Time and again objects from the past are re-selected, re-categorized and presented in new constructions and contexts. In this process, new types of artefacts enter the domain of cultural heritage, acquiring new meanings and coming to express new identities. This research group aims to study the ways objects such as historical documents, paintings, prints, manuscripts, printed books, products of graphic design, musical instruments, theatre props, photographs, fashion, film and new media are being characterized as ‘cultural heritage’. Musealisation. Cultural policy. Conservation. Restoration.
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