Celebrating two decades of its service in enabling heritage appreciation, the UST Graduate School – Center for Conservation of Cultural Property and Environment in the Tropics (UST-GS-CCCPET) will hold the “Cultural Heritage Mapping Conference” from September 4-5, 2023. The main theme of this event will be “Everything, Everywhere…Mapping”.
The palette of topics will be the following: Culinary Heritage, Virtual Heritage, Digital Heritage, Religious Heritage, Natural Heritage, Heritage of Health, Heritage of Tourism, Heritage of Enterprise, Heritage Industry, Archaeological Heritage, Indigenous Heritage, Colonial Heritage, Heritage Rights, World Heritage, Contested Heritage, Heritage Conservation, Heritage Preservation, Heritage Reconstruction, Heritage Restoration, Heritage Redevelopment, Heritage Adaptive Reuse, Heritage Amnesia, Heritage Innovation, Heritage Planning, and Living Heritage.
The submitted works will undergo review and will be published in the conference proceedings.
The email must include the following:
Title of paper/case study
Abstract of 100 words
Bionote of 50 words
High-resolution 2×2 photo of the researcher
You may email your papers via firstname.lastname@example.org and address it to UST CCCPET Director Assoc. Prof. Eric B. Zerrudo, PhD.
The deadline for submissions will be on May 28, 2023. The accepted papers will be announced on July 21, 2023.
CCCPET, an organizing body that caters to cultural heritage research concerns in the University, is dedicated to serve as a proactive agent for development, preservation, protection, and promotion of the Filipino cultural heritage.