Climate change, digitalisation, pandemics, gender equality, inclusion and new values – the world is in a state of fundamental change equivalent to another "industrial revolution". What does this mean for our industrial legacy? How should industrial heritage sites tell their stories in order to thrive in these volatile times and remain relevant to people in the future?
Speakers who are interested in contributing to this question – even from outside the industrial heritage community – are cordially invited to submit an abstract of their presentation in English to the ERIH Secretariat by 23 June 2022. The conference itself will take place in Esch-sur-Alzette (L) and online from 19 to 21 October 2022. Detailed information on our Call for Papers can be found here.