The conference theme is ‘Facts, Fiction and Interpretation’.
Freeman Tilden wrote:
‘So, for the consideration of the interpreter, I offer two brief concepts
of Interpretation, one for his private contemplation, and the
other for his contact with the public. First, for himself: Interpretation
is the revelation of a larger truth that lies behind any statement
of fact. The other is more correctly described as an admonition, perhaps:
Interpretation should capitalize mere curiosity for the enrichment
of the human mind and spirit.’
(Interpreting Our Heritage, 1957)
AHI are calling for abstracts of papers which address the following:
The subject areas can cover all contexts of heritage – natural, built, intangible and AHI will aim to have all contexts represented throughout the conference.
Presentations can be 25 minutes long. Workshops can be 55 minutes long and will always be characterised by the active involvement of participants.
Presenters some be prepared to take questions on their presentations – this may be at the end of their presentation or as part of a plenary Q&A session.
There may be the opportunity for presentations followed by facilitated discussion. If you wish to present in this form please indicate a time requirement.
Please note: no more than two presenters per presentation please.
Abstracts, 500 word maximum, should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to receiving your abstracts of papers by 7 June 2019.