Cornelius Holtorf, Linnaeus University, School of Cultural Sciences, Faculty Member. Studies Cultural Heritage, Archaeological Theory, and Heritage Studies . The latest Tweets from Cornelius Holtorf (@CorneliusKalmar). Going places with archaeology and heritage. Kalmar, Sverige. Cornelius Holtorf. Meta-stories of archaeology. (accepted for publication in World Archaeology Issue 3, ). ABSTRACT. I argue that archaeologists contribute.
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I read prehistoric archaeology, social anthropology and physical anthropology in Germany, England and Wales.
In I gained my PhD and was subsequently employed in research and teaching at the University of Gothenburgthe University of Cambridgethe Swedish National Heritage Board in Stockholm and the University of Lund My research groups and projects UNESCO Chair on Heritage Futures How is the future being shaped through cultural and natural heritage legislation and management, the World Heritage Convention, creative reconstructions of lost he….
Centre for Applied Heritage Applied heritage is about the potential of heritage to transform society. Publications Article in journal Refereed Holtorf, C. Journal of Contemporary Archaeology.
No future in archaeological heritage management?
From Age Value to Pastness. International Journal of Cultural Property. The Contemporary Archaeology of Nuclear Waste: Communicating with the Future. Averting loss aversion in cultural heritage. Are We All Archaeologists Now? Communicating with future generations: Nuclear power and beyond. The need and potential for an archaeology orientated towards the present.
The Zoo as a Realm of Memory. Anthropological Journal on European Cultures. The Heritage of Heritage.
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Museum International French edition. On the Possibility of Time Travel. Overcoming divisions between communities through shared laughter about the past. A European perspective on indigenous and immigrant archaeologies. holtorff
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Archaeology – from usefulness to value. World Heritage in Perspective. The Cunning Means of Domination. The Case of Zoos and Archaeological Sites. Can you hear me at the back? Archaeology, communication and society. European Journal of Archaeology. The Denkmalpflegediskussion in Germany. Can less be more? Heritage in the age of terrorism. The future of electronic scholarship. Notes on the life history of a pot sherd.
Journal of Material Culture. Sculptures in captivity and monkeys on holtkrf. Observations in Zoo Archaeology.
The life-history of megaliths in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Germany. Towards a Chronology of Monuments: Understanding Monumental Time and Cultural Memory. Journal of European Archaeology. Nuclear waste as cultural heritage of the future: Chapter in book Refereed Colomer, L.
What is cross-cultural heritage? Challenges in identifying the heritage of globalized citizens. Cultural heritage, ethics and contemporary migrations. Archaeology and Time Travel. Encyclopedia of Global Archaeology: Archaeology and the Future. Archaeology and the Present. The Encyclopedia of Archaeological Sciences. Authenticity and Pastness in Cultural Heritage Management. Preservation Paradigm in Heritage Management.
The Meaning of Time Travel. The Archaeology of Time Travel: Face-to-Face with the Past: Heritage, Materiality and Performance. Cornelus future for the life-history approach to prehistoric monuments in the landscape? Amsterdam, Amsterdam University Press.
Cornelus Heritage and the Future. New York, Palgrave Macmillan. Archaeology and cultural memory. Berlin, Walter de Gruyter. The Past People Want: Heritage for the Majority? Philosophical Perspectives on the Practice of Archaeology. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press. The New Heritage and re-shapings of the past.
Beyond the Tropes of Modernity. London and New York, Routledge. Heritage Futures and the Future of Heritage.
Oxford, Oxford University Press. Popular Culture, Portrayal of Archaeology: The Oxford Companion to Archaeology. Popular Culture, Portrayal of Archaeology in: Archaeology in Fiction and Nonfiction. Archaeology in the Contemporary World. Archaeology as a Theme. Portrayal of Archaeology in archaeology in Science Fiction. Collection editor Refereed Holtorf, C. Experiencing the Past in the 21st Century. Special Issue, Heritage Erasure. Heritage and Society 8 2. Article in journal Other academic Holtorf, C.
Interview with Cornelius Holtorf. No Farewell to Interpretation. Tomsk State University Bulletin. An archaeology of supermodernity.
The Past is Now: Academic critique and the need for an open mind a response to Kristiansen. Learning from Las Vegas: Archaeology in the Experience Economy. One World Archaeology Today. Journal of the World Archaeological Congress. Talking people — from community to popular archaeologies.
Veit and a response by me. Conference paper Other academic Holtorf, C. Archaeology and the future: