Negotiating Cultural Heritage: Tweet Gallery

You missed the last WeberWorldCafé „Negotiating Cultural Heritage“ in Berlin? You still want to read up on the different topics discussed in the Bode-Museum? We got you: in our Tweet Gallery you can find the best quotes and pictures of our event and explore various approaches to cultural heritage.

Bode‐Museum – Staatliche Museen zu Berlin


Part I: Introductory Session

The event started off with a Welcoming Address by Andreas Scholl (Stiftung Preußischer Kulturbesitz), Barbara Mittler (Cluster Asia and Europe, Heidelberg/Forum Transregionale Studien, Berlin) and Hannah Baader (KHI Florenz/Art Histories, Berlin) to open the conversation.


Part II: WeberWorldCafé

The event continued with a WeberWorldCafé at the Museumscafé of the Bode-Museum that featured nine tables, each representing different aspects of and approaches to cultural heritage.

Image taken at the Digitizing Cultural Heritage table, hosted by Solveig Lawrenz (DAI, Berlin) and Thorsten Wübbena (DFK Paris).

Image taken at the table Museums. A Cultural Institution and Its Critique, hosted by Monique Bellan (OI Beirut) and Mohamed Esahed (British Museum, London).

Image taken at the table Heritage and the Legacies of Empire and Nation, hosted by Indra Sengupta (GHI London) and Banu Karaca (EUME-Fellow/Forum Transregionale Studien, Berlin).

Image taken at the table dealing with Cultural Heritage and Popular Histories, hosted by Alia Mossallam EUME-Fellow/Forum Transregionale Studien, Berlin).


Part III: Round Table

The concluding discussion, moderated by Hannah Baader (KHI Florenz/Art Histories, Berlin), was held between Monica Juneja (Cluster Asia and Europe, Heidelberg), Ralph Bodenstein (DAI, Berlin), Gerhard Wolf (KHI Florenz), Stefan Weber and the attending audience.


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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