Publications received in 2018 at ICOMOS Documentation Centre



Betons Cahier ICOMOS France No29Béton(s). Architectures en bétons dans les Alpes; restaurer les bétons, la masse et l'épiderme. Proceedings of the international symposium organized by ICOMOS France, Labex AE&CC and the Ecole Nationale Supérieure d'Architecture de Grenoble in Grenoble, France, on 23-24 November 2017. Lagneau, Jean-François (ed.). Paris, ICOMOS France, 2017. 181 p., illus. (Les Cahiers d'ICOMOS France, No. 29). [Fre]

ISSN : 0297-3189

Le béton, matériau emblématique du vingtième siècle architectural, émerge peu à peu comme vecteur de valeur patrimoniale. Mélange à haute valeur technique, symbole d’une transition industrielle et sociale, panseur des après-guerres, esthétique et controversé, partout le béton s’incarne en biens singuliers ou se déploie en vrai paysage culturel, comme dans les cités franciliennes et sur les flancs de la vallée grenobloise.

Ce patrimoine est sujet à diverses détériorations que scientifiques et architectes s’attèlent à résoudre, au travers de démarches variées et d’innovations techniques d’importance.

Nourri des échanges tenus lors des journées scientifiques —dans le cadre de la célébration 200 ans de béton à Grenoble— des 23 et 24 novembre 2018, ICOMOS France livre dans cet ouvrage une rétrospective des origines du béton depuis ses ancrages et ses usages en Isère, et fait le point sur les progrès importants accomplis au regard de la connaissance des pathologies et de la finesse des modes de conservation/restauration (en Europe et en outremer), vingt ans après la publication des actes du colloque de référence tenu dans la ville emblématique du Havre.

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Patrimoine et débat public Cahier ICOMOS France 28Patrimoine & débats publics : un enjeu citoyen. La protection des patrimoines peut-elles être un processus démocratique ? Proceedings of the international symposium organized by ICOMOS France in Charenton-le-pont, France, les 24-25 novembre 2016. Tilmont, Michèle (ed.), Orozco-Souël, Paola (ed), Gotfried, Cédric (ed). Paris, ICOMOS France, 2017. 104 p., illus. (Les Cahiers d'ICOMOS France, No. 28). [Eng and Por]

ISSN : 0297-3189

While there is an increasing distance between political discourse and citizen expression, consulting and debating before taking any public decision is already considered a necessary obligation in France when it comes to environment issues. Public participation to measures to protect and manage the heritage that forms our cultural heritage and common good is becoming the rule.
How to meet this obligation of consultation? Which methods should be used in order to guarantee a constructive dialogue between heritage stakeholders and to reduce the distance between the knowledge of the experts summoned and the views of users supported by many activist associations?
Diverse consultation mechanisms implemented in response to a diversity of heritage objects reflect new forms of citizen involvement: properties inscribed on the World Heritage List, historic centres, natural sites or landscapes...

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Preserving Your way My wayICOMOS Portugal 
Preserving transcultural heritage: Your way or my way? Questions on authenticity, identity and patrimonial proceedings in the safeguarding of architectural heritage created in the meeting of cultures. Actes du colloque tenu à Lisbonne, 5-8 juillet 2017, organisé par ARTIS | Institute of History of Art, the School of Arts and Humanities of the University of Lisbon and ICOMOS portugal. Rodrigues dos Santos, joaquim (ed.). Casal de Cambra, Portugal, Caleidoscópio, 2017. 963 p., illus., bibl.

ISBN 978-989-658-467-2

The globalization that began centuries ago with trade, technology, culture, politics and military exchanges between different people, increasing progressively its intensity until our days, became originator of a heritage created exactly in the meeting of cultures. This new transcultural heritage (or hybrid heritage) presents a whole range of different complexities that makes more or less complicated its safeguarding and preservation for coming generations. 
Questions concerning the safeguarding of this kind of heritage involve a vast set of themes: the intense polemic about the preservation of architectural structures, whose memory can allude symbolically to cultures
considered as oppressors; the debate on authenticity, generated by confrontations between patrimonial values coming from cultures involved in the creation of each particular transcultural heritage – which could differ substantially, and therefore should be taken in consideration in the moment to decide how to act to preserve
that heritage –; the problematic related to migratory fluxes; the ideological instrumentalisation of architectural heritage; the touristic mercantilization of cultural monuments; and several other related themes, demanding the increment of the debate on them.

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CIVVIH Symposium2016ICOMOS International committee on Historic Towns and Villages (CIVVIH)
Urban Heritage and Sustainability. Avgerinou-Kolonias, Sofia (ed.), RII, Hae Un (ed.). ICOMOS CIVVIH, 2017. 356 p., illus., bibl.

ISBN 979-11-950076-1-5

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Heritage sites of astronomy an archaeoastronomy in the context of the UNESCO World Heritage Convention. Thematic study No. 2. Ruggles, Clives (ed.). Bognor Regis, UK, Ocarina Books, 2017. 304 p., illus., bibl.

ISBN: 978-0-954086-20-8 (paparback edition) 
ISBN : 978-2-918086-19-2 (e-book)

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Thematic Study WATER Cover second editionDec2017okICOMOS International 
Cultural Heritages of Water: The cultural heritages of water in the Middle East and Maghreb / Les patrimoines culturels de l’eau : Les patrimoines culturels de l’eau au Moyen-Orient et au Maghreb
. Thematic study / Étude thématique. Cotte, Michel (ed.). Charenton-le-Pont, France, ICOMOS International, 2018. 375 p., illus., bibl.

ISBN: 978-2-918086-26-5
ISBN: 978-2-918086-22-2 (e-version)

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Modern conservation No5Modern Conservation No. 5. Šekaric, Branka (ed.). Belgrade, ICOMOS Serbia, 2017, 313 p., illus.

"The fifth issue of “Modern Conservation” contains five articles in the first chapter while the chapter on Conservation Practice consists of 12 papers (see attached Contents). 
Following an outstanding response to the interviews with Prof. Jukka Jokilehto, Prof. Todor Krestev, Dr. Stefano De Caro and Mihael Petzet in the previous issues, the fifth issue brings an interview with Prof. Wilfried Lipp, Austrian expert in conservation field, President of ICOMOS Austria and President of International Scientific Committee on Theory and Philosophy of Conservation and Restoration: Theophilos. The chapter International documents carries translations of five documents in the field of conservation, while the chapter Reviews carries four papers on the books and the events in the field. 
The fifth issue of “Modern Conservation” continues with the tradition of publishing the articles of foreign experts whose contributions are in line with the concept of periodical, which advocates for the promotion of ethically-founded conservation practice and constructive dialogue between all participants in the protection system, with the basic idea of improving the discipline and enhancing concern and responsibility for preservation of heritage in our society." (Presentation by the publisher)

ISSN 2334-9239

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Historic environment29 3 2017

Australia ICOMOS 
Heritage, sustainability and social justice. Volume 29, No. 3. Victoria, Australia Icomos, 2017. 96 p.

ISSN : 0726-6715


Books by ICOMOS members

boris Dubovik Riin AlataluBoris Dubovik: "Vanalinn, minu lemmik!". Vana Tallinn muinsuskaitsja pilgu läbi.
Seidla, Anu; Alatalu, Riin. Talinn, Ajakool OÜ, 2017. 192 p., illus. (est).

Boris Dubovik, origin from Ukraine, first arrived to Tallinn in 1972 at the age of 17 and has  worked with Tallinn Old Town since, starting as an ordinary worker, later researcher  to the head of the Division of Heritage Protection of Tallinn. The book is the story on the heritage protection in Tallinn Old Town from the beginning of 20th century. Tallinn has very many unique protected monuments, but it has been also protected as a conservation area since 1966. in 1997 Tallinn was listed as WH Site as a well-preserved historic city with its medieval city structure and housing. The book is set up as a narrative and illustrated with many pictures to give the reader the understanding of the background of the decisions of heritage authorities and the interconnection of heritage protection with other trends and developments of the society. (description by © the author)  

WH HRWorld Heritage and human rights : lessons from the Asia-Pacific and global arena.  Larsen, Peter Bille (éd.). Londres, Routledge, 2018. 325 p., illus., maps. (Eng). Incl. bibl., index.

The World Heritage community is currently adopting policies to mainstream human rights as part of a wider sustainability agenda. This book provides both a review of World Heritage policy at the global level and case studies from Asia-Pacific (including Australia, South and Southeast Asia and China) of how human rights issues impact on both natural and cultural heritage sites and their management. (summary by © the editor)

Publications received in 2011 at ICOMOS Documentation centre


International Polar Heritage Committee (IPHC) of ICOMOS
Polar settlements Couv001Polar Settlements: Location, Techniques and Conservation. A compilation of presentations made to the IPHC conference held in Punta Areans, Chile in April 2010. 100 p., illus.

ISBN:  978-82-996891-3-7

ICOMOS ISC* on Heritage Documentation (CIPA)
couv-cipaCIPA Heritage Documentation: Best practices and applications. Athens: CIPA, 2011. 103 p., illus.

ISSN: 1682-1750

ICOMOS International
stoneICOMOS Monuments and Sites Vol. XV: ICOMOS-ISCS: Illustrated glossary on stone deterioration patterns / Ilustrovaný glosár proveju poskození kamene. Paris: ICOMOS-ISCS, 2008. 78 p., illus.

ISBN: 978-2-918086-07-9. English-Czech version / Angliko-ceská verze.

ICOMOS International
stoneICOMOS Monuments and Sites Vol. XV: ICOMOS-ISCS: Illustrated glossary on stone deterioration patterns / Illustriertes Glossar der Verwitterungsformen von Naturstein. Paris: ICOMOS-ISCS, 2008. 78 p., illus.

ISBN: 978-2-918086-07-9. English-German version / Englisch-Deutsche Fassung.

theimage of heritage ICOMOS ISCThe image of Heritage - Changing perception, permanent responsibilities. Proceedings of the International Conference of the ICOMOS International Scientific Committee for the Theory and the Philosophy of Conservation and Restoration, 6-8 March 2009, Florence, Italy. Ed. by Tomaszewski, Andrzej and Giometti, Simone. Florence, Edizioni Polistampa, 2011. 346 p., illus.

ISBN: 978-88-596-0886-8

ICOMOS Finland
Paimio hospital Couv002Integrity and authenticity in modern movement architecture: Case Paimio hospital. Outcomes of the International expert seminar, 1-2 October 2009 in the Paimio hospital, Finland. Ed. by Salastie, Riita. Helsinki, ICOMOS National Finnish Committee, 2010. 123 p., illus.

ISBN: 978-952-67465-0-0

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ICOMOS International
Thematic study rock-artRock Art in Asia - A thematic Study. Ed. by Clottes, Jean. Paris, ICOMOS, 2011. 384 p., illus.

ISBN: 978-2-918086-08-6

ICOMOS International
Thematic study 2-astronomyIAU: Heritage Sites of Astronomy and Archaeoastronomy in the context of the UNESCO World Heritage Convention - A Thematic Study. Ed. by Ruggles, Clive and Cotte, Michel. Paris, ICOMOS-IAU, 2011. 274 p., illus.

ISBN: 978-2-918086-06-2 (numéro rectifié en juin 2016)

ICOMOS ISC* on Archaeological Heritage Management
Petra-ICAHM SpringerTourism and Archaeological Heritage Management at Petra. Ed. by Comler, Douglas C. New York, Springer, 2012. 187 p., illus.

ISBN: 978-1-4614-1480-3

ICOMOS St. Petersburg National Branch
5-PetersburgWorld Heritage - The Historical Landscape of the Saint Petersburg Agglomeration. Ed. by Gorbatenko, Sergey. Saint Petersburg, ICOMOS St. Petersburg National Branch, 2011. 116 p., illus.

ISBN: 978-5-904560-02-7

ICOMOS Austria, Luxembourg, Switzerland, Germany
chartes allemandInternationale grundsätze und richtlinien der denkmalpflege / Principes et directives internationaux pour la conservation / International principles and guidelines of conservation.
München, ICOMOS Deutschland, Stuttgart: Fraunhofer IRB Verlag, 2012. 250 p., illus.

ISBN: 978-3-8167-8647-4.

ICOMOS ISC* for the Theory  and the Philosophy of Conservation and Restoration
Conservation-TurnConservation turn - Return to conservation. Tolerance for change - Limits of change. Proceedings of the International Conferences of the ICOMOS International Scientific Committee for the Theory and the Philosophy of Conservation and Restoration, 5-9 May 2010, Prague/Cesky Krumlov, Czech Republic / 3-6 March 2011, Florence, Italy. Ed. by Lipp, Wilfried and Stulc, Josef. Florence: Edizioni Polistampa, 2012. 350 p., illus.

ISBN: 978-88-596-1079-3

The International Committee for the Conservation of the Industrial Heritage

TICCIHIndustrial Heritage Retooled: The TICCIH Guide to Industrial Heritage Conservation. Ed. by Douet, James. Lancaster: Carnegie Publishing, 2012. 256 p., illus.
ISBN 978-1-85936-218-1

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ICOMOS Austria, Luxembourg, Switzerland, Germany
couv monumentaiiDenkmalpflege: Internationale grundsätze in theorie und praxis / Conservation of monuments and sites: International principles in theory and practice. Berlin, hendrik Bäsler verlag, 2013. 268 p., illus. (Monumenta I
I) (various texts in Eng, Ger)

ISSN-Print: 2364-8910
ISBN: 978-3-930388-22-6. 22,80€


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ICOMOS International
HR2011 13 COUV

Heritage at risk: World Report 2011-2013 on monuments and sites in danger. Machat, Christoph (ed.); Petzet, Michael (ed.); Ziesemer, John (ed.). Berlin, hendrik Bäßler, 2014

ISBN: 978-3-930388-24-0

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Modern Conservation 2 2014

Modern Conservation. 2nd issue. Šekaric, Branka (ed.). Belgrade, ICOMOS Serbia, 2014. 315 p., illus. 

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The second issue of “Modern Conservation” has six articles in the first chapter wherein the authors discuss different topics ranging from Interrogating universality in conservation theory, Two decades anniversary of the Nara Document on Authenticity, Risk management of cultural heritage, Economic and social evaluation of conservation, Archaeological heritage protection paradigm changes to Biography of the Serbian architect Žarko Tatić.


ICOMOS Slovenia

ICOMOS Slovenia Monographic publications01International legal standards for heritage protection in a period of economic recession and tools for safeguarding protection standardsStokin, Marko (ed.), Ifko, Sonja (ed.); Ljunbljana, ICOMOS/SIC International Council on Monuments and Sites, Zdruzenje za ohranjanje spomenikov in spmeniskih obmocij, 2014. 77 p., illus. (Monographic publications of ICOMOS Slovenia ; 01) (Eng)

ISBN: 978-961-281-627-8

ICOMOS Argentina

40 Anos ICOMOS Argentina40 Años - ICOMOS ArgentinaDelheye, Pedro (ed.); Ciudad Autonoma de Buenos Aires, ICOMOS Argentina, 2014. 230 p., illus. 

ISBN: 978-987-29432-1-9


Pamjatniki-Arhitektury-ICOMOS-Rossija[Pamjatniki arhitektury: inzhenernye obsledovanija]. Engineering examinations of architectural monuments. Release 1 : The Pashkov House, The Bolshoi Theatre. Comité ICOMOS Russie, Sous-comité sur le diagnostic d'ingénierie des monuments architecturaux et urbains. Moscou, Izdateljstvo Associacii stroiteljnyh vuzov, 2003. 239 p., ill., index. (Rus/Eng)

ISBN: 978-2-918086-14-7

Australia ICOMOS

Historic Environment, Vol. 26, No. 2: World Heritage at 40 - The view from Australia. Winter, Tim (ed.). Victoria, Australie, Australia ICOMOS, 2014. 128 p., illus.

ISSN: 0726-6715 (Eng) 


Information and contact: georgia.meros[at]


ICOMOS Advisory Committee

ICOMOS-Scientific-Sympos Proceedings-Beijing-2012Tangible risks, intangible opportunities: Long-term risk preparedness and responses for threats to cultural heritage. ICOMOS Advisory Committee Scientific Symposium, 31 October 2012, Beijing, China. Chabbi, Amel (ed.), Jerome, Pamela (ed.), Jigyasu, Rohit (ed.), Kelley, Stephen J. (ed.), Reap, James (ed.). Charenton-le-Pont, France, ICOMOS, 2014. 222 p., ill. (Eng)

ISBN: 978-2-918086-14-7

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"Cultural heritage is exposed to numerous disasters resulting from natural hazards, such as earthquakes, floods, and cyclones, and increasingly from human-induced hazards, like arson, armed conflict and civil unrest. The great East Japan Tohuko Earthquake and Tsunami (2011); Thailand Floods (2011); Haiti, Chile and Christchurch earthquakes (2010); and recent civil unrests in Afghanistan, Libya, Egypt, Yemen and Syria have caused serious damage to tangible and intangible attributes of cultural heritage sites ranging from historic buildings, museums, historic settlements, as well as cultural landscapes. Undoubtedly, the frequency and intensity of some disasters has increased recently due to the impact of Global Climate Change, as well as social, economic and political changes. Considering these challenges, the ICOMOS Advisory Committee symposium in Beijing on “Reducing Risks to Cultural Heritage from Natural and Human-Caused Disasters” aimed to assess these risks and formulate policies, strategies and techniques for reducing risks to disasters, responding to emergencies and recovering from disasters."


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Building conservation in our time: Essays on the conservation of the built environment / Rakennussuojelu Ajassa: Pohdintoja rakennetun ympäristön suojelusta. Kovanen, Kirst (ed.), Ehrström, Margaretha (ed.), Häyrynen, Maunu (ed.), Vepsä, Marjo (ed.), Kivilaakso, Aura (ed.).Helsinki, Finnish National Committee of ICOMOS, 2014.  175 p., ill., index. (Eng/Fin)

ISBN: 978-952-67465-3-1

"The present publication presents the principles of restoration, as well as articles that shed light on research and the various ideas behind restoration. The selection of articles has been inspired by both, Finnish research and themes that have arisen from restoration and conservation works at the end of the 20th century. The authors present both theories and practical implementations."


Japan Earthquake-report2014

Progress report of Great East Japan Earthquake recovery: Present state of affected cultural heritage. Hanazato, Toshikazu (ed.), Kariya, Yuga (ed.), Yano, Kazuyuki (ed.).Tokyo, Japan ICOMOS National National Commmittee / Japan Cultural Heritage Consultancy, 2014. 25 p., illus. (Eng)

"This progress report aims to summarize the general conditions of the recovery projects being conducted on the cultural heritage that have been affected by the Great East Japan Earthquake. The direction of future examination on disaster countermeasures is also partially mentioned." November 5, 2014.


By ICOMOS Honorary member Mrs Angela Rojas
conservacion patrimonial ROJAS

Conservacíon patrimonial: teoría y crítica. Rigol, Isabel (ed.), Rojas, Angela (ed.). Havana, Editorial UH, 2012. 574 p., illus. (Spa)

ISBN: 978-959-7211-23-5 


ICOMOSFrance Biens-serie PM

Les biens en série du Patrimoine mondial : Nouvel enjeu, nouveaux critèresElectronic proceedings of the symposium held in Poitiers, France 17-18 December 2012. Martinot-Lagarde, Jean-Louis (ed.); Palmi, Isabelle (ed.); Gottfried, Cédric (ed.). Paris, ICOMOS France, May 2014. 196 p., illus. 

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As part of the 40th anniversary of the World Heritage Convention, this symposium addressed the notion of serial properties with a transversal approach. The first part consisted in an epistemological discussion of the concept of landscape in Europe and France, followed by a reminder of the political and administrative framework of landscape heritage management. Second followed the stories of projects, commitments actors around property sets or extensive property recently enrolled and projects in France, border and
in neighboring countries.

International Secretariat - World Heritage unit
ICOMOS WHThematicStudy SilkRoads final lv 201406 couvThe Silk Roads: an ICOMOS Thematic Study. Williams, Tim. Paris, ICOMOS, 2014. 152 p., illus.

ISBN: 978-2-918086-12-3. E-publication available for download.

ICOMOS thematic studies are a synthesis of current research and knowledge on a specific theme. The aim of this study is to provide an analysis of sites along the Silk Roads that could be used by States Parties participating in the Serial transnational World Heritage nominations of the Silk Roads as a basis for comparative analyses when nominating series of sites.

ICOMOS Germany
ICOMOS Germany Journal No57

UNESCO-Welterbe in Deutschland und Mitteleuropa: Bilanz und Perspektiven
Proceedings of ICOMOS Germany's international professional conference, Munich, 29-30 November 2012. ICOMOS Germany. Berlin, hendrik Basler Verlag, 2013. 196 p., illus. 

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The role of the integrated conservation of cultural heritage for a creative, resilient and sustainable city. Proceedings of the ICOMOS-CIVVIH Symposium, Naples, September 2012. Colletta, Teresa (ed.) Milan, FrancoAngeli, 2014. 150 p., illus.

ISBN: 978-88-204-5079-3. 20€


"The book offers a comprehensive overview of the intellectual development in urban conservation in the 21st century on the basis of the evolution and operational context of urban management and the development of local urban conservation policies and practices by ICOMOS [...] 'experts'."

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