On this occasion, we (Ph.D. students at Museum national d'Histoire naturelle-Sorbonne Alliance, France, and Taylor's University, Malaysia) would like to invite you to participate in our discussion to understand the connection between reflexive modernization and heritage sustainability in the global south context. Although reflexive modernization gives opportunities to discuss structural transformation, unfortunately, it is limited talk about intersectionality. Cultural heritage - tangible and intangible- is able to constitute the manifestation of community memories as alternative ways to sustainability.
Given the central role of the transformation of cultural memories in communities, we want to engage in discussion to focus on the transformation of cultural memories in communities in the Global South context. We invite authors from interdisciplinary backgrounds (anthropology, sociology, communication, health, food, tourism, pre-historic, and heritage studies). The discussion can focus on the form of (new) socio-cultural forms, (new) places, (new) space), and (new) imagining as the embodiment of their heritage sustainability in the global south context.
Topics of relevance include (but are not limited to) cultural heritage,
- The transformation of (new) cultural heritage to emerging sustainability in reflexive modernization.
- Factors (social, economic, political, cultural, and so forth) that influence the transformation of cultural heritage.
- The role of actors (human and non-humans) in the process of transformation
- The ways of a community building a space to preserve and exchange internal and external in reflexive modernization.
- The insight into understanding (new/alternative) forms of cultural heritage transformation in reflexive modernization.
In order to participate in our panels, we can correspond through email addresses: email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org
Sih Natalia Sukmi
Sih Natalia Sukmisih.email@example.com