Cornelius Holtorf was invited to present in a Plenary on Wars, Conflicts, Crises, and Archaeologies at the World Archaeological Congress 9 in Prague, Czech Republic, on the question “How can world archaeological heritage contribute to a better future for all?” (5 July 2022).
During the World Archaeological Congress 9 in Prague, Czech Republic, Cornelius Holtorf had meetings about future collaborations with Professor Valentina Figueroa Larre, Universidad Católica del Norte, Chile, Professor Peter Stone, UNESCO Chair in Cultural Property Protection and Peace at Newcastle University, UK, and Dr Isber Sabrine, Director of the international NGO Heritage for Peace based in Girona, Spain (4-8 July 2022).
Cornelius Holtorf was interviewed by Anne Bergmans of the University of Antwerp, Belgium, in the context of the research project “Include” commissioned by the Swedish Radiation Safety Authority on including (local) stakeholder participation in its regulatory mission (18 August 2022).
Cornelius Holtorf co-organised and co-chaired a roundtable on “Telling Stories about Impacts of Academic Research in Archaeology in Society: Wider Lessons from the UK Research Excellence Framework Experience” at the 28th Annual Meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists held at Budapest, Hungary (2 September 2022).
Cornelius Holtorf attended a roundtable organized by the EAA Community for Climate Change and Heritage (CCH) held at the 28th Annual Meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists held at Budapest, Hungary (3 September 2022).
Anders Högberg gave a lecture on heritage futures and futures literacy for the incoming PhD students in the PhD programme on Global Humanities at the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, Linnaeus University (9 September 2022).
Cornelius Holtorf took part in his first meeting as member of the Scientific Advisory Council of the Römisch-Germanisches Zentralmuseum — Leibniz-Research Institute for Archaeology, Mainz (22-24 September 2022).