YOHRS 2016/17 programme

Posted on 27 September 2016

Exciting new series of York Heritage Research Seminars in 2016/17, starting on the 4th October.

The York Heritage Research Seminars are back. There are several talks that CDH followers will find interesting.

Most of the YOHRS talks are live-streamed on YouTube or Google+

Seminars start at 17:15.



Tuesday 4th October - Shakespeare's School: "...one of the most atmospheric, magical and important buildings in the whole of Britain..." quote by Michael Wood (historian and broadcaster), Kate Giles (University of York)

Tuesday 11th October - Look Back in Anger: Heritage, Memory and Brexit, Roshi Naidoo (Independent Scholar)

Tuesday 18th October - Geographies of Heritage: Past, Present and Future, David Harvey (University of Exeter)

Tuesday 1st November - Epistemic Injustice and Cultural Heritage, Andreas Pantazatos (University of Durham)

Tuesday 8th November - Must Farm’s Online Outreach: Making Social Media Social, Christopher Wakefield (Must Farm Project)


Tuesday 17th January - Heritage Interpretation in an Age of Migrations, Nicole Deufel (ICOMOS/Interpret Europe)

Tuesday 24th January - Building Scholars and Communities of Practice in Digital Heritage and Archaeology, Ethan Watrall (Michigan State University)

Tuesday 31t January - Shooting Archaeologists: Uncovering the Relationship Between Archaeology and Documentary Filmmaking, Kate Rogers (University of Southampton)

Tuesday 14th February - Critical Heritages of Europe?, Chris Whitehead (University of Newcastle)

Tuesday 21st February - The Lakes, the Deep Future and the Sublime, Sarah May (University College London)

Thursday 2nd March - Pokémon No: Digital Heritage Ethics as a New Professional Literacy, Jenny Kidd (Cardiff University)