This HEIF-supported knowledge exchange event will bring together curators, heritage professionals, sound artists and scholars who are invested in different forms of heritage decolonisation.
The day will explore the use of sound as a tool of public engagement, learning, and critique in heritage spaces, and how sound may be used to centre previously marginalised stories and voices.
Further information can be found on the Re-sounding the Past website.
This event is convened by Dr Maria Mendonça (Kenyon College, US/City) and Professor Laudan Nooshin (City).
Speakers to include
- Susanna Austin, Curator and Visitor Experience Consultant
- Jeanice Brooks, University of Southampton
- James Bulgin, Imperial War Museum
- Rachel Cowgill, University of York
- John Kannenberg, Museum of Portable Sound
- Marion Leonard, University of Liverpool
- Mariana López, University of York
- Brona Martin, University of Birmingham
- Aki Pasoulas, University of Kent
- Rina Sagoo, Museum of London
- Wiebke Thormählen, Royal Northern College of Music
- Louise K. Wilson, Visual and Sound Artist
To be announced
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