Preserving digital expatriate memories
Pottery Propaganda: HS2 and the Political Use of Archaeology
Heritage-washing and mega infrastructure development
The burning down of Notre-Dame: has its spirit been lost in the fire too?
Emotional connections, memory and lost heritage
Bringing Heritage Online
How to do it & what can we learn from the data?
“The Day the World Changed”: Virtual Reality and Traumatic Memory
How can VR help audiences to engage with difficult pasts?
The Flemish painter and I
In the summer of 2018, I went on a three-day holiday to the city of Bruges in Belgium with one of my best friends. To…
The Inconvenient Truths: Narrative Pluralism in the Telling of History
In his book ‘The Practice of History’, the staunch traditionalist Geoffrey Elton harshly criticised the historical relativism of E. H. Carr espoused in his book…
A Gap: Sites of Memory
Discipline Barriers My relationship with Heritage and Memory studies is anchored in a gap. The space between fact and fiction, reality and perception, official and…
Third Culture Kids – Claiming & Sharing Heritage
When I sat down to think about what heritage means to me and what motivated me to study it at university, my first instinct was…
Our heritage: wandering through city and mind
Regardless of their location, layout, aesthetics or scale, urban landscapes have always fascinated me. Cities are like people – they are eclectic ensembles of different…