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1. The importance of repatriation of ancestral remains to Māori of New Zealand, Lecture, Moray, Scotland
Te Herekiekie Herewini, repatriation manager for New Zealand’s national museum, and the museum’s marae coordinator Hema Temarawill be discussing the history of the Maori remains trade in light of the recent return of Maori heads from the Scottish museum.
When: 16 May 2016, 3:30–4:30
Where: Falconer Museum, Moray, Scotland
2. Keeping Their Marbles, Lecture, Buxton
Tiffany Jenkins will be speaking at the Buxton Festival about debates in repatriation and about her new book.
When: 15 July 2016, 10:15–11:15 AM
Where: Gardens Marquee, Buxton Festival
3. Fragile Heritage, Lectures and Panels, York
The York Festival of Ideas has a day devoted to the theme Fragile Heritage with panels focused on “Cultural Heritage and the Islamic State”, “Cultural Heritage: Why Does It Matter?”, “Who are the Custodians of Cultural Heritage?”, and “Preserving Cultural Heritage: What Can We Do?”. Please book tickets.
When: 19 June 2016
Where: Ron Cook Hub, University of York 11:00 AM– 6:30 PM
4. Protezione dei Beni Culturali in area di crisi, Seminar, Piazzola sul Brenta
This seminar, dedicated to aspects of protection of cultural heritage during crisis situations, is being convened by Dr Barbara Caranza.
When: 23 May 2016
Where: Centro di Restauro A. Mantegna, Biblioteca Comunale di Piazzola sul Brenta