Geschichte, Kultur und Landschaft des Wattenmeeres: Waddenland - Outstanding

Geschichte, Kultur und Landschaft des Wattenmeeres: Waddenland - Outstanding

Waddenacademie, Leeuwarden; Nordfriisk Instituut, Bredstedt; Fisheries and Maritime Museum/Centre for Maritime and Business History, Esbjerg/Odense
Vom - Bis
01.12.2016 - 03.12.2016
Norbert Fischer

Die internationale Tagung befasst sich mit Geschichte, Kultur und Landschaftsformationen im niederländischen, deutschen und dänischen Wattenmeer. Die Referenten stammen unter anderem aus den Bereichen der Geschichtsforschung, Archäologie und Kulturwissenschaften.


Moderator: Jos Bazelmans, Head of the Department of Archaeological Heritage of the Cultural Heritage Agency of the Netherlands

Thursday 1 December 2016
08:30-09:30 Registration-coffee

Opening Session
09:30-09:55 Anke Spoorendonk, Minister for Justice, Cultural and European Affairs of the State of Schleswig-Holstein; opening of the symposium
09:55-10:00 Heinz Maurus, Chairman of the County Council of Nordfriesland, opening statement
10:00-10:05 Jouke van Dijk, Director of the Waddenacademie, opening statement
10:05-10:10 Jeppe Nevers, Director of the Centre for Maritime and Business History, University of Southern Denmark, opening statement
10:10-10:30 Thomas Steensen, director Nordfriisk Instituut: North Frisia and the Wadden Sea
10:30-11:00 Coffee break/Press conference

Setting the scene
11:00-11:30 Meindert Schroor (Waddenacademie): Waddenland: concoction or reality? Defining the Waddenland in a geographical and historic context
11:30-12:00 Hans Renes (University of Utrecht): The Wadden Sea region as a cultural landscape - history, heritage, management

Session 1: The Relationship between Natural and Cultural Heritage in the Wadden Sea Region
12:00-12:25 Ludwig Fischer (University of Hamburg), Karsten Reise (Alfred Wegner Institute, Sylt) and Jens Enemark (Waddenacademie): On the Natural and Cultural Landscape Heritage of the Wadden Sea. The need for an integration - protecting the Wadden Region in the Anthropocene
12:25-13:25 Lunch break
13:25-13:50 Jan Kolen (University of Leiden): Does the natural landscape exist?
13:50-14:15 Hans-Ulrich Rösner (WWF): Is an existing natural landscape a problem for cultural landscapes?
14:15-14:30 Discussion

Session 2: Palaeography and Archaeology of the Wadden landscape
14:30-15:00 Gilles de Langen (University of Groningen) & Hauke Jöns (Lower Saxon Institute for Historic Coastal Research): Research and Management of the Archaeological Heritage of the Wadden Sea - on both sides of the dike (Key note)
15:00-15:20 Martina Karle & Felix Bittmann (Lower Saxon Institute for Historic Coastal Research): Discover the traces of the past in the Wadden Sea - Presentation of two consecutive joint-venture projects
15:20-15:40 Coffee break
15:40-16:00 Hanna Hadler & Andreas Vött (University of Mainz): Drowned by the Grote Mandränke in 1362 AD - new geo-archaeological research on the late medieval trading centre Rungholt (North Frisia)
16:00-16:20 Mans Schepers (University of Groningen): Why all the rush? How terp archaeology will benefit from a nuanced view of past landscapes and peoples role therein
16:20-16:40 Marco Bakker (University of Groningen): Exploitation and settlement dynamics of the Frisian coastal peat zone during the Iron Age and Roman Age
16:40-17:00 Johan Nicolay (University of Groningen): Early-medieval kingship around the southern North Sea
17:00-17:20 Martin Segschneider (Lower Saxon Institute for Historic Coastal Research) & Morten Søvsø (Museum of Southwest Jutland): Between Groothusen and Ribe. Key sites of early-medieval Wadden sea trade in the light of current research
17:20-17:45 Discussion

Symposium dinner
19:30-22:00 Official Symposium dinner in the “HandwerkerHaus”
Opening statement by Dieter Harrsen, Head of the County of Nordfriesland. Entertainment by Norma Schulz, Frisian Musician from the island of Föhr.

Friday 2 December 2016
Session 3: The Immaterial Heritage
09:00-09:25 Ludwig Fischer (University of Hamburg): Victory over the sea. Dutch diking technics in the 17th – 18th century and the impact on the Europe´s history of mentality (Key note)
09:25-09:50 Nina Hinrichs (University of Paderborn): The Wadden Sea in visual art as projection platform for ideologies in national socialism
09:50-10:10 Anne Marie Overgaard (Museum South Jutland): Living with water in the coastal marsh areas of the Tøndermarsk and Gotteskoog
10:10-10:35 Otto Knottnerus (Haren): Political boundaries and cultural crosslinks in the Wadden Sea Region
10:35-11:00 Coffee break
11:00-11:25 Goffe Jensma (University of Groningen): Frisian myth and reality
11:25-11:50 Norbert Fischer (University of Hamburg): Death, Landscape and Memory. Case Studies on the Wadden Sea Coast and the Islands
11:50-12:15 Discussion

Poster Exhibition
12:15-13:00 Guided tour of the poster exhibition
13:00-14:00 Lunch break

Session 4: The History of Waddenland in a political, social-economic and cultural context
14:00-14:30 Meindert Schroor (Waddenacademie): Waddenland: Insular society and precursor of the European economic and socio-cultural crisis (Key note)
14:30-14:55 Mette Guldberg (Fisheries and Maritime Museum Esbjerg): Contacts along the Wadden Sea Coast (1600-1800) – Local communities and regional economies with a global touch
14:55-15:20 Martin Rheinheimer (University of Southern Denmark): Maritime traffic and local societies in the Wadden Sea Region (1600-1900)
15:20-15:50 Coffee break
15:50-16:15 Jan Oberg (University of Bremen): Was there a maritime culture in Bremen in the 19th century? Ethno-historical notes on coastal societies
16:15-16:40 Carsten Porskrog Rasmussen (University of Aarhus): Capitalists, peasants and landless. The different social models of the early modern rural societies in the Waddenland parts of Schleswig
16:40-17:05 Anna-Katharina Wöbse (University of Giessen): Reinterpreting nature: The history of conservation in the Wadden Sea Region
17:05-17:30 Discussion

Evening free for meetings and networking

For interested:
19:00-20:00 The exhibition on „Rungholt - rätselhaft und widersprüchlich“ at the NordseeMuseum Husum. Guided tour through the exhibition by Tanja Brümmer of the Museum.
20:00-20:30 Lecture by Albert Panten: Rungholt und das nordfriesische Wattenmeer als Forschungsproblem

Saturday 3 December 2016
Session 5: Political, economic and social challenges for the handling of the cultural heritage in the Waddenland
09:00-09:15 Manfred Vollmer (Wadden Sea Forum): Learning from the Lancewad projects. Challenges and the regional approaches in a trans-boundary context
09:15-09:30 Ulf Ickerodt & Matthias Maluck (State Archaeological Authority Schleswig-Holstein): Energy Transition, a challenge for the management of the landscape heritage
09:30-09:45 Peter Südbeck (Wadden Sea National Park Authority Lower Saxony): The Lower Saxon Biosphere Reserve Programme. Engaging with inhabitants and stakeholders for a sustainable development
09:45-10:00 Beate Ratter & Martin Döring (Helmholz Centre/University of Hamburg): Sense of place in the Wadden Sea - Leverage local consciousness and knowledge for sustainable development
10:00-10:30 Coffee break
10:30-10:45 Karsten Reise (Alfred Wegner Institute): Climate change: Accommodating more water at the North Sea coast
10:45-11:00 Linde Egberts (Free University, Amsterdam): A Future for Cultural History of the Dutch Wadden Region: Challenges and Policies in a Maritime Cultural Landscape
11:00-11:15 Anne-Mette Hjalager (University of Southern Denmark): Big Nature, Big Data: Digital alignment of leisure and conservation
11:15-12:15 Concluding forum discussion with Claus Carnap-Bornheim, Schleswig-Holstein, Director of the Foundation of the Schleswig-Holsteinische Landesmuseen, Schloss Gottorf; Jouke van Dijk, chairman of the Waddenacademie; Janne Liburd, chairman of the National Park Board; Co Verdaas, chairman of the Wadden Sea Board - with interventions/statements from the speakers and the audience

Closing Session
12:15-12:25 Jos Bazelmans: Summing up - Navigating the Future
12:25-12:30 Thomas Steensen: Closing Remarks on behalf of the organizers
12:30- Lunch
13:15-16:30 Post conference excursion to Eiderstedt: A landscape heritage in the change of times.


Norbert Fischer

Historisches Seminar, Universität Hamburg, Von-Melle-Park 6, 20146 Hamburg

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