CFP: Preserving Transcultural Heritage (Lisbon, July 2017)

The ARTIS – Institute of History of Art (School of Arts and Humanities of the University of Lisbon) and the ICOMOS Portugal are organizing the International Conference «Preserving transcultural heritage: your way or my way? Questions on authenticity, identity and patrimonial proceedings in the safeguarding of architectural heritage created in the meeting of cultures», which will happen between 05 and 08 July 2017 (Wednesday to Saturday), at the School of Arts and Humanities of the University of Lisbon​ (Portugal).
We invite all the researchers, specialists and other stakeholders to participate in this international congress. The call for papers and posters is open until 30th August 2016. Details about the submission procedure and all information concerning the congress can be found at https://congressartis.wordpress.com/.

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