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ECR 2021 : Special Issue ECR: Cultural Heritage and Pandemics

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Submission Deadline Jan 31, 2021
Categories    conservation   restoration   art   pandemic
 

Call For Papers

ESTUDOS DE CONSERVAÇÃO E RESTAURO (Conservation and Restoration Studies)
Special Issue ECR: Cultural Heritage and Pandemics
Deadline: January 15th 2021

A call for papers to a special ECR issue is open until January 15th 2021. This new issue of the journal addresses the challenges and opportunities brought by the COVID19 pandemic the cultural heritage sector.

Special Issue ECR
Cultural Heritage and Pandemics. the Impact of COVID 19 in the Cultural Heritage Sector. Challenges and Opportunities

Subtopics:
- Cultural Heritage institutions and Tourism (Museums, World Heritage Sites, Thematic Parks, Open - Air Museums, Geosites and protected Landscapes)
- Conservation and restoration and Lockdown
- Trends in cultural heritage research in post Covid 19 period.
- Cultural Heritage management and conservation

More information here: http://bit.ly/CfPECR

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