Tag: academica

Roundtable: Comment by Dorothy Noyes #CollaborativeDilemmas

Dorothy Noyes , July 13th, 2017


Dorothy Noyes, Professor of English and Comparative Studies at the Ohio State University, responds to the questions Chiara Bortolotto has recently raised in her virtual roundtable on “‘Col…


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Virtual roundtable: “Collaborative dilemmas” in the age of uncertainty

Chiara Bortolotto , June 21st, 2017


“Collaborative dilemmas” was the title of a workshop held last April at EHESS in Paris under the framework of “UNESCO frictions: heritage-making across global governance” in collaboration with…


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Roundtable: Answers by Julie Billaud

Julie Billaud , June 21st, 2017


Are those developments, usually condemned as corrupting us as scholars and leading to the death of pure research, introducing some kind of innovation vis-à-vis established academic work? For…


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Roundtable: Answers by Simone Toji

Simone Toji , June 21st, 2017


As a researcher who was raised in Brazil, my uncertainty and dilemmas may have a different punch compared to other cases. The context of uncertainty in Brazil includes…


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Roundtable: Answers by Chiara Bortolotto

Chiara Bortolotto , June 21st, 2017


For more than ten years I have been exploring UNESCO policies in the field of Intangible Cultural Heritage (ICH). My interest spans from the uses of culture as…


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Roundtable: Answers by Giulia Scalettaris

Giulia Scalettaris , June 21st, 2017


Are these developments, usually condemned as corrupting us as scholars and leading to the death of pure research, introducing some kind of innovation vis-à-vis established academic work? In…


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