The Oxford University Heritage Network will be hosting two parallel workshops to support the formation of successful grant applications for the recent JPICH ‘Conservation, Protection and Use’ funding call
(application deadline: 3 September 2019).
The JPICH call supports collaborative, interdisciplinary, transnational teams to develop strategies and tools to preserve and protect cultural heritage and/or to improve sustainable access to cultural heritage.
The two workshops will bring together a wide range of postdoctoral and academic University staff to discuss ideas and possible research partners with the aim of gathering teams to submit successful bids for funding.
The research topics proposed for the two workshops are:
Topic two: “Sustainable protection and enhancement of values”,
with a focus on Heritage and Wellbeing
Topic four: “Layered conservation”,
with a focus on Industrial Maritime Heritage Sites
Thursday 4 July
10.00-13.00 (lunch provided)
School of Geography and the Environment
Please contact the OUHN administrators if you are interested in attending one of the workshops at: email@example.com, specifying the workshop topic in which you are interested (and any dietary restrictions) by this Friday, 28 June.