Mohamed Badry Kamel Basuny Amer

Work Experience April 2017 till now: Heritage Management Professional (Founder) – HeritageForAll Initiative Sept. 2018 – Oct. 2019: Research and Teaching Assistant – German University of Technology in Oman (GUTech), Faculty of Business & Economics, Department of Logistics, Tourism, and Service Management [Affiliated to RWTH Aachen University] July 2019: Lecturer – Egypt Exploration Society (BritishContinue reading “Mohamed Badry Kamel Basuny Amer”

Words and Things: Museum’s Educational Heritage

by Ms. Micaela Mikhy Neveu HeritageForAll Heritage Intern (Call 2018) from Paris, France The visit to the museum is symbolic, social, normative and cognitive. The museum is no longer conceived as a demonstrative container that of exhibits, ideas and narrations, but as a mirror reflecting the changes coming from peers with the evolution of societyContinue reading “Words and Things: Museum’s Educational Heritage”

Museum Technology & its Limitations in Safeguarding Intangible Cultural Heritage: Vaishnavite Ritual Theatre “Bhaona”

by Ms. Deeplakshmi B. Saikia HeritageForAll Heritage Intern (Call 2018) from Assam, India Michel Foucault was the first to talk about “the indignity of speaking for others” and it is this very act which is one of the primary functions of museums. In the process, museums today are also finding competitors for people’s attention inContinue reading “Museum Technology & its Limitations in Safeguarding Intangible Cultural Heritage: Vaishnavite Ritual Theatre “Bhaona””

Urban Architectural Heritage: Curating the Heritage City

by Mr. Hashid Sarfraz HeritageForAll Heritage Intern (Call 2018) from Rahim Yar Khan, Pakistan Introduction Curating heritage legacies on an urban scale is accompanied by the development of a sustainable tourism program that is the need of internationally growing trade culture and contributes both economically and socially viable cities and communities. International trade in thisContinue reading “Urban Architectural Heritage: Curating the Heritage City”