Dacia Viejo Rose

Dacia Viejo Rose is associate professor in heritage and the politics of the past, Department of Archaeology at the University of Cambridge, and director of the Cambridge Heritage Research Centre. She first became interested in the role of heritage in conflicts and peacebuilding while working briefly at UNESCO and observing the organization’s projects in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Her books include Reconstructing Spain: Cultural Heritage and Memory after Civil War (Sussex Academic Press, 2013) and the coedited volumes War and Cultural Heritage (with Marie Louise Stig Sørensen; Cambridge University Press, 2015) and Memorials in the Aftermath of War (with Marie Louise Stig Sørensen and Paola Filippucci; Palgrave 2019).

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