19th General Assembly 2017 - Results of the Scientific Symposium

GA19 Delhi Logo BigList of Contents:

  1. Introduction

  2. Symposium Programme

  3. Keynote Speeches

  4. Final Papers

  5. Abstracts of Posters 

  6. Vartalaap Sessions

  7. Concluding Statements

  8. Delhi Declaration - EN (Acknowledgements and Letter from ICOMOS India) / FR (currently being translated)

  9. Yatra aur Tammanah Statement - Yatra: our purposeful Journey and Tammanah: our wishful aspirations for our heritage” on learnings and commitments from the Culture-Nature Journey - EN (Acknowledgements) / FR (currently being translated)

  10. Manthan Session

  11. Appendixes



 Introduction

19th ICOMOS General Assembly & Scientific Symposium 2017- An overview

ICOMOS General Assembly 2017 and the Scientific Symposium is an opportunity for heritage professionals and enthusiasts from around the world to come together on a common platform and deliberate on various aspects of heritage conservation and management. Young professionals also get a chance to interact with experts, comprehend the emerging issues and learn from national and international case studies on conservation and management of cultural resources.

ICOMOS holds its General Assembly every year and triennial General Assembly every three years. Till date, ICOMOS has held 18 sessions of its triennial General Assembly: twelve in Europe, two in Asia, two in North America and one in Africa.

ICOMOS India has been proud to organize the 19th triennial General Assembly in Delhi, India from 12th – 15th December, 2017. The theme of Scientific Symposium was “Heritage & Democracy”. 
More than 1,500 delegates from around the world and various fields of specialisation (archaeologists, architects, urban planners, engineers, curators, building conservation professionals, art historians) attended the events. It was thus a unique opportunity to promote international co-operation and strengthen understanding and communication in the field of heritage.

Scientific Symposium "Heritage and Democracy"

Scientific Symposium: Theme and Sub-themes

Heritage and Democracy was the designated theme for the Scientific Symposium organised in the largest Democracy of the world- India in the city of New Delhi from 11th to 15th December 2017 during the course of ICOMOS 19th General Assembly.
The fundamental idea of this Symposium is inspired by a recent global shift in heritage discourse towards a sincere people-centric engagement. The ICOMOS Scientific Symposium 2017 explored the possibilities for cultural heritage in a domain of multiple stakeholders, recognising the challenges of cultural diversity and resulting contestations amidst local and/or global communities.

We seeked contributions that identify sustainable means to work towards equity, ensure intellectual and physical access to heritage monuments and sites. They should acknowledge and build upon intangible associations with sites while empowering them to protect and interpret the future of our past in times of war and peace; with the increasing support of digital technology.
Concerns faced by the heritage community today raise some relevant question that need urgent addressal. How do we facilitate the multiplicity of perceptions that challenge, reject, renegotiate or simply ignore the dominant discourse on heritage? How can we identify, acknowledge and collaborate with owners, stakeholders and custodians of heritage from within our diversity? And then, how do we negotiate particular challenges to collectively safeguard our past?

The Symposium offered opportunities for collaboration as we continue the Culture-Nature journey to examine lessons to be learnt from ‘cultural studies of human endeavour’ to shift from fighting risk towards mitigating and adapting societies successfully.

Nupur Prothi Khanna
Sheridan Burke
Symposium Co-Chairs

 


 Scientific Symposium - Final papers

The titles which are not clickable, and marked with a *, refer to papers either not presented during the Scientific Symposium, and/or not submitted to the proceedings editorial team. / Les titres non cliquables et marqués d'une *  n'ont soit pas été présentés lors du Symposium Scientifique, soit pas été soumis à l'équipe éditoriale coordonnant la publication de ces actes.

Sub-Theme 1: Integrating Heritage and Sustainable Urban Development by engaging diverse Communities for Heritage Management 

SESSION 1: SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AND COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT
DATE: 13TH DECEMBER 2017, 900 HOURS TO 1730 HOURS
LOCATION: HALL GULMOHUR, INDIA HABITAT CENTRE
SESSION CO-CHAIRS: Gurmeet Rai- ICOMOS India, Ishanlosen Odiaua- ICOMOS Nigeria
RAPPORTEUR: Clara Rellesman- Rapporteur, Saumya Tripathi- Co-Rapporteur, Komal Potdar- Co-Rapporteur

Title Author(s) Country
Heritage Conservation in a Pluricultural Metropolitan Society  Citizen Participation and Consultation in Montréal * Dinu Bumbaru C.M. Canada
Sustainable post-earthquake rehabilitation in Kathmandu and Bagan Kai Weise India
Sustainable Cultural Heritage through Engagement of Local Communities Nizar Al Adarbeh, Jehad Haron USA
Memory and Practice of Reconciliation Churnjeet Mahn, Gurmeet Rai India
Local Cultural Heritage Development Supports Community Sustainability Kathleen H. Crowther USA
Community PLC - The role of community groups in supporting local government heritage entrepreneurship Carl Carrington England
Engaging Diverse Professionals into Heritage Management: An Approach of Diversifying Community of Professionals through an Academic Programme * Neel Kamal Chapagain India
Heritage sharing in the Communities of Historic Waterfront Towns in south China: A Way to Sustainable Development of Human Settlements on Polder Land Jing Wang China
A Tool for a Shared Decision-making about Urban Developments on Historic Areas Francesca Leder, Valentina Torelli Germany
NA Naima Benkari NA
The contribution made by mobilization of residents associations in the conservation of urban areas: the case of the Protected Areas of the Cultural Environment (APACs) of Rio de Janeiro city in the 1980s Julio Cesar, Ribeiro Sampaio Brazil 
Local Residents against Developers and Officials: a Case Study of Protection of Architectural Ensembles of Chesma Palace and Alexandrino Country Estate in Saint Petersburg (Russia) Nikolay Lavrentyev, Vladimir
Chernushev, Elena Malysheva, Nataliya Romanovskaya
Russia
Repurposing Unbuilt Heritage for the Community: Guidelines for Creating Equitable Public Spaces to Engage Diverse Populations in India Nidhi Madan India
The need for a common awareness of an evolving cultural landscape Catherine Madoni France
Stakeholder Viewpoints of Island Cultural Heritage Protection - Case Study of Kinmen and Xiamen Pei-Yao Yang, Shao-liang Hsu Chinese Taipei
Emerging Civic Engagement in the Revitalization of Minor Historic Centers, Cases from Reggio Calabria, Italy Ou Yapeng Italy
The legacy of Patrick Geddes in India and conservation of shared Indo-Danish Heritage in Serampore as an example of a current approach Flemming Aalund Denmark
Significance of three-layered community involvement in the sustainable conservation of the Historic Center of Mexico City Aya Miyazaki Japan
Representations of Migration, Articulations of Heritage and Belonging Ritika Khanna, A. Elliot Olson and Mare Heimrate Germany
Engaging Local Professionals for the Conservation of the Built Environment: The Japanese "Heritage Manager" System Alejandro Martinez Japan
Revival and Regeneration Strategies in Community Participation Perspective of Xi'an Sanxue Historic district, China Yuzhao Zhang, Yang
Chen, Mark Hoistad, Shanyao Zhu
China, USA
Community and Stakeholders Engagement in Revival of Urban Heritage: Restoration and Rehabilitation Project of the Roman Nymphaeum in Amman Mohammed El Khalili, Nizar Al Adarbeh, Abeer Al Bawab Jordan
Colonial heritage against local heritage: a duel between the State and the local population in the lower valley of the river Senegal? Abdoul Sow Senegal

 

SESSION 2: MANAGEMENT, DOCUMENTATION

DATE: 13TH DECEMBER 2017, 900 HOURS TO 1730 HOURS LOCATION: Stein Auditorium, India Habitat Centre SESSION CO-CHAIRS: Peter Cox- ICOMOS Ireland, Sofia Avgerinou Kolonias- ICOMOS Greece RAPPORTEUR: Maike Goedkoop- Rapporteur, Sowmya P S- Co-Rapporteur, Nithya Rajendran- Co-Rapporteur

Title Author(s) Country
Third sector organizations and community engagement: Towards sustainable conservation Caroline S. Cheong, Susan Macdonald, Shikha Jain, Kecia L. Fong Latin America, Ecuador, Myanmar, India
A sustainable model for reviving crafts integrating with pilgrimage along corridor connecting Puri Saeed Anisa Azharunnisa, Sumana Gupta India
Ulaanbaatar Ger area Cultural Heritage Tourism and Community Enhancement   Urtnasan Norov Mongolia
Reconquering democracy through cultural and natural heritage in Chile Claudia Gonzalez Muzzio, Claudio Rozas Vidal, Álvaro Flores Ortiz Chile
Development in the Heritage City, Case Studies from Historic Delhi Abdul Bari India
Avoiding the tragedy: Recommendations for an appropriation of Elinor Ostrom’s design principles in governing a commons within the context of built heritage conservation in the Philippines Marianne Claire Vitug Philippines
Sustainable Urban Conservation of Historical Cities Come Back to Thirty-Five Years of Observation in Fez Medina, Morocco Khalid El Harrouni Morocco
Heritage as the democracy of the dead, the living and the unborn: The role of dialogue with monuments in integrating commonalities Vassilis Ganiatsas Greece
Sustainable and participative management strategies for the historical center of Leon-Nicaragua Michele Paradiso, Greta Costantini, Paolo Milani, Sara Bucelli Cuba
The Reconnections and Rebrandings of Lioujia Irrigation Cultural Landscape by Educational Application in Hsinchu, Taiwan Hsiao-Wei Lin Chinese Taipei
Regenerating the Heart of Rural Ontario: New Life for Old Mills Carly Farmer Canada
Connecting Developing Countries and International Experts for More Resilient Cultural Heritage in Development Projects: Lessons from a World Bank Technical Deep Dive Barbara Minguez Garcia, James Newman Japan
Models of Heritage Tourism Sustainable Planning: The Case of the Island of Mljet Ana Mrda, Hrvoje Caric, Bojana Bojanic Obad Scitaroci Croatia
Between Family and State: Discussion on the Segmentation and Unification of Public Space within Shanghai Historic Lane Neighborhood Xiang Zhou, Aya Kubota China
Safeguarding an Identity Carved in Stone: Heritage Conservation of the Oamaru Historic Are in Otago, New Zealand Stacy Vallis, Caroline Orchiston,
Jason Ingham
New Zealand
Examining the decision making community in Government of India's HRIDAY (Heritage City Development and Augmentation Yojana) scheme Purvi Patel, Shobhit Tayal India
The Successful Broker for Community - A Study of New Revitalized Model of Cultural Heritage Management in TaiwanThe Successful Broker for Community - A Study of New Revitalized Model of Cultural Heritage Management in Taiwan Szu Ling Lin :
Integrating cultural heritage in urban territorial sustainable development Luigi Fusco Girard, Francesca Nocca Italy
Understanding Development Preferences of Visitors and Local Communities for Sustenance of World Heritage Sites : A Case of Ellora caves Shubhada Kamalapurka, Abhijit Natu India
Managing University Cultural Heritage: subverting gaps and founding equality Claudia Felipe Torres and Belkis Yaisy Zulueta Morciego Cuba
Cultural mapping as a tool for the disaster Mitigation Alex Yen, Chin-Fang Cheng Chinese Taipei

SESSION 3: WORLD HERITAGE, REGULATIONS AND GUIDELINES, AUTHENTICITY AND INTEGRITY

DATE: 14TH DECEMBER 2017, 900 HOURS TO 1730 HOURS
LOCATION: Gulmohur Hall, India Habitat Centre
SESSION CO-CHAIRS: Jigna Desai- ICOMOS India, Han Pilwon- ICOMOS Korea
RAPPORTEUR: Clara Rellesman- Rapporteur, Saumya Tripathi- Co-Rapporteur, Komal Potdar- Co-Rapporteur 

Title Author(s) Country
Canada's National Conversation on Cultural Landscapes Angela Garvey, Sharon Hong, Gerry McGeough, Lisa Prosper, Tatum Taylor, Ève Wertheimer Canada
Challenges to authenticity: Exploring the social transformations of historic Chinatowns in United States for sustainable urban development through the case of San Francisco Shuyi Xie Italy
Revival of Kolkata’s Chinatown: Democracy and its Role in Safeguarding the Heritage of Ethnic Minorities in India Kamalika Bose India
ICOMOS-UNESCO: United Youth for Heritage* D’amico Gabriele,
Giliberto Francesca
Germany
Ancient towns of Djenne: challenges of the conservation of buried architectural monuments and urbanisation on a living site inscribed on UNESCO’s list of World Heritage Hamet A. Diop, Alpha Diop, Lassana Cisse Mali
Community empowerment for sustainable development and examining its impact on built heritage - case : Mathura- Vrindavan& the Braj region of India. Author : Ms. Shalini Dasgupta India
Urban Regeneration and Preservation of Built Heritage: Case of Hauz Khas enclave precinct, New Delhi Nidhi Dandona, Manisha Balani India
D’une approche interventionniste de la réhabilitation du patrimoine à une approche inclusive de la population locale. Exemple de traitement des constructions délabrées dans la médina de Fès au Maroc Tarik Harroud Morocco
Examining the impact of urban transformations on traditional crafts and skills: Case of Amritsar’s historic core Niyati Jigyasu India
The social value of urban heritage: the limits to the implementation of the Historic Urban Landscape Recommendation in Shanghai Plácido González Martínez China
From tangible to intangible and return: hybrid tools for operationalizing historic urban landscape approach Martina Bosone, Anna Onesti, Paolo Franco Biancamano Italy
Real Illustration of Continuity in Human Fishing/Hunting Cultures from Past to Present - introduction about the conservation of stone tidal weirs at Taiwan Chijeng Kuo, Chocheng Li Chinese Taipei

 

Sub-Theme 2:The Role of Cultural Heritage in Building Peace and Reconciliation

SESSION 1: HERITAGE AS PEACE BUILDER, TYING AND BENEFITTING COMMUNITY

DATE: 13TH DECEMBER 2017, 900 HOURS TO 1730 HOURS
LOCATION: HALL SILVER OAK 1, INDIA HABITAT CENTRE
SESSION CO-CHAIRS: Alpha Diop- ICOMOS Mali, Shams Sharif Imon- ICOMOS Bangladesh
RAPPORTEUR: Nader Al Nouri- Rapporteur, Priyanka Singh- Co-Rapporteur, Richa Pandey- Co-Rapporteur

Title Author(s) Country
Hands-on Cooperation The Regional Restoration Camps Experience in the Othello´s Tower Conservation as a catalyst for communities working together in the Balkans BllaciMirian; Eaton, Jonathan; Eppich, Rand; Hadžić, Lejla; Mamani, Elena;,Eppich, Rand;Revilla Uzquiza, Igone; Zubiaga De La Cal, Mikel  Spain
Stabilization and Recovery of Iraqi Cultural Heritage in post-ISIS Contexts: Ongoing Efforts at the Iraqi Institute for the Conservation of Antiquities and Heritage Brian Michael Lione, Abdullah Khorsheed Qadir, Katharyn Hanson, Jessica S. Iraq
Antarctica: Human Heritage on the Continent of Peace and Science Bryan Lintott England
Heritage-making and Democratic Ideals in Albania: Spaç Prison as a Site of Dialogue Jonathan Eaton, Mirian Bllaci, Nedi Petri, Lejla Hadžić, Elena Mamani Albania
Connecting the past to the future: A vision for reconciliation in AnlongVeng, Cambodia Julia Mayer Australia
Power Through Unity: The Indian Memorial at Little Bighorn Battlefield and National Monument- A Case Study of Intangible Heritage, Reconciliation and Tribal Consultation * Lynda Bourque Moss USA
Role Du Patrimoine Culturel Dans Le Renforcement De La Paix, De La Comprehension Internationale Et De La Reconciliation: Patrimoine Vecteur De Paix Elena Cattarini Leger Italy
Finding a Future Together: How Heritage is helping New Zealand Heal the Pain of its Past Claire Craig New Zealand
Conflict and Reconciliation in Traditional Settlement Conservation- A case study of Chyonglin village of Kinmen, Taiwan Yi-Jen Tseng Chinese Taipei
Heritage as resilience: the role of minority communities in post-war Sri Lanka Ezra Melathi Saldin Australia
From Social Conflicts to Social Consolidation: Historic Urban Landscapes as a Dialogue Space in a Diasporic World Ou Yapeng, Marina Fumo Italy
The Green Bridge: Coming to Terms with Vilnius’ Soviet Legacy James N. Ferguson Lithuania
Conflict resolution between host communities and heritage authorities: The application of Selfish Gene Theory in Heritage Sharif Shams Imon and Cora Un In Wong Macau
Heritage values as a tool for promoting peace: the case of the modern architectural heritage in Cyprus Emilia Siandou England
Ancient stones for building bridges across closed borders Carsten Paludan-Müller Norway
Heritage in the Middle of Political Conflict: A Discourse Analysis of Mixed Reactions in Response to the Nomination of Sites of Japan’s Meiji Industrial Revolution Author Kae-Cherng Yang Chinese Taipei
Democracy, Knowledge, and Heritage Interface: The U.S. Heritage Programs Salim Elwazani, Ashutosh Sohoni USA
Case Study: the reconstruction of Beirut, Lebanon: Challenges, identities and models Siame -Hanna Ishac France
Industrial heritage as a reconciliation milieu of post-conflict areas Sonja Ifko, Ana Martinović Slovenia
The blue helmets of culture: making heritage a tool for peace, starting from its management structures Gabriele D'amico Soggetti Berlin

 

SESSION 2: HERITAGE AS VICTIM

DATE: 13TH DECEMBER 2017, 1645 HOURS TO 1730 HOURS
LOCATION: HALL SILVER OAK 1, INDIA HABITAT CENTRE SESSION CO-CHAIRS: Aparna Tondon- ICOMOS India, Bente Mathesen- ICOMOS Norway
RAPPORTEUR: Nader Al Nouri- Rapporteur, Priyanka Singh- Co-Rapporteur, Richa Pandey- Co-Rapporteur

Title Author(s) Country
World Heritage from the Perspective of Conflict Jana Chaudhuri India
The Dilemma of Democracy in the Conservation of Cultural Heritage in Taiwan Bor-Shuenn Chiou Chinese Taipei
Democracy: Washing the Socialist Stains from our Heritage Jaanika Reinvald England
Ars Memoria Sandra Uskokovic Croatia

 

SESSION 3: RECREATING IDEAS OF MEMORY


DATE: 14TH DECEMBER 2017, 900 HOURS TO 1300 HOURS
LOCATION: HALL SILVER OAK 1, INDIA HABITAT CENTRE
SESSION CO-CHAIRS: Catherine Forbes- ICOMOS-ICORP, Stephen Kelley- ICOMOS USA
RAPPORTEUR: Nader Al Nouri- Rapporteur, Priyanka Singh- Co-Rapporteur, Richa Pandey- Co-Rapporteur 

Title Author(s) Country
Community Activism in the Post Disaster Recovery of Cultural Icons in Christchurch and Kathmandu Catherine Forbes Australia
Hands-on Cooperation The Regional Restoration Camps Experience in the Balkans Bllaci Mirian, Jonathan Eaton; Rand Eppich, Lejla Hadžić, Elena Mamani Albania
Adivasi Identity, Haunting and Reconciliation- Negotiating Cultural Memory and Displacement Taru, Rashmi Gajare India
Reconstruction and Reconciliation in Post-Conflict Bosnia and Herzegovina Katelyn Williams Germany
The Museum of War: Accelerating Social Reconciliation in Post-Conflict States Par Valérie Boisvenue Canada
Reimagining the link between Punjab and its heritage through the city of Amritsar and its built heritage lost from collective memory: the case of the Gobindgarh Fort * Priyanka Singh India
Research into Applying Dispute Resolution Methods to Heritage Place Management David Myers USA
Significance of reconstructed built-heritage after wartime destruction: Restitution of identity? New role in the subsequent society? Junko Okahashi Japan
Importance of urban spaces on creating cultural identity: deciphering the multi-layered structure of Istanbul Taksim area Efsun Ekenyazıcı Güney, Meltem Vatan Turkey
The Paradise of Gods and Men Xiaoshi Wang China
Heritage for Peace Sharmishtha Agarwal India
Buddhist Monastic Centers of Eastern India and Southeast Asia: Revisiting their Cross-Cultural Linkages Abira Bhattacharya India

 

Sub-Theme 3: Protecting and Interpreting Cultural Heritage in the Age of Digital Empowerment

SESSION 1: RELEVANCE OF DIGITAL TOOLS & TECHNOLOGY IN DOCUMENTATION, CONSERVATION AND SAFEGUARDING OF HERITAGE & COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT
DATE: 13TH DECEMBER 2017, 900 HOURS TO 1730 HOURS
LOCATION: SILVER OAK II, INDIA HABITAT CENTRE
SESSION CO-CHAIRS: Mario Santana- ICOMOS Canada, Aishwarya TIpnis- ICOMOS India
RAPPORTEUR: Laura Matarese- Rapporteur, Anisha Patel- Co-Rapporteur, Miquel Reina Ortiz- Co-Rapporteur 

Title Author(s) Country
Analysis of a site’s integrity by 3D models and integrated database, Case Study: the Pic-du-Midi high-mountain observatory (France) Michel Cotte, Florent Laroche, Matthieu Quantin, Loïc Jeanson, Nicolas Bourgeois France
Heritage and Digital Agency: A Canadian Experience * M. Laurier TURGEON Canada
Training in Endangered Archaeology: From Digital Documentation to Empowering National Heritage Stakeholders in the Middle East and North Africa Bijan Rouhani England
Promoting Heritage Conservation Using Digital Communication System in China LI Jianyun China
Outnumbered 16:1. Evaluating the global online communities of the Sydney Opera House Cristina Garduño Freeman Australia
Project Anqa: Digitally Documenting At-Risk Heritage Sites in Syria and Iraq Saima Akhtar, Kiraz Goz Akoglu, Stefan Simon USA
The paradox of conservation and heritage protection in an age of mass cultural tourism * Sue Millar UK
Mapping Heritage in Digital India  * Gourab Ghosh India
Photogrammetry and interactive 3D virtual tour to the outreach of cultural heritage. The case study of the Church of Panagia Episkepsi, Trikala, Greece Athanasios K. Moysiadis Greece
Recording Method of Chinese Traditional Interior Decoration of the Qing Dynasty in Digital Era---A Case Study of Jingfu Palace in the Forbidden City Xing Rong, Beijie He China
The Manor House in Lisbon and Rio de Janeiro: Interior’s Anatomy Ana Maria Pessoa dos Santos and Ana Lucia Brazil
Preservation Preparedness: Integrating Historic Preservation and Hazard Mitigation in the case of Unreinforced Masonry Buildings (URM) in Seattle * Manish Chalana US
Between the workshop and the monument: digital interfaces for conservation at the buffer zone of the Jantar Mantar, Jaipur Shikha Jain and Oriel Prozeman India, Wales
The intangible cultural heritage of Ksar Ait Ben Haddou, from traditional transmission to digital interpretation Hayat Zerouali, Mina El Mghari, Loubna Mouna Morocco
Innovative Methods for Digital Heritage Documentation: The archaeological site of Kymissala in Rhodes A. Georgopoulos, S. Tapinaki, M.I. Stefanakis Athens
Cultural Heritage and digital resources. When virtual materializes values and meanings Ana Lucia Vieira dos Santos, Anna Rachel Baracho E. Julianelli, Sergio Rodrigues Bahia Brazil
An interdisciplinary methodology for the analysis and visualization of the heritage of modern road corridors Mar Loren-Mendez, Rita Ruiz, Daniel Pinzón, Rafael Mata-Olmo Spain

 

SESSION 2: USE OF DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY FOR DISSEMINATION AND INTERPRETATION
DATE: 13TH DECEMBER 2017, 1600 HOURS TO 1730 HOURS
LOCATION: Silver Oak Ii, India Habitat Centre
SESSION CO-CHAIRS: Radhika Dhumal- ICOMOS India, Ofelia Sanou- ICOMOS Costa Rica
RAPPORTEUR: Laura Matarese- Rapporteur, Gayathri Hegde- Co-Rapporteur, Anisha Patel- Co-Rapporteur

Title Author(s) Country
To promote urban heritage culture in the age of information revolution: a new creativity Teresa Colletta Italy
Digital tools for citizen engagement in heritage conservation: a democratic tool or elitist exercise? Aishwarya Tipnis India
The Syrian Heritage Archive Project in Berlin Eva Nmeir Germany
Utilizing Generative Computational Algorithms in Interpreting Historical Elements in Architectural Design Azari Mat Yasir and Yeow Yann Herng Malaysia
Argentina's Cultural Heritage, digitization and accessibility. Case study: Misiones, visibility of your Modern Movement’s heritage Dra Arq Graciela Gayetzky de Kuna, Mgter Lic Ángela Beatriz Rivero, Mgter Lic Alba Cristina Ferreyra Argentina

 

SESSION 2: USE OF DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY FOR DISSEMINATION AND INTERPRETATION
DATE: 14TH DECEMBER 2017
LOCATION: HALL SILVER OAK II, INDIA HABITAT CENTRE
SESSION CO-CHAIRS: Christer Gustafson- ICOMOS Sweden, Sue Hodges- ICOMOS Australia
RAPPORTEUR: Laura Matarese- Rapporteur, Anisha Patel- Co-Rapporteur, Sujan Shrestha- Co-Rapporteur

Title Author(s) Country
Digital technologies, the spirit of place and active citizenship at the Museum of Australian Democracy Edwina Jans and Daryl Karp Australia
Interpretation of a Forbidden Sacred Island, Okinoshima Miki Okadera, Wataru Ono Japan
Interpreting Indiana: Augmented Reality Kristin M. Barry USA
E SAFE Connaught Place Portal Smita Datta Makhija India
The Application and Promotion of Geographic Information System in the Narrative Concept of Cultural Heritage Wun-Bin Yang and Alex Ya-Ning Yen Chinese Taipei
Socialist Modernism Map Dumitru Rusu Romania

 

SESSION 3: APPLICATION OF DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY IN DISASTER MANAGEMENT PRACTICES
DATE: 14TH DECEMBER 2017
LOCATION: HALL SILVER OAK II, INDIA HABITAT CENTRE 

Title Author(s) Country
Digital Recording and Non Destructive Investigation of Nyatapola Temple after Gorkha Earthquake 2015 S. Shrestha, M. Reina Ortiz, M. Gutland, I. M. Morris, R. Napolitano, M. Santana Quintero, J. Erochko, S. Kawan Canada
The use of WebGIS to enhance community resilience to flooding: Discovering the tangible and intangible local flood culture of the city of York Gillian Chitty, Alessandra Sprega England
STORM: Safeguarding Cultural Heritage through Technical and Organizational Resources Patricia Brum, Filipa Neto, Maria João Revez, Inês Vaz Pinto, Ana Patrícia Magalhães Portugal
Digital technology as a tool to design and protect landscape * Austin Allen and Priyanka Malik  USA
Stimulating Local and Global Citizen Involvement in Heritage Stewardship through Digital Empowerment Arlene Fleming USA

Appendixes

Instructions to the authors 

Poster template - Instructions for authors regarding posters

Presentation template - instructions for authors regarding presentations

Guidelines for Submission for Abstracts for Papers (ST01 to 03) - Instructions pour la soumission des résumés (ST 01 à 03) 

Guidelines for Submission of Session Proposals - Instructions pour la soumission des résumés (ST 04) 
(for Sub theme ST04)

Methodology of selection

Symposium timelines

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