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Interpret Europe Conference | 23-26 March 2018 in Kőszeg, Hungary | #iecon18

List of presenters

Participants from 30  countries will offer 75  workshops and presentations. To select what is most interesting for you, you will always be able to choose from at least five  parallel sessions. The conference proceedings including paper abstracts and full papers will be ready at the conference. The speakers and the titles of the presentations and workshops are listed below.

The abstracts with the short summaries are available in PDF here.

Intangible heritage as a vehicle for expressing identity
Nada Andonovska (Republic of Macedonia)
Presentation, 25 min.

Contested space: Dissonant identity
Marie Avellino Stewart, Noel Buttigieg, George Cassar and Dane Munro (Malta)
Presentation, 55 min.

The identity concept for Muslim Hungarians and immigrant Muslims in Hungary
Esra Aytar (Hungary)
Presentation, 25 min.

Problematical identity; how do second-generation students in Hungary identify themselves?
Ilyas Aytar (Hungary)
Presentation, 25 min.

Geo-identity of the cross-border Karavanke UNESCO Global Geopark
Mojca Bedjanič, Lenka Stermecki, Gerald Hartmann and Darja Komar (Slovenia)
Presentation, 25 min.

The search for ancestors: Genealogy, identity and cultural heritage in the Netherlands
John Boeren (Netherlands)
Presentation, 25 min.

Heritage in ruins. Ancient Roman sites and the case of sustainable ruin tourism in Romania
Burkhardt Britta (Romania)
Presentation, 25 min.

Musical heritage and cultural identity: A perspective from art worlds theory on cultural production
Sijin Chen (Germany)
Presentation, 25 min.

How interpretation skills can build bridges and break down barriers between communities
Susan Cross (UK)
Presentation, 55 min.

‘Either/or’ or ‘both/and’? How do we construct our identity?
Susan Cross (UK) and Leora Tec (Poland)
Workshop, 1h 25 min.

The role of collective memory in reconfiguring identity
Annamária Csiszér, Csilla Szabó (Hungary), Florin Nechita, Cătălina-Ionela Rezeanu (Romania)
Presentation, 25 min.

Stezky/Pathways: Mapping the cultural landscape of Czech-American settlements in Iowa, USA
Sonya Darrow (Czech Republic)
Presentation, 25 min.

Understanding heritage from the perspective of nature-culture linkages: Casestudy of Majuli River Island
Sanjukta Das (India)
Presentation, 25 min.

Ways of interpreting Saint Martin’s heritage for more solidarity among European citizens
Jasna Fakin Bajec (Slovenia)
Presentation, 25 min.

Desire, love, identity: Interpreting LGBTQ histories
Stuart Frost (UK)
Presentation, 25 min.

Museoeurope: The concept of no border museum - the path to common EU identity
Oskar Habjanič (Slovenia)
Presentation, 25 min.

Cultural heritage and meaning of museum for young Hungarians
Aniko Illes, Peter Bodor (Hungary)
Presentation, 25 min.

The urban horizon of Kőszeg: Remembrances and resemblances
István Kollai (Hungary)
Workshop, 1h 25 min.

New methods for heritage identity in the Museum of Natural History (Ukraine)
Oleksii Kovalenko, Tetiana Karpiuk (Ukraine)
Presentation, 25 min.

World Heritage European Beech Forests as a mirror of and metaphor for a European identity
Anna Kovarovics (Austria)
Presentation, 25 min.

Interpreting Gloucester Cathedral - bridging the gap between the religious and secular
David Masters (UK)
Presentation, 25 min.

What has happened with our pre-war Europe? The question of restitution of cultural heritage
Anna Mazur (Poland)
Presentation, 25 min.

When interpretation panels do not work
Michal Medek (Czech Republic)
Presentation, 25 min.

Valorizing intangible cultural heritage through community-based tourism in Lăpuș Land, Transylvania
Florin Nechita, Adina Nicoleta Candrea (Romania), Annamária Csiszér (Hungary), Hiromasa Tanaka (Japan)
Presentation, 25 min.

When history meets philosophy: An interpretation toolbox
Jenny Anghelikie Papasotiriou (Greece)
Workshop, 1h. 25 min.

Interpreting castles of the victors in the land of the defeated
David Penberthy (UK)
Presentation, 25 min.

Historic urban landscapes of modernity: Conflicts of value perception
Vaidus Petrulis (Lithuania)
Presentation, 25 min.

An interactive museum theatre quest about regional identity for the Historical Museum of the Sarre
Angela Pfenninger (Germany)
Presentation, 25 min.

Architectural heritage interpretation in the Vilnius Region (1919-1939): Local or collective identities
Edita Povilaitytė-Leliugienė (Lithuania)
Presentation, 25 min.

Novi dvori, Zaprešić
Local heritage, European context: Pledge for sustainable heritage management

Dragana Lucija Ratkovic Aydemir, Mirna Drazenovic, Ivana Jagic, Iva Klaric (Croatia)
Presentation, 25 min.

All our stories: Heritage by everyone, heritage for everyone
Annie Reilly, Denise Foster (UK)
Presentation, 55 min.

Meaning of ‘likes‘ for nature conservation – Who are the supporters and how to involve them
Tomas Ruzicka (Czech Republic)
Workshop, 1h. 25 min.

From early modern Italian academies to European literary society
Lorenzo Sacchini (Italy)
Presentation, 25 min.

I am my heritage – A workshop that will make you think about heritage and identity
Janja Sivec (Slovenia)
Workshop, 1h. 25 min.

Ancient heritage in a modern town – The role of the Iseum Savariense in the life of Szombathely
Ottó Sosztarits, Borbála Mohácsi (Hungary)
Presentation, 25 min.

European First World War memorials: A fresh reflection
Emanuele Stochino (Italy)
Presentation, 25 min.

‘Identity Maps‘: Interactive identity landscapes and spatial planning tools for visualisation of non-material identities
Michael Strecker (Germany)
Presentation, 55 min.

Cultural diversity – Converging point of heritage and security theories
Sasa Tkalec (Croatia)
Workshop, 1h. 25 min.

Cultural mosaic of the Žumberak region as a part of the cultural heritage in Croatia
Marko Trupković, Mojca Bedjanič, Lenka Stermecki, Martina Zanjkovič (Croatia)
Presentation, 25 min.

Heritage without heirs: Reconnecting church and community through adaptive reuse
Nikolaas Vande Keere, Bie Plevoets (Belgium)
Presentation, 25 min.

Little Europe and post-colonial resistance, Italian pastiche and a new identity
Debbie Whelan (UK)
Presentation, 25 min.

Where the Old World meets the New: Spanish shipwrecks within a borderless cultural heritage
Charlotte Williams (UK)
Presentation, 25 min.

Experiencing evaluation - a concrete example conducted during one of the conference study visits
Lars Wohlers (Germany)
Workshop, 1h. 25 min.

Heritagisation and Identities: Hungarian Art Nouveau Architecture in the Carpathian Basin
Lilla Zámbó (Hungary)
Presentation, 25 min.

An introduction to the Certified Interpretive Planner course
Peter Seccombe (UK), Michal Medek (Czech Republic)
Workshop, 1h. 25 min.

Wind, Water, Waves…and Fish: Preserving & Sharing Identities of Traditional Commercial Fishermen
Gail Vander Stoep (USA)
Presentation, 25 min.

Individual and collective identities in interpretation
Patrick Lehnes (Germany)
Presentation, 25 min.

Cultural Heritage in Practice? The Talking Houses Project
Henrietta Trádler, Mónika Mátay (Hungary)
Presentation, 25 min.

Gyaros: where Homer met Stalin
Valya Stergioti (Greece)
Presentation, 25 min.

Trash or treasure? The role and importance of touristic productions in state branding and preservation
Katalin Nagy (Hungary)
Presentation, 55 min.

Ten visions of Cultural Heritage in Evora (Portugal)
Sheila Palomares Alarcón, Armando Quintas, Pietro Viscomi (Portugal)
Presentation, 25 min.

It’s not just about the greenery! How nature affects our identity
Thorsten Ludwig (Germany), Carol Ritchie (UK), Valya Stergioti (Greece)
Workshop, 1h 25 min.

How to translate the concept of 'heritage' – the social effect of museum exhibitions
Filip Skowron (Poland)
Presentation, 25 min.

Railway heritage and identity: Interpreting railways as ‘Third Places’
- a case of the railways of Mumbai

Shraddha Bhatawadekar (Germany), Tejaswini Adhikari (India)
Presentation, 25 min.

’European identity’ reflected by culture and art history - from the perspective of teaching
Edit Újvári (Hungary)
Presentation, 25 min.

Forming children’s identity using natural heritage sites as an everyday environment
Erika Szmoradné Tóth, Bernadett Virókné Fodor (Hungary)
Presentation, 25 min.

The Sounding City Concept - The Kőszeg Example
Zoltán Mizsei (Hungary)
Presentation, 25 min.

Analysis of representation and identity in a State Museum: Hagia Sophia, Istanbul
Hakan Tarhan (Italy)
Presentation, 25 min.

Identity and Heritage: The Problematic Politics of Interpretation and Memory
James Skelly (Ireland)
Presentation, 25 min.

Creating interpretive apps enhances students' regional identity
Anna Chatel (Germany)
Presentation, 25 min.

The Making of the European Identity
György Csepeli (Hungary)
Presentation, 25 min.

Is there a Danube-identity? - The Danube’s heritage as part of the identity of riverside communities
Dániel Balizs, Bálint Kádár (Hungary)
Presentation, 25 min.

Fertő-Neusiedler See, a heritage site that combines diverse identities and heritage interpretations
Melinda Harlov-Csortán (Hungary)
Presentation, 25 min.

The role of religion in the traditional and modern rural society of Banat
Mária Szilágyi, Anica Draganić (Serbia)
Presentation, 25 min.

Cultural Heritage in the Function of Creating Identity of a Local Community
Gordana Milanović (Serbia)
Presentation, 25 min.

Perception of altered colonial heritage in Casablanca
Nezha Alaoui (Morocco), Bruno Fayard (France, Morocco)
Workshop, 1h 25 min.

People and their Natural Heritage - reflection through documentary presentation with local people
Samo Šturm (Slovenia)
Presentation, 25 min.

Bulgaria Keeps the Remembrance of Hungarian Revolution: Lajos Kossuth House Museum in Shumen
Vera Boneva (Bulgaria)
Presentation, 25 min.

Heritage and identity: the Jesuitic-Guarani Missions experience
Luiz Custodio (Brazil)
Presentation, 25 min.

Iron Curtain – That which separated us, today connects us
Tibor Koczka (Hungary)
Presentation, 55 min.

Values and interpretation of living and built garden heritage
Vince Zsigmond, Katalin Takács, Mária Windisch (Hungary)
Presentation, 25 min.

Multiple identities – A chance or a threat? The rebirth of Bánffy castle, Bontida, Transylvania
Csilla Hegedüs (Romania)
Presentation, 55 min.

Heritage Interpretation for Sustainable Cultural Tourism Policies: Interreg Europe CHRISTA Project
Manos Vougioukas (Greece)
Presentation, 25 min.

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