ICOMOS Open archive - 20 latest additions

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1. Karakul, Özlem (2007) Folk Architecture in Historic Environments: Living Spaces for Intangible Cultural Heritage. Milli Folklor-International and Quarterly Journal of Cultural Studies, 19 . pp. 151-163. ISSN 1300-3984 [Article]
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2. Caballero, Gabriel Victor and Pereira Roders, Ana (2014) Understanding Trends on Urban Heritage Research in Asia. In: 2th International Conference on Urban History: Cities in Europe, Cities in the World, 3 - 6 September 2014, Lisbon, Portugal. [Conference or Workshop Item] (Submitted)
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3. Caballero, Gabriel Victor (2016) Understanding the different histories and heritage meanings of the Singapore Botanic Gardens, to interpret its importance to people and the State. In: International Conference on Heritage Education: Historical Education in Asia, Issues & Challenges, 27-29 August 2015, Manila, Philippines. [Conference or Workshop Item]
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4. Curtis, Roger (2015) Clay Mortars for Masonry Buildings. Clay Mortars for Masonry Buildings . pp. 1-12. [Article]
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5. Rodrigues, Angela R. (2017) Ruína e patrimônio cultural no Brasil. PhD thesis, University of São Paulo. [Thesis]
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6. Lins, APMBC (2015) As Ferrovias como Patrimônio Cultural Mundial: Os Estados-partes, a UNESCO e o Valor Universal Excepcional. "The Railways as a World Cultural Heritage: States Parties, UNESCO and the Outstanding Universal Value". PhD thesis, Federal University of Pernambuco - UFPE. [Thesis]
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7. Falser, Michael (2001) The Bamiyan Buddhas, performative iconoclasm and the ‘image’ of heritage.In: The image of heritage. Changing perception, permanent responsibilities. ICOMOS Scientific Committee for the Theory and Philosophy of Conservation and Preservation, Florence, pp. 157-169. ISBN 978-88-596-0886-8 [Book Section]
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8. Falser, Michael (2015) Theory-Scapes transkulturell. Zur Karriere des Begriffs der Authentizität in der globalen Denkmalpflege. Österreichische Zeitschrift für Kunst und Denkmalpflege, LXIX (1/2). pp. 33-40. [Article]
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9. Curtis, Roger and Kennedy, Amy (2007) Damp: Causes and Solutions. Damp: Causes and Solutions . pp. 1-8. [Article]
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10. Karakul, Özlem AN INTEGRATED APPROACH TO CONSERVATION BASED ON THE INTERRELATIONS OF TANGIBLE AND INTANGIBLE CULTURAL PROPERTIES. METU Journal of the Faculty of Architecture . [Article]
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11. Maxwell, Ingval (2007) Cleaning Sandstone: Risks and Consequences. Cleaning Sandstone: Risks and Consequences . pp. 1-8. [Article]
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12. San Vicente, Javier (2010) Guia básica para el conocimiento de la investigación etnográfica. El Canto de la Musa. [Other]
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13. San Vicente, Javier and Fernandez, Teresa (2011) Ineficacia de la Legislación del Patrimonio etnológico en Castilla y León: Los catálogos de Patrimonio en las Normas de Ordenación Urbana.In: XVIII Congreso Internacional Conservacion y Restauracion de Bienes Culturales, 9-11 Noviembre de 2011, Granada, Espa�a. [Conference or Workshop Item]
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14. (2016) Problemática, acciones y retos: Gestión y manejo del Patrimonio Mundial en México. Other. INAH 138p. ISBN 978-607-484-860-1. [Book]
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15. Selmo, DavidSturt, FraserMiles, JamesBasford, PhilipMalzbender, TomMartinez, KirkThompson, CharlieEarl, Graeme and Bevan, George (2017) Underwater reflectance transformation imaging: a technology for in situ underwater cultural heritage object-level recording. Journal of Electronic Imaging, 26 (1). [Article]
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16. Editor : Sankovic Simcic, Vjekoslava (2016) Savremene percepcije kulturnog naslijeda Austro-Ugarske u Bosni i Hercegovini. Radovi sa simpozija od 22.novembra 2014.u Sarajevu.Contemporary perception of the Austro-Hungarian cultural heritage in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Proceedings of the Symposium from 22nd November 2014 in Sarajevo. (Publication written in two alphabets Latin and Cyrillics). Conference Volume. ICOMOS Bosnia and Herzegovina 244p. ISBN 978-9958-9094-7-4 (electronic version). [Book]
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17. Direccion de Patrimonio Mundial (2016) Hereditas. , 25-26. 104p . ISSN 2448-6841 [Journal]
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18. (2017) ICOMOS Guidance on Post trauma recovery and reconstruction for World Heritage Cultural Properties. Working Paper. ICOMOS 16p. [Book] (Unpublished)
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19. (2014) Extended abstracts of the International Colloquium Visitor management and carrying capacity at World heritage sites in China,17-19 May 2013 Mogao Grottoes,Dunhuang.Documentation. The Getty Conservation Institute 166p. [Book]
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20. Dominguez, Virginia R.Silverman, HelaineReuben, GrimaAssaad, SeifWebber, NdoroLilley, IanLertcharnrit, ThanikHigueras, AlvaroMoyer, Teresa S.Gadsby, David A. and Morris, Stephen(2017) World Anthropologies. Special section on Cultural Heritage/Management. American Anthropologist, 119 (1). pp. 122-140. ISSN 1548-143 [Article]
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