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Transmitting Contentious Cultural Heritages with the Arts: From Intervention to Co-Production

Deliverables

Video documentation of participatory Opera in Dordolla

Within WP4 a participatory Opera in Dordolla, a little village in the Alps, is planned where all the inhabitants are part of. A video documentation will be made and submitted.

TRACES Magazine

Release of the first issue of the Magazine.

Online-catalogue of Peć

In the economically troubled area of the Dreiländereck / Peć various actions/installations will take place and also result in an online-catalogue.

Questionnaire

Collaboratively assembled questionnaire for self-assessment of cross-disciplinary teams.

Contentious Heritage Manual

Contentious Heritage Manual

Exhibition CCP3: report

The report will include the exhibition programme, data, and images about the exhibtion related to CCP3. CCP3 will contribute to the understanding of the representation of death in the process of identity making in Slovenia through the development of a public presentation. (Responsible partner: Domestic Research Society)

Printed summary for stakeholders

A printed summary of the different heritages unearthed during fieldwork will be delivered to stakeholders, including residents of the affected communities, citizens groups and local institutions. Depending on local needs, this summary will emphasize either visualisation (poster), text (brochure) or both.

Final event: summary report

Report of the final public event aimed at illustrating and disseminating the overall outcomes of the project. The event will include also a conference organised in collaboration with University Oslo The event will include a conference (organized in collaboration with WP2 andUniversity Oslo (P4) and a final exhibition organized in collaboration with WP1. The report will include the programme of the event, a summary of its core topics, data and other materials such as flyers, press release, etc.

Exhibition CCP2: report

The report will include the exhibition programme, data, and images about the exhibtion related to CCP2. CCP2 will create an exhibition wich will lead to a permanent change of “vernacular Holocaust art” status within ethnographic collections, as well as within a broader discourse on the “art and the Holocaust”. (Responsible partner: Uniwersytet Jagielloński).

Final Exhibition: report

Report including conference programme and images from the final exhibition. This will be an exhibition on arts-based research methods for dealing with contentious cultural heritage. The exhibition will be fed by the artistic outcomes/exhibtions of the CCPs and will be organised within the Project final event.

Exhibition CCP4: report

The report will include the exhibition programme, data, and images about the exhibtion related to CCP4. CCP4 will launch an exhibition of the artistic research project in Edinburgh, to explore the philosophical, aesthetic, historical and scientific implications of collections of human remains. (Responsible partner: University of Edinburgh)

Midterm workshop: summary report

Report on the Midterm workshop including programme, summary of thee issue discussed and other details. The midterm workshop will be a moment aimed at presenting the in-progress development of the project, as well as at gathering further stimuli for the research activities through debate and exchange with scholars, museum practitioners, cultural operators and policy makers.

Workshop Edinburgh: Summary Report

Report on the workshop on human remains in collections. The workshop will focus on different attitudes and voices regarding such sensitive collections (i.e. voices of communities who might want to have their ancestral remains returned and buried, theoreticians who develop recommendations for ethical questions, scientist who work with human remains,...), and its results results will also nurture the CCP4 exhibition (see D1.3). Responsible partner: University of Edinburgh

Kick-off Meeting: summary report

Summary report of the Kick-off Meeting including programme of the event, data, images, and dissemination materials.

Naming of Ethical Advisory board

Until M3 and with support of WP5 we want to set up an ethical advisory board which is available for questions, discussions and advice concerning ethical issues of the topics touched within the project. Members will also be invited to contribute to the workshop of WP5 on ethical issues concerning contentious collections.

Minutes of local workshop for stakeholders and experts

The stakeholder workshop in Brixton will bring together members of different communities affected by urban renewal, to reflect together on contentious heritages using creative means such a graphic design or story-telling. Potential participants are local artists, musicians, graphic designers and cultural workers as well as citizens' community groups. Brixton Black Cultural Archives will be invited.

Workshop Berlin: Summary Report

The workshop will be held in collaboration with WP3 on museology aspects of contentious cultural heritage for all WP5 related CCPs and stakeholders. Responsible partner: UBER

Educational material for learning with ethnographic collections (results action research with the Weltkulturen Museum Frankfurt)

The action research programme will result in materials to be used in learning programmes at the Weltkulturen Museum, with possibilities of methodological transfer to further institutions.

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Publications

"TRACES fanzine 01# Snapshots"

Author(s): Francesca Lanz (ed.)
Published in: TRACES Journal, Issue 01, 2016, Page(s) 16, ISSN 2531-4858

Contentious Objects/Ashamed Subjects. Suzana Milevska, ed. Exhibition Catalogue, Galleria del Progetto, Politecnico di Milano, Milan, 18 January - 6 February, 2019.

Author(s): Suzana Milevska, Azra Akšamija, Răzvan Anton, Julie Dawson, Alexandra Toma, Damijan Kracina, Alenka Pirman, Jani Pirnat, Marko Jenko, Janez Polajnar, Marijan Rupert, Tal Adler, Linda Fibiger, John Harris, Joan Smith, Anna Szöke, Maria Teschler-Nicola, Martin Krenn, Aisling O’Beirn, Sabine Bitter, Jeff Derksen, Helmut Weber, Rena Rädle, Vladan Jeremić, Alfred Ullrich, Sasha Huber, Erica Lehr
Published in: 2019, ISSN 2531-4858

Hamm, Marion and Klaus Schönberger (eds.). 2019. Contentious Heritages and Arts: A Critical Companion.

Author(s): Marion Hamm, Klaus Schönberger, Razvan Anton, Julie Dawson, Alexandra Toma, Erica Lehrer, Roma Sendyka, Wojciech Wilczyk, Madgalena Zych, Alenka Pirman, Jani Pirnat, John Harries, Tal Adler, Aisling O’Beirn, Martin Krenn, Leone Contini, Nora Landkammer, Karin Schneider, Sharon Macdonald, Ute Holfelder, Arnd Schneider, Suzana Milevska, Melanie Proksch, Anna Szöke, Stephanie Endter, Regina Römh
Published in: 2019

Schneider, Arnd ed. (2019). Art, Anthropology, and Contested Heritage: Ethnographies of TRACES. London: Bloomsbury

Author(s): Arnd Schneider, Leone Contini, Matei Bellu, Razvan Anton, Katarzyna Maniak, Roma Sendyka, Erica Lehrer, Magdalena Zych, Wojciech Wilczyk, Blaz Bajic, Alenka Pirman, Jani Pirnat, Aglaja Kempinski, John Harries, Tal Adler, Laura McAtackney, Aisling O'Brien, Martin Krenn
Published in: 2019

"TRACES fanzine #04 Snapshots"

Author(s): Lanz, Francesca (ed.)
Published in: TRACES Journal, Issue 04, 2017, Page(s) 16, ISSN 2531-4858

"TRACES fanzine #05 Special Issue – A Research Beacon"

Author(s): Lanz, Francesca (ed.)
Published in: TRACES Journal, Issue 05, 2018, Page(s) 16, ISSN 2531-4858

"TRACES fanzine #03 Insights"

Author(s): Lanz, Francesca (ed.)
Published in: TRACES Journal, Issue 03, 2017, Page(s) 16, ISSN 2531-4858

"TRACES Journal #06 Insights Issue"

Author(s): Lanz, Francesca (ed.)
Published in: TRACES Journal, Issue 06, 2018, Page(s) 16, ISSN 2531-4858

"TRACES fanzine #09 Dialogue Issue – Objects, Paths, Stories"

Author(s): Lanz, Francesca (ed.)
Published in: TRACES Journal, Issue 09, 2019, Page(s) 16, ISSN 2531-4858

"TRACES fanzine #07 Snapshots Issue – Dead Images"

Author(s): Lanz, Francesca (ed.)
Published in: TRACES Journal, Issue 07, 2018, Page(s) 16, ISSN 2531-4858

"TRACES fanzine #08 Insights Issue – Bel Suol d’Amore"

Author(s): Lanz, Francesca (ed.)
Published in: TRACES Journal, Issue 08, 2018, Page(s) 16, ISSN 2531-4858

Ehtnografisches und künstlerisches Forschen – von der Kooperation zur Ko-Produktion

Author(s): Holfelder, Ute; Schönberger, Klaus; Hengartner, Thomas; Schenker, Christoph eds.
Published in: 2018

Patrimoni inattesi: Riusare per valorizzare

Author(s): Lanz, Francesca ed.
Published in: 2018

"TRACES fanzine 02# Dialogue"

Author(s): Francesca Lanz Chris Whitehead Michela Bassanelli (eds.)
Published in: TRACES Journal, Issue 02, 2017, Page(s) 16, ISSN 2531-4858

Communities of Implication

Author(s): Lehrer, Erica
Published in: TRACES Journal, Issue 05, 2018, ISSN 2531-4858

No Place like Home: Domestication and Public Space Appropriation in Post-Soviet Countries

Author(s): Leveratto, Jacopo
Published in: TRACES online, Issue 04, 2018, ISSN 2531-7083

Contientious Heritage

Author(s): Macdonald, Sharon
Published in: TRACES Journal, Issue 05, 2018, ISSN 2531-4858

Participatory Art

Author(s): Milevska, Suzana
Published in: TRACES Journal, Issue 05, 2018, ISSN 2531-4858

Liminal Portraits: Stories from the Margins

Author(s): Dawson, Julie; Anton, Razvan
Published in: TRACES online, Issue 04, 2017, ISSN 2531-7083

Creative Co-production

Author(s): Adler, Tal
Published in: TRACES Journal, Issue 05, 2018, ISSN 2531-4858

National Borders as Contact Zones: Questioning a European Cohesion

Author(s): Colombo, Cristina F.
Published in: TRACES Journal, Issue 04, 2017, ISSN 2531-4858

Erased Traces: The Importance of Place

Author(s): Bassanelli, Michela
Published in: TRACES online, Issue 03, 2017, ISSN 2531-7083

Performativity

Author(s): Hamm, Marion
Published in: TRACES online, Issue 05, 2018, ISSN 2531-7083

Participatory Art

Author(s): Milevska, Suzana
Published in: TRACES online, Issue 05, 2018, ISSN 2531-7083

From ‘Heritage Communities’ to ‘Communities of Implication’

Author(s): Lehrer, Erica
Published in: TRACES online, Issue 05, 2018, ISSN 2531-7083

Reflexive Europeanization, or: Makings of Europe

Author(s): Römhild, Regina
Published in: TRACES Journal, Issue 05, 2018, ISSN 2531-4858

Caduca, or es(cheat)ed heritage

Author(s): Sendyka, Roma
Published in: TRACES online, Issue 05, 2018, ISSN 2531-7083

Orphan Heritage: Caducus

Author(s): Sendyka, Roma
Published in: TRACES Journal, Issue 05, 2018, ISSN 2531-4858

Squaring The Circle: Some thoughts on tracing the remains of Long Kesh/Maze prison in Northern Ireland

Author(s): Krenn, Martin; O’Beirn, Aisling
Published in: TRACES Journal, Issue 06, 2018, ISSN 2531-4858

‘...but we brought it back...’: Objects, Paths, Stories

Author(s): Anton, Razvan; Dawson, Julie; Toma, Alexandra
Published in: TRACES Journal, Issue 09, 2019, ISSN 2531-4858

Dead Images

Author(s): Adler, Tal; Szöke, Anna; Harries, John; Fibiger, Linda; Smith, Joan; Teschler-Nicola, Maria
Published in: TRACES Journal, Issue 07, 2018, ISSN 2531-4858

Cities, the Built Environment and Difficult Heritages

Author(s): Lanz, Francesca
Published in: CAMOC – Museum of Cities Review, Issue 01/2018, 2018, Page(s) 14-16, ISSN 2520-2472

The Museum as a Site of Unlearning: Materials and Reflections on Museum Education at the Weltkulturen Museum

Author(s): Endter, Stephanie; Landkammer, Nora; Schneider, Karin
Published in: TRACES online, Issue 06, 2018, ISSN 2531-7083

Kultur als Untersuchungsgegenstand und als heuristische Kategorie der Gesellschaftsanalyse. Prolegomena zu einer Kulturanalyse der Alpen-Adria-Regio

Author(s): Schönberger, Klaus
Published in: Österreichische Zeitschrift für Volkskunde, Issue 01/2018, 2019, Page(s) 33-38, ISSN 0029-9669

Exposure: the ethics of making, sharing and displaying photographs of human remains

Author(s): John Harries, Linda Fibiger, Joan Smith, Tal Adler, Anna Szöke
Published in: Human Remains and Violence: An Interdisciplinary Journal, Issue 4/1, 2018, Page(s) 3-24, ISSN 2054-2240
DOI: 10.7227/hrv.4.1.2

Re-Inhabiting. Thoughts on the Contribution of Interior Architecture to Adaptive Intervention: People, Places, and Identities

Author(s): Francesca Lanz
Published in: Journal of Interior Design, Issue 43/2, 2018, Page(s) 3-10, ISSN 1071-7641
DOI: 10.1111/joid.12121

Arts of witness or Awkward objects? Vernacular art as a source base for ‘bystander’ Holocaust memory in Poland

Author(s): Erica Lehrer, Roma Sendyka
Published in: Holocaust Studies, Issue 25/3, 2019, Page(s) 300-328, ISSN 1750-4902
DOI: 10.1080/17504902.2019.1567667

New Commemoration Practices of Contested Heritages

Author(s): Michela Bassanelli
Published in: TRACES online, Issue 01, 2016, ISSN 2531-7083

“In Schwebe – Vse Lebdi – In Sospeso”: The Different Dimensions of Art Projects

Author(s): Marion Hamm
Published in: TRACES online, Issue 01, 2016, ISSN 2531-7083

Awkward Objects of Genocide: The Holocaust and Vernacular Arts in and beyond Polish Ethnographic Museums

Author(s): Lehrer, Erica; Sendyka, Roma; Zych, Magdalena; Wilczyk, Wojciech
Published in: TRACES online, Issue 01, 2016, ISSN 2531-7083

Colourful Revolution as Monumentomachia: A Participatory Institutional Critique of the Cultural Policy Regarding Cultural Heritage in Macedonia

Author(s): Suzana Milevska
Published in: TRACES online, Issue 01, 2016, ISSN 2531-7083

Research on Educational Approaches to Contentious Cultural Heritage

Author(s): Schneider, Karin; Landkammer, Nora
Published in: TRACES online, Issue 01, 2016, ISSN 2531-7083

National Museums and National Identity: Interview with Peter Aronson

Author(s): Aronson, Peter; Lanz, Francesca; Whitehead, Christopher; Bassanelli, Michela
Published in: TRACES online, Issue 02, 2017, ISSN 2531-7083

Museums in an Age of Migrations: Interview with Luca Basso Peressut

Author(s): Basso Peressut, Luca; Lanz, Francesca; Whitehead, Christopher; Bassanelli, Michela
Published in: TRACES online, Issue 02, 2017, ISSN 2531-7083

Agonistic Memory: Interview with Stefan Berger, Anna Cento Bull and Hans Lauge Hansen

Author(s): Berger, Stefan; Cento Bull, Anna; Lauge Hansen, Hans; Lanz, Francesca; Whitehead, Christopher; Bassanelli, Michela
Published in: TRACES online, Issue 02, 2017, ISSN 2531-7083

Competing Memories: Interview with Rob van der Laarse

Author(s): van der Laarse, Rob; Lanz, Francesca; Whitehead, Christopher; Bassanelli, Michela
Published in: TRACES online, Issue 02, 2017, ISSN 2531-7083

Reappropriation: Interview with Gennaro Postiglione

Author(s): Postiglione, Gennaro; Lanz, Francesca; Whitehead, Christopher; Bassanelli, Michela
Published in: TRACES online, Issue 02, 2017, ISSN 2531-7083

Performative Heritage: Interview with Klaus Schönberger

Author(s): Schönberger, Klaus; Lanz, Francesca; Whitehead, Christopher; Bassanelli, Michela
Published in: TRACES online, Issue 02, 2017, ISSN 2531-7083

Spatialising Trauma: Interview with Patrizia Violi

Author(s): Violi, Patrizia; Lanz, Francesca; Whitehead, Christopher; Bassanelli, Michela
Published in: TRACES online, Issue 02, 2017, ISSN 2531-7083

Critical Heritage: Interview with Christopher Whitehead

Author(s): Whitehead, Christopher; Lanz, Francesca; Bassanelli, Michela
Published in: TRACES online, Issue 02, 2017, ISSN 2531-7083

The Lack and its ‘Supplement’: Visible Monuments, Intolerable Violence

Author(s): Milevska, Suzana
Published in: Open Studio, 2016

Curating Polish Folk

Author(s): Lehrer, Erica
Published in: Political Critique, 2016

Spaces without the Bodies: Beyond Representation of Militant Events and Images

Author(s): Milevska, Suzana
Published in: Front, Field, Line, Plane. Researching the Militant Image, 2016, Page(s) 50-80

Gedächnisverlust, Trauma und das Erhabene: Die Unsichtbaren Grenzbreiche das Rassismus in der Vissuelen Kultur

Author(s): Milevska, Suzana
Published in: Erinnerungsorte in Bewegung. Zur Neugestaltung des Gedenkens an Orten nationalsozialisticher Verbrechen, 2016, Page(s) 237-259

The Renaming Machine in the Balkans as a Strategy of ‘Accumulation by Dispossession’

Author(s): Milevska, Suzana
Published in: EU, Europe Unfinished Mediating Europe and the Balkans in a Time of Crisis, 2016

Building fragile trust. A time-lapsed conversation

Author(s): Schneider, Karin;O’Beirn, Aisling; Krenn, Martin; Landkammer, Nora
Published in: Contentious Heritages and Arts. A Critical Companion, 2019

Relations between learning, and arts and knowledge production in Creative Co-Productions

Author(s): Schneider, Karin; Landkammer, Nora
Published in: Contentious Heritages and Arts. A Critical Companion, 2019

Transition Points in Museum Education: Moments of Research and Politicisation in Teaching about History

Author(s): Schneider, Karin
Published in: Contentious Heritages and Arts. A Critical Companion, 2019

Enquiring with School Students into the Ownership and Restitution of Cultural Heritage: Museum Education and Non-Knowledge

Author(s): Landkammer, Nora
Published in: Contentious Heritages and Arts. A Critical Companion, 2019

Conflict Learning: Concepts for understanding interactions around contentious heritages

Author(s): Schneider, Karin; Landkammer, Nora
Published in: Contentious Heritages and Arts. A Critical Companion, 2019

Action research in education at Weltkulturen Museum Frankfurt

Author(s): Landkammer, Nora; Schneider, Karin; Endter Stephanie
Published in: Contentious Heritages and Arts. A Critical Companion, 2019

«Ich muss sagen, dass ich als Nachfahre von Tätern sehr stolz bin, auf diesem Foto zu sein.» Aspekte von Vermittlung und Kommunikation im fotografischen Kunstforschungsprojekt «Freiwillige Teilnahme/Voluntary Participation» von Tal Adler

Author(s): Schneider, Karin; Adler, Tal
Published in: Kunst und Ethnografie – zwischen Kooperation und Ko-Produktion? Anziehung – Abstossung – Verwicklung: Epistemische und methodologische Perspektiven, 2018, Page(s) 149 – 170

Ehtnografisches und künstlerisches Forschen – von der Kooperation zur Ko-Produktion

Author(s): Holfelder, Ute; Schönberger, Klaus
Published in: Kunst und Ethnografie – zwischen Kooperation und Ko-Produktion? Anziehung – Abstossung – Verwicklung: Epistemische und methodologische Perspektiven, 2018, Page(s) 7-20

Dead Images: Facing the history, ethics and politics of European skull collections

Author(s): Adler, Tal; Harries, John
Published in: Contentious Heritages and Arts. A Critical Companion, 2019

The Creative Co-production

Author(s): Adler, Tal
Published in: Contentious Heritages and Arts. A Critical Companion, 2019

Disposing of dead images: reflections on contentious heritage as toxic waste

Author(s): Harries, John; Adler, Tal; Kempinski, Aglaia
Published in: Art, Anthropology, and Contested Heritage: Ethnographies of TRACES, 2019

Artistic Upgrade

Author(s): Pirman, Alenka; Domestic Research Society
Published in: Art, Anthropology, and Contested Heritage: Ethnographies of TRACES, 2019

Framing Faces: A Conversation between Răzvan Anton and Julie Dawson of CCP1

Author(s): Anton, Razvan; Dawson, Julie
Published in: Art, Anthropology, and Contested Heritage: Ethnographies of TRACES, 2019

Heritage Traces, Differences, and Futures: New Research Approaches to Heritage and Society

Author(s): Macdonald, Sharon
Published in: Heritage and Society, 2019

Landscapes of Memories: Wide narrations on Contentious Heritages

Author(s): Colombo, Cristina F.
Published in: Heritage and Society, 2019

Dispersed Presence: Long Kesh/Maze Prison, its Artefacts as Catalysts of Testimon

Author(s): Krenn, Martin; O’Beirn, Aisling
Published in: Art, Anthropology, and Contested Heritage: Ethnographies of TRACES, 2019

Architectural traces and/as contentious heritage: the case of former prisons

Author(s): Lanz, Francesca
Published in: Heritage and Society, 2019

Reflexive Europeanization: Europe in the making of global entanglements

Author(s): Römhild, Regina
Published in: Contentious Heritages and Arts. A Critical Companion, 2019

In Search of the Individual Story

Author(s): Szöke, Anna
Published in: Contentious Heritages and Arts. A Critical Companion, 2019

Contentious Collections, Contentious Heritage

Author(s): Macdonald, Sharon
Published in: Contentious Heritages and Arts. A Critical Companion, 2019

Artistic Upgrade: Impossible Attempt to Harness the Spectacle

Author(s): Pirman, Alenka, and Domestic Research Society
Published in: Contentious Heritages and Arts. A Critical Companion, 2019

Communities Past and Present: An Old Synagogue Brings New Life to a Town

Author(s): Toma, Alexandra
Published in: Contentious Heritages and Arts. A Critical Companion, 2019

Absence as Heritage: Examining Jewish Legacies in Mediaș, Transylvania

Author(s): Dawson, Julie
Published in: Contentious Heritages and Arts. A Critical Companion, 2019

Fading Studies at the House by the Synagogue, 2016-2018

Author(s): Anton, Razvan
Published in: Contentious Heritages and Arts. A Critical Companion, 2019

The Burdocks of Klettengasse: Reflecting on Presence in Mediaș, Transylvania

Author(s): Dawson, Julie
Published in: Contentious Heritages and Arts. A Critical Companion, 2019

Ambiente costruito, heritage e adaptive reuse

Author(s): Lanz, Francesca
Published in: Patrimoni inattesi: Riusare per valorizzare, 2018, Page(s) 09-33

Opere d’arte contemporanea in un ex carcere: Il caso del castello di Rajhenburg

Author(s): Pirman, Alenka
Published in: Patrimoni inattesi: Riusare per valorizzare, 2018

La quadratura del cerchio: Riflessioni sulle tracce dei resti del carcere di Long Kesh/Maze nell’Irlanda del Nord

Author(s): Krenn, Martin; O’Beirn, Aisling
Published in: Patrimoni inattesi: Riusare per valorizzare, 2018, Page(s) 137-165

Il fascino perturbante dell’architettura carceraria

Author(s): Basso Peressut, Luca
Published in: Patrimoni inattesi: Riusare per valorizzare, 2018, Page(s) 35-67

Domestication as Pacification: Public Space Design in Post-Soviet Countries

Author(s): Leveratto, Jacopo
Published in: Reinventing Eastern Europe: Imaginaries, Identities and Transformations, 2019

Casting of Death

Author(s): Domestic Research Society
Published in: Art, Anthropology, and Contested Heritage: Ethnographies of TRACES, 2019