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Heritage conservation and social engagement / edited by Renata F. Peters, Iris L. F. den Boer, Jessica S. Johnson, Susanna Pancaldo

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London : UCL Press, 2020.
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1 online resource (xiv, 183 pages)
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Subjects:
Historic preservation -- Social aspects.
Cultural property -- Protection -- Social aspects.
Contents:
Cover
Halftitle Page
Title Page
Copyright Page
Table of contents
List of figures
List of tables
Notes on contributors
Preface
Acknowledgements
Introduction
Note
1 Conservation and engagement: transforming and being transformed
Introduction
Contemporary conservation
Conservation and participation
Implicit ideas of truth and neutrality
Artist's intention
Reversibility
Minimum intervention
Condition
Visibility and neutrality
Transforming and being transformed
Action and reflection
Conclusions
Notes
References
2 Conservation and collaboration: a discussion
Introduction
A brief history of conservation and Indigenous concerns
Codes of ethics
Changing priorities in conservation and museums in response to stakeholders
Relationships between the conservation field as a whole and community stakeholders
The preservation of heritage
Collaboration in heritage preservation: three examples
Conclusion
Notes
References
3 The role of conservation education in reconciliation: the example of the Iraqi Institute for the Conservation of Antiquities and Heritage
Introduction
The Iraqi Institute in context
The Iraqi Institute
The ideas behind the Iraqi Institute
Educational programmes 2009-14
Year 1 (Introductory): Preventive Conservation for Archaeology and Museums
Year 2 (Advanced): Laboratory Conservation for Archaeology and Museums
Didactic method
Formal curriculum review
Developing the heritage preservation community in Iraq
Education and reconciliation
2014-16
Nimrud Rescue Project, 2017
Conclusion and thoughts
Acknowledgements
Notes
References
4 Community involvement in built heritage conservation: the case study of the Birzeit Historic Centre Project, Palestine
Introduction
Social dynamics in local development and the role of heritage conservation
Benefits of community involvement on the sustainability of conservation
State of the practice of community involvement in built heritage conservation
Birzeit, Palestine: a case study and evaluation
Description of the case study
Evaluation
Effectiveness
Efficiency
Relevance
Impact
Critical issues
Notes
References
5 Putting sustainability into practice: the use of locally available materials in conservation
Introduction
Standards in preventive conservation
Responding to local needs: appropriate solutions for conservation
Planning models for sustainability
Standards in the real world: the use of non-specific conservation materials
Developing a methodology for selecting locally accessible storage materials
Cost-benefit analysis
Re-evaluating testing techniques
Response and review
Keeping things in perspective
Conclusions
Acknowledgements
Notes
References
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, MI Available via World Wide Web.
Description based on online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on January 13, 2021).
Contributor:
Peters, Renata F., editor.
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ISBN:
9781787359239
1787359239
9781787359208
1787359204
1787359220
9781787359222
9781787359215
1787359212
9781787359246
1787359247
Publisher Number:
40030337280
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