“40 YEARS AFTER THE MANIFEST OF AMSTERDAM”
Extended deadline: August 30, 2015. The Center for Advanced Studies in Integrated Conservation (CECI) and associated institutions are pleased to invite researchers, practitioners, and experts in cultural heritage conservation to submit short papers and essays for discussion, intended toward composing the book 40 YEARS AFTER THE MANIFEST OF AMSTERDAM. The focus of this book is to promote analyses and reflections on the Manifest/Declaration of Amsterdam and its repercussions on the preservation of built cultural heritage. The publication will include papers tackling this main theme under the following, though not limited to, sub-thematic areas: • Conflicts between authenticity, integrity, and significance • Integrated conservation – theory and practice • Education as a component of citizenship building • Public policy – trends of patrimonialization
Contact: Karla Nunes Penna
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