CHAMP

CHAMP is the Collaborative for Cultural Heritage Management and Policy at the University of Illinois. CHAMP is a strategic research center dedicated to the critical study of cultural heritage and museum practices on a worldwide scale in the context of globalization. CHAMP has extraordinary faculty strength with almost thirty faculty members teaching courses in our area of expertise. More than a dozen graduate students work with CHAMP, including by pursuing our Heritage Studies minor and Museum Studies minor. CHAMP sponsors lectures, conferences, film series and other events on campus. CHAMP faculty conduct projects around the world, the results of which are steadily published in fascinating books, articles, and technical reports. Since its creation in 2005, CHAMP has demonstrated a sustained commitment to generating and disseminating outstanding heritage education, heritage scholarship and heritage practice. Please explore the left hand menu items for further information about CHAMP. And look below the images on this page to see the events happening this semester at CHAMP. (As you read this home page and all pages on CHAMP's website, please use your refresh button every time you visit so as to update the information you see.)

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Spring 2016 Events

 

January 28

“The Inca Statue in the Plaza: Change and Continuity in the Historic Center of Cuzco”
Lecture by Dr. Helaine Silverman (Director, CHAMP & Professor, Anthropology)
International Studies Building, 910 S. Fifth Street, first floor conference room, noon (12 p.m.)