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Cambridge Heritage Research Centre



My research focuses on the epistemic and ethical dilemmas that emerge from the entanglement between tangible and intangible heritage. I am developing novel conceptual tools such as care, trust and stewardship that are shaped by the contextual nuances of heritage. I believe that these theoretical resources can help us to understand better how communities exercise their role in the heritage process, and how communities activate the multiple dynamics of heritage for its future use in interpretation, identity formation and sense of place, particularly where tourism might be absent. These theoretical resources can be effectively applied in practical contexts and projects.

Partner, Cambridge Heritage Research Centre
Assistant Professor in Heritage Studies, Department of Archaeology
Dr  Andreas  Pantazatos
Available for consultancy