Caitlin DeSilvey – Curated Decay: Inevitable Loss and Other Opportunities



CAITLIN DESILVEY
Hanbury Endowed Lecture in Historic Preservation
CURATED DECAY: INEVITABLE LOSS
AND OTHER OPPORTUNITIES
Mon. 4.09.18, 5PM, Campbell Hall 153

Caitlin DeSilvey is a cultural geographer whose research explores the cultural significance of material and environmental change, with a particular focus on heritage contexts. She is currently co-investigator on the Heritage Futures project, funded by the UK Arts and Humanities Research Council to explore the potential for innovation and creative exchange across a broad range of heritage and related fields. She was a 2016-17 fellow at the Centre for Advanced Study, Olso, as part of the After Discourse research group. Her recent publications include Anticipatory History (2011, with Simon Naylor and Colin Sackett), Visible Mending (2013, with Steven Bond and James R. Ryan) and Curated Decay: Heritage Beyond Saving (2017).

Image: © Caitlin DeSilvey

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