The Symbolic Violence in the Greek-Macedonian Naming Dispute
Lost Temporalities and Imagined Histories is the latest article written by our Program Organiser Biljana Volchevska and was published as one of the chapters in the book Cultural Contestation.
This chapter focuses on the relationship between heritage production and heritage destruction as two coexisting processes at a time of political conflict
Exhibition: Shipwrecks & Seascapes
The exhibition on the maritime heritage landscape in the UAE will be open during this summer.
First Meeting of the Accredited NGOs to the 2001 Convention
Robert Parthesius chaired a session, Adoption of Recommendations, at the First Meeting of the Accredited NGOs to the 2001 Convention on the Protection of Underwater Cultural Heritage. Recommendations included the mechanisms for cooperation between international NGOs to further UNESCO’s goals for the protection of underwater cultural heritage, to build capacity in underwater archaeology and underwater cultural heritage management and promotethe 2001 Convention best standards through NGO programmes, and to support initiatives of the International Decade of Ocean Sciene and Ocean ForaAdd News Story here
CIE - NYUAD Cooperation
4th May 2018
A proud NYUAD class of ‘shipwrecks and seascapes’ holding their Nautical Archaeological Society part two certificat through a partnership with CIE-Centre for International Heritage Activities. They wrapped up with an exhibition at the NYUAD campus.
The Golden Harvest
15th January 2018
CIE is now helping sponsor The Golden Harvest, a feature film highlighting the importance of food to our heritage and identity, in this case olive oil. The film was shot in Greece, Italy, Spain and Palestine. Any profits from the film will go towards The Zig Zag Center, a planned institution to teach underprivileged young people in the Middle East traditional food cultivation and the culinary arts, so that they may work in the food and nutrition industries.