On the occasion of the 2021 Bicentenary of the death of Napoleon Bonaparte, the European Federation of Napoleonic Cities is organising a series of webinars called Destination Napoleon Talks.
5 webinars with leading speakers will fuel the debates on historical re-enactments, Napoleonic heritage, museums and cities of the future, playful tools, gamification and sustainable tourism.
All webinars will be broadcast live on our Facebook page: www.facebook.com/destinationnapoleon/
The role of re-enactments in the transmission of the heritage of Napoleonic Europe. With the participation of the Waterloo 1815 Memorial (Belgium), the51st Half Battle Brigade (re-enactor), the Fort de Bard Association (Italy) and the Pontivy Tourist Office (France).
Replayed on https://youtu.be/vRvuhrlXWa4
Napoleonic heritage, between consensus and dissonance: how to ensure a European narrative. Parallel interviews with Charles BONAPARTE and Jacques Olivier BOUDON conducted by Jacques MORHAN, former chief editor at France 3.
Replayed on https://youtu.be/Q8SeNhSFQ_M
Museums and cities of the future: digital transition and use of new technologies. With the participation of the City of Jena and its Planetarium (Germany), the Waterloo 1815 Memorial and the European Federation of Napoleonic Cities.
Replayed on https://youtu.be/LX-4ChnGP9c
Playful tools for the transmission of history. With the participation of the Università degli Studi della Campania "Luigi Vanvitelli" (Italy), the Museo del Figurino Storico di Calenzano (Italy), the Wellington Museum - "The Empire in Playmobil" Exhibition (Belgium) and HistoriaGames
Replayed on https://youtu.be/CeRt_Z4BSbE
Destination Napoleon and sustainable cultural tourism: challenges for European heritage in Europe. With the participation of the Enlarged Partial Agreement on Cultural Routes of the Council of Europe, the Plymouth City Council (United Kingdom) and the Câmara Municipal de Torres Vedras (Portugal).
Replayed on https://youtu.be/5cSi0toNLzQ