Monthly Archives: February 2023


The Heritage Management Organization (HERITΛGE) is launching a new call for concept notes for small grants ($5000-$50000) for organizations, groups, and individuals working with heritage in Africa.   The grants are part of our Heritage Management Project – Africa (HerMaP-Africa)  which is funded by the Mellon Foundation’s Humanities in Place program. They will fund projects

Challenges in community engagement and managing heritage in the margins

by Yasaman SADEGHI Encompassing the tangible and intangible remnants of the distant and recent past, heritage has immense potential for tying individuals, communities, and societies to the past and future. A number of heritage management practices, such as archeology, museology, conservation, restoration, and upholding traditions, can mediate the translation of the remnants of the past

Drones, digital tools, and archaeological research

By Dr Cornelis Stal Spatial data play a crucial role in archaeological research, and orthophotos, digital elevation models, and 3D models are frequently used for the mapping, documentation, and monitoring of archaeological sites.  Over the last couple of decades, thanks to the availability of compact and low-cost uncrewed airborne vehicles also known as drones or

“Interpretive writing for natural and cultural heritage” workshop

HERITΛGE’s three-day online workshop on “Interpretive writing for natural and cultural heritage” took place from 27 to 29 January 2023. It was delivered by Steven Richards-Price. 11 Heritage Managers from Africa (Ghana, Kenya, Rwanda), Asia (Turkey) and Europe (Greece, Serbia) were trained in writing effective heritage interpretive text that captures and holds the reader’s attention.

Vacancy Announcement: Head, European Projects

  HERITΛGE is now inviting applications for the position of Head, European Projects. The successful applicant will have experience and demonstrable success in writing and/or coordinating applications for grants under EU programmes such as Horizon Europe or earlier Research Framework Programmes (RFP), Creative Europe, Erasmus+, INTPA/EuropeAid, Interreg, and the structural funds. Experience in the cultural

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