CHERISH Project’s Online Conference: Coastal Cultural Heritage and Climate Change

CHERISH Project’s Online Conference: Coastal Cultural Heritage and Climate Change

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The CHERISH Project is pleased to announce that it will be hosting a one-day online conference: Coastal Cultural Heritage and Climate Change on Wednesday 12th May 2021. This international conference will showcase the vulnerability of coastal environments to climate change and how these may be impacted by future changes. Papers will cover a range of topics around the theme of understanding and managing coastal heritage under threat.

KEYNOTE SPEAKER – JOHN SWEENEY, Maynooth University, Irl

Other confirmed speakers include:

  • Jill Bullen – Natural Resources Wales, UK
  • Rónadh Cox – Williams College, USA
  • Cathy Daly – University of Lincoln, UK
  • David Dodd – Climate Action Regional Office, Irl
  • Hannah Fluck – Historic England, UK
  • Ewan Hyslop – Historic Environment Scotland, UK
  • Elgidius Ichumbaki – University of Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania
  • Michael MacDonagh – National Monuments Service, Dept of Housing, Local Government & Heritage, Irl
  • Sarah Miller – Florida Public Archaeology Network, USA
  • Elias Ropez-Remoro and Marie-Yvane Daire – CReAAH: Centre for Research in Archaeology, Archaeosciences, History, France
  • Riikka Tevali – University of Helsinki, Finland
  • Andrew Viduka – Maritime and Commonwealth Heritage, Australia
  • Kieran Westley – Ulster University, UK

Please visit the CHERISH website for information as it becomes available.

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