Critical perspectives on mobilities, mobile technology, and heritage futures: notes from a recent presentation on futures in heritage studies

Jen Ross and I presented the other day at a two day event for AHRC, the first day being critical futures in heritage studies and the second being a GCRF Heritage and Global Challenges Workshop, both days held at the British Academy in London. Jen and I were presenting on critical perspectives on mobilities, mobile technology, and heritage futures. We were building on Jen’s Artcasting project and exploring how mobilities theory can provide a vantage point from which to explore how heritage sits and moves within a system of mobility, a collection of human and non-human actors. Big picture stuff, for sure, but ultimately a picture that suggests that there are methodologies out there that can be used to explore heritage in a broader context, to evaluate engagement, and more.

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