Dialogues on the relationship between memory, herit
The 29th annual AEMI meeting takes place from 2 to 5 october 2019 in the Red Star Line Museum in Antwerp/ Belgium.
Amongst heritage professionals and policymakers there is a growing awareness that culture and cultural heritage can be employed to meet the challenges of integrating migrants and refugees into society by means of participation. Through participative initiatives and encouraging active involvement from all social groups, integration can be understood as a process of mutual understanding of each other’s past and present, culture and environment. More and more research and heritage institutions take up a role in safeguarding ‘migrating’ memories and cultural heritage.
The conference is designed to encourage provocative dialogue across the fullest range of disciplines and institutions. During the conference there will be a mix of presentations: papers, poster presentations, discussions and workshops.
Please see latest information on the conference website of the Red Star Line Museum.
You can find the conference program here.
Please download the program as pdf-file here.
- Please register for the conference before September 1st by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- If you are looking for a place to stay, you can book a room in one of the conference hotels
- You can download international travel directions here.