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(ii) Considering reflections about new forms of collaboration in big research groups such as design studios and labs (Rabinow/Marcus/Faubion/Rees 2008), the Young Heritage Studio is a venue of experimentation and mode of cross- generational research and learning in cultural anthropology (cf. Koch, Gertraud; Lutz, Samantha; Stumpf, Teresa; Tijerina García, Alejandra (2013)).
(iii) Sharing Heritage is the topic of the European Cultural Heritage Year 2018 and was also topic at the conference Sharing is Caring Hamburg Extension at the Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg and the University of Hamburg. The cross-generational student initiative Young Heritage Studio was developed from this backdrop. See further: http://sharecare.nu/category/hamburgx2017/
(iv) Wenger, Etienne; McDermott, Richard Arnold; Snyder, William (2002): Cultivating communities of practice. A guide to managing knowledge. Boston, Mass.: Harvard Business School Press.
(v) http://anthropos-lab.net/about (17.07.2017).