Intangible Cultural Heritage in time of Covid-19

Date: Jun 25, 2021

Time: 17:00


The COVID-19 pandemic has hugely affected the lives and livelihood of people all over the world. While mobility of people was limited and public health suffered, the cultural heritage sector could also not remain immune from the adversity. As Nepal is making its way through the second wave, let us look into the scenario of Intangible cultural heritage and resilience in the context of Nepal. 
Society of Nepalese Architects brings you the continuation of the webinar series on "Intangible cultural heritage in the time of COVID-19",

You are kindly invited to a Zoom webinar. 
When: Jun 25, 2021, 05:00 PM Kathmandu 
Topic: Webinar - Intangible cultural heritage in the time of COVID-19

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Introduction of the Speaker
Monalisa Maharjan has a Ph.D. in Art History from University of Évora. Her dissertation was in linking Tangible and Intangible Heritage with the case study of the YenyaPunhi festival in Nepal. She has experience working on different ICH-related projects. She a team member of the UNESCO Chair in Intangible Cultural Heritage and traditional know-how (Portugal). She is the network co-coordinator for the ICH Chapter in the Association of Critical Heritage Studies. Her current research is “Anthropology of Inscriptions Project” at Heidelberg University, through the Nepal Heritage Documentation Project. Her research interests are in community participation, indigenous heritage, sustainability, and documentation of ICH.