Third Annual Hacking Heritage Unconference

Conferences

Pembroke Hall, Room 305

Heritage. Who owns It? How do we use it? How do we change it?

Hacking Heritage, now in its third iteration, invites questions and conversations about how and why we protect, interpret, manage and market our cultural heritage that may be uncomfortable, provocative, critical, or, as one of our steering committee members put it, just plain weird. It is a place to gather and talk together about things like experimental preservation, marginalized stories, historic houses, monuments, sites of conscience and digital heritage.

Visit event website for more information and to register.  Registration fee is $10 and includesa boxed lunch.  Registration fee is waived for all students (bring Student ID to the event).