Outreach

Open House on Why a Masters Degree in Heritage Management

March 30, 2017

Students of Center for Heritage Management, Ahmedabad University organized an Open House on 30th March 2017 where a series of events were culminated. The open house included a Public Lecture by Yaaminey Mubayi , a Social Development Professional from Delhi which focused on the ‘Issues and Challenges of Intangible Cultural Heritage Convention of UNESCO’. The event followed by a Panel Discussion on – ‘Can Heritage be managed?’ Followed […]

The Heritage Discourses: Reflections on Heritage, Memory and Identity

March 23, 2017

Centre for Heritage Management organized a talk on” The Heritage Discourses: Reflections on Heritage, Memory and Identity “by Prof. Yudhishtiraj Isar. The talk was attended by the faculty, students, and heritage enthusiastic.

Professor Isar straddles different domains of cultural theory and practice, notably cultural policy across the world. Since January 2017 he has been Education Director at the Aga Khan Trust for Culture. Isar joined The American […]

An Interactive Session: Exploring Post Graduate Programme in Heritage Management

March 15, 2017

An Interactive Session: Exploring Post Graduate Programme in Heritage Management

(On 15th March, 2017 from 5 to 6 pm @ Centre for Heritage Management, Ahmedabad University)

This session is planned to give basic idea about the field of Heritage and our Masters Programme:  Master of Management Studies   (Heritage Management). This will be relevant for prospective students who are graduates / in the final year of graduation and […]

Symposium on Reflections from Field Immersion Programme 2016

February 10, 2017

A Symposium on Reflections from Field Immersion Programme was organized by the first year students of Master of Management Studies (Heritage Management) on 10th Feb, 2017. The immersion programme was for a week, where the students explored and learnt the practical application of theories in a live Heritage project.

In the symposium they presented and discussed their views and the strengths and weaknesses of Muziris Heritage Project. Exhibits from Kerala and student […]

Symposium on Challenges of Buddhist Heritage Sites Management in India

January 3, 2017

A symposium on ‘Challenges of Buddhist Heritage Sites Management in India’ was held at CHM. The symposium featured presentations by final year students of the Masters in Management Studies (Heritage Management) programme, who recently pursued fieldwork at Buddhist heritage sites at Bodhgaya and Jethian valley. Following the presentations, Mr. Thomas Jones, National Centre for Preservation Technology and Training, USA talked on ‘The Evolving Paradigm and Future of Heritage Management in India’.

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