8 episodes

Explore Global Heritage Issues: No Borders, Just Microphones
Join your host, Dr. Sarah Chicone, Director of Johns Hopkins University's Cultural Heritage Management graduate program, as she helps us keep our finger on the pulse of heritage in our changing world. Meet leading heritage professionals in the field and listen as they discuss the biggest challenges and accomplishments of heritage today.

Heritage Unbounded Cultural Heritage Management, Advanced Academic Programs, Johns Hopkins Uni

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Explore Global Heritage Issues: No Borders, Just Microphones
Join your host, Dr. Sarah Chicone, Director of Johns Hopkins University's Cultural Heritage Management graduate program, as she helps us keep our finger on the pulse of heritage in our changing world. Meet leading heritage professionals in the field and listen as they discuss the biggest challenges and accomplishments of heritage today.

    Cultural Burns: Understanding Indigenous Stewardship Practices and the Benefits of Intentional Fire

    Cultural Burns: Understanding Indigenous Stewardship Practices and the Benefits of Intentional Fire

    Fire has been part of the Indigenous cultural landscape for millennia; embraced as an intentional part of stewardship. Join my co-host— first-year Cultural Heritage Management graduate student, Emily Dayhoff, a Southern Sierra Miwuk, Cultural Demonstrator and Park Ranger in Yosemite National Park— and myself as we speak with Dr. Don Hankins, a Professor in the Department of Geography and Planning at California State University, Chico and a Miwkoʔ traditional cultural practitioner.

    • 41 min
    Heritage Stewardship: A Call to Action

    Heritage Stewardship: A Call to Action

    A conversation with Wanda Raschkow, Utah Site Stewardship Program Coordinator, Friends of Cedar Mesa, and Elizabeth Hora, Public Archaeologist for the Utah State Historic Preservation Office reveals some of the possibilities along with the some of the challenges for implementing a state wide site stewardship program.

    • 43 min
    Archaeogaming: the archaeology of and in gaming

    Archaeogaming: the archaeology of and in gaming

    We welcome Kaitlyn Kingsland, for a conversation about Archaeogaming. Kaitlyn is the editor of Archaeogaming.com, a blog dedicated to the discussion of the archaeology both of and in video games. Be sure to visit Archaeogaming.com and follow Kaitlyn on twitter at @Archaeogaming. 

    • 23 min
    Born Digital: Rock Art at the British Museum

    Born Digital: Rock Art at the British Museum

    Join us for a conversation with anthropologist and digital humanities specialist, Elizabeth Galvin, as she shares with us her previous work at the British Museum as the project manager and leader of a major digital research project on African Rock Art. We discuss issues of technology, digital curation, and engagement and the ways digital outputs can aid in efforts to increase access to museums.

    • 49 min
    San Marino: A Small Republic with a Big History

    San Marino: A Small Republic with a Big History

    Perched on Mount Titano and surrounded on all sides by the country of Italy, San Marino, is a small republic with a big history.

    • 49 min
    Potentials and Pitfalls: Bali and the Impact of its World Heritage Status

    Potentials and Pitfalls: Bali and the Impact of its World Heritage Status

    The 2012 designation of the Cultural Landscape of Bali Province as a World Heritage site, brought about the potential for additional preservation alongside increased tourism but continued challenges to site management remain.

    • 33 min

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