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Quantifying Values and Exploring Condition

Start: Mar 11, 2014 06:00 PM
End: Mar 11, 2014 08:00 PM

Location: Institute of Archaeolgy 209, UCL, Gower St. London WC1E 6BT

Seminar SeriesImplications of Values-Based Approaches to Cultural Heritage Management and Conservation

UCL students and staff are invited to a series of interdisciplinary workshops exploring heritage values and their implications for cultural heritage management and conservation theory & practice.

The purpose of the series is to introduce staff and postgraduates to the range of heritage values related research at UCL and to foster interdisciplinary discussion. Each session will consist of brief presentations followed by themed discussions.

It is hoped that this series will form the basis of future interdisciplinary collaborative research projects related to heritage values.

Session 2: 11th March, 6pm-8pm, Institute of Archaeology 209 Quantifying Values and Exploring Condition

The Imaginary Values of Palpable Things Dean Sully (Institute of Archaeology)

Exploring the Interdependence of Material Degradation and Heritage Values in Archival Collections Kalliopi Fouseki (Centre for Sustainable Heritage)

The series will focus on the nature of heritage values and the broader implications of values based approaches in cultural landscapes, urban environments, archaeological sites, historic buildings & monuments, museum collections and cultural artefacts. It will include perspectives from a broad range of disciplines

such as, anthropology, archaeology, art history, human geography, town planning, architecture, cultural economics, international development, tourism, human rights, environmental sustainability, cultural politics and art.

For more information, contact Harald Fredheim (leif.fredheim.

Food and Refreshments will be provided courtesy of JFIGS

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