Masterclasses 2016

  2016 series poster 
Date
Speaker
Title
Details
 21/01
Dennis Rodwell 
Challenges in the management of World Heritage Sites: the delisting of Dresden and the danger listing of Liverpool
 
 28/01
Bénédicte Gaillard
Perspectives on political, legal and historical conflicts over cultural landscapes: the case of the Dresden Elbe Valley
 

Dresden City Centre (© Bénédicte Gaillard)

  4/02
Miles Oglethorpe
 The Forth Bridge World Heritage Journey
 
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11/02

with Europa Nostra UK
Mark Hopton
 The Abbotsford Project: Romantic Rationalism (Europa Nostra / European Union Cultural Heritage Award 2014)
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  18/02

New Architectures: World Heritage

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 John McElgunn

 

 

 

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Julian Harrap

Challenging contemporary contextualism: The World Conservation and Exhibitions Centre at the British Museum

 

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Museum Buildings: Meanings and Methodologies
 
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 25/02
Caterina Giannattasio
The Contemporary Relevance of Cesare Brandi’s theory: The international competition for the Pozzuoli Temple-Dome conservation  and design intervention
 
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 3/03

with IHBC Scotland

 

Carsten Hermann
EFFESUS Improving the energy efficiency of historic districts – A European research project
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 10/03
Patricia Macdonald and Angus Macdonald
Foregrounding the ‘background’: current debates on the wider cultural landscape
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17/03
Jerzy Elżanowski
Building into ruins:  The heritage of displacement
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*postponed for 9/06*

Leticia Leitão

 

Connecting Practice: Defining new approaches towards a more integrated consideration of natural and cultural heritage under the World Heritage Convention 
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 Hors-série
*date tbc*

 

Azar Soheil
title tbc

BOOKINGS       
e-pay Full series      £180 (45 students)
e-pay Individual masterclasses      £20 (£5 students)
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EVENTBRITE     UoE staff and students only (with valid ID card)