8TH GENERAL ASSEMBLY- WASHINGTON, 1987

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Table of contents / Table des matieres

VOLUME 1

ICOMOS

Introduction
     TERRY B. MORTON, HON. AIA, CHAIRMAN, US/ICOMOS

Symposium Committee Comite du Coloque

Sub-theme 1: Conservation and preservation of monuments, districi's and sites
Sous-thème 1: La conservation et la protection des monuments quartiers et sites

De la Charte de Venise à celle des villes historiques
     JEAN BARTHELEMY, BELGIUM

The Impact of the Public Review Process on New Design in Historic Districts in the United States
     ELLEN BEASLEY, U.S.A

Arquitectura, Urbanismo y Arqueología: Propuesta para una restauración
     JORGE BENAVIDES SOLIS

- A Monument of Dual Parentage: The Preservation of the Historic City Centre of Galle, Sri Lanka
     ASHLEY DE VOS, SRI LANKA

Urban Regeneration and Design Control in Historic Districts
     DARYL FOWLER, UNITED KINGDOM

Completion of the Bell Tower and Spire, The Cathedral Church of Saint Saviour, Goulburn, New South Wales, Australia
     PETER FREEMAN, AUSTRALIA

The Trends of Monument Preservation, Restoration and Use in the Towns of Lithuanian SSR (USSR)
     JONAS GLEMZA, U.S.S.R

Monument Preservation and Postmodern Architecture in Frankfurt am Main, West Germany
     GISELHER HARTUNG, FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY

The Ancient Great Wall in a New Era
     HOU REN ZHI, PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA

Thomas Jefferson's University of Virginia: Restoration of the Academical Village
     JAMES MURRAY HOWARD, U.S.A.

Restauration d'une maison ancienne dans une petite ville historique
     CLAUDE JACCOTTET, SWITZERLAND

The adaptive use of certain ancient water mills as industrial vemacular monuments in Hungary
     ZSOLT ISTVAN KISS, HUNGARY

Archaeological-Architectonic Discoveries and Expositions in Wroclaw
     EDMUND MALACHOWICZ, POLAND

The Stone Town of Zanzibar -Conservation of a difficult heritage
     ULRICH MALISIUS, TANZANIA

- Design of New Additions in Rothenburg after the Year 1945
     VINCENT MAYR, FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY

Pour la sauvegarde du patrimoine et de l'environnement d'une î1e méditerranéenne: L'Ile de Djerba, Tunisie
     MOHAMED AJMI MIMITA, TUNISIA

Les Problèmes de la survie des ensembles antiques du Proche-Orient: L'Exemple de Doura Europos
     BENJAMIN MOUTON, FRANCE

Values of a Monument in a New World
     FRANZ NEUWIRTH, AUSTRIA

The Rehabilitation of the Seminario Conciliar Building in the San Juan Historic Zone: A Fight Against All Odds
     ARLEEN PABON DE ROCAFORT, U.S.A.

Estudio para la Restauración de los Absides de la Catedral del Salvador de Zaragoza (España)
     ANGEL PEROPADRE MUNIESA, SPAIN

Rivaud : Un quartier nouveau dans la ville historique de Poitiers
     LA VILLE DE POITIERS, DENISE CAISSO & MATHILDE LECHARPENTIER, FRANCE

A Highway as a Historic Resource
     SHARR PROHASKA, U.S.A.

Restauration de l'Hôtel de Croisilles pour l'installation de la bibliothèque des archives et de la salle de la Commission Supérieure des Monuments Historiques
     CHRISTIANE SCHMUCKLE-MOLLARD, FRANCE

Steps taken in preservation of traditional identity in Beijing
     SHEN BO, PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA

Design of New Structures in Historic Districts
     VJEKOSLAVA SANKOVIC SIMCIC, YUGOSLAVIA

Preservation and Town Planning: New Elements in an Old Fabric
     ROGER A. F. SMOOK, THE NETHERLANDS

Design of Commercial Fonctions in Historic Areas
     GABOR SZALAY, HUNGARy

Australia's Phoenix -The Re-emergence of First Government House
     HELEN TEMPLE, AUSTRALIA

Complex Preservation and Present-Day Use of Historical Architectural Ensembles in Estonia
     FREDI TOMPS, U.S.S.R.

Preservation and Restoration of Monuments of Svaneti
     IRAKLI TSITSIHVILI, U.S.S.R.

- The revaluating of the site of the former Cistercian Abbey of Herkenrode by integrating into it a new monastery for the Regular Canonesses of the Holy Sepulchre
     LUCAS VAN HERCK, BELGIUM

Conservation and Revitalisation of Historically Valuable City-cores in West Germany all the end of the 2Oth century
     DIETHER WILDEMAN, FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY

- "American Houses" in the Provinces of Hungary
     GABOR WINKLER, HUNGARY
   
Sub-theme 2 : Technology, techniques and training in preservation and conservation
Sous-thème 2 : Technologie, techniques et formation dans le domaine de la protection et de la conservation

The Skills Development Plan for Historical Architects in the National Park Service
     EMOGENE. BEVITT, U.S.A.

La photographie aérienne oblique, une technique nouvelle de perception et de sauvegarde des cultures anciennes dans la Province de Québec, Canada
     PIERRE BUREAU & PIERRE LAHOUD, CANADA

Preservation du Patrimoine et Pédagogie
     FRANÇOISE CHOAY, FRANCE

Restoring the Statue of Liberty: Construction or Conservation?
     E. BLAINE CLIVER & E. LAWRENCE BELLANI'E, U.S.A.

La Formación de especialistas en conservacion del patrimonio cultural inmueble en Mexico
     S. DIAZ-BERRIO, MEXICO

Monitoring Air Pollution Impacts on Anasazi Ruins at Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado, USA
     DONALD A. DOLSKE & WILLIAM T. PETUSKEY, U.S.A.

Vitesse d'Accumulation des Polluants Soufrés sur les Pierres en Oeuvre
     V. FURLAN & F. GlRARDET, SWITZERLAND

Sensibiliser les jeunes au patrimoine en France
     BERNADETTE M. GRADIS, FRANCE

Possibility of Increasing the Durability of Stone by Changing its Porous Structure
     ZAVEN A. HATSAGORTSIAN, U.S.S.R

- The Influence of Temperature and Moisture on Sandstone Masonry Movements
     J.L. HEIMAN, AUSTRALIA

Marble Discoloration at the Taj Mahal: A Proposed Explanation
     B. B. HICKS, U.S.A., & MANJU KUMARI, INDIA

Sunshine: the worst enemy of wooden façades
     PANU KAILA, FINLAND

The Impact of Building Regulations and Standards on Preservation and Conservation: A Global Perspective
     MARILYN E. KAPLAN, U.S.A.

A New Documentation Methodology: Videographic Architectural Analysis
     C. BARRETT KENNEDY, DENNIS B. JONES, ROBERT P. SCHUBERT & MICHAEL G. YAMARIK, U.S.A,

Application of Near-Infrared Spectral Reflectance Measurements for Detection of Acid Damage to Building Stones
     MARGUERITE J. KINGSTON & LAWRENCE C. ROWAN, U.S.A

Non-Destructive Diagnosis of Building Condition
     RICHARD A. LIVINGSTON, U.S.A, & ROBERTO FRASSE'ITO, ITALY

The Protection of Monuments Against Air Pollution
     RICHARD A. LIVINGSTON & NORBERT S. BAER, U.S.A.

Fire Prevention in Norway's Listed Buildings
     NILS MARSTEIN, NORWAY

Diagnostic Methods for Evaluating Conditions and Managing Change in Historic Structures
     HUGH C. MILLER, U.S.A.

Special training for architects in the field of monument preservation
     MARTIN MUSCHTER, GERMAN DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC

Structural Monitoring of Castillo de San Marcos National Monument
     BENJAMIN NISTAL-MORET, DENNIS B. PENN, TODD RUTENBECK, LAWRENCE I. KNAB & JAMES R. CUFTON, U.S.A.

The Nova Scotia Heritage Inventory Programme
     DANIEL NORRIS, CANADA

Comparative Analysis of Stone Cleaning Technologies Applied in Hungary
     EVA ORCSIK, HUNGARY

The Proposed Restoration of the Encaustic Tile Ceiling at Bethesda Tenace, Central Park, New York City
     KATE BURNS OTTAVINO, U.S.A.

The Dangers of Installing Air Conditioning in Historic Buildings
     TIM PADFIELD, U.S.A .

Training in "Photogrammetry in monuments preservation" and the application of modern methods of photogrammetry in monuments preservation
     LASZLO KIS PAPP, HUNGARY

Preliminary Investigations for the Restoration of the Wies Church
     MICHAEL PETZET, FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY

The Preservation of Stone Today: Technology Awaits Philosophy
     RICHARD PIEPER, U.S.A.

The Seismic Retrofit of the City and County Building in Salt Lake City: A Case Study of the Application of Base Isolation to a Historic Building
     THEODORE H. M. PRUDON, U.S.A.

Analysis of Structural and Geotechnical Behaviour. Case Study: Consolidation of the Basement Floor of the Catete Palace, Rio de Janeiro
     SILVIA NONES DE OLIVEIRA POCCIONI, BRAZIL

Undoing a Miracle Cure-All: Removing an Acrylic Coating from Federal Hall National Memorial 
     WALTER SEDOVIC, U.S.A.

The Effects of Modern Restoration Techniques on the Prehistoric Temples of the Maltese Islands
     GENNARO TAMPONE & SERGIO VANNUCCI, ITALY

- Successful Use of Soft Abrasives (Walnut Shells) for Cleaning Outdoor Bronze Sculpture by Air Jets
     NICOLAS F. VELOZ, A. W. RUFF & W. THOMAS CHASE, U.S.A.

New World Evaluation of Wood Degraded by Old Cultures: Evaluation of Residual Strength Characteristics in Micro-organically Degraded Wood
     JAMES A. WERMUTH, U.S.A.

Ancient civilization --New Technologies
     MIHALY ZADORHUNGARY 


VOLUME 2

ICOMOS

Introduction
     TERRY B. MORTON, HON. AIACHAIRMAN, US/ICOMOS

Symposium Committee / Comite du Colloque

Sub-theme 3 : Monuments in relation to their natural and built environments and their historical contexts
Sous-thème 3 : Les monuments en relation avec leur environnement bati naturel et dans leur contexte historique

Rural Architecture in Sicily
     CALOGERO BELLANCA, ITALY

Lusitanian Patrimony in the World
     AUGUSTO PEREIRA BRANDAO, PORTUGAL

The Garden City Idea in Australia Before the Great War
     SHERIDAN BURKE, AUSTRALIA

Sauvegarde et avenir du petit patrimoine rural, usuel et culturel, dans les pays membres d'ICOMOS
     J. CAHEN-SALVADOR, FRANCE

Virginia City, Nevada: Time, Change and Integrity in an Historic Place
     T. ALLAN COMP, U.S.A.

-Sacred Sites in Contemporary Cultures
     PATRICIA J. CUMMINGS, U.S.A.

We seek Aïd for Polish Architecture in the Traditional
     OLGIERD CZERNER, POLAND

El Río de la Plata, la memoria de una región y la recuperación de sus identidades culturales
     GRACIELA DI IORIO, HERMAN CLINCKSPOOR, NORA DEMARCHI & MARIA DE LAS NIEVES ARIAS INCOLLA, ARGENTINA

The Vistula Mennonite House in Poland, the Soviet Union and America
     JERRY A. DICK, CANADA

Between Two Earthquakes: The Management of Cultural Property in Seismic Zones
     BERNARD FEILDEN, UNITED KINGDOM

Interaction Between Urban Planning and Traditionally Vernacular Architecture (some examples from Yugoslavia)
     NADJA KURTOVIC FOUC, YUGOSLAVIA

Towards the Conservation of the Stilt House Settlements in Lake Maracaibo(In Spanish)
     ANDRES M. GARCIA, VENEZUELA- German Settlements in South Australia: The Adaptation and Modification of a Traditional Rural Lifestyle in a New World
     ANNE'ITE GREEN, AUSTRALIA

Dutch Colonial Architecture and Town Planning
     C.L TEMMINCK GROLL, THE NETHERLANDS

- British Architecture in the Four Metropolitan Cities of India -What to Conserve and for Whom?
     NARAYANI GUPTA, INDIA

The Beginnings of a Tradition: The Adoption of the Log House by the Chipewyan of the Northwest Territories,Canada
     JUDITH JACOB, U.S.A.

De la Difficulté, en Europe, d'être et de demeurer asiatique: Le Cas du Temple de Nogent-sur-Marne
     BERNARD JAVAULT, FRANCE

The Traditional Irish Rural Dwelling
     BRIAN P. KENNEDY, IRELAND

Sauvegarde de la caractéristique nationale de l'environnement dans un monde en changement
     TODOR KRESTEV VASSILEV, BULGARIA

Air Pollution and Conservation: A National Action Plan
     CHRISTIAN LAINE, SWEDEN

A Certain Kind of Spirit: The Preservation of the Character and the Conservation of Fabric in Historic Structures
     RANDOLPH LANGENBACH, U.S.A.

Some Aspects of the Development of the Wooden Towns in the Nordic Countries Until the 2Oth-Century
     KNUT EINAR LARSEN, NORWAY

Where Does Our Architectural Heritage Belong?
     DAVID LOWENTHAL, UNITED KINGDOM

- Trazados Urbanos Históricos en América Latina: El Caso Peruano. Propuestas Para Su Preservacion 
     LEONARDO MATTOS-CARDENAS, ITALY

Cultural Monuments in the Four Corners: Sacred Land in a Changing World
     KIMLA MCDONALD, U.S.A

La Ville Transatlantique: Angra do Heroismo, Ville- Témoin de la Conquête d'un Océan, et des Rapports entre l'Europe et le Nouveau Monde
     ALVARO MONJARDINO, PORTUGAL

Architecture Métissée et Patrimoine
     SAID MOULINE, MOROCCO

- Preservation Philosophy: The Basis for Legitimating the Preservation of the Remains of Old Cultures in a Modern World with New Value Systems
     DAG MYKLEBUST, NORWAY

-Venetian Colonial Secular Architecture in the Ionian Islands
     NICHOLAS N. PATRUCIOS, U.S.A.

Tradiciones vernáculas y transculturaciones barrocas en la arquitectura Rioplatense (siglos XVI a XVIII)
     ALBERTO DE PAULA, ARGENTINA

A Bathhouse of the late 16th-century at Dieburg/West Germany
     HELMUT REINHARDT, FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY

The Architectural Heritage of the National Minorities of the Carpathian Basin
     ANDRAS ROMAN, HUNGARY

Historic Cairo: Causes of Deterioration and Suggestions for Preservation
     SALEH-LAMEI MOSTAFA, EGYPT

Preservation and Interpretation of Colonial Gothic Architecture at Allahabad in India
     R. SENGUPTA, INDIA

The Reconstruction of Historical cores in Belgian Cities after their Destruction in the First World War
     MARCEL SMETS, BELGIUM

The conservation of buildings and gardens of the Dessau- Worlitz reformatory work
     HELMUT STELZER, GERMAN DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC

European Folk Architecture in Wisconsin: The Transfer of Old World Building Traditions to a New World Setting
     WILLIAM H. TISHLER, U.S.A.

Bamboo or Brick: the travails of building churches in Spanish Colonial Philippines
     REGALADO TROTA JOSE, PHILIPPINES

Porto Longone, Today Porto Azzurro, at Elba Island: A Spanish Stronghold in Tuscany, to be recovered in the new environmental context.
     GIAMPAOLO TROTTA, ITALY

Historical Cities and Post-Modern Architecture. The Rebirth of Machiya in Kyoto: From Moneyland to Loveland
     ATSUSHI UEDA, JAPAN

The Threats of Petro-boom upon Traditional Houses of Makkah al Mukarramah
     NlHAL & BÜLENT ULUENGIN, TURKEY

Sub-theme 4: Managing monuments as a national resource
Sous-thème 4: La gestion des monuments en tant que ressource nationale

Discrepancies Between U .S. National Preservation Policy and the Charter of Venice
     GUSTAVO F. ARAOZ. JR. & BRIAN L. SCHMUECKER, U.S.A.

Managing the Archaeological Heritage as an International, National and Local Resource
     MARGARETA BIORNSTAD, SWEDEN

Preservation in the Virgin Islands: Problems in Translating Cultural Values
     WILLIAM CHAPMAN, U.SA.

Research Programs for the Management of Cultural Resources in Marine Protected Areas
     CALVIN R. CUMMINGS, U.S.A.

Some experiences on monument preservation on the provincial level in Flanders
     C.G. DE DIJN, BELGIUM

Pacta Sont Servanda: Reinterpreting the World Heritage Convention
     MARC McC. DENHEZ, CANADA

The Impact of Visitors on the Medieval Cathedrals and Abbeys of England
     JANE FAWCETT , UNITED KINGDOM

Historic Buildings at Risk: a strategy to identify redondant (onder-used) and dilapidated buildings and to rescue them
     JOHN FIDLER, UNITED KINGDOM

Monitoring the Effect of Historic Building Controls in London
     RICHARD J. GRIFFITH, UNITED KINGDOM

An Illustration of Preservation Work in the Netherlands
     J.M. HENGEVELD, THE NETHERLANDS

Historic preservation: a new culture in old worlds?
     YUDHISHTHIR RAJ ISAR, INDIA

Private Initiatives to Protect Heritage Monuments and Sites
     PETER C. JAMES, AUSTRALIA, & SANDRA K. McCALLUM, CANADA

Partnership in Preservation: Historic Property Leasing in Hot Springs National Park
     DIANE A. JUNG, U.S.A.

Issues From Maritime Law Regarding Heritage Resources of Pacific Rim Nations
     ROGER EDWARD KELLY, U.S.A.

Managing Megalithic Tombs as a National Resource in the Netherlands
     R.H.J. KLOK, THE NETHERI.ANDS

Reformulation des stratégies développés au Brésil pour la conservation des centres historiques
     CYRO ILLIDIO CORREA DE OLIVEIRA LYRA, BRAZIL

The Preservation of Cultural Sites and Artistic Treasures in War Areas: Past Efforts and Needed New Initiatives
     CHARLES McCONNEY , U .S.A.

Earth Architecture of South Morocco: Problems of Conservation
     JEAN.LOUIS MICHON, SWITZERLAND

Expérience touristique, pierre angulaire du tourisme culturel
     CLAUDE MOULIN, CANADA

Land Use Planning and the Conservation and Management of World Heritage Sites of Kilwa Kisiwani and Songo Mnara, Tanzania,
     AMINI A. MTURI, TANZANIA

Historic Shipwrecks: A Growing Concern of the National Trust for Historic Preservation
     CAROL OLSEN, U.S.A.

The Preservation of the Ceremonial Complexes of Easter Island
     NlCHOLAS N. PATRICIOS, U.S.A.

Historic Preservation by the Department of the Army in the United States
     CONSTANCE WERNER RAMIREZ, U.S.A.

- The Archaeologist's Dilemma
     RONNY REICH, ISRAEL

Townscape Maintenance and the Preservation of Historic Centres in Austria
     RAINER REINISCH, AUSTRIA

Financing Public Monuments
     P.W. RUMBLE, UNITED KINGDOM

Cultural heritage as part of development strategies in rural areas
     CHRISTINA SANDSTROM, SWEDEN

A National Initiative to Protect Ancient Monuments in England
     A.D. SAUNDERS, UNITED KINGDOM

- Canadian Government Policies: are they Promoting Conservation Principles and Standards?
     GOUHAR SIMISON, CANADA

Conflicts Between Old and New: Traditional Owners and Site Managers in Australia
     M.C. TRUSCOTT, AUSTRALIA

The protection and preservation of monuments and sites in the Federal Republic of Germany: legal, fmancial and organizational aspects
    WERNER TRÜTZSCHLERV. FALKENSTEIN, FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY

Reconstruction and Restoration of Old Districts of the City of Tbilisi
     IRAKLI TSITSISHVILI, U.S.S.R.

The Preservation Problems of Harar City
     SOLOMON WOREDEKAL, ETHIOPIA

 

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Table of Contents
Table des matières
Preface
Préface
Participants
Nara Document on Authenticity
Document de Nara sur l'authenticité
Foreword by Herb Stovel: Working Towards the Nara Document
Avant-propos par Herb Stovel: Vers le Document de Nara


PART 1: Framing Presentations / Présentations générales

Bernd von Droste and Ulf Bertilsson: Authenticity and World Heritage

Jukka Jokilehto: Authenticity: a General Framework for the Concept

Nobuo Ito: "Authenticity" Inherent in Cultural Heritage in Asia and Japan. Le concept d' authenticité inhérent au Patrimoine culturel en Asie et au Japon

Henry Cleere: The Evaluation of Authenticity in the Context of the World Heritage Convention


PART 2: Session Presentations and Reports / Présentations et rapports des séances

Session 1: Changing Concepts of Authenticity
Séance 1: Concepts d' authenticité en évolution

Jukka Jokilehto: Session Report . Compte-rendu de la séance

Michael Petzet: "ln the full richness of their authenticity" - The Test of Authenticity and the New Cult of Monuments.

Françoise Choay: Sept propositions sur le concept d'authencité et son usage dans les pratiques du patrimoine historique.

David Lowenthal: Changing Criteria of Authenticity

Roberto di Stefano: L'authenticité des valeurs

Session 2: Authenticity and Cultural Diversity
Séance 2: Authenticité et diversité culturelle

Joan Domicelj: Session Report. Compte-rendu de la séance

P. Jimbi Katana and George H.O. Abungu: The World Heritage Convention and Kenyan Historical Sites

Ereatara Tamepo: Maori Authenticity and Cultural Diversity in New Zealand {Aotearo)

Yukio Nishimura: Changing Concept of Authenticity in the Context of Japanese Conservation History
Evolution du concept d'authenticité dans l'histoire de la conservation au Japon

Session 3: Authenticity and Heritage Diversity
Séance 3: Authenticité et diversité du patrimoine

Jean-Louis Luxen: Compte-rendu de la séance . Session Report

Tamâs Fejérdy: Authenticité dans la restauration des monuments historiques.

Carmen Anon Feliu: Authenticité. Jardin et paysage

Elias Mujica: Authenticity and Heritage Diversity: Archaeological Sites and Cultural Landscapes in the Andean Countries

Session 4: Discussion
Séance 4: Débats

Henry Cleere: Session Report . Compte-rendu de la séance


PART 3: Summary Papers / Résumés

Maria Dolores Penna de Almeida Cunha: On Authenticity

Carmen Anon Feliu: Authenticity. Garden and Landscape

Inder Kumar Bhatnagar: Some Thoughts on Fakes and Forgeries

Dinu Bumbaru: Authenticité et dignité-patrimoine et dimension humaine. Authenticity and Dignity-Heritage and Human Dimension.

Christina Cameron: Authenticity and the World Heritage Convention

Pisit Charoenwongsa: Authenticity: Doeslt Really Matter Much?

Françoise Choay: Sept propositions sur le concept d'authenticité. Seven Propositions on the Concept of Authenticity

Joan Domicelj: A Question of Authenticity: Cultural Diversity

Bernd von Droste:Authenticity in the World Heritage Sense

Natalia Dushkina: Authenticity: Towards the Ecology of Culture

Tamâs Fejérdy: Authenticité dans la restauration des monuments historiques.

Amareswar Galla: Authenticity: Rethinking Heritage Diversity in a Pluralistic Framework

Guo Zhan: The Particularity of "Authenticity" in the Conservation of Cultural Property in China

H.A.J.Henket and N.Tummers: Authenticity of the Modem Movement

Nobuko Inaba: What Is the Test of Authenticity for Intangible Properties?

Nobuo Ito: " Authenticity" Inherent in Cultural Heritage in Asia and Japan

Hiroshi Kanaseki: Reconstructing a Ruin from Intangible Materials

Kimio Kondoh: Landscape, Garden and Authenticity

Todor Krestev: Cultural Diversity and the Concept of Authenticity. La diversité culturelle et la conception de l'authenticité

Marc Laenen: Authenticity in Relation to Development

Saleh Lamei: Authenticity and The Egyptian Heritage Diversity

Knut Einar Larsen: "The Test of Authenticity" and National Heritage Legislation

Chester H. Liebs: Observations on Authenticity and Cultural Heritage

David Lowenthal: Managing the Flux of Authenticity

Jean-Louis Luxen: Approches de l'authenticité: modestie et pluralisme

Nora J. Mitchell: Evaluating Authenticity of Cultural Landscapes: a Perspective from the U.S.

Elias Mujica: Authenticity and Heritage Diversity: Archaeological Sites and Cultural Landscapes in the Andean Countries

Samidi: Some Ideas on the Changing Concept of Authenticity

Herb Stovel: Considerations in Framing the Authenticity Question for Conservation

Hiroyuki Suzuki: Authenticity of Set ting in the Cyclical Culture.

Barrie Trinder: Authenticity in the lndustrial Heritage

Robert Turner: Authenticity in Wines

Appendices / Annexes

1. Conference Agenda
Ordre du jour
2. Scientific Management Group Comité de direction scientifique
3. Conference on Authenticity in Relation to the World Heritage
Convention. Preparatory Workshop. Bergen, Norway, 31 January - 2 February 1994. Table of Contents of the Workshop Proceedings
4. Address list of the participants at the time of printing
Liste d'adresses des participants au moment de l'impression

 

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Contents

Relazione generale. ItalianoEnglishFrançais
GUGLIELMO DE ANGELIS D'OSSAT


Dottrina della conservazione e del restauro dei monumenti e dei siti

- Rapport général. FrançaisEnglish
MICHEL PARENT

Character of constructive elements fit for façades in a vernacular ensemble
HEINZ WOLFF* 

Historic monuments as cultural values
MILAN ZELEZNIK* 

Le respect du patrimoine architectonique est la base de l'expression contemporaine
JERKO MARASOVIK 

L'architecte et les artisans  de la restauration des monuments: mission et collaboration
CHARLES BONNET -THEO-ANTOINE HERMANES -CLAUDE JACCOTTET -ALFRED WYSS

Où se porte la protection des monuments?
EMANUEL HRUSKA

Un aspect théorique de la documentation en vue de la préservation de l'authenticité des oeuvres après  des interventions de conservation 
HANS FORAMITTI 

Documentación y evidencias en  obra
GRACIELA MARIA VIÑUALES 

Dilemmas of preservation
DAVID LOWENTHAL

The case of the ise grand shinto temple in  Japan
BUN]I KOBAYASHI* 

Cultural tourism: new opportunity for the  industrial city 
CAROLE RIFKIND 

The choice of areas within archaeological sites which   demand a stricter protection 
IVA CURK

Criterios actuales en la defensa de la ciudad histórica
JOSÉ MANUEL GONZALEZ-VALCARCEL*

The preservation of historic buildings in Great Britain: a review and commentary on the legislation  and the influence of pressure groups
BERNARD KAUKAS

Illustrazioni

 

 

Conservazione dei materiali de applicazione della ricerca scientifica al restauro

- General report. EnglishFrançais
BERNARD FEILDEN 

Traditional materials and the necessity of environmental tt constants" in sardinian architecture 
TATIANA K. KIROVA * 

The production and use of pit burnt tar
PANU KAILA* 

Façade restoration of the Renwick gallery or art: materials investigation and architectural analysis
HOLLIS J. STEVENS -S. Z. LEWIN -A. E. CHAROLA

- Shingles and shingled roofs
KRISTIN TOLLESTEN


Applicazione della ricerca scientifica e della tecnologia all'analisi ed al consolidamento delle strutture architettoniche

- Relazione generale. ItalianoFrançais ; English
SALVATORE DI PASQUALE

Medidas preventivas en monumentos ubicados en zonas sísmicas así como aplicación del sistema «pilotes de control» para su recimentación y renivelación
JAIME ORTIZ LAJOUS

Consolidation de voûtes en maçonnerie à l'aide d'injections d'epoxy sous pression fort n° 1 - lau zon, Québec (Canada) 
FRANÇOIS LEBLANC

- Earthquakes and Historic buildings
BERNARD FEILDEN -ALESSANDRO ALVA

La restauration des grandes colonnes dans la Cathédrale Notre-Dame à Anvers (Belgique)
ANDRÉ DE NAEYER * 

A mathematical model for the stress analysis of masonry 
C. A. ANSELMI -L. FINO

Adhesives in masonry structures experimental analysis
CLAUDIO ALESSANDRI -ENRICO BARONI -BERTA LEGGERI - VALENTINO VASARRI

Photoelastic stress analysis in masonry structures
CARLO BLASI -MARTA PECCHIOLI


Illustrazioni

 

Organizzazione dei servizi di tutela, inventari formazione professionale 

- Ponencia general. EspañolFrançaisEnglish
CARLOS CHANFON OLMOS 

Organization of the services of preservation, cataloguing and professional training
GIOVANNI DI GESO

The education of craftsmen for restoration in Finland 
PANU KAILA

The New-York City Urban Cultural Resources Survey (UCRS)
MEREDITH H. SYKES

La restauración de monumentos arquitectónicos y su relación con la restauración de bienes muebles y la museografía 
ALEJANDRO ROJAS GARCIA

Education in the integral process of architectural and urban beritage protection and revitalization
TOMISLAV MARASOVIC

Education for conservation
DEREK LINSTRUM

Need for a broad based approach in training for conservation of cultural property
SASI PRAKAS SOREY

Professional training in conservation skills
PATRICK A. FAULKNER

- Formación y desarrollo de un servicio de protección de monumentos en la península de Yucatán
SALVADOR ACEVES

 

 

risk

 

1998

145 pages


19 Euros


Contents

GLOSSARY
PREFACES
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

SECTION I : THE CONTEXT

1. INTRODUCTION.

WHY A MANUAL ON RISK-PREPAREDNESS FOR CULTURAL HERITAGE ?

RISK-PREPAREDNESS IN THE CONTEXT OF THE WORLD HERITAGE CONVENTION
The benefits of the Convention.
Operation of the Convention
Cultural-heritage-at-risk relative to the Convention.

DEVELOPMENT OF THE MANUAL

A USER'SGUIDE TO THE MANUAL

2. THE IMPORTANCE OF RISK-PREPAREDNESS FOR CULTURAL HERITAGE

ATTITUDINAL OBSTACLES: ARGUMENTS AND COUNTER-ARGUMENTS

A CULTURAL-HERITAGE-AT-RISKFRAMEWORK

3. PRINCIPLES OF RISK-PREPAREDNESS FOR CULTURAL HERITAGE

INTRODUCTION. PRINCIPLES

4. DEVELOPING A SOUND APPROACH TO RISK-PREPAREDNESS FOR CULTURAL HERITAGE PROPERTY

PLANNING FRAMEWORK FOR RISK-PREPAREDNESS

RISK-PREPAREDNESS FOR DIFFERENT FORMS OF CULTURAL HERITAGE
Cultural Heritage
Monuments.
Archaeological Sites.
Historic Settlements.
Cultural Landscapes

SECTION II. DEVELOPING PROPERTY -SPECIFIC STRATEGIES TO IMPROVE RISK-PREPAREDNESS FOR CULTURAL HERITAGE

5. FlRE

DAMAGE TO PROPERTY
Damage to buildings and their contents.
Damage to historic districts
Damage to cultural landscapes and archaeological sites

DEVELOPING A FIRE-PREVENTION STRATEGY
Responsibility for developing the strategy
Elements of the strategy

REDUCING RISK
Strengthening resistance to fife
Fire detection and monitoring

DEVELOPING A FIRE-RESPONSE PLAN.

BUILDING THE STRATEGY: TECHNICAL AND PLANNING MEASURES
Minirnizing risk
Fire retardation and property protection.
Fire detection and warning systems
Development of response plans.

RESPONSE
For the fire safety manager and tearn
For occupants. For local fire officials

RECOVERY
The structure should be stabilized
The negative effects of the fire and fire-fighting methods should be addressed .
Detailed condition assessment should be made of the fire-damaged structure
Initiate salvage recording and conservation measures for damaged objects,
elements and the structure.
Reinstate ail alarm systems and fire-fighting equipment
Prepare repair and reconstruction plans.

6. EARTHQUAKES AND RELATED DISASTERS

DAMAGE TO PROPERTY

DEVELOPING AN EARTHQUAKE-PREPAREDNESS STRATEGY
Responsibility for developing the strategy
Elements of strategy

BUILDING THE STRATEGY: PLANNING AND TECHNICAL MEASURES
Reducing risks
Increasing earthquake resistance
Earthquake early warning and detection systems
Development of a response plan

RESPONSE

RECOVERY

7. FLOODING

DAMAGE TO PROPERTY

DEVELOPING A FLOOD-PREPAREDNESS STRATEGY
Responsability for developing the strategy
Elements of the strategy
Reducing risks
Increasing flood resistance
Flood-detection and monitoring
Flood-response planning

BUILDING THE STRATEGY: PLANNING AND TECHNICAL MEASURES
Reducing risks
Increasing resistance to floods
Flood early warning and detection systems
Development of a response plan

RESPONSE

RECOVERY

8. ARMED CONFLICT

DAMAGE TO PROPERTY

THE CONTEXT: THE CONVENTION FOR THE PROTECTION OF CULTURAL PROPERTY IN THE EVENT OF ARMED CONFLICT

DEVELOPING A SRTATEGY FOR THE PROTECTION OF CULTURAL HERITAGE IN THE EVENT OF ARMED CONFLICT

9. 0THER HAZARDS

TSUNAMI

AVALANCHES, LAND AND MUD SLIDES AND FLOWS

WINDS OR TROPICAL STORMS (HURRICANES, TYPHOONS, ETC.)

HAZARDS OFHUMAN ORIGIN

INADEQUATE MAINTENANCE

INDUSTRIAL POLLUTION AND DISASTERS

SECTION III. PUTTING RISK-PREPAREDNESS INTO PRACTICE

10. GUIDELINES FOR DEVELOPING SITE-SPECIFIC PREPAREDNESS PLANS.

GUIDELINES FOR ADV ANCE PLANNING.

GUlDELINES FOR REACTION DURING DISASTER OR CONFLICT

POST-DISASTERORPOST-CONFLICTGUIDELINES.

SUMMARY CHECK LIST FOR DAMAGE ASSESSMENT

11. IMPROVING RISK-PREPAREDNESS FOR CULTURAL HERITAGE AT THE NATIONAL LEVEL

INTRODUCTION

ELEMENTS OF IMPROVED RISK-PREPAREDNESS

A PROCESS MODEL FOR IMPROVING RISK-PREPAREDNESS FOR CULTURAL HERITAGE

12. SOURCES.

WRITTEN AND AUDIOVISUAL SOURCES.
Inter-Agency Task Force documents

TECHNICAL AND PLANNING REFERENCES
General references

APPENDIX A. THE DECLARATION OF QUEBEC

APPENDIX B. THEKOBE-TOKYO DECLARATION

APPENDIX C. THE BLUE SHIELD MOVEMENT

APPENDIX D. ICOMOS RECORDING PRINCIPLES

APPENDIX E. THE ASSISI DECLARATION

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