Christopher Warleigh-Lack

Purdue, O. (Host)

Activity: Hosting a visitor typesHosting of external, non-academic visitor

Description

Public Lecture by Historic Royal Palaces curator, Christopher Warleigh-Lack

I hosted a 2-day workshop for academic and non-academic audiences at Queen's University and the Ulster Museum. Entitled 'New directions in Public History' this explored the challenges and opportunities represented by Northern Ireland's built heritage and looked at a number of models where academic and non-academic partners have collaborated to realise the potential of built heritage for economic growth and societal well-being
Period12 May 201613 May 2016
Visiting fromRoyal Historic Palaces (United Kingdom)
Visitor degreePhD
BioMALE

Keywords

  • Northern Ireland
  • heritage
  • public history
  • collaboration
  • hillsborough castle