Join Masters students as they explore the latest debates in Global Heritage at the University of Derby’s annual Public History & Heritage Symposium on 5 June. The opening speaker will be Adrian Farmer from UNESCO world heritage site Derwent Valley Mills and presentations will cover a broad spectrum of case studies from the repatriation of artefacts and looting in Egypt to the legacy of Eva Peron in Argentina and dark tourism in Cambodia. For those with an interest in history, heritage and global politics this promises to be a fascinating and illuminating day.

MA Public History & Heritage Symposium 2019
Ugly Politics, Fragile World? Current Debates in Global Heritage

University of Derby, Kedleston Road, Derby, DE22 1GB
Wednesday 5 June 2019
Full day 8.45am -5.15pm (including lunch)
Morning Session 8.45pm-12.50
Afternoon session 1.30pm-5.30pm

Admission free but register at: https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/uglypoliticsfragileworld