ICOMOS University Forum Volume 1 - "A contemporary provocation: reconstructions as tools of future-making"
The papers in this first collection derive from The ICOMOS University Forum Workshop “A contemporary provocation: reconstructions as tools of future-making” held 13–15 March 2017 at ICOMOS International Headquarters in Paris, France. The meeting constituted a pilot project of the new ICOMOS University Forum to stimulate dialogues between academics and heritage experts.
Editorial board: Prof. Cornelius Holtorf, Prof. Loughlin Kealy, Prof. Toshiyuki Kono
Heritage, Conflict and Reconstructions: From Reconstructing Monuments to Reconstructing Societies.
‘Authenticity’ for the Visited or for the Visitors? ‘Collective Memory’, ‘Collective Imagination’ and a View from the Future.
When the ruins are gone: the sensible dimension of the heritage reconstructions
Uses and Abuses of Reconstruction.
Clarifying dynamic authenticity in cultural heritage. A look at vernacular built environments.
Garraffoni, Renata Senna
Heritage and multivocal history: Can past inspire new futures?
Conservation and heritage as future-making.
Khalaf, Roha W.
An extended viewpoint on reconstruction in the World Heritage context: towards new guidance.
Munawar, Nour A.
Rebuilding Aleppo: Public Engagement in Post-Conflict Reconstruction.
Identification of “exceptional circumstances” where reconstruction of cultural heritage is accepted.
Patiño Osorio, Mariana
The permanence of built environment - Authenticity and Reconstruction: the keys.
Piazzoni, Maria Francesca
In Support of Stylistic Reconstructions: Some Thoughts on Authenticity and Justice.
Reconstruction And Conservation In The Post-Truth Era. Historical Lies, Authenticity, Material Evidence.
Post-war Reconstruction, Authenticity and Development of Cultural Heritage in Syria.