Heritage and Museums: Ethics & Values May 13 in Warwick

I’ve been forwarded on information about a super networking project at Warwick in two weeks:

Heritage & Museums: Values, Ethics and Communities

Clive Gray and Charlotte Woodhead of the University of Warwick, UK cordially invite you to the second of our roundtable discussions – this time on the topic of Ethics and Communities. These sessions aim to bring together academics and practitioners from the museums and heritage sector to identify and discuss some of the core questions faced in practice.

This free event on +Tuesday 13th May 2014 comprises a series of brief presentations showing contrasting viewpoints on particular aspect of ethics. This will be followed by the opportunity to discuss the implication of these for the development of more specific research networks with a view to identifying key issues of concern to develop into innovative research initiatives. Full details can be found on the project website (details of which are set out below).

Speakers include: Jonathan Ferguson (Royal Armouries), Kathryn Walker-Tubb (University College London), Janet Ulph (University of Leicester), Mike Robinson (Ironbridge Institute for Cultural Heritage, University of Birmingham) and Vikki McCall (Stirling University).

The roundtable discussion will take place at the University of Warwick on +Tuesday 13th May 2014  (all day event). If you would like to attend this event (there is no charge to attend and there is even a complimentary lunch!) please complete our online form to reserve a place so that we can make appropriate catering arrangements.

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