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ECHO: Exploring Cultural Heritage of Arts, Media & Identity

Cultural Heritage & Identity: Media, Popular Culture, and Creative Industries
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The mediatization of society has fundamentally changed the way we perceive and define cultural heritage. Popular media and creative industries shape identity formation while films, television, videos, games and pop music etc. become cultural heritage themselves. (Born) digital and digitized cultural archives, whether they are curated by cultural institutions or users on social media or entertainment platforms, are key in understanding future heritage and identity construction. ECHO: Exploring Cultural Heritage of Arts, Media & Identity is a research group and community forum for the study of cultural production and consumption of arts and media within the framework of Cultural Heritage & Identity. Our community expertise spans

  • Digital curation & critical archive studies
  • Platform studies
  • Digital Humanities
  • Critical perspectives to cultural heritage
  • Cultural sociology
  • Research Creation
  • Digital ethnography
  • Dynamics of global governance
  • Postcolonial studies
  • Empirical and cognitive approaches to cultural heritage

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Last modified:23 May 2024 3.28 p.m.