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Shared and/or Contradictory Heritage?
New Perspectives of German and Israeli Arts, Museums and Societies

An international project by the Institute for Cultural Management, Ludwigsburg University, Germany, and the M.Ed. program in Art Education, Beit Berl College, Israel, financed by the Baden-Württemberg Stiftung.

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LUDWIGSBURG UNIVERSITY OF EDUCATION

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BEIT BERL COLLEGE

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INSTITUTE OF CULTURAL MANAGEMENT

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M.ED. IN ART EDUCATION

CULTURAL HERITAGE


For a good decade now, there has been a worldwide, radical rethinking of the issue of how to deal with cultural heritage. Emerging in part from the slipstream of postcolonial criticism of Europe and a recognition of the disappearance and destruction of cultures, the concept of shared heritage has become an important critical museum discourse. 


 

STUDENTS’ RESEARCH


The core of the collaboration was a student research laboratory in which around 20 German and Israeli Master's students worked together. The project had a model character because the students exchanged views on a relevant social issue in a comparative cultural context.

VIRTUAL STUDENTS’ CONFERENCE


At the end of the Students' Lab, six German and seven Israeli students presented their results at a virtual conference on 8 March 2021 in which scientists and students from both universities participated. The conference was held at the end of the year-long students’ lab.

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PUBLICATION

Christiane Dätsch / Dalya Markovich (Hg.)

Sharing Cultural Heritage?
A Concept and its Varieties. Case Studies from Europe and Israel
Scheduled for publication by June 27, 2023.