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Critical Heritages: performing and representing identities in Europe

From 2016-04-01 to 2019-03-31, ongoing project | CoHERE Website

Project details

Total cost:

EUR 2 499 651,75

EU contribution:

EUR 2 499 651,75

Coordinated in:

United Kingdom

Call for proposal:

H2020-REFLECTIVE-SOCIETY-2015See other projects for this call

Funding scheme:

RIA - Research and Innovation action

Objective

Deliverables

  • WP1 stage 1 content for CCA

    WP1 first set of materials for CoHERE Critical Archive

  • DPC Plan

    Dissemination, publication and communication plan.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

Publications

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Coordinator

UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE
United Kingdom

EU contribution: EUR 825 420,50


KINGS GATE
NE1 7RU NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE
United Kingdom
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Participants

AARHUS UNIVERSITET
Denmark

EU contribution: EUR 192 927,50


NORDRE RINGGADE 1
8000 AARHUS C
Denmark
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UNIVERSITEIT VAN AMSTERDAM
Netherlands

EU contribution: EUR 157 992,50


SPUI 21
1012WX AMSTERDAM
Netherlands
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ETHNIKO KAI KAPODISTRIAKO PANEPISTIMIO ATHINON
Greece

EU contribution: EUR 184 211,25


6 CHRISTOU LADA STR
10561 ATHINA
Greece
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ISTANBUL BILGI UNIVERSITESI
Turkey

EU contribution: EUR 180 931,25


KAZIM KARABEKIR CAD 2/13 ISTANBUL ESKI SILAHTARAGA ELEKTRIK SANTRALI SANTRAISTANBUL KAMPUSU
34060 EYUP ISTANBUL
Turkey
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ALMA MATER STUDIORUM - UNIVERSITA DI BOLOGNA
Italy

EU contribution: EUR 160 961,25


VIA ZAMBONI 33
40126 BOLOGNA
Italy
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Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design
Denmark

EU contribution: EUR 232 470


TOLDBODGADE 37B
1253 KOBENHAVN
Denmark
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Activity type: Private for-profit entities (excluding Higher or Secondary Education Establishments)

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HERIOT-WATT UNIVERSITY
United Kingdom

EU contribution: EUR 234 286,25


Riccarton
EH14 4AS EDINBURGH
United Kingdom
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LATVIJAS KULTURAS AKADEMIJA
Latvia

EU contribution: EUR 150 411,25


LUDZAS IELA 24
LV1003 Riga
Latvia
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EUROPEES NETWERK CULTURELE CENTRA IVZW
Belgium

EU contribution: EUR 20 680


VAN OVERBEKELAAN 164
1083 BRUSSELS
Belgium
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MUZEUM HISTORII ZYDOW POLSKICH POLIN
Poland

EU contribution: EUR 79 617,50


UL. MORDECHAJA ANIELEWICZA 6
00 157 WARSZAWA
Poland
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STICHTING NATIONAAL MUSEUM VAN WERELDCULTUREN
Netherlands

EU contribution: EUR 79 742,50


STEENSTRAAT 1
2312 BS LEIDEN
Netherlands
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