She is Laura Victoria Báez, tenth-semester Cultural Heritage Archaeology Program student
These meetings are the product of the alliance between the Externado Cultural Heritage Studies Faculty and the Colombian Institute of Anthropology and History (ICANH).
International experts praised the Externado’s new Specialization in Submerged Cultural Heritage.
The inauguration of the Specialization in Submerged Cultural Heritage on Monday, April 1, 2019, was attended by Vice President Martha Lucía Ramírez. The event brought together national and international experts from different disciplines to participate in key conferences and round table discussions.
Juliana Quintero Hernández, a 22-year-old tenth-semester archaeology student, was the winner of the Colombian Institute of Anthropology and History “Programa Fomento a la Investigación ICAHN – 2019″ call.
An agreement was entered into by the Colombian Institute of Anthropology and History (ICANH) and our University.
The Cultural Heritage study group “Heritage and Conflict” participated in the support process of the Museum of Caquetá for the construction of a curatorial script for reflection on a place of memory in Puerto Torres.
The event comprises three key lectures, a group work session, and a discussion group, to address the current importance of cultural institutions facing challenging environments.
Diana Carvajal talked about her archaeological and ethnoarchaeological work in the Canal del Dique, among other topics.
The Archaeology and the Conservation and Restoration of Movable Cultural Heritage undergraduate programs invite young people, between 14 and 18 years of age, to participate in the activities raising awareness of the importance for a country of its cultural heritage.