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  • AK 10:45 pm on December 15, 2014 Permalink | Reply
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    CASE STUDIES ON THE CONSERVATION AND MANAGEMENT OF HISTORIC CITIES 

    Information shared by Divya Jayaraman: http://www.ovpm.org/en/compilation_case_studies_conservation_and_management_historic_cities

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  • AK 10:31 pm on December 15, 2014 Permalink | Reply
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    CASE STUDIES ON THE CONSERVATION AND MANAGEMENT OF HISTORIC CITIES 

    Information shared by Divya Jayaraman: http://www.ovpm.org/en/compilation_case_studies_conservation_and_management_historic_cities

     
  • AK 11:38 am on February 14, 2014 Permalink | Reply
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    The Digital Future of World Heritage Symposium. 2 – 4 April 2014 Rome, Italy 

    The Digital Future of World Heritage

    A symposium on blended scholarship and management in the new millennium

    April 2 – 4, 2014 Rome, Italy

    http://dharma.nd.edu/index.php/news-events/forum-symposium-2014

    Ground-breaking methods of documentation and interpretation of World Heritage Sites is the theme for a collaborative Symposium presented by the University of Notre Dame and the UNESCO World Heritage Center (WHC), in collaboration with Soprintendenza Speciale per i Beni Archeologici di Roma and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). Scholars in Sciences and Humanities are trying to uncover a layer of evidence from the past, using the technology of the future, in order to make sense of and reveal a particular reality. With the convergence of both traditional and new technologies, we are able to reveal a greater depth to the story that history has left behind.

    The Symposium will focus on the need for state-of-the-art tools and technologies that transform the way we think about documentation, interpretation, archiving and preservation for future generations. Technology transfer in the Humanities is still in an exploratory phase. Engaging University faculty from other fields with expertise in established technologies, such as georegistration, land and subsurface mapping/imagery, remote sensing, cartography, accelerator mass spectrometry and finite element methods, has the potential to inspire innovative methods of documenting heritage and furthering research on site. The Symposium will also be a platform to present various techniques of merging scientific research with site management, and the benefits of such joint approaches to the improvement and management of World Heritage Sites. Government and State agencies involved in running sites will be introduced to the latest techniques! in documentation, analysis and historic research to study and maintain sites.

    Space is limited. Please register early to ensure your spot at The Digital Future of World Heritage Symposium 2014, Rome, Italy. Registration includes all meeting materials, reception, lunches, and refreshments.

    Fees

    Registration: $50

    Faculty/Student registration: $0 (please note that without registration you will not have access to any material)

    Click the Register Now link below to begin the registration process.

    See you in Rome!

    Symposium ChairKrupali Uplekar Krusche, Nanovic fellow and associate professor of architecture at the University of Notre Dame

     
  • AK 8:12 pm on January 21, 2014 Permalink | Reply
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    Delhi a step closer to earning World Heritage City status 

    http://www.thehindu.com/news/cities/Delhi/delhi-a-step-closer-to-earning-world-heritage-city-status/article5592936.ece?homepage=true

     
  • AK 2:15 pm on June 12, 2013 Permalink | Reply
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    Call for Applications – Master’s World Heritage Studies in Cottbus (Germany) Deadline: 15 July (Non-EU) or 31 August (EU) 

    Call for Applications

    MASTER’S IN WORLD HERITAGE STUDIES

    http://www.tu-cottbus.de/whs

    Brandenburg University of Technology in Cottbus (Germany) is receiving applications for entry onto the Master’s programme inWorld Heritage Studies.

    CONCEPT

    The international Master’s programme World Heritage Studies at BTU Cottbus was developed around the UNESCO Convention Concerning the Protection of the World Cultural and Natural Heritage, and reflects diverse approaches to the concept of heritage, such as the link between culture and nature, tangible and intangible values, or conservation and development. Its aim is to equip students with knowledge and skills needed for the identification, protection, management and presentation of cultural and natural heritage sites.
    The study programme cooperates with UNESCO’s World Heritage Centre in Paris, the German Commission for UNESCO, as well as many other heritage organisations all over the world.  Characterised by cultural, professional and academic diversity, World Heritage Studies promotes and fosters a globally conscious environment where students come together to re-contextualize heritage for the next generation.

    STRUCTURE AND CONTENT

    Through a belief that heritage can and should be understood and protected from a wide range of perspectives, the curriculum is based on a holistic, multi-disciplinary approach, and combines academic disciplines in four main fields:

    • Humanities and Social Sciences
    • Arts, Architecture and Conservation
    • Natural Heritage and Cultural Landscapes
    • Management.

    The study programme also includes two applied study projects and the Master’s thesis.

    CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

    The inspiration, curiosity, professionalism and networks gained through this programme allow each student to personalise their relationship to World Heritage according to their undergraduate background and research interests, thus bringing a unique perspective to the field.
    As heritage consultants or managers, graduates will be qualified to work in a wide spectrum of professional fields: heritage institutions in the private and public sector, government agencies, heritage consultancy firms, museums, tourism operators, universities, etc.

    DEGREE
    Master of Arts (M.A.) in World Heritage Studies

    DURATION
    Four semesters (two years), full time

    LANGUAGE OF INSTRUCTION
    English

    WEBSITE
    http://www.tu-cottbus.de/whs

    ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

    • Bachelor’s degree in Cultural Studies or other study areas relevant to the World Heritage Studies curriculum (Humanities, Social Sciences, Architecture, Archaeology, Art History, Conservation, Environmental Sciences, Geography, Cultural Management or Tourism);
    • Certificate of proficiency in English (TOEFL iBT min. 79 points; IELTS min. 6.5; Cambridge Certificate in Advanced English min. grade “B”; Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English min. grade “C” or equivalent).

    APPLICATION DEADLINE
    Non-EU applicants: 15 July 2013
    EU applicants: 31 August 2013

    PROGRAMME STARTS
    October 2013

    TUITION FEES
    No tuition fees. Only regular administration fees (approximately 220 Euro/semester).

    CONTACT
    Simona Cadar
    Programme Coordinator
    Tel: +49 355 694880
    E-mail: cadar@tu-cottbus.de

     
  • AK 2:23 pm on June 10, 2013 Permalink | Reply
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    New MA World Heritage Studies. University of Birmingham (United Kingdom) START DATE: September 2013 

    New MA World Heritage Studies

    Start date: September 2013

    World Heritage, both tangible and intangible, increasingly affects a significant proportion of the world’s population and is now an essential concept for all engaged in the protection, development and management of heritage.

    This unique one-year programme is aimed at those who wish to acquire both a deeper understanding of the concepts and processes surrounding World Heritage in its cultural forms (tangible and intangible), its natural forms and as cultural landscapes. This course will provide you with necessary skills that will allow you to critically appraise and effectively manage World Heritage and its impacts in a sustainable manner. It is linked to the Ironbridge Gorge World Heritage site, providing you with a unique academic experience and offering you access to unrivalled resources and over 25 years of management expertise.

    As well as providing you with an excellent grounding for working in the heritage sector, the course offers ideal preparation for PhD study.

    The MA World Heritage Studies draws upon international cases and practical experience and will provide you with an insight into the processes of World Heritage inscription and management. In addition it will allow you to take an informed position in policy debates regarding the implications of designation for local and national identities, community well-being and tourism and associated development.

    You will study five core modules:

    • Critical Approaches to World Heritage
    • Issues in World Heritage Management
    • Tourism Management at World Heritage Sites
    • World Heritage Case Study
    • Research Methods and Skills

    You will also choose one optional module from a selection. Modules include:

    • Heritage Marketing
    • Heritage Interpretation
    • Heritage Conservation Management
    • Digital Cultures

    The programme also features a visit to the World Heritage Centre at UNESCO, Paris, to learn directly of the challenges of linking the protection and conservation of Sites with present and future environmental, social and economic needs.

    You will complete the MA with a 15,000 word dissertation on a topic of your choice, relevant to World Heritage.

    Contact

    Dr Anna Woodham
    a.l.woodham@bham.ac.uk.

    Visit the World Heritage Studies MA page on the University of Birmingham web site for more details!

     
  • AK 1:38 pm on May 6, 2013 Permalink | Reply
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    Master in World Heritage and Cultural Projects for Development 2013-2014. Deadline: 7 July 2013 

    http://worldheritage.itcilo.org/
     
  • AK 3:24 pm on January 31, 2013 Permalink | Reply
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    Konarak’s Retrospective Statement of Outstanding Universal Value accepted by UNESCO 

    Wonderful news from HCN member and ASI consulting architect Saptarshi Sanyal:

    3 continuous (on and off) years of work here. UNESCO’s World Heritage Centre has finally approved the Statement on Konarak that I drafted. It should be on their website soon. It takes time, but it happens.

    Being shared especially for lovers of and professionals trying to preserve our built heritage. This was prepared with generous inputs from my erstwhile senior colleague, eminent archaeologist Dr. D.V. Sharma and officers of Bhubaneswar Circle, ASI.

    https://www.facebook.com/notes/saptarshi-sanyal/konaraks-retrospective-statement-of-outstanding-universal-value/10152461221695562

     
  • AK 6:13 pm on January 17, 2013 Permalink | Reply
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    Recitation of Sacred Buddhist Texts in Ladakh on UN List 

    http://news.outlookindia.com/items.aspx?artid=782756

     
  • AK 10:42 pm on November 17, 2012 Permalink | Reply
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    Chandigarh: UT seeks ASI representation 

    http://www.dailypioneer.com/state-editions/chandigarh/108552-ut-seeks-asi-representation.html

     
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