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Call for Papers: ERIH Annual Conference 2021

The topic of this year’s conference is "RESILIENCE - How industrial heritage sites accepted the pandemic challenge and survived the crisis ". The event will explore how industrial heritage sites have…

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Industry Open 2021: Conference on industrial (heritage) tourism

"The tourism industry and industrial (heritage) tourism destinations - how to restart in this new era?" is the title of the conference as part of the third Industry Open industrial heritage festival…

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Study & Work Camp: behind the scenes of Berlin's industrial culture

ERIH site managers watch out: From 7 to 22 August 2021, the Berlin Centre for Industrial Culture (bzi) invites young adults from all over Europe to Berlin for a "Study & Work Camp". 8 of the 15 places…

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After the lockdown: ERIH Italy puts forward new ideas for industrial heritage tourism

Roll up your sleeves and get going – the digital ERIH Italy chapter meeting on 28 May will be brushing off the stifling inactivity of the COVID-19 crisis with plans for a fresh reboot of member sites…

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German magazine Industriekultur, No. 1.21: Railways in Transition

The EU Commission has declared 2021 the "European Year of Rail". The focus is on the railway's future role as a climate-friendly carrier, but also on questions of restoration and conservation. The…

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Say hello, wave goodbye: UK representative position replaced

For two decades he was the British Isles' face on the ERIH map: Jonathan Lloyd, an industrial heritage expert and always available ERIH coordinator for Great Britain's ERIH members and stakeholders.…

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German magazine 'Industriekultur', No. 4.20: Focus on oil

Go greener and stay profitable: The pandemic is pushing the international oil companies, battered by climate change, even deeper into crisis. The magazine Industriekultur/Industrial Heritage…

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NEMO: follow-up survey on the impact of Covid-19 on the European museum sector

Six months after the first study on the effects of Covid-19 on European museums, the Network of European Museum Organisations (NEMO) has launched a second survey. It aims to find out how museums deal…

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Under construction: Visit to the Altenberg zinc works, host of the ERIH Annual Conference

There will be two parallel venues for the 16th ERIH Annual Conference next Wednesday and Thursday: the Altenberg Zinc Works LVR Industrial Museum in Oberhausen, Germany, and the Internet. This hybrid…

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Looking for a Master's thesis on "Volunteer management at industrial heritage sites"

Industrial culture needs voluntary work! Not only do volunteers raise public awareness of threatened industrial monuments, they are often deeply involved in the preservation of these monuments and in…

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