Status Seminar Heritage Studies: Progress Reports PhD Thesis

Learning Outcome

The seminar gives doctoral students in Heritage Studies the platform to discuss and further develop their own doctoral researches. To this end, students have to present and critically examine their own research against the background of foundational theoretical and methodological literature in Heritage Studies.


The students will learn to critically reflect on cultural and social scientific theories and methods in heritage studies. They will learn to apply these theories and methods in their own doctoral researches. The students will be asked to present their own research progress to the seminar group on a regular basis.

This website uses cookies. There are two types of cookies: The first type supports the basic functionality of our website. The second allows us to improve our content for you by saving and analyzing pseudonymised user data. Since this second type is technically not required to run the website, you can withdraw your consent to those cookies at any time. For more information please visit our pages on data protection.


These cookies are needed for a smooth operation of our website.


For statistical reasons, we use the platform Matomo to analyse the user flow with the help of website users‘ pseudonymised data. This allows us to optimize website content.

Name Purpose Lifetime Type Provider
_pk_id Used to store a few details about the user such as the unique visitor ID. 13 months HTML Matomo
_pk_ref Used to store the attribution information, the referrer initially used to visit the website. 6 months HTML Matomo
_pk_ses Short lived cookie used to temporarily store data for the visit. 30 minutes HTML Matomo