Publications

Our regular conferences aim to bring together professionals and academics to exchange knowledge relating to the theory and practice of conservation and restoration. We maintain a strong focus on publishing the proceedings of these conferences, and these publications form a growing corpus of literature, now numbering some 200 papers. This page provides an index to published papers, organised by conference, with details of where they may be found.

22. Public Spaces in Historic Cities – Conservation Principles and Good Practices. March 9-10 2023, Florence (Italy) – download the CONFERENCE ABSTRACTS. Submitted papers were published in Protection of Cultural Heritage, No.16 (2023), as follows:

  • Contemporary Revitalization of Public Spaces in Łódź: The Role of Squares, Streets and Courtyards in Creating the Genius Loci based on the Historical Heritage, ALEKSANDRA SUMOROK, ŁUKASZ MIKOŁAJ SADOWSKI, pp. 7-20.
  • Towards a Nature-Culture Relationship in Historic Centres: Evidence of Public Spaces Beyond Tourism in Florence (Italy), CORINNA DEL BIANCO, pp. 21-34.
  • From Beneficiation Haciendas to Heritage Public Spaces in the City of Guanajuato: Plaza de los Ángeles Case, ENYA CERCA CERVANTES, VELIA YOLANDA ORDAZ ZUBIA, pp. 35-43.
  • Figure and Ground: An English view of the Conservation of Historic Public Spaces, NIGEL WALTER, pp. 45-58.
  • Intangible Values and Touristification of Public Spaces in the Ancient Centre of Naples (Italy), RITA GAGLIARDI, pp. 59-71.
  • The ‘Heart’ of Public Interventions in Historic Cities: Reflections on the HRIDAY Scheme, SWAPNA KOTHARI, SHIVANGI THAKUR, pp. 75-85.
  • Courtyards of Castles Partially Reconstructed in Historic Towns, KAMILA BOGUSZEWSKA, KATARZYNA DROBEK, pp. 87-109.

21. Accessibility of Cultural Heritage: Inclusiveness and Constraints in Conservation. April 11-12, 2022, Florence (Italy). Submitted papers were published in Protection of Cultural Heritage, No.13 (2022) and Protection of Cultural Heritage, No.14 (2022), as follows:

  • An Intricate Encounter? Cultural Significance and Accessibility in the Conservation of the Nineteenth- and Twentieth Century Monuments of Thessaloniki, DIMITRIOS ZYGOMALAS, No. 13 (2022), pp. 7-24.
  • Technological Artifices: Good Practices for Inclusive Communication in Museums, GIANLUCA D’AGOSTINO, CRISTINA BOIDO, No. 13 (2022), pp. 25-36.
  • Communicating a Conservation-Restoration Project: The Case of Chapel of Original Sin at the Sacro Monte di Varallo, No. 13 (2022), GRETA ACUTO, pp. 37-50.
  • Accessibility of Cultural Heritage, No. 13 (2022), CALOGERO BELLANCA, SUSANA MORA ALONSO-MUÑOYERRO, CECILIA ANTONINI LANARI, pp. 51-68.
  • Accessibility and Enhancement of Cultural Heritage: Examples of Best Practices in Europe, No. 13 (2022), ROSA ANNA GENOVESE, pp. 69-84.
  • Conservation Theory and the Accessibility of Monuments /on the Example of the High Castle in Malbork, No. 13 (2022), GRZEGORZ BUKAL, AGNIESZKA KOWALSKA, pp. 85-100.
  • Authenticity and Interpretation for the Personal Appropriation of Heritage in Museums MICHELA BENENTE, VALERIA MINUCCIANI, No. 13 (2022), pp. 101-110.
  • The Role of Local Communities in the Discourse of Controversial Heritage of Norway and Estonia, AVE PAULUS, ARNSTEIN BARD BREKKE, No. 13 (2022), pp. 111-128.
  • Improving Access to Historic Buildings: Some English Experience, NIGEL WALTER, No. 14 (2022), pp. 7–22.
  • Inclusive Design Strategies for Museums. Targets and Remarks for Wider Access to Culture, SEBASTIANO MARCONCINI, No. 14 (2022), pp. 23–32.

20. Doctrinal texts: achievements, importance and future in the protection of heritage – 90th anniversary of the Athens Charter. 13-14 September, 2021, Florence (Italy). Submitted papers were published in Protection of Cultural Heritage, No.12 (2021), as follows:

  • Learning from the Abode of Chaos: institutions, stakeholders and contemporary challenges of the conservation doctrine, CLAUDINE HOUBART, pp. 13–24.
  • Urban Conservation in International Charters: From the Athens Charter to the Historic Urban Landscape Recommendation, RUXANDRA-IULIA STOICA, pp. 71–78.
  • Conservation Practice and the Future of Doctrinal Texts, NIGEL WALTER, pp. 97–112.
  • The Congress of Athens of 1931: Methodological and Technical Contributions for the Conservation of Architectural and Environmental Heritage, ROSA ANNA GENOVESE, pp. 113–121.
  • Reflections on integral and integrated heritage care at the threshold of the third millennium, MARC LAENEN, pp. 123–138.
  • Appendix – World Heritage for Building Peace, PAOLO DEL BIANCO, pp. 141–147.

19. Indigenous Cultural Heritage: Developing New Approaches and Best Practices for World Heritage Based on Indigenous Perspectives and Values: 13-15 November, 2019, Vancouver, Canada. Submitted papers were published in Protection of Cultural Heritage, No. 9 (2020), as follows:

  • Indigenous Cultural Heritage: Developing New Approaches and Best Practices for World Heritage Based on Indigenous Perspectives and Values, DIANE ARCHIBALD, pp. 1–13.
  • Re-creating Indigenous Architectural Knowledge in Arctic Canada and Norway, NANCY MACKIN, pp. 57–72.

18. Religious and Pilgrimage Sites – Conservation Challenges: 28 February – 1 March 2019, Florence, Italy. Submitted papers were published in Protection of Cultural Heritage, No. 10 (2020), as follows:

  • The Narrative Approach to Living Heritage, NIGEL WALTER, pp. 126–138. 

12. Heritage in Transformation: Cultural Heritage Protection in XXI Century – Problems, Challenges, Predictions, 22-24 June 2015, Warsaw, Poland. Proceedings published as Szmygin, B (ed.) (2016) Heritage in Transformation: Cultural Heritage Protection in XXI Century – Problems, Challenges, Predictions. Florence & Lublin: TheoPhilos & Lublin University of Technology. https://bc.pollub.pl/publication/13317/.

  • Obtaining “Others” Heritage: A New Concept of Attachment to Place – The Case of Israel Rural Settlements, IRIT AMIT COHEN, pp. 11–30.
  • Heritage for Intercultural Dialogue Hosting the traveller to promote intercultural dialogue Life Beyond Tourism, PAOLO DEL BIANCO, pp. 31–37.
  • From the Paço Real to the Paço Real das Escolas: From the Duty of Remembrance to the Demands of Renovation, JOANA CAPELA DE CAMPOS, VÍTOR MURTINHO, pp. 39–50.
  • From the Spirit to the Letter of the Charters: Mind the Gap for the Future! STÉPHANE DAWANS, CLAUDINE HOUBART, pp. 51–60.
  • Strategic Assessment of Historic Cities for Energy Efficiency Retrofits to Enable Their Long-term Use and Conservation Development of the EFFESUS Methodology and Software Tool, AITZIBER EGUSQUIZA, TOR BROSTROM, SERENA PAGLIULA, CARSTEN HERMANN, DENNIS RODWELL, pp. 61–80.
  • Heritage as a Vessel of Transformative Values in Post-Conflict States? NEIL GALWAY, pp. 81–92.
  • Heritage in transformation: from the Venice Charter (1964) to the Florence Declaration (2014). The examples of Pompeii and San Leucio di Caserta, ROSA ANNA GENOVESE, pp. 93–107.
  • Re-thinking Heritage in Constantly Changing Cities, JOANNA GRUSZCZYŃSKA, pp. 109–117.
  • Towards an “Integrated Conservation”: the Contribution of R.M. Lemaire and Piero Gazzola during the First Decade of ICOMOS (1965–1975), CLAUDINE HOUBART, pp. 119–126.
  • Polish Monument Conservation in the Face of Changing Historical Contexts. Tradition, Identity, Dialogue, JANUSZ KRAWCZYK, pp. 127–135.
  • A Buffer Zone Typology for World Heritage Sites: Protective Function and Implementation, CHARLOTTE LAKE, pp. 137– 146.
  • The Role of Cultural Heritage in the Global Society, ALBERTO MARTORELL, pp. 147–153.
  • Performances for Protection of Cultural Heritage after the Earthquakes in Lorca in May 2011, JUAN CARLOS MOLINA GAITÁN, ISABEL BESTUÉ CARDIEL, MARÍA LOURDES GUTIÉRREZ-CARRILLO, pp. 155–167.
  • Conference “Heritage in Transformation”, MICHAEL PETZET, pp. 169–173.
  • On Advantages of Conservation History for Life, MARKO ŠPIKIĆ, pp. 175–181.
  • A Century of Conservation Policy in Slovenia: Between Modernism and Preservation and Theory and Practice, MARKO STOKIN, GOJKO ZUPAN, pp. 183–190.
  • Protection of historic monuments and sites – achievements, problems, perspectives, BOGUSŁAW SZMYGIN, pp. 191–199.
  • Dichotomous Phenomena of the 20th Century Heritage in the Transformation: The Case Study of the Sarajevo Region, NINA UGLJEN ADEMOVIĆ, ELŠA TURKUŠIĆ JURIĆ, NINA STEVANOVIĆ, pp. 201–210.
  • Can Critical Heritage Studies Provide a Workable Theory for the Future of Conservation? JEREMY C. WELLS, pp. 211–228.
  • Landslides as Threats to Cultural Heritage – A Proposal for Integrated Actions with the Use of ALS Data, RAFAŁ ZAPŁATA, pp. 229–239.
  • Integrated Conservation Concept and Approach of Human-Inhabited Heritage: A Case Study from Lijang old Town, China, SHAO YONG, YAO YIFENG, pp. 241–247.

11. How to Assess Built Heritage? Assumptions, Methodologies, Examples of Heritage Assessment Systems, 5–8 March, 2015, Florence, Italy. Proceedings published as Szmygin, B (ed.) (2015) How to Assess Built Heritage? Assumptions, Methodologies, Examples of Heritage Assessment Systems. Florence & Lublin: TheoPhilos & Lublin University of Technology. https://bc.pollub.pl/publication/13085/.

  • TECHNITAS method for assessment of the values attributed to cultural heritage of technology, WALDEMAR J. AFFELT, pp. 9–46.
  • Problems regarding valuable characteristics of 20th-century modernist public buildings in Lithuania, VAIDA ALMONAITYTĖ-NAVICKIENĖ, pp. 47–62.
  • Integration and participation, MIEKE VAN BERS (MA), pp. 63–73.
  • Genius Loci as a “Nameless Value” of Natural and Built Heritage, RASA ČEPAITIENĖ, pp. 75–96
  • Social value of cultural heritage: Lithuanian case, ANGELĖ ČEPĖNAITĖ, pp. 97–111.
  • The influence of location and community on the appreciation of significant and large-scale architectural heritages, KRISTINA DAUBARYTĖ, pp. 113–127.
  • Cultural values for intercultural dialogue, in an economy-driven world, PAOLO DEL BIANCO, pp. 129–138.
  • Understanding Architectural Heritage Values -three case studies, lessons to learn, MATS EDSTRÖM, pp. 139–156.
  • The defence of cultural Heritage in between conservation and transformation: methodologies and heritage assessment systems, ROSA ANNA GENOVESE, pp. 157–168.
  • Heritage significance assessments to evaluate retrofit impacts: From heritage values to character-defining elements in praxis, CARSTEN HERMANN, DENNIS RODWELL, pp. 169–190.
  • Difficult Heritage. traumatic Memory or Want of Political Will, IEVA KUIZINIENĖ, pp. 191–205.
  • Methodology for Global comparative Analysis, PAUL MAHONEY, pp. 207–218.
  • Patrimonialization paradoxes in Lithuania and opportunities for good practice, VAIDA ŠČIGLIENĖ, pp. 219–239.
  • New social multi-criteria evaluation strategy in the protection of cultural heritage, IWONA SZMELTER, pp. 241–247.
  • In Stakeholders We trust: changing the ontological and Epistemological orientation of Built Heritage Assessment through Participatory Action Research, JEREMY C. WELLS, pp. 249–265.

5/6. Conservation Turn – Return to Conservation: Tolerance for Change, Limits of Change: 5-9 May 2010, Prague, Český Krumlov, Czech Republic; 3-6 March 2011, Florence, Italy. Proceedings published as Lipp, W., Štulc, J., Szmygin, B. & Giometti, S. (eds.) (2012). Conservation Turn – Return to Conservation: Tolerance for Change, Limits of Change. Firenze: Edizioni Polistampa.

  • Conservation between “tolerance for change” and “management of change”, ANDRZEJ TOMASZEWSKI, pp. 43–46.
  • Protecting Heritage Places under the New Heritage Paradigm & Defining its Tolerance for Change. A Leadership Challenge for ICOMOS, GUSTAVO F. ARAOZ, pp. 47–52.
  • Conservation or managing change? MICHAEL PETZET, pp. 53–56.
  • Regulation versus Tolerance in the Approach to Historical Cities. The Czech Experience, JOSEF ŠTULC, pp. 57–71
  • Path between authenticity and integrity, YUKIO NISHIMURA, pp. 72–76.
  • Tolerance for Change: introducing a concept and a challenge to ICOMOS members, SHERIDAN BURKE, pp. 77–94.
  • Paradigm Shift in Heritage Protection – Challenge for 21st Century, BOGUSŁAW SZMYGIN, pp. 95–100.
  • What was it that we actually wanted to do? Conservation Values in Crisis, WILFRIED LIPP, pp. 101–110.
  • Preserving tangible and intangible values. Some Remarks on Theory and Practice in Conservation and Restoration and the Education of Conservators in Europe, URSULA SCHÄDLER-SAUB, pp. 111–121.
  • Conservation and Values in an ever-changing world, ROSA ANNA GENOVESE, pp. 122–126
  • Encounters, Communication, Knowledge, Conservation, Economy. A virtual platform for an osmosis between theory and practice. Life Beyond Tourism® Non-profit Portal, PAOLO DEL BIANCO, pp. 129–134.
  • Dimensions of Limits – Philosophical and Cultural Aspects, WILFRIED LIPP, pp. 135–142.
  • Empathic Civilisation and Conservation of Cultural Heritage: limits for changes, ROSA ANNA GENOVESE, pp. 143–150.
  • Heritage as ethical paradigms of identity and change: In need of new conceptual tools, practices or attitude? VASSILIS GANIATSAS, pp. 151–161.
  • The “Heritage Turn”: Local communities in global contexts, JOSÉ DE NORDENFLYCHT CONCHA, pp. 162–167.
  • Post Disaster Struggle. Towards socially responsible Urban Conservation and Development. The case of Bhopal Gas Tragedy, India, HANS CHRISTIE BJØNNESS, pp. 168–188.
  • Tolerating the Intolerable? Australia’s Mining Boom and Managing the Impacts on Aboriginal Australia’s Tangible and Intangible Heritage, ANDREW SNEDDON, pp. 189–194.
  • Paradigm Shift in Heritage Protection: Landscape Conservation for Social Interest, MAKOTO AKASAKA, pp. 195–201.
  • The reconstruction of destroyed built heritage in view of our understanding of its permanence and mutability, AMRA HADŽIMUHAMEDOVIĆ, pp. 202–215.
  • Cultural education of successors as a way to protect cultural heritage, IRINA TOPCHIY, pp. 216–220.
  • What is Integrity of Historic Urban Landscape? YUKIO NISHIMURA, pp. 221–225.
  • “Berlin Modernism Housing Estates”: how to protect and to adapt a World Heritage Site of social housing in times of climate and demographic change, JÖRG HASPEL, pp. 226–241.
  • Moving the monuments. When and how Article 7 should be quoted in issues of urban redevelopment vs. urban conservation. The Romanian experience, SERGIU NISTOR, pp. 242–251.
  • Sic et non. Selected cases of Tolerance-Intolerance to Changes from the Czech Republic, JOSEF ŠTULC, pp. 252–255.
  • Cultural Petition on the Preservation Project, OLIMPIA NIGLIO, pp. 256–260.
  • Conservation/Preservation: Limits of Change, MICHAEL PETZET, pp. 261–263.
  • Historic Reconstruction: from Theory to Practice along a way of Temptation, NATALIA DUSHKINA, pp. 264–277.
  • Conservation, restoration, adaptation: new use for historic architecture, CALOGERO BELLANCA, pp. 278–289.
  • Intangible essence of a site as limit of change: the case of the Cistercian abbey of Herkenrode near Hasselt (Province of Limburg) in Flanders (Belgium), MARC LAENEN, HERMAN VAN MEER, pp. 290–303.
  • Conserving the Spirit of Sacred in Dulab Christian Cemetery, Tehran (Limits of Change), MEHR AZAR SOHEIL, pp. 304–317.
  • Urge and Limits for Change: problems and theoretical framework for revitalization of the Central and Eastern European rural manor residencies absorbed by urban sprawl, INDRĖ GRAŽULEVIČIŪTĖ-VILENIŠKĖ, JURGA VITRUVIENĖ, LIGITA AŽUKAITĖ, pp. 318–327.
  • Steps towards a redefinition of conservation and its instruments. Some reflections aside the ICOMOS International Conference “Paradigm shift in Heritage Protection? Tolerance for Change, Limits for Change” (March, 3rd-Gth 2011, Florence), LUISA DE MARCO, pp. 328–338.
  • The protection of Heritage: a sudden turn or a slow return to authorities. A Paradigm Shift in Heritage Protection, DANUTA KŁOSEK-KOZŁOWSKA, pp. 339–343.
  • Some critical considerations on the “limits” and “tolerance” in the protection of cultural heritage, NORA LOMBARDINI, pp. 344–350.

4. The Image of Heritage: Changing Perception, Permanent Responsibilities: 6-8 March 2009, Florence, Italy. Proceedings published as Tomaszewski, A. & Giometti, S. (eds.) (2011). The Image of Heritage: Changing Perception, Permanent Responsibilities: Proceedings of the International Conference of the ICOMOS International Scientific Committee for Theory and the Philosophy of Conservation and Restoration: 6-8 March 2009, Florence, Italy. Firenze: Edizioni Polistampa.

  • The mutual Relationships between Man and Monument through History, ANDRZEJ TOMASZEWSKI, pp. 9–23.
  • Imago – Image – Imagine: sketches for a Mind Map, WILFRIED LIPP, pp. 25–32.
  • The historic Towns in the Process of Development of Tourism, BOGUSŁAW SZMYGIN, pp. 33–36.
  • Cultural Heritage for Intercultural Dialogue with Life Beyond Tourism®, PAOLO DEL BIANCO, pp. 37–48.
  • The Worth of Maturity in the Living Properties, MASAHIRO ONUMA, KUNIAKI ITO, pp. 51–63.
  • Territory, sites and museum: from the discovery of Etruria by Francesco Inghirami to D.H. Lawrence’s, ENZO BENTIVOGLIO, pp. 65–70.
  • Changing approaches in dealing with Cultural Property in the past. Physical and Intellectual. The case of Genoa and its Cultural Heritage, PATRIZIA FALZONE, pp. 71–91.
  • Conservation and Creativity: conceptual and practical tools to handle the phenomenon of combining Heritage of the past with a layer of beauty and interest of the present day, PETER BURMAN, pp. 93–101.
  • “Mignon was right”. Goethés Italian Journey 1786-1788: a School of Perception, IRMELA SPELSBERG, pp. 103–120.
  • A hundred vears from Futurism. Fruition of the car patrimony, SIMONETTA VALTIERI, pp. 121–125.
  • Where is the Berlin Wall? From a hated Heritage to a much missed Monument, JÖRG HASPEL, pp. 127-137.
  • The Lexus and the Olive Tree: cultural Diversity in historical Cities, MICHAL FIRESTONE, pp. 143–149.
  • The indivisible relation between Tangible and Intangible Cultural Heritage, FRANCESCO CIVITA, pp. 151–155.
  • The Bamiyan Buddhas, performative iconoclasm and the “Image of Heritage”, MICHAEL FALSER, pp. 157–169.
  • Mind manipulation by Mass-Media using City images in newspapers, SVITLANA SMOLENSKA, pp. 171–178.
  • Choosing, visiting and understanding Archaeological Heritage: multimedia technologies for cultural Tourism,  MARIA ISABELLA AMIRANTE, CATERINA FRETTOLOSO, pp. 179–186.
  • The so-called synthetic Method of Architectural Conservation. The response of Czech Conservators to the militant Modern Movement of the Thirties, JOSEF ŠTULC, pp. 187–194.
  • Restoration and the Narrative of Tourism, MARKUS PESCOLLER, pp. 195–208.
  • Engaging cultural Tourists: moving towards a new Philosophy of Conservation Management at iconic cultural Heritage Sites in the context of sustainable Development and Mass Tourism, SUE MILLAR, pp. 213–226.
  • Archeology urban Sites and cultural Diversity: a gateway of Mass Tourism to Syria, NUHAD ABDALLAH, pp. 227–238.
  • Water Buffalo and coach tours: Mass Tourism and traditional Life at Angkor, Cambodia, ANDREW SNEDDON, pp. 239–242.
  • Sustainable Tourism and Historic Center of Florence UNESCO Management Plan, CARLO FRANCINI, pp. 243–248.
  • Management of Heritage and Culture of Tourism, ROSA ANNA GENOVESE, pp. 249–255.
  • Strategic Action Plans for substantive Heritage Tourism in Limburg, MARC LAENEN, pp. 257–267.
  • Building Memory of Heritage in multicultural Societies, HANS CHRISTIE BJØNNESS, pp. 273–286.
  • Instilling Pride of Place: the Heritage Caravan in Cebu, Philippines, LUCILLE KAREN E. MALILONG-ISBERTO, pp. 287–294.
  • Being passed on to future generations: the instances of Ponte a Santa Trinita in Florence and the Genbaku Dome in Hiroshima for the conservation of architectural Heritage at risk,  MANLIO MONTUORI, pp. 295–303.
  • From passive Protection to sustainable Development: a shared yet not always fully achieved Objective, T. K. KIROVA, pp. 305–309.
  • Responsibility in cultural Heritage Protection in sociological and continuity Perspective, OJĀRS SPĀRĪTIS, pp. 311–324.
  • Building another Future for neo-Gothic Churches in Flanders, ROEL DE RIDDER, pp. 325–334.
  • The Phenomenon of the latest Architecture in Tourism, EWA WĘCŁAWOWICZ-GYURKOVICH, JACER GYURKOVICH, pp. 335–341.

3. Conservation and Preservation: Interactions between Theory and Practice: In Memoriam Alois Riegl (1858-1905): 23-27 April 2008, Vienna, Austria. Proceedings published as Falser, M.S., Lipp, W. & Tomaszewski, A. (eds.) (2010). Conservation and Preservation: Interactions between Theory and Practice: In Memoriam Alois Riegl (1858-1905). Firenze: Edizioni Polistampa.

  • The idea of conservation. An overview, JUKKA JOKILEHTO, pp. 21–35.
  • Viollet-le-Duc and his followers. French theories in the 19ch and the 20th centuries, CHRISTIANE SCHMUCKLE-MOLLARD, pp. 37–45.
  • Ruskin’s children. John Ruskin, the ‘Good Steward’, and his influence today, PETER BURMAN, pp. 47–67.
  • Georg Dehio, Alois Riegl, Max Dvořák – a threshold in theory development, ANDREAS LEHNE, pp. 69–80.
  • Teoria e metodologia del restauro. Italian contributions to conservation in theory and practice, URSULA SCHÄDLER-SAUB, pp. 81–94.
  • Formal analysis of doctrinal texts in heritage protection, BOGUSŁAW SZMYGIN, pp. 97–106.
  • From Athens 1931 to Venice 1964. History and actuality, ANDRZEJ TOMASZEWSKI, pp. 107–114.
  • From Venice 1964 to Nara 1994 – changing concepts of authenticity? MICHAEL S. FALSER, pp. 115–132.
  • The Burra Charter in an international context – the implications of international doctrine for practice in Australia, DUNCAN MARSHALL, pp. 133–139.
  • Contemporary archaeological heritage management: confits between research, preservation and presentation, ZBIGNIEW KOBYLIŃSKI, pp. 143–157.
  • The vernacular between theory and practice, CHRISTOPH MACHAT, pp. 159–171.
  • Cultural landscape – an expanding notion and its challenges for conservation, IRMELA SPELSBERG, pp. 173– 186.
  • The “challenge of change” and the 20th-century heritage, NATALIA DUSHKINA, pp. 187–199.
  • Theoretical and practical issues of conservation in the context of tourism, ERZSÉBET KOVÁCS, pp. 201–212.
  • Contrast versus context. A conflict between the authenticity of the past and the authenticity of the present? JÖRG HASPEL , pp. 215–231.
  • Conservation in context, GAMINI WIJESURIYA, pp. 233–247.
  • Conservation and religion, GIORA SOLAR, pp. 249–255.
  • Communities, communications, conservation philosophy, DINU BUMBARU, pp. 257–268.
  • The cult of authenticity in the age of fake, WILFRIED LIPP, pp. 269–275.
  • In praise of principles, EDUARD SEKLER, pp. 277–285.
  • In memoriam Alois Riegl, ANDRZEJ TOMASZEWSKI, pp. 289–292.

2. Values and Criteria in Heritage Conservation: 2–4 March 2007. Proceedings published as Tomaszewski, A. (ed.) (2008). Values and Criteria in Heritage Conservation: Proceedings of the International Conference of ICOMOS, ICCROM, Fondazione Romualdo Del Bianco: Florence, March 2nd-4th 2007. Firenze: Edizioni Polistampa.

  • ANDRZEJ TOMASZEWSKI, Introduction on the Topic of the Conference, pp. 33–36.
  • Values of Heritage in the Religious and Cultural Tradition of Christianity: the Concept of Authenticity (paper presented on the behalf of Mons. Carlo Chenis), JOSÉ MANUEL DEL RÍO CARRASCO, pp. 39–61.
  • Heritage Values in Religious and Cultural Traditions of Islam, MEHR AZAR SOHEIL, pp. 63–69.
  • Values of the Heritage in the Religious and Cultural Traditions of Southern Asia, GAMINI WIJESURIYA, pp. 71–76.
  • Heritage and the Law: Assessing and Managing Heritage Values in Australia and the Pacific, ANDREW SNEDDON, pp. 77–82.
  • Spirituality, Land Tenure and the Recognition of Heritage Values in Australia, MEREDITH WALKER, pp. 83–97.
  • Reflections on Heritage Values, MARC LAENEN, pp. 101–109.
  • Time, Memory and Restoration: the Alhambra Paradigm, JAVIER GALLEGO ROCA, pp. 111–118.
  • Validity/Actuality of Aesthetical Values, GIUSEPPE BASILE, pp. 119–124.
  • What Has Been Valued in Japanese Architectural Heritage? From Monuments to “Machinami”, YUMI ISABELLE AKIEDA, pp. 125–131.
  • Changing Territorial Values in Urban Conservation. From Patan, Nepal, to Gyantse, Tibet Autonomous Region, HANS CHRISTIE BJØNNESS, pp. 133–143.
  • The Birth of the Idea of Protection of Historic Quarters in the 19th Century Prague and its Impact on Present-Day Conservation Policy in the Czech Republic, TOSER ŠTULC, pp. 145–150.
  • Classification of Historical Monuments, BOGUSŁAW SZMYGIN, pp. 153–158.
  • Criteria of Classification on Values and Criteria in Cultural Heritage Conservation Series of China, GUO ZHAN, pp. 159–165.
  • Heritage Classifications and the Need to Adjust Them to Emerging Paradigms: the United States Experience, GUSTAVO ARAOZ, pp. 167–182.
  • Aesthetics in the World Heritage Context, JUKKA JOKILEHTO, pp. 183–192.
  • The Discriminating Value of the Authenticity in the Debate on the Restoration. Before and after Nara, MARCO DEZZI BARDESCHI, pp. 195–198.
  • The Need for Authenticity in the Tradition of the Florentine School of Restoration, GIUSEPPE CRUCIANI FABOZZI, pp. 199–208.
  • Discussion of Authenticity, a Brief Note, MARIA PIERA SETTE, pp. 209–210.
  • Authenticity and Restoration: the Role of the “Scuola Napoletana”, STELLA CASIELLO, pp. 211–214.
  • Authenticity of Structural Conception, GIORGIO MACCHI, pp. 215–224.
  • Conservation between “Aesthetics” and Authenticity, ANDRZEJ TOMASZEWSKI, pp. 227–241.
  • Cultural Heritage “Value” and its Social Appreciation, SIMONETTA VALTIERI, pp. 243–248.
  • The Values of Cultural Heritage in the Terminology of Restoration, CALOGERO BELLANCA, pp. 249–258.
  • The Value of Reconstructed Archaeological Sites, NICHOLAS STANLEY-PRICE, p. 259.
  • The Value of Ruins: Present Definitions and Methods of Perception, DOROTHY BELL, pp. 261–271.
  • Semiological Values of Consolidation Works in Monumental Buildings, GENNARO TAMPONE, pp.  273–285.
  • The Idea of Heritage Values: Czech Experience, PETR KROUPA, pp. 287–291.
  • Aesthetic Values in the Context of Monuments and Sites, WILFRIED LIPP, pp. 295–314.
  • What is Outstanding Universal Value? MICHAEL PETZET, pp. 315–321.
  • Evolution and Possible Enhancement of the Concept of OUV, TAMÁS FEJÉRDY, pp. 323–327.
  • Aesthetic Values of Historic Cities, MICHAL FIRESTONE, pp. 329–334.
  • Aesthetic Value of Cultural Landscapes, SUSAN DENYER, pp. 335–339.
  • An Inheritance from the Thirties in Italy: the Example of the University Campus of Rome, ENZO BENTIVOGLIO, pp. 343–351.
  • Between Historical Commemoration and Political Decontamination: Some Examples of the Architecture from the ’30s in Berlin, IRMELA SPELSBERG, pp. 353–362.
  • Dilemma of Post-Totalitarian Heritage (Polish Experiences), JACEK PURCHLA, pp. 363–371.
  • A Dilemma of Historical Heritage under New Political Conditions: the Case of Azerbaijan, GULCHORHA MAMMADOVA, pp. 373–379.
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