Outcomes of ICOMOS University forum published in the IJCP

cover IJCPSix extended papers have been published after full peer review in a special issue on “Authenticity and Reconstruction”, guest-edited by Cornelius Holtorf, in the International Journal of Cultural Property 27(2), 2020, 161-290. The papers are accessible in free open access at the links below:



On 13-15 March 2017, the pilot ICOMOS University Forum Workshop “A Contemporary Provocation: Reconstructions as Tools of Future-making” was held at ICOMOS International Headquarters in Paris, France. Its aim was to stimulate dialogues between professional heritage consultants and academic heritage experts. The meeting was co-organised by Cornelius Holtorf, Loughlin Kealy, Toshiyuki Kono, and Marie-Laure Lavenir.

An initial publication of selected papers in ICOMOS University Forum Volume 1 can be found at: https://www.icomos.org/en/what-we-do/disseminating-knowledge/icomos-university-forum/52636-volume-1-icomos-university-forum-workshop-on-authenticity-and-reconstructions-papers-12).



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ICOMOS' work on recovery and reconstruction

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