[06-11-2019] HERILAND Kick-off Workshop: Cultural Heritage and the Planning of European Landscapes
Kick-off workshop of the new European research and training network HERILAND, presenting cutting edge approaches to cultural heritage.
11/06/2019 | 1:00 PM
HERILAND is a European research and training network on cultural heritage in relation to spatial planning and design. The present workshop signals the start of 15 PhD projects, aimed at educating a new generation of cultural heritage managers, able to position heritage within key societal issues such as globalization, digitization, urbanization, migration, climate change and democratization.
The public HERILAND kick-off meeting will take place on 6 November 2019, at the VU Amsterdam.
13.15-13.45: Gert-Jan Burgers (VU University Amsterdam, Faculty of Humanities). Cultural heritage and the planning of European landscapes: the Heriland Project and reception
13.45-14.05: María Margarita Segarra Lagunes (Roma Tre University, Department of Architecture) Architecture | History | Design
14.05-14.25: Els Verbakel & Mike Turner (Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design Jerusalem), Sequencing the City. An Integrative approach toward a Dynamic Urbanism
14.25-14.45: Ana Pereira Roders (Delft University of Technology, Department of Architectural Engineering and Technology), The Unesco Historic Urban Landscape Recommendations
14.45-15.00: Coffee break
15.00-15.20: Sam Turner (Newcastle University, McCord Centre for Landscape), Historic character in urban landscapes: placing heritage
15.20-15.40: Ola Wetterberg (Gothenburg University, Department of Conservation), Sustainable Integrated Conservation of Built Environments: Culture and Care
15.40-16.15: Forum discussion chaired by Riemer Knoop
16.15-17.30: Poster exhibition of the Heriland projects and reception
More information about the project can be found here.
To register for the workshop, please click here.