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ICOMOS, UNESCO and the delisting of ‘Liverpool – Maritime Mercantile City’: A Failure of Process?, Dennis Rodwell

I have followed the Liverpool World Heritage story since the turn of the millennium, from the preparatory stages leading to the 2003 nomination onwards. At times this has been at close quarters,…

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Bellastock, ESALA Frictions Public Lecture

Living the Change: Circular Economy and Tactical Urbanism supporting the Ecological Transition of TerritoriesBellastock will share 15 years of experiments in circular economy and transitory urbanism…

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Brady Burroughs, ESALA Frictions Public Lecture

Bauhaus to Ninja Assassinating Seriousness in Architectural Education Brady Burroughs Humor has long been used as a critical tool by architectural critics, but can taking ourselves a little less…

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Jan De Vylder & Inge Vinck: ESALA Public Lecture

Jan De Vylder & Inge Vinck, Simpson Visiting Professors, speak in ESALA's Frictions Public Lecture Series.

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Anupama Kundoo | ESALA Frictions Lecture

Anupama Kundoo, ‘Freedom from the Known: Rethinking Materiality in the Age of Climate Change’Our built environment is the physical stage on which all human stories are lived out. This…

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Joseph Grima, 'Non-Extractive Architecture' | ESALA Frictions Lecture

Joseph Grima, 'Non-Extractive Architecture' | ESALA Frictions Lecture Abstract:Could architecture be understood as the practice of guardianship of the environment, both physical and social,…

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Ursula Biemann, ‘Devenir Universidad’ | ESALA Frictions Lecture

Ursula Biemann, ‘Devenir Universidad’ | ESALA Frictions Lecture Abstract:The video projects of Ursula Biemann generally take a systemic approach to terrestrial conditions by connecting…

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Architectural Conservation as Re-Building, Re-Dwelling, Re-Thinking, Prof. Vassilis Ganiatsas

This lecture is a plea for a philosophical standpoint and an ontological approach to Architectural Conservation. Monuments should be considered not as inert remnants of the past to be restored, but…

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Inclusive Heritage in Scotland’s Built Environment , Dr. Kirsten Carter McKee

This session will explore approaches to the management of our built environment through the dialogues of Empire and Imperialism. Centring on Managing Imperial Legacies –an ongoing research…

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Dilemmas of Translating Theories into Practice: An Indian Perspective, Aishwarya Tipnis

This masterclass is jointly offered by the Scottish Centre for Conservation Studies and the Institute for Historic Buildings Conservation – IHBC Scotland Branch. Urban heritage conservation in…

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The “Casier archéologique et artistique”: an early experimentation of heritage planning for the “Grand Paris”, 1916-1928, Dr. Laurence Bassières

In the 1910-1920’s, an architectural and urban survey, the « Casier archéologique et artistique », was constituted for Paris and the communes of the former Seine’s…

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Climate change, net-zero carbon, sustainability & the circular economy: The reasons why mass timber has a role to play in building conservation, Peter Wilson

National and international targets aimed at addressing the climate emergency have differing levels of urgency: 2030, 2045 and 2050, depending on which organisation or government policy you choose to…

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Installing Islamic Art: Interior Space and Temporal Imagination, Dr Yuka Kadoi

With the establishment of new cultural institutions in the Middle East and Africa, major Islamic art collections have relocated across the globe during the past decade. A number of Euro-American…

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Architectural Regeneration: Looking beyond conservation, Dr. Aylin Orbasli

Aylin will introduce the concept of architectural regeneration as the collective activities of reusing, adapting and evolving existing buildings within an urban or rural context in ways that…

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The impact of natural climate hazards in restoration, Dr. Ileana Kisilewicz

The 410 years of limestone lantern tower of Dragomirna Monastery Church, Suceava county, Romania leads to an extensive deterioration of carved stone surfaces and may cause damage on the aesthetical…

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Conservation of “Unimportant” Buildings, Donald Friedman

Τhe techniques of building conservation were developed to deal with heritage structures: buildings that are considered to be important because of their history, their architecture, or both. The…

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