

Author(s): Laura di Fiore
Published in: Food Heritage and Nationlism in Europe, 2019
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.3471282

Food and Locality. Heritagization and Commercial Use of the Past

Author(s): Paolo Capuzzo
Published in: Food Heritage and Nationalism in Europe, 2019
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.3470913

Conclusion. Careful with Heritage

Author(s): Ilaria Porciani
Published in: Food Heritage and Nationalism in Europe, 2019
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.3471059

In the Kitchens of ‘68. The Impact of Student Protest and Counter-Culture on Attitudes towards Food

Author(s): Marica Tolomelli
Published in: Food Heritage and Nationalism in Europe, 2019
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.3303361

A Taste for Diversity

Author(s): Massimo Montanari
Published in: Food Heritage and Nationalism in Europe, 2019
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.3303067

Populism and Heritage in Europe: Lost in Diversity and Unity (London: Routledge)

Author(s): Ayhan Kaya
Published in: Populism and Heritage in Europe:Lost in Diversity and Unity, Issue 1, 2019
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.3268792

Populism and Heritage: Lost in Diversity and Unity

Author(s): Ayhan Kaya
Published in: Populism and Heritage in Europe. Lost in Diversity and Unity, Issue 1, 2019
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.3268799

The Imagined Geographies of Collecting: Displaying Classical Antiquity in Danish Museums

Author(s): Funder, Lærke Maria Andersen; Kristensen, Troels Myrup; Nørskov, Vinnie
Published in: Classicla heritage and European Identities, 2019
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.3274915

" Classical Antiquity in the Danish Classroom: ""Oldtidskundskab"" as Heritage "

Author(s): Funder, Lærke Maria Andersen; Kristensen, Troels Myrup; Nørskov, Vinnie
Published in: Classical Heritage and European Identities, 2019
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.3274899

Becoming European: The Critical Heritage of Danish Classicism

Author(s): Funder, Lærke Maria Andersen; Kristensen, Troels Myrup; Nørskov, Vinnie
Published in: Classical Heritage and European Identities, 2019
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.3274954

Excavating a Wonder of the Ancient World: Danish Classicism in the Field

Author(s): Funder, Lærke Maria Andersen; Kristensen, Troels Myrup; Nørskov, Vinnie
Published in: Classical Heritage and European Identities, 2019
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.3274938

Comparative aspects of the Song and Dance Celebration of the Baltic countries in the context of nation branding processes

Author(s): Anda Laķe; Rūta Muktupāvela
Published in: Heritage and Festivals in Europe: Performing Identities, 2019
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.2613875

Bibliography “Food as Heritage”

Author(s): Laura Di Fiore
Published in: Storicamente, Issue 14, 2018, ISSN 1825-411X
DOI: 10.12977/stor696

Patrimoni di origine protetta. Le procedure di Food Labelling nelle istituzioni internazionali all’incrocio tra nazionale, globale e locale

Author(s): Laura Di Fiore
Published in: Storicamente, Issue 14, 2018, ISSN 1825-411X
DOI: 10.12977/stor692

Cibo come patrimonio. Un’introduzione

Author(s): Ilaria Porciani
Published in: Storicamente, Issue 14, 2018, ISSN 1825-411X
DOI: 10.12977/stor691

Museums of Europe: Tangles of Memory, Borders, and Race

Author(s): Chiara De Cesari
Published in: Museum Anthropology, Issue 40/1, 2017, Page(s) 18-35, ISSN 0892-8339
DOI: 10.1111/muan.12128

Right-wing populism and Islamophobism in Europe and their impact on Turkey–EU relations

Author(s): Ayhan Kaya
Published in: Turkish Studies, 2018, Page(s) 1-28, ISSN 1468-3849
DOI: 10.1080/14683849.2018.1499431

Doi.org/10.24241/AnuarioCIDOBInmi.2017

Author(s): Ayhan Kaya
Published in: 2017
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.2616030

European Heritage, Dialogue and Digital Practices

Author(s): Areti Galani, Gabi Arrigoni, Rhiannon Mason
Published in: Critical Heritages of Europe, 2019

E-Book: Education, Heritage and Identities in Europe: Understanding Europe's current predicaments

Author(s): Ayhan Kaya and Ayse Tecmen
Published in: 2018
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.2616328

E-Book Teachers Guide

Author(s): Ayhan Kaya and Ayse Tecmen
Published in: 2019
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.2616398

Geographical Literacy and European Heritage: A Challenging Convention in the Field of Education




Populism and Immigration in the European Union

Author(s): Ayhan Kaya
Published in: Anuario CIDOB de la Inmigración, Iss 2017, Pp 52-79 (2017), Issue 1, 2017
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.2616029

Critical Heritages Folk Oratorio 'Rivers of our Being'

Author(s): Valdis Muktupāvel; Ullrich Kockel
Published in: 2019
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.2616368

THE RELATIONS BETWEEN PUBLIC DIPLOMACY AND NATION BRANDS: AN INVESTIGATION OF NATION BRANDING IN TURKEY

Author(s): Ayşe Tecmen
Published in: 2018
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.3271770

European Union Institute Newsletter 11, Special Section Dedicated to the Project CoHERE

Author(s): Ayhan Kaya; Ayşe Tecmen
Published in: 2019
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.3271775