Cornerstone Heritage research cluster launch event
  • Room 108, Mast House

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Event programme

13.30–13.45: Introduction and overview of ‘Cornerstone Heritage’ – James
Daybell, History and Daniel Maudlin, History – session one

  • Diana Walters (International Museums and Heritage Consultant), ‘Working with
  • Heritage Organisations and Pathways to Impact’
  • Dan Godfrey (R&I), ‘Heritage Funding: AHRC and EU Grants’
  • Andrew Thompson (Heritage Consultant), ‘Tavistock World Heritage
  • Gateway’
14.45–15.00: tea

15.00–16.00: session two

  • Annika Bautz (English) and Bonnie Latimer (English), ‘Current Projects
  • in Nineteenth-Century Heritage Conservation in Plymouth’
  • Judith Rowbotham (law), ‘Interdisciplinarity Rules! Academics and Heritage
  • Projects’ Kim Stevenson (law), ‘Doing Crime Heritage: Applying the Rules’
  • Jonathan Mackintosh (history) ‘The Sounds of the Silenced:trans-national
  • storytelling & heritage’
  • Jameson Tucker (history), ‘Bosses, leaks, and sinful hats – the HLF project at
  • Ugborough Church’
16.00–17.00: session three

  • Charles Mansfield (tourism) ‘Identity – Place – Narrative – Archaeological
  • Topophonics’
  • Craig Newbery-Jones (law) ‘#CHITCHAT?: Crime, History and Institutions:
  • Trandisciplinary Conversations in Heritage, Art and Transmedia’
  • Duncan Williams (music), ‘Song collecting: Cultural thief or defender of the faith?’
  • Simon Lock (digital art and technology), ‘Digital Re-enactment’
  • James Brocklehurst (graphic communication), ‘Designing for locative narrative
  • apps in museums’

17.00 and beyond: wine reception and pay-as-you go dinner

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Cornerstone Heritage

Cornerstone Heritage is an interdisciplinary research initiative that brings together staff from across the University of Plymouth working in the field of Heritage (or how we live with the past today). 

'Live Projects' are at the heart of Cornerstone's activities. Live Projects engage with community groups and heritage organisations in the co-production of research-led heritage initiatives.

Find out more about the research initiative

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