We are inviting your contribution in form of short articles which can be featured on our website and later on in our annual magazine! This time, the articles should address one of the following topics: Multi-Layered Heritage or Heritage in Conflict. If you are interested, send us your article by writing to email@example.com with the subject line Call for Articles 2016.The deadline for submission is Sunday, 10th of July 2016. Check out the themes, guidelines and requirements below or on our website! We look forward to your submissions!
1. Multi-Layered heritage
In anticipation of the World Heritage Youth Forum 2016: At the Crossroads of Multi-Layered Heritage which will take place in Istanbul, prior to the 40thSession of the World Heritage Committee, we are looking for articles corresponding to this general theme. Multi-layered heritage can be interpreted in multiple ways. It can refer to cultural or natural heritage sites that exhibit traces dating back from numerous historic periods. Moreover, it can describe heritage which features multiple architectural structures or it can denote the management process of heritage that belongs to manifold stakeholders. Share with us your personal take on the concept of multi-layered heritage, your understanding of the management and conservation strategies needed to protect these heritage sites or let us know your stories and experiences with this unique kind of heritage.
2. Heritage in Conflict
Our second theme, Heritage in Conflict, is inspired by the Unite4Heritage Campaign, launched by UNESCO Director-General Irina Bokova during the 39th Session of the World Heritage Committee, as an active response to the deliberate destruction of World Heritage Sites. As a global movement for the celebration and safeguarding of cultural heritage and diversity worldwide, it calls on the international heritage community to rise against extremism and radicalization. Now we want to know your academic opinions, experiences and solutions to this relevant topic. We are looking for articles that explore the current discourse around heritage in conflict, describe interesting case studies, or delve into other corresponding sub-themes, such as cultural diversity education and tolerance; illicit trafficking of cultural objects or safeguarding of built heritage and intangible cultural expressions.
Guidelines and Requirements
- The article should contain between 500-1500 words, following the format of our article template, accessible for download below.
- You can include up to 6 photographs with a resolution fitted for publishing both in the online article and the yearly magazine. Please insert the photos into your article (check our template to see how to do that). Additionally, send them as separate .jpg files. Also, make sure you give full credit to the author(s) of the photographs you are sending us.
- Add a short biography of you, the author of the article. In 3-5 sentences please describe: who you are, your background and where you are currently working or studying (check our template for further guidance). Places include a photograph of yourself, and, if you wish, include contact details so that any interested reader can reach you easily.
Below you will find a downloadable article template which you can use as a guideline when writing and submitting your article. Please, follow the directions accordingly and in case of any questions feel free to contact us!