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First Congress of Historical Archeology begins in Cuba

The First Cuban Congress of Historical Archeology begins today in the Cuban province of Matanzas, an event that will last until November 23 to promote aspects related to heritage.

With the presence of specialists from different countries, including representatives from Italy, Spain, Sweden, Mexico, the United States, Brazil, Colombia, Argentina, Puerto Rico, and Cuba, the Congress will become an academic, theoretical, and methodological space to address issues related to heritage conservation and archeology in Cuba.

According to the official program, the event will bring together experts to exchange topics related to various branches of archeology such as underwater, industrial and archeological heritage management, and historical archeology in urban contexts, among others.

Dialogue and planning of work strategies related to the protection and dissemination of archaeological heritage are the objectives of the event, which will bring together professionals from the social sciences to articulate dynamic, coherent, and participatory policies, in multiple cultural contexts.

The presentation of projects such as Arqueo-Cuba and Cipamur, the former based on an integral and inclusive approach to the issue of sustainable urban development and the latter designed to proactively investigate the social dimension of museums and archeological sites, also stand out among the event’s proposals.

Organized by the Archeology Office of the Office of the Historian of Havana, the Cuba Arqueológica website, the Havana headquarters of the Italian agency ARCS Arci-Culture-Solidali, and the Office of the Curator of the City of Matanzas, the event will have a scientific committee made up of experts from Cuba, Spain, Argentina, Puerto Rico, and the United States.

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