Collaboration

(Re)Contextualising Contested Heritage is a collaborative research project between the University of Leeds in the UK and three centres of research in Iraq, Kosovo and Lebanon. All three centres are exploring how the recent conflicts their countries have experienced are having specific impacts on their cultural heritage.

Each of the following sections introduces the project teams and the young people who took part in the youth engagement programme.

 

Each centre hosted online seminar series discussing the context of cultural heritage preservation as part of the project which have been made available online below.