Publication of ICOMOS University Forum Volume 1 on Authenticity and Reconstructions

Article Index

Volume 1 - Table of contents

Editorial board: Prof. Cornelius Holtorf, Toshiyuki Kono, Prof. Loughlin Kealy

→ Munawar, Nour A. (2018) Rebuilding Aleppo: Public Engagement in Post-Conflict Reconstruction. ICOMOS University Forum, 1 . p. 1-18. ISSN 2616-6968 [Article]

→ Okahashi, Junko (2018) Identification of “exceptional circumstances” where reconstruction of cultural heritage is accepted. ICOMOS University Forum, 1 . p. 1-9. ISSN 2616-6968 [Article]

→ Crișan, Rodica (2018) Uses and Abuses of Reconstruction. ICOMOS University Forum, 1 . p. 1-19. ISSN 2616-6968 [Article]

→ Khalaf, Roha W. (2018) An extended viewpoint on reconstruction in the World Heritage context: towards new guidance. ICOMOS University Forum, 1 . p. 1-17. ISSN 2616-6968 [Article]

→ Garraffoni, Renata Senna (2018) Heritage and multivocal history: Can past inspire new futures? ICOMOS University Forum, 1 . p. 1-13. ISSN 2616-6968 [Article]

→ Holtorf, Cornelius (2018) Conservation and heritage as future-making. ICOMOS University Forum . p. 1-13. ISSN 2616-6968 [Article]

→ Benson, Ciaran (2018) Authenticity’ for the Visited or for the Visitors? ‘Collective Memory’, ‘Collective Imagination’ and a View from the Future.ICOMOS University Forum . p. 1-11. ISSN 2616-6968 [Article]

→ Sulfaro, Nino (2018) Reconstruction And Conservation In The Post-Truth Era. Historical Lies, Authenticity, Material Evidence. ICOMOS University Forum . p. 1-11. ISSN 2616-6968 [Article]

→ Piazzoni, Maria Francesca (2018) In Support of Stylistic Reconstructions: Some Thoughts on Authenticity and Justice. ICOMOS University Forum . p. 1-14. ISSN 2616-6968 [Article]


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