Verschlagwortet: heritage

Doing Research “Out of Vengeance” – An Interview with Aymen Amayed

Aymen Amayed is an independent Tunisian researcher based in Tunis. He is currently contributing to a research project about margins and marginality at the Department of Conflict and Development Studies at Ghent University. The interview was conducted during André Weißenfels’ MECAM fellowship on a research tour through different oases in Southern Tunisia.

Legba-figures and dzokawo: Unpacking a missionary collection from the Übersee-Museum Bremen

In the debate about colonial collections in ethnological and other museums, little attention has been paid to things acquired by European missionaries during conversion practices. These things do not fit into the current discussions of looted art and are barely subject to demands for repatriation.

Archaeology in Algeria: Challenges of Multidisciplinary Research and the Identity Question

By Nadia Bahra (Archaeology, University of Constantine, Algeria). The worrying condition of archaeological sites and monuments and the alarm bells about the looting and destruction of antiquities are periodically reported on by Algerian media and social media outlets.

علم الآثار في الجزائر: بين تحدّيات البحث المتعدّد والعابر للتخصّصات ومسألة الهوية

نادية باهرة (علم الآثار، جامعة قسنطينة، الجزائر). تشهد الساحة الإعلامية الجزائرية وصفحات التواصل الاجتماعي في الجزائر من حينٍ لآخر منشورات عن الوضع المقلق الذي آلت إليه المعالم والمواقع الأثرية، وضرورة دق ناقوس الخطر لما تتعرض له الآثار من نهبٍ أو تخريب. وتلقى هذه النشرات عادةً تفاعلًا وتعاطفًا من جماهير المهتمين بالآثار، كما تتبعها نشرات المؤسسات المكلّفة بالآثار باتخاذ تدابير عاجلة وإيفاد بعثةٍ مختصّة لإنقاذ ما يمكن إنقاذه.

German Heritage in Letters: Understanding Knowledge Transfers by Migrants and their Networks

German Heritage in Letters is a project to create a digital collection of German-language correspondence currently held in private hands, or by archives, libraries, museums, and other institutions. We talked to Atiba Pertilla, who is managing the “German Heritage in Letters” project at the GHI Washington.

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