RESILIENCE: HISTORIC HOUSES OF INDIA AND THEIR CUSTODIANS
Online Lecture Series
"Resilience: Historic Houses of India and their Custodians" is an online lecture series organized by the Centre for Historic Houses. Lectures, featuring eminent personalities from the field of Indian Heritage, are conducted every Friday at 8 pm IST.
“Although suffering and challenge demoralize some human beings, others cope and construct instead. Rather than grinding to a halt, certain people hurdle the obstacles or creatively maneuver around them.They even make something positive out of the negative situation. In the face of crisis, they not only survive but also thrive. Resilience capacities involve coping well with difficulty, actively resisting destructive pressures, and rebuilding positively after adversity. ”
TITUS, C. (2006). Introduction. In Resilience and the Virtue of Fortitude: Aquinas in Dialogue with the Psychosocial Sciences (pp. Ix-Xii). Washington, D.C.: Catholic University of America Press.
HISTORIC HOUSES: TOURISM AND BEYOND
'Historic Houses: Tourism and Beyond' is a roundtable that will be conducted on 29th September. Through this, the Centre for Historic Houses aims to bring together owners of heritage properties from all parts of the world to discuss business plans for heritage sites during and post COVID-19. The roundtable will be a closed event.