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Bryony Onciul

Univerisity of Exeter
Participe à 3 sessions
Dr Bryony Onciul is a lecturer in Public History at the University of Exeter. Her research primarily focuses on Indigenous history, exploring issues around community engagement, decolonisation, (re)presentation, cultural heritage management, and the relationships between power and voice. Her new book analyses these issues in depth: Museums, Heritage and Indigenous Voice: Decolonising Engagement published in 2015 by Routledge, New York.
Bryony is also interested in historical trauma and is working on a project that questions the role of official State apologies for historical wrongs. A further avenue of her research explores the future of heritage management in relation to the impact of climate change. Bryony is currently working on a project that compares a range of case studies affected by rising seas and storm surges, and considers how heritage professionals and local communities navigate these new and increasing challenges. Bryony founded the UK Chapter of the ACHS in 2013. 

Sessions auxquelles Bryony Onciul participe

Samedi 4 juin, 2016

Fuseau horaire: (GMT-05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)


Anna Woodham, King's College London (Participant.e)

Bryony Onciul, Univerisity of Exeter (Participant.e)

Mardi 7 juin, 2016

Fuseau horaire: (GMT-05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)
Critical Heritage Studies in the UK: Future Directions
1 heure 30 minutes, 15:30 - 17:00

Concordia, John Molson School of Business Building (MB) - MB 5.215


Elizabeth Crooke, Ulster University (Participant.e)

Anna Woodham, King's College London (Participant.e)

Rhiannon Mason (Participant.e)

Máiréad Nic Craith, Heriot-Watt University (Participant.e)

Ullrich Kockel, Intercultural Research Centre, Heriot-Watt University (Potentiel.le)

Katherine Lloyd, Heriot-Watt University (Modérateur.rice)

Susannah Eckersley, Media, Culture, Heritage, Newcastle University, UK (Potentiel.le)

Bethany Rex, Newcastle University, United Kingdom (Potentiel.le)

Nuala Morse, University of Manchester / University College London (Potentiel.le)

Melissa F. Baird, Michigan Technological University, Department of Social Sciences, United States (Potentiel.le)

Bryony Onciul, Univerisity of Exeter (Modérateur.rice)

Areti Galani, Newcastle University, UK (Potentiel.le)

Bryony Onciul, Univerisity of Exeter (Participant.e)

Sophia Labadi, University of Kent (Participant.e)

Helen Graham, University of Leeds (Participant.e)

Rodney Harrison, University College London (Participant.e)