Europas kystregioner har et stort mangfold i kulturminner og forvaltningen av kystkulturen finner sted i krysningspunktet mellom natur- og kulturvern.
Samtidig møter regionene felles utfordringer i form av økende konkurranse om kystarealene fra bl.a. fiskerier, transport og turisme. Dette legger sterke føringer og setter en sårbar kystkultur under press.
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PhD., Head of Research and Dissemination at The Fisheries and Maritime Museum Esbjerg and senior reseacher at Centre for Maritime Studies at University of Southern Denmark. Works with maritime culture and history from 1600s to today focusing on Denmark, Nordic countries and the Wadden sea region.
PhD (2013). Postdoc at University of Agder. Research fields: Maritime history, regional identities, tourism history. In his MA (2004), Hundstad identifies the outport societies of Agder as a distinct kind of local communities and introduces the term "maritime monocultures.
Researcher at CLUE+ institute at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. Research fields: Historical studies and analysis of policies and spatial developments. Egberts assesses the role of heritage in the construction of regional identities in Western Europe, including a wide range of heritage topics and regions.
Michael Pye is a novelist, historian, journalist, and broadcaster. His latest book Edge of the World, a book about the North Sea has become a bestseller with more than 37.000 copies sold in the UK and 30.000 in the Netherlands. Edge of the World is a story of saints and spies, of fishermen and pirates, traders and marauders - and of how their wild and daring journeys across the North Sea built the world we know.
Dirk Gotzmann is the director of CIVILSCAPE; an international association of civil society organizations. These are non-governmental organisations (NGO) which dedicate their work to landscape protection, management and planning, according to the “European Landscape Convention”.
Directorate for Cultural Heritage is responsible for the management of all archaeological and architectural monuments and sites and cultural environments in accordance with relevant legislation.
The Directorate (Riksantikvaren) is therefore involved in coastal heritage management in several ways and on different levels. Senior advisor Aase Bitustol will take you on a voyage along parts of our beautiful coast.