Claudia Uribe Chinen
クラウディア ウリベ チネン
Pontifical Catholic University of Peru (PUCP), Peru, BA in Archaeology
University of Tsukuba, Japan, MPhil Heritage Studies
Archaeological heritage management, heritage politics, governance and memory
Effects of the Qhapaq Ñan’s community participation policy in Peru’s archaeological heritage management
Uribe, C. (2021). Building heritage communities online: The experience of the Summer School Program ‘Engaging Communities in Cultural Heritage’. AP: Journal in Public Archaeology, 11, 7-14.
Uribe, C. (2019). Constructing Pre-Hispanic Heritage: Entanglements between Cultural Policy and Archaeology in the formation of the Republic of Peru as a nation-state (1821-1972). Journal of World Heritage Studies, 7, 30-35.
Uribe, C. (2021). The National Museum of Archaeology in Peru: A way forward to overcome nationalist and colonialist entanglements?. European Association of Archaeologists Conference, 27, Kiel, September 2021.
Uribe, C. (2021). Between authorized and people-centered heritage management: Evaluating the heritage social use model in the “Comprehensive Projects” of the Qhapaq Ñan in Peru. ICAHM Annual Meeting, Archaeological Heritage Management: Towards a People-centered Approach, online, July 2021.
Uribe, C. (2021). Reinventing the Tradition: Archaeological Heritage and Contemporary Local Counternarratives in Huaca Fortaleza de Campoy (Lima, Peru). Society for American Archaeology (SAA), 86, online, April 2021.
Uribe, C. (2020). A future for the pre-colonial past: The potentials of participatory governance in the preservation of pre-Hispanic cultural heritage in Peru. Association of Critical Heritage Studies Biennial Conference, 5, University College London, August 2020.
Uribe, C. (2020). Ideological imprints in the conservation of the monumental architecture at the Archaeological Sanctuary of Pachacamac in Peru: Heritage interventions from nationalism to globalization. Architectural Institute of Japan, Summaries of Technical Papers on Annual Meeting, 901-902, 2020.
World Heritage Program, Graduate School of Comprehensive Human Sciences, UNIVERSITY of TSUKUBA