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Dancers in full regalia at the National Powwow of 2002, sponsored by the National Museum of the American Indian.



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Past Conferences hosted by the Center for Heritage & Society

Heritage & Healthy Societes: Exploring the Links among Cultural Heritage, Environment, and Resilience

The University of Massachusetts Amherst Center for Heritage & Society hosted this international conference from May 14-16, 2014.
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The Past For Sale? New Perspectives on the Economic Entanglements of Cultural Heritage

The University of Massachusetts Amherst Center for Heritage and Society hosted this international conference from May 15-17, 2013.
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High-tech Heritage: How Are Digital Technologies Changing Our Views of the Past?

The University of Massachusetts Amherst Center for Heritage and Society held this international conference from May 2-4, 2012.
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Why Does the Past Matter?


The University of Massachusetts Amherst Center for Heritage and Society held this international conference from May 4-7, 2011 at the UMass Amherst Campus.

View photos from the event here.

Read more about the conference here.


Heritage in Conflict and Consensus: New Approaches to the Social, Political, and Religious Impact of Public Heritage in the 21st Century, An International Workshop

This five-day workshop (November 9-13, 2009) offered global perspectives on selected themes of Heritage in Conflict and began to develop a long-term working group to formulate research and policy agendas for the future. It was hosted at UMass Amherst, MA, and Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY.

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