Atlantikwall think-tank

August 2nd, 2011

Day 2: 110805

Brainstorming seminar in Cambridge (03-06/08/2011) chaired by Dr. Gilly Carr, Lecturer in Archaeology at the University of Cambridge’s Institute of Continuing Education and a Fellow of St Catharine’s College.

Lablog was invited to join a group of 8 Scholars discussing about possible Research schemes to investigate the Atlantikwall remains: a difensive infrastructure crossing Europe from cape North to Pireénes, lasting more than 6.000 Km with almost 12.000 buildings and schelters abandoned on the shores of Europe.

A Military Heritage where large part of WWII painfull memories are melted together with the concrete used as construction material. Socio-cultural history, architecture and landscape, conflict archaelogy, are some of the disciplines involed by a such hudge invasive presence.

AW-Cambridge workshop_110804-5: program

Day 1: 110804

Day 1 Dinner

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