“Negotiating Cultural Heritage. Making, Sustaining, Breaking, Sharing” – Panel Discussion (Audio)

On 24 April 2017, more than 80 participants took part in our event entitled “Negotiating Cultural Heritage. Making, Sustaining, Breaking, Sharing” at the Bode Museum in Berlin.
Drawing on the discussions of the annual conference “Making, Sustaining, Breaking: The Politics of Heritage and Culture” in Heidelberg in October 2016, the event addressed the following questions: Who decides what constitutes cultural heritage? What does cultural heritage mean in different national and regional contexts? Who can claim it as theirs, and who decides how it is preserved, displayed, or restored? How to share cultural heritage?

Panel discussion participants: Hannah Baader (chair), Ralph Bodenstein, Monica Juneja, Stefan Weber and Gerhard Wolf (from left to right).


The conversation started off with an introductory session, followed by a WeberWorldCafé and was concluded by a panel discussion of four experts.

This panel discussion, chaired by Hannah Baader (Kunsthistorisches Institut Florenz/Art Histories), took up some of the main issues and questions raised in the table discussions during the WeberWorldCafé.


The panel featured


At the beginning, each panelist gave an opening statement, before engaging in a discussion with each another. You can now find the audio recordings of these statements and the ensuing debate in this entry on our sister-blog: TRAFO – Blog for Transregional Studies.



Max Weber Stiftung

The Max Weber Foundation promotes global research, focused on the areas of social sciences, cultural studies and the humanities. Our research is conducted at ten institutes in various countries across the globe with different and independent fields of focus. Through our globally operating institutes, we are able to contribute to the communication and networking between Germany and our host countries or regions. By promoting academic dialogue and merging academic and non-academic employees from several countries with different cultural backgrounds, the Max Weber Foundation is able to strengthen the internationalization of research.

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