Lista prelegentów

Andrysiak Joanna, POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews, In Search of a Proper Form. On Warsaw and Paris monuments to Shoah victims.
Chalcraft Jasper, University of Sussex (UK), Culture Mess: Retangling Europe's Pasts.
Costache Dragos C., Stockholm University - Dept. of Social Anthropology, “Romanians are Coming”: The Importance and Importing of Ethnic Conflicts in Problematic Migrant Portrayals.
Crawford Peter I., Jan Ketil Simonsen, University of Aarhus & University of Trondheim, Pata Negra. A Social and Cultural, and Visual Biography of the Iberian Pig.
Cubero Carlo, Tallinn University, Creative Heritage: The (Re)making of African Heritage in Europe & Vice-Versa.
Danilewicz Anna, Centrum im. Ludwika Zamenhofa, MEDIATEKA CLZ – Social Project and Audio-Visual Chronicle of the City.
Dunin-Wąsowicz Roch, LSE European Institute, Europeana: Thinking Common European Cultural Heritage?
Fischer-Møller Knud, NAFA, Mumming and Controlled Transgression: Twelfth Night as intangible cultural heritage and performance.
Fontana Erica, Ph.D. Candidate, University of California, San Diego, Photographs as Objects in the Narrative Museum.
Grossman Alyssa, University of Gothenburg, Inadvertent Heritage': Forgotten Objects in Post-communist Romania.
Janus Aleksandra, Jagiellonian University, The Politics of Difficult Heritage and the Museum Practice.
Jodlinski Leszek, Slezske zemske muzeum, Opava, The German Heritage - The Issue That Still Divides? Case Study of the Original Permanent Exhibition in Silesian Museum in Katowice.
Katriel Tamar, University of Haifa, Central Europe in the Galilee: Cultural Legacies in Vernacular Museums.
Klekot Ewa, Institute of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology, University of Warsaw, Visualizing the Intangible.
Leaha Mihai Andrei, CEVA - Center for Visual and Anthropological Education, The Meaning of Cultural Transmission and the Transmission of Meaning.
Leder Andrzej, Institute of Philosophy and Sociology of the Polish Academy of Sciences, Signes, Social Imaginaries and the Imperative of Empathy.
Malewska-Szałygin Anna, Institute of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology, University of Warsaw, Mass Media and Common-Sense Knowledge in the Villages of the Podhale Region. Lessons for Cultural Diversity Education.
Mankova Petia, UIT The Arctic University of Norway, Under the Lens Pressure: the Making and Appropriating of Cultural Distinctiveness in the Northwestern Corner of Russia.
Musalkova Johana, University of Oxford, Collective Amnesia as a Solution to Difficult Heritage: a Case Study of Politics of Commemoration in Czech Silesia.
Pohrib Codruta Alina, Maastricht University, Documenting Romanian Things: Sociobiographical Objects on Film.
Prins Janine, Waag Society, Redesigning Cultural Heritage for the Web 3.0 era.
Runnel Pille, research director, Estonian National Museum, Rethinking Audiovisual Collecting at the Estonian National Museum.
Sebestyen Monica, The Ion Mincu University of Architecture and Urbanism, Bucharest, Some Problematics Regarding the “Heritage” of the Communist Period.
Sørensen Tonje Haugland, University of Bergen, A Place of Worship Turned Museum - Reflections of Hagia Sophia’s Intangible Heritage.
Stanivukovic Senka Neuman, James Leigh, University of Groningen, Tito’s Legacy in Former Yugoslavia - between Memory and Oblivion.
Sundsvold Bente, University of Tromsø, VCS, Commodification of Cultural Diversity and Authenticity.
Szabó Árpád Töhötöm, Veraart Ralph, NAFA, Culture and Nature in Transylvania: Past and Future.
Kosmala Katarzyna, Anna Sznajder, University of the West of Scotland, Reinterpreting Post-Socialist Spaces – Women, Heritage and Bobbin Laces in Bobowa, Southern Poland.
Zarycki Tomasz, Institute for Social Studies, University of Warsaw, Rejection of the Communist Past as a Part of the Civic Moral Code.