UCL Institute for Sustainable Heritage


ISH announces guest lecture series programme for 2021/22

7 October 2021

UCL Institute for Sustainable Heritage is pleased to announce the programme for our upcoming virtual guest lecture series.

Photo shows a temple ruin in Athens, Greece.

The guest lecture series, offered by the ISH Academy, will commence with a lecture from Eirini Gallou, Senior Social Analyst at Historic England, and UCL Institute for Sustainable Heritage alumna, discussing Heritage for society: critical questions for research and practice.

On the last Thursday of every month, we will be hosting guest speakers from across the heritage sector and beyond to speak on a range of topics covering all aspects of heritage management, heritage science and heritage policy and practice.

The series will feature talks from the following speakers:

  • Sam Griffiths, The Bartlett School of Architecture, UK
  • Mary Brookes, University of Durham, UK
  • John Fidler, John Fidler Preservation Technology Inc., USA
  • Hannah Prowse, Portsmouth Naval Base, UK
  • Pasang Dolma Sherpa, Center for Indigenous Peoples' Research, Nepal
  • Konrad Xuereb, KonceptX architects, UK and Malta
  • Leah Barclay, Soundscape specialist, University of the Sunshine Coast

The series is part of ISH Academy, which aims to connect our alumni, students, partners and industry to each other and to us, creating opportunities that will enhance heritage activities.

Every lecture will be free and open to all and will be taking place via Zoom. 

We particularly encourage our staff, students, alumni, external partners and friends of the Institute, as well as colleagues from across BSEER, The Bartlett Faculty and UCL, to join us online for this programme of promising talks. 

Full details of speakers and topics will be released throughout the year.