World Heritage and Archaeology

 

Spain is one of the world's richest nations in terms of cultural property included on the UNESCO World Heritage List, in part thanks to archaeological scholarship and interpretation. Many of the pieces on display at the Archaeological Museum came from or are associated with World Heritage Sites and monuments, which is why we are eager to share and disseminate this legacy.

Organisers: UCM and MAN

 

Course
Thursday, 2 de octubre
Lecture Hall
18:30

 

The Archaeological Dimension of World Heritage: Seeking Improvements in Heritage Management

Alicia Castillo Mena, post-doctoral research fellow and lecturer in the Prehistory Department of the Complutense University of Madrid (UCM)

The following talk focusses on the challenges pending in heritage management, which have been the center of the research performed on the treatment of the archaeological dimension of World Heritage sites.

 

 

Premiere and Roud Table
Lecture Hall
17:30-20:00

 

Premiere of the documentary Un pasado con futuro. De la Arqueología al Patrimonio Mundial (A Past with a Future: From Archaeology to World Heritage).This documentary has been made as a result of a research project led by the Complutense University of Madrid. The sites displayed together with the interviews that appear are just a "small evidence" of the rich heritage existing in Spain, and as a consequence, of the importance that its proper management and use have in improving the life of the citizens.Followed by a round table with experts appearing in the film.

 

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