The two-day international symposium titled "The Effects of Covid-19 on Cultural Heritage" organized by research institutes affiliated to the Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Tourism with various research institutions in Iran and international cooperation, especially Tehran Yunus Emre Enstitüsü, will take place on Wednesday, February 17, 2021 in Tehran. started in. This scientific symposium was attended by speakers from important institutions such as Iran's Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance, Humanities and Cultural Studies Center, Culture, Art and Communication Research Center, Budget and Planning Institution, Martyr Beshti University, ECO Cultural Center and Tehran Yunus Emre Enstitüsü. .
In the opening program of the symposium, Iranian Minister of Cultural Heritage and Tourism Ali Asghar Mounesan was among the participants. Speaking at the opening ceremony, Tehran YEE Director Abdullah Yegin introduced the "Covidoscope - Artistic Expressions of the Epidemic" project, which Yunus Emre Institute has implemented since the first months of the epidemic, and it is a common goal to make the world hear the voice of the "human", to realize the essence and beauty of the unity and beauty. He highlighted the importance and value of reinforcing people's sense of solidarity and unity in society by showing how similar reactions and feelings are raised against experience.
20 academicians and scientists from different disciplines attend the symposium, where 78 different sessions will take place in total. Session titles are as follows: "Cultural Heritage and Corona", "Abstract Heritage of the Corona Age", "Tourism in the Corona Age", "Historical and Educational Aspects of the Corona", "Social and Cultural Aspects of the Corona", "Art in the Age of Corona" , "Language and Literature in the Age of Corona", "Dynamics of Iranian Traditions in the Age of Corona", "Performance in the Age of Corona", "Media, Press and Publication in the Age of Corona", "Corona, Abstract Heritage and History", "Corona, Culture and Traditional Arts" , "Corona and Tourism", "Corona and Sacred Place Visit Culture", "Corona and Social Environments", "Social and Cultural Aspects", "Corona and Restoration", "Corona in terms of Anthropology", "Tourism and Traditional Arts in the Age of Corona" , “Social Aspects”.
This scientific symposium, which started in Tehran on Wednesday, February 17, 2021, will end by evaluating the social aspects of “Cultural Heritage Effects of Covid-18” on Thursday evening, February 19.