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Bewahrung historischen Kulturerbes in Krisenregionen

created on 01/10/2020 by Judith Wonke

Die Gerda Henkel Stiftung fördert seit ihrer Gründung internationale Kooperationsprojekte und setzt sich für grenzüberschreitende Forschung in den Geisteswissenschaften ein. Im Förderschwerpunkt »Patrimonies« finden Projekte Berücksichtigung, die sich auf die Bewahrung historischen Kulturerbes vorwiegend in Krisenregionen konzentrieren und wissenschaftliches Arbeiten im Bereich von Geschichte, Archäologie und Kunstgeschichte in vielen Fällen überhaupt erst ermöglichen. In diesem Dossier werden Beiträge und Videos über ausgewählte Projekte sowie Interviews mit Stipendiaten des Förderschwerpunktes gesammelt. 

The Patrimonies funding initiative considers projects that focus on the preservation of historical cultural heritage first and foremost in crisis regions and, in some cases, should for the first time enable scientific research in the fields of history, archaeology, and art history. This dossier contains articles and videos on selected projects as well as interviews with scholarship holders funded within this initiative.

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L.I.S.A. Redaktion | 03/25/2020 | 1995 Views | Movies by the Gerda Henkel Foundation

Safeguarding Tigray's Wall Paintings

Episode 1: An Adventurous Start

Some of the earliest and most significant examples of Ethiopian ecclesiastical art can be found in the Tigray region. While the rock-hewn churches of Lalibela in the Wollo Province about 500…

An Adventurous Start
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Bettina Elsper | 03/22/2020 | 646 Views | Reports

Scientific research of safeguarded manuscripts from Timbuktu

The national broadcasting station ORTM in Mali reported on the official start of the research on historical manuscripts from Timbuktu by the Malian NGO SAVAMA-DCI. In 2013, approximately 377.000…

Scientific research of safeguarded manuscripts from Timbuktu
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Bettina Elsper | 02/14/2020 | 543 Views | Reports

Niger: National Oral Tradition Project

Project leadership: Prof. Dr. Seyni Moumouni

For better conservation and accessibility, the National Oral Tradition project has inventoried, catalogued and digitized the audio-visual sound archives collection of the Institute for Research in…

Niger: National Oral Tradition Project
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Sven Stienen | 09/24/2019 | 1014 Views | Interviews

Colonialism, Art, and Culture: Collaborative Research with Namibian Colleagues at the Ethnologisches Museum

Interview with Hertha Bukassa, Golda Ha-Eiros, Jonathan Fine, and Julia Binter

One of the most important tasks of ethnological museums today is to process their collections together with the respective societies of origin. Ethnologists of the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin have…

Colonialism, Art, and Culture: Collaborative Research with Namibian Colleagues at the Ethnologisches Museum

Golda Ha-Eiros, Julia Binter, Hertha Bukassa und Jonathan Fine (from left to right)

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Bettina Elsper | 04/25/2019 | 707 Views | Interviews

"I wish to make use of the experience and education in future restoration and conservation project in Syria"

Interview with Mouhanad Aboudan, Stewards of Cultural Heritage - Scholarship Program for Syrian Experts in Turkey

In response to the massive destruction of the Syrian Cultural Heritage, with the overall aim of safeguarding this heritage and as a part of the "Zero Hour - A future for the post-crisis period"…

"I wish to make use of the experience and education in future restoration and conservation project in Syria"
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Bettina Elsper | 03/21/2019 | 630 Views | Interviews

"Ahmadiyyah School ... a unique extant example of its kind from the period of the Ottoman Empire"

Interview with Ahmad Masri, Stewards of Cultural Heritage - Scholarship Program for Syrian Experts in Turkey

In response to the massive destruction of the Syrian Cultural Heritage, with the overall aim of safeguarding this heritage and as a part of the "Zero Hour - A future for the post-crisis period"…

"Ahmadiyyah School ... a unique extant example of its kind from the period of the Ottoman Empire"
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Bettina Elsper | 02/28/2019 | 862 Views | Interviews

"My research project hopefully serves as a piece of the mosaic needed for our cultural heritage to rise again"

Interview with Yasser Dallal, Stewards of Cultural Heritage - Scholarship Program for Syrian Experts in Turkey

In response to the massive destruction of the Syrian Cultural Heritage, with the overall aim of safeguarding this heritage and as a part of the "Zero Hour - A future for the post-crisis period"…

"My research project hopefully serves as a piece of the mosaic needed for our cultural heritage to rise again"
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Bettina Elsper | 02/21/2019 | 1063 Views | Interviews

"I aim to connect Syrian children with their heritage, to know more about their country"

Interview with Lamis Kadah, Stewards of Cultural Heritage - Scholarship Program for Syrian Experts in Turkey

In response to the massive destruction of the Syrian Cultural Heritage, with the overall aim of safeguarding this heritage and as a part of the "Zero Hour - A future for the post-crisis period"…

"I aim to connect Syrian children with their heritage, to know more about their country"
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Bettina Elsper | 01/24/2019 | 1344 Views | Interviews

"I managed to fulfill my dream in documenting the heritage of the Syrian Badia"

Interview with Hasan Ali, Stewards of Cultural Heritage - Scholarship Program for Syrian Experts in Turkey

In response to the massive destruction of the Syrian Cultural Heritage, with the overall aim of safeguarding this heritage and as a part of the "Zero Hour - A future for the post-crisis period"…

"I managed to fulfill my dream in documenting the heritage of the Syrian Badia"
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Georgios Chatzoudis | 10/29/2018 | 1365 Views | Interviews

"Afrikaner müssen wissen, wer sie sind"

Zu Gast bei L.I.S.A. mit Bertrand Collins Ngong

Warum lernt ein Kameruner in Kamerun Deutsch? Warum studiert er sogar Germanistik? Die spontane Antwort Bertrand Collins Ngongs: "Aus Liebe." Das macht stutzig und neugierig. Immerhin war Kamerun…

"Afrikaner müssen wissen, wer sie sind"

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