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Inventorisation of Modern Heritage

INVENTORISATION OF MODERN HERITAGE: Urbanism & Landscape - Edinburgh College of Art,  Conference 13 March 2014

Conference Pamphlet
Conference Overview and Speaker Biographies
Introduction Welcome & Introduction

Conference Chair: Dr Miles Glendinning (Professor of Architectural Conservation, University of Edinburgh) 
Paper 1 "Recording our Recent Past: State and Private Inventorisation Initiatives "

by Diane Watters (Architectural Historian, RCAHMS)
Paper 2 "Recording 20th-century wartime landscapes"

by Geoffrey Stell (Building Historian)
Paper 3 "The Inventorisation of New Town Landscapes: Principles for the identification and selection for listing Glenrothes’ Town Art"

by Dawn McDowell (Historic Scotland Deputy Head of Listing and Designed Landscapes)
Paper 4 ‘The Role of Documentation in the Conservation of the Post-War University Campus’

by Caroline Engel (PhD Candidate in Architecture, University of Edinburgh) 
Paper 5 "Between commonness and utopia: inventorising social housing in Flanders"

by Karina Van Herck (Researcher at the Flanders Heritage Agency)
Paper 6 "Critical assessment of postwar crossborder heritage"

by Anna Wojtun (Exhibition Researcher, Glasgow City Heritage Trust)
Paper 7
"Regeneration of Hutchesontown ‘B’ – The role of inventorisation in area assessment"

by Katherine Atkinson (Digitalisation Heritage Specialist, RCAHMS)
Paper 8 "Recognition and Documentation of Modern Movement Landscapes in Asia" 

by Jan Haenraets, PhD (Landscape Architect and Heritage Specialist, Atelier Anonymous, Vancouver) 
Paper 9 "Housing, Modernism and Cultural Heritage"

by Poul Sverrild (Director of Forstadsmuseet, Copenhagen)
Conference Poster Conference Poster and Schedule of Events


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