The Heritage Hub at Queen’s University Belfast is an exciting new initiative aimed at those with an interest in how the past lives on today.
The Hub gives greater visibility to the University’s role in forging networks and delivering projects, both locally and globally, that build on our cross-disciplinary expertise in built, cultural and natural heritage.
The Hub connects heritage organisations to researchers at Queen's and beyond, and we encourage practitioners and researchers to come together to share their experiences of, and expertise in, heritage research practice and projects, through networking, workshops, outreach and a common belief in heritage for all.
At the core of Heritage Hub is a group of like-minded researchers from different subjects and disciplines at Queen's, whose interests in heritage are reflected in our Hub's themes.
The Hub is coordinated by Professor Keith Lilley, and the Hub themes are coordinated by academics from across Queen's University.
The Heritage Hub is supported by Kevin Fearon and Dr Emma McAlister. Please contact them for more information on how to join us!
The Heritage Hub forms part of Queen’s University's Engaged Research Action Plan.