Critical inquiry, arts-based methodologies and participatory approaches for sustainable heritage futures of industrial sites. XVIII TICCIH Congress Industrial heritage reloaded. New territories, changing culturescapes. Montreal Canada 28.08.2022 - 03.09.2022
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This session addresses a perpetuating disjunction between conceptualisation of heritage and heritage making in heritage studies vis-a-vis heritage management and conservation of industrial heritage sites. There is an inevitable impact of this disjunction on advancing policy in people- and place-centred approaches to heritage futures. This session aims to explore ways in which tangible and intangible traces of the past can be utilised creatively in shaping desirable places to dwell and work. How can we address re-placing the natural and social legacy in neglected urban settings of industrial heritage sites through assembling informal archives and experimenting with art, while engaging local communities in building more equitable futures?