Symposium and Workshop Proceedings, Cottbus, Germany – July 19 -21, 2012.
Henry Crescini & Ona Vileikis (eds.)
Our Book of Proceedings is ready for you to enjoy it. Available here .
World Heritage and Sustainable Development – IAWHP eV. - Conference Proceedings, Cottbus, Germany – June 16 -19, 2011.
Henry Crescini & Katharina Sandberg (eds.)
Our 2011 Conference Proceedings is ready for you to enjoy it. Click here for download.
Warming up for this year’s event! Let’s remember our conference last year. Check here the Book of abstracts of our 2011 WHS Alumni Conference “World Heritage and Sustainable Development”.
The firs book of the International Association of World Heritage Professionals is out. “World Heritage Today: Challenges for Interpretation, Conservation and Development” was organized by the vice-president of the IAWHP e.V. and includes articles by alumni and friends of the master programme in World Heritage Studies of the Brandenburg University of Technology (BTU) Cottbus.
“World Heritage Today is a comprehensive collection of articles written by young heritage specialists on topics related to the interpretation, conservation and development of World Heritage Sites. It reflects current trends in heritage research and combines theory with the practice of heritage preservation and management by offering several case studies from all over the globe: from the Speyer Cathedral and the Old Town of Regensburg in Germany, to the Australian Convict Sites and the Historic Center of Sao Luis in Brazil. The dynamic and diverse character of this book is expressed in the variety of themes and approaches and in the authors’ countries of origin, which include Brazil, Germany, Iran, and Ukraine.
Focusing on the special features and needs of sites inscribed in UNESCO’s World Heritage List, World Heritage Today investigates issues concerning the management and conversation of these sites, discusses benefits and limitations of the World Heritage Status and signalizes future changes in the application of the 1972 World Heritage Convention.”
“World Heritage Today” is the first of a series of publications planned by IAWHP e.V. The next publication will be the proceedings of the Symposium and Workshop “Understanding Each Other’s Heritage”, which takes place at the BTU Cottbus from 19 to 21 July, and will be released in the second half of 2012.
World Heritage Today: Challenges for Interpretation, Conservation and Development
Andreza André da Rocha (Org.)
256 pages, ISBN 9783895747908
Verlag Dr. Köster, Berlin
Dear all: Your articiles are more than welcome in the journal:
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World Heritage Alumni Symposium and Workshop “Understanding Each Other’s Heritage – Challenges for Heritage Communication in a Globalized World” BTU Cottbus – July 19-21, 2012 [read more]
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BTU News – World Heritage and Sustainable Development - World Heritage Studies-Alumni aus der ganzen Welt diskutieren über nachhaltige Entwicklung. Page 34.
Workshop on Virtual Palaces (Part I. Digitizing and Modelling Palaces) on November 18 and 19, 2011
Organized by the ESF Research Networking Programme PALATIUM and Co-Organized by Raymond Lemaire International Centre for Conservation, University of Leuven. There are grants available for European researchers … [read more]
International Conference on Preventive Conservation of Architectural Heritage, 29-30 October, 2011, Nanjing, China
The challenge identified in the conservation field today is about assuring heritage preservation through preventive conservation, maintenance and monitoring based strategies… [read more]
WHS Alumni Conference “World Heritage and Sustainable Development”, BTU Cottbus, Germany – June 16 -19, 2011 [read more]
Exotic Poland – Art Exhibition [read more]