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History of Culture Speakers

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Speakers about history of culture (3)

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About History of Culture

  • In what ways is culture part of our history and to what extent does culture play a role in shaping our values, our customs and our identity?
  • There is a saying that claims culture is the glue that keeps us together, but to what extend do we share cultural values. Are we moving from a monocultural world to a multicultural world? Or the other way round?
  • Keynote speakers dealing with the history of culture typically present a wide arrange of different angles, indeed each speaker will most probably have their own angle. How, for instance, do we all interpret our own history of culture individually?
  • The history of culture is quite the heavy subject, but if presented with the right combination of knowledge, a sense of humour and a strong sense of communication it is indeed a topic that would most probably interest most people.
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