This project would uncover everyday but overlooked forms of Australian heritage. Working collaboratively to bridge academic and industry practice, it aims to develop innovative methods with outcomes expected to include an enhanced capacity to build collaboration between heritage, digital humanities, and historical research, and new resources for communities and the heritage sector. This should provide significant social and cultural benefits such as more inclusive forms of heritage, and broader intellectual and practical understandings of our shared history. The project will promote public debate on the role of the past in modern Australia through a range of new histories, online case studies, an exhibition, and heritage management tools.
|Effective start/end date
|1/02/22 → 1/02/25
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