GEM Conference 2012
Making the Case: the value of heritage education
4-6 September 2012, Exeter
‘This year’s GEM conference focuses on making a compelling case for heritage education in these challenging times – one that stands up to rigorous scrutiny – by helping heritage management and education professionals explore, identify and articulate the unique value of heritage education, and the positive impacts it has on a wide variety of audiences.’
On Thursday 6th September, I will be running a breakout session. The theme of the day is ‘How to make the case’ and my session is called ‘Making our cultural practice more genuinely inclusive: queer and feminist approaches‘.