Projects

CHAMP’s SIGNATURE PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT PROJECT
THE MYTHIC MISSISSIPPI
This is the first stage of I-HERITAGE, in collaboration with
University of Illinois Extension and the Prairie Research Institute

Lynne Dearborn (Architecture)
Homeland, Diaspora, Dwelling: Community Development Influences on Hmong Cultural Heritage and the Sociospatial Patterns of Settlement

Christopher Fennell (Anthropology)
Journal of African Diaspora Archaeology and Heritage (founding editor)
Archaeology of Edgefield, South Carolina Pottery Communities
Tradition and Modernity on Great Blasket Island, Ireland
Historical Landscapes of New Philadelphia, Illinois
Brooklyn, Illinois Archaeology and Heritage Project

Laila Hussein Moustafa (Library)
Heritage Protection in the Middle East in a Time of War

David O’Brien (Art History)
Memories of Napoleon in 19th-Century French Visual and Material Culture

Paul H. Kapp (Architecture)
Natchez and the Creation of the Old South

Robert Pahre (Political Science)
Politics of U.S. National Parks

Helaine Silverman (Anthropology)
Heritage and Community Reconciliation on Cyprus (with George Calfas, CERL)
Mining Heritage in Durham, England 
(with Andreas Pantazatos, Durham U.)
The Mythic Mississippi
(co-PI with Paul H. Kapp)
“Multidisciplinary Perspectives in Archaeological Heritage 
Management” 
     (Springer book series, co-editor)
“Heritage, Tourism and Community” (Routledge book series, co-editor)

Amita Sinha (Landscape Architecture)
Envisioning a Resilient Cultural Landscape: Ghats of the Ganga, Varanasi, India
https://issuu.com/amitasinha/docs/varanasi_ghats_2016

Mike Twidale (Information Science/ischool)
Digital Heritage and Museum Informatics

James Warfield (Emeritus, Architecture)
The Warfield Archives of Vernacular Architecture (www.jameswarfield.us)
Built Heritage (new journal)

THE DARK MATTERS PROJECT
a collaboration of CHAMP with the Critical Heritage Studies Network at Stockholm University and Ironbridge International Institute for Cultural Heritage.