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The OUHN want researchers across the University to collaborate on addressing big challenges facing heritage locally, nationally and internationally. Through a series of seminars and events the OUHN hopes to engage policy makers in government, international organisation, the private sector and the NGO community.

The OUHN has four aims:

1.       Support successful collaborative grant applications

2.       Encourage wider participation in heritage research

3.       Support debate and discussion of heritage

4.       Provide a focus for the University’s engagement with heritage partners.

Upcoming events include:

June 2019:  Beyond Conflict – Collaboration, Restitution and Repatriation roundtable discussion, to be held at the Pitt Rivers Museum

June 2019: Tour of ISIS Neutron and Muon source, Harwell, and workshop with ISIS staff about developing heritage-based applications

For more information about the OUHN please visit the website: