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CODETITLENAME and AFFILIATIONCOUNTRY
0120Maketing of heritage sites, case study EgyptMrs. Nancy Abd El-Moneim
TA & BC unit, ISDF Egypt
Egypt
0310Implementation of Intangible Cultural Heritage to Achieve Sustainable Development Strategy for Autonomous Cultural District Bassma Abo El Fadl
Egypt
0235Insights of Volunteer Management in a Recession. The Case of the UK Heritage Sector Ana Maria Achiriloaie
Oxford Brookes University
United Kingdom
0167Sustainable Tourism in Western Newfoundland, Canada: Island Destination and Peripheral CommunitiesProf. Edward Addo
Memorial University of Newfoundland - SWGC
Canada
0166European Heritage and Cultural Diversity: the Bricks and Mortar of Ghana’s Tourism IndustryProf. Edward Addo
Memorial University of Newfoundland - SWGC
Canada
0271Struggling to Maintain Whale Meat Foodways in Japan: Resource, recipe, and performing artsDr. J. Akamine
Nagoya City University
Japan
0123Sustainable development and Malaria Illness Experience among Nigerian Nomads Prof. Oladele Akogun
Common Heritage Foundation
Nigeria
0225Ephesos in a Capitalist WorldDr. Zeynep Akture
Izmir Institute of Technology, Department of Architecture
Turkey
0219Sustaining the Lebanese Architectural Heritage: an investigation into the relationship between cultural sustainability and architectural heritage within the Maronite sect in Lebanon"Mrs. Nariz al Shanti - Yassine
Beirute Arab University
Lebanon
0366The setting of architectural heritage in PortugalProf. Catarina Almeida Marado
Univerty of Algarve (CIEO)
Portugal
0371Values based management at cultural heritage sites Kirsty Altenburg
Dept of the Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts
Australia
0276Building rehabilitation: maximizing preservation and minimizing materials’ flowsMr. Rogerio Amoeda
Green Lines Institute
Portugal
0032Preservation and research of musical heritage in Aragon (Spain)Mr. David Andres Fernandez
Universidad de Zaragoza
Spain
0385GENRES OF AUTHENTICITY IN THE CASE OF BYZANTINE MONASTERIES Dr. Konstantinos Andriotis
Cyprus University of Technology
Cyprus
0230Beloved Heritage – Condemned Heritage. About the handling of fortification heritage within the border region Germany-France-Luxembourg and the opportunities of its sustainable cross-border valorisation.Dr. Reichert-Schick Anja
Universität Trier
Germany
0160Outside The White-City-Innovative Mapping Techniques as Sustainablity Planning ToolsMrs. Heidi Arad
Colman College
Israel
0362Analysis of the built environment structures in Ferrara Enrico Arbizzani
University of Ferrara
Italy
0200Immigrant Youth Identity-Maintaining Home Culture in Central Florida Prof. Diana Ariza
Albion College
United States
0133Assessing the Welfare Contribution of two Cultural Institutions Using CVM and TCM John Armbrecht
PhD student
Sweden
0132The Value of Cultural Institutions: A Review and Conceptual Development of Value Categories John Armbrecht
PhD student
Sweden
0149Decoding Cultural Narratives: Protocol in Native Hawaiian Visual Culture as Intangible Cultural Heritage Prof. Kimo Armitage
University of Hawaii at Manoa
United States
0292The Fisherman's Protective Union of Newfoundland: is there a place for the heritage of the dispossessed? Angela Ashworth
University of Groningen
Netherlands
0073Heritage is also about demolition and disinheritance: power, ideology and popular identification in decisions about the Palast der Republik, BerlinProf. Gregory Ashworth
University of Groningen
Netherlands
0221A journey toward the sustainability and the Museum of the civilization: What are the facts?Dr. Porcedda Aude
Musée de la civilisation
Canada
0124Intangible Heritage and the Politics of Cultural Sustainability: The Case of the Mevlevi Sema Ceremony Bahar Aykan
phd candidate- cuny graduate center new york
United States
0368Earthen built heritage ecological sustainability, Mexico. Dr. Eugenia Maria Azevedo Salomao
Universidad Michoacana de San Nicolás de Hidalgo
Mexico
0067Preservation of Architectural Heritage in a Context of Cultural Conflict: A "Resistance" of Native Minorities Mr. Abed Badran
Welsh school of architecture
United Kingdom
0142Responsive Regionalism: Heritage and Green building in KhartoumDr. Fathi Bashier
sharq al-Neel College, Khartoum.SUDAN
Sudan
0375Cemetery and Heritage, outcomes of a case studyDr. Lia Bassa
Infota Research Institute
Hungary
0158Local heritage as a development asset: an example of the island Hvar in CroatiaDr. Demyan Belyaev
Universidade Lusofona de Humanidades e Tecnologias
Portugal
0030Food, Health, Place and SustainabilityMr. Eric Benson
University of Illinois
United States
0100Digital technologies and Architectural deformations as an urge to rediscover the (almost) forgotten art of Stereotomy.Dr. Francesco Bergamo
IUAV University of Venice
Italy
0050Dutch Windmills in Faial Island – Heritage Preservation, between Memory and CultureDr. Agata Biga
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Portugal
0053Towards Heritage as a Powerful Facet of Governance for Development Among Poor CountriesDr. Allan Kenneth Birabi
Makerere University
Uganda
0047Rehabilitation in the BalkansDr. John Bold
University of Westminster
United Kingdom
0204Sustainable Energy Strategy for the Historic Cathedrals in the UK Mohammad Bolorforoush
PhD Student
United Kingdom
0192Accessible Heritage Marta Bordas Eddy
Polytechnic University of Catalonia (UPC)
Spain
0249Emergent Models of Indigenous Capitalism in TourismDr. Alexis Celeste Bunten
Humboldt State University
United States
0244Sustainable patrimony: French vision and Brazilian reality. Reflections and foundations for development of sustainable environmentally guidelines in the conservation and restoration of Brazilian historic buildings located in hot humid climate, according to the system of buildings performance evaluation HQE® - Haute Qualité EnvironnementaleMr. Cristiane Vieira Cabreira
Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro
Brazil
0394New challenges and strategies for the study and safeguard of cultural heritage - the Instituto dos Museus e da Conservação experienceProf. António Candeias
IMC
Portugal
0056Creating Heritage to Preserve It: The Iemoto System in Japan as ModelDr. Voltaire Garces Cang
RINRI Institute of Ethics (Tokyo, Japan)
Japan
0145The knowledge for urban recovery. The district of Saint Maria Maggiore in Agira Prof. Fernanda Cantone
Department ARP Faculty of Architecture of Syracuse, University of Catania
Italy
0006Research on preservation of national intangible cultural heritage through digitization projectsDr. Ling Cao
Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology
China
0116Towards a Political Economy of HeritageDr. J. Carman
University of Birmingham
United Kingdom
0092World Mining Heritage Sites & Sustainable DevelopmentDr. Domingo Javier Carvajal Gomez
Escuela Politecnica Superior - Huelva
Spain
0155The cultural heritage issues in developing countries Liudmila Cazacova
European University of Lefke
Turkey
0148The role of experiential marketing in the enhancement of Italian local Cultural Heritage: tools and strategies for product and promotion innovationDr. Mara Cerquetti
University of Macerata
Italy
0065A Comparative Study on the Protection and Promotion of Cultural Diversity in International Trade LawMr. Jet Chan
Faculty of Law, University of Macau
China
0070From Food Festival to Food Heritage—the Formation of Local Identity: A Case of Mullet Roe in Taiwan May, (Y.H) Chang
Griffith University
Australia
0085From Foodways to Intangible Heritage: A Case Study of Chinese Culinary Resource, Recipes and RestaurantsProf. Sidney Cheung
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
China
0201A GIS-based methodology for the land planning and development of the Spanish Castilla-La Mancha territories integrating the cultural, sports and leisures offerProf. Pilar Chias
University of Alcalá (Spain)
Spain
0183Cultural Practices fading away. A case of ZimbabweMrs. Zharare Chiedza
ICOM,ICROM, Museums
Zimbabwe
0144Sustainable Heritage In Zimbabwe and Income Generating Projects, A Case Study of Ziwa Stone walled MonumentMr. Njabulo Chipangura
ICOM, ICROM, ICOMOS
Zimbabwe
0194Who’s driving the green agenda? Richard Chipps
De Montfort University
United Kingdom
0107Politics in Command: Cultural Heritage Policy in Post-Colonial MacaoDr. Bill Chou
University of Macau
China
0163Discourse and Production in Macau’s Culture of Heritage: A Decade after the HandoverProf. Thomas Chung
School of Architecture, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
China
0361Historical Re-evaluation of Cultural Heritage in Modern Post-Conflict Situations Hannah Clancy
University of Birmingham
United Kingdom
0186Integrated urban planning instruments for the conservation and valorization of cultural landscapeDr. Anna Maria Colavitti
University of Cagliari, Faculty of Architecture
Italy
0202Globalization, multi-ethnic society and sustainable developmentDr. rina manuela contini
University Chieti-Pescara
Italy
0250Rebuilding Native American Food Systems Daniel Cornelius
University of Wisconsin
United States
0393The price of freedom. A country in decadence: the rapid loss of tangible heritage in AlbaniaProf. Isotta Cortesi
University of Catania, Syracuse Faculty of Architecture
Italy
0251Parque do Flamengo: heritage in MovementDr. Lucia Maria Costa
PROURB - UFRJ - Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro
Brazil
0156Protecting farming landscapes and villages Dr. Aedeen Cathleen Cremin
Australian National University
Australia
0342Appropriation of World Heritage in Mozambique IslandMr/s. Vanessa Ulia Dantas e Sa
University of the Witwatersrand
South Africa
0010Protection of the Heritage and Culture in Eastern HimalayasMr. Chandranath Das
Himalayan Mountaineering Institute
India
0127Ecomuseums, societies and sustainability:contrasting global experiencesProf. Peter Davis
Newcastle University
United Kingdom
0024The Capability of Mosul's Traditional Dwellings to Satisfy Contemporary Housing StandardsMr. Momtaz Dawood
Mosul University
Iraq
0018Clerance of ancient walls by the microwave technologyProf. Roberto de Leo
Universita Politecnica delle Marche
Italy
0236Exploitation granting for the management of the public Italian heritage: the assets’ networks Prof. Stefania De Medici
University of Catania - DARP
Italy
0177A knowledge-sharing space to document the spirit of place: A case study of neighbourhoods in Beirut, Lebanon, that have heritage valueProf. Giovanni De Paoli
University of Montreal, Faculty of environmental design
Canada
0312Analogy between Meanings: An Exploration into a Commitment-incorporating Conservation Strategy for Church Buildings Roel De Ridder
PHLimburg
Belgium
0036Long term prediction of marble erosion for the conservation of the statue of David of Michelangelo Prof. Livio de Santoli
Sapienza Università di Roma
Italy
0349Heritage a human right and connecting force, case Doel (Flanders)Mr. Johan De Vriendt
Heritage Community Doel/Polder
Belgium
0313Heritage and its Cultural Boundaries. Challenging the Western Paradigm by Means of the Example of China.Mr. Willem Derde
Ename Center for Public Archaeology and Heritage Presentation
Belgium
0195Historical Heritage and sustainable development of the local communities: the case study of the Saxon villages in TransylvaniaMr/s. Balan Diana
Academy of Economic Studies
Romania
0311Capacities of Cultural Tourism in Local Development – Itineraries of Cultural TourismMr/s. Dubravka Djukanovic
University of Novi Sad, FTN, Dept. for Arch. & Urb.
Serbia
0066Fragile Heritages: an architecture between disappearance and reutilisation Gemma Domenech
Institut Català de Recerca en Patrimoni Cultural
Spain
0205Knowledge management and building quality of cultural heritage. A missing link in regional concepts of development and tourism.Dr. Anita Drexel
University of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences, Vienna
Austria
0130Sustainability, style and the success of Macao's food souvenirs with regional touristsProf. Hilary du Cros
Institute For Tourism Studies
China - Macau
0321The Via of the Contemporary in the Heritage ' Protection Prof. Alice Duarte
Fundação Universidade do Porto - Flup
Portugal
0226Different aspects of a living heritage: spice bazaar in IstambulDr. Sila Durhan
Doğuş University Istanbul
Turkey
0153Assam’s Xatras as Repositories of Cultural Heritage: Mr/s. Nilim Dutta
Strategic Research & Analysis Organisation
India
0176Sustainable heritage conservation of Islamic-Cairo district Dr. Dalia Abd El Aziz El Sorady
Pharos University
Egypt
0106A New Critical Framework for Azorean-American StoriesProf. Janet C. M. Eldred
University of Kentucky
United States
0161The Planting Design and Plant Species Roles of Persian Garden on the Sustainable Development, Case Study: Shiraz, IranMrs. Parastoo Eshrati
PhD Student,Faculty of Fine Arts,University of Tehran
Iran
0140The impact of sustainability rating tools on the conservation of 20th century urban fabric in Australia Jennifer Faddy
NA
Australia
0171Material Imagination and Religious Architecture in Saskatchewan (MIRAS)Prof. Stephen Fai
Azrieli School of Architecture and Urbanism
Canada
0239Cultural landscapes and tourism in the Atlantic: the case of Madeira IslandProf. Filipa Cristina Gouveia Freitas Fernandes
Technical University of Lisbon - Institute of Political and Social Sciences
Portugal
0391Heritage conservation and sustainable development: the case of the Romanesque Itinerary on the River Sousa Valley in the north of PortugalProf. Teresa Ferreira
Faculdade de Arquitectura da Universidade do Porto
Portugal
0190Cultural heritage in urban regeneration: complexity and uncertainty in the evaluation process for valorisation of sites Dr. Barbara Ferri
Dep. of Social Sciences, University of Chieti-Pescara
Italy
0043Protecting Nova Scotia’s Built Heritage: Preserving Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century Architecture in UNESCO Designated “Old Town” LunenburgDr. Richard H. Field
Saint Marys University and the Gorsebrook Research Institute
Canada
0217Reconstruction possibilities of the Roman Villas - unshattering methods in the safeguarding and in the conservationMr/s. Anett Firnigl
Corvinus University of Budapest, Department of Garden Art
Hungary
0078Cultural & natural heritage as drivers for Regional Development in tourism & leisureMr. Michiel Flooren
senior lecturer Saxion University
Netherlands
0278History is not just stories – a proposal for an operative use of popular architectural heritage Pedro Fonseca Jorge
FAUP
Portugal
0379Geological Risk around the Tito Bustillo and El Castillo Prehistoric Caves. North of SpainProf. Alberto Foyo
University of Cantabria
Spain
0197Rehabilitation of Ancient Buildings in Rammed EarthProf. Dora Francese
Università degli Studi di Napoli
Italy
0117Charles Deering - entreprenuer, environmantal pioneer art patronDr. Annette B. Fromm
Annette B.
United States
0101Salisbury as Palimpsest – meaning, order and progress in the evolution of a modern cityMr/s. Christian Wilson Frost
Kingston University, London. School of Architecture and Landscape
United Kingdom
0154New Social Meaning and Heritage Significance for the Military Cultural Landscapes in Matsu Prof. Chao-Ching Fu
National Cheng Kung University
Taiwan
0099Preserving and Developing the Unsustainable Sustainably – Historic Town Planning and Current Planning Issues in the UNESCO World Heritage area Semmering –AustriaDr. Britta Fuchs
University of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences
Austria
0323Cultural landscape, an sustainable development alternative in Michoacán.Dr. francisco javier fuentes Farias
Universidad Michoacana
Mexico
0041Towards a Sustainble vistor management plan, integration of GIS with CM as evaluations tools, Comparative study: Venaria Reale vs. Orta LakeMr. Yasser Gadou
Project Manager, INDEMAG consultant
Egypt
0336The sustainability of a heritage complex and its use as a tourist resource. The case of the Valldemossa's charterhouse in Majorca (Spain).Prof. Mercè Gambús
Universidad Islas Baleares
España
0088Recycling heritage. On the Heritage, social and identity related construction.Mr/s. Josep-Maria Garcia-Fuentes
Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya - Department of Architectural Composition
Spain
0256A World Heritage Trilogy: A Comparative Analysis of Tourism Issues, Expectations, Realities, and Challenges at Three World Heritage Sites in Rural Nova Scotia, CanadaDr. E. Wanda George
Mount Saint Vincent University
Canada
0258Heritage Preservation and Sheltering the Social EconomyDr. Noel Gerard
University of Calgary
Canada
0094Urban renaissance in Gazi, the old industrial centre of Athens,Dr. Stefanos Gerasimou
National Technical University of Athens
Greece
0377The Cultural Heritage in KosovoProf. Bahtije Gerbeshi
University of Prishtina
Kosovo
0373Integration of Heritage, Culture, Sustainable Development Policies Prof. Mehdi Ghafouri
M.Ghafouri Architect & Vanier College
Canada
0303Revitalizing Historic Cairo: Examining Policies and ImplementationMr. Remah Gharib
University of Nottingham, Misr International University
United Kingdom
0091The knowledge for conservation and sustainable development: XVIth century yellow tuff masonries in Terra di Lavoro (Campania, Italy) Caterina Giannattasio
Department of Architecture - Faculty of Architecture - University of Cagliari
Italy
0223The Resilience and Care of Ancient Stone Monuments in Changing EnvironmentsDr. Myra Giesen
International Centre for Cultural and Heritage Studies, Newcastle University
United Kingdom
0063Sustainability, cultural heritage and intercultural dialogueProf. Susana Gonçalves
Escola Superior de Educação de Coimbra
Portugal
0052Research on cultural tourism development in sacral and spiritual sites from the UNESCO World Heritage list Anna Maria Goral
Jagiellonian University, Department of Management and Social Communication
Poland
0367Rammed-earth walls built in SEville in the Moderns Age. Technical, material and sustainable featuresDr. Amparo Graciani
University of Seville, Spain
Spain
0128Dragging Redundant Buildings Into the 21st CenturyMr. Neil Grieve
University of Dundee
United Kingdom
0048The Third Pig: Brick Construction in AustraliaDr. Derham Groves
University of Melbourne
Australia
0026Turtle Islands: Endangered Species as Tourism Attractions in Latin AmericaDr. Carla Maria Guerron Montero
university of delaware
United States
0329Vibrations close to monuments: Study of the old town of SevilleMrs. ANA GUILLEN
Architect, University of Seville
Spain
0359Heritage Conservation in Bosnia and HerzegovinaDr. Murat Gul
International University of Sarajevo
Bosnia and Herzegovina
0113Renovation of an ancient Bosphorus village: OrtaköyDr. Ela Güngören
mimar sinan fine arts university
Turkey
0203Lamalama heritage in museums and on country: the changing contexts of identity for an Australian Indigenous people Dr. Diane Hafner
University of Queensland
Australia
0090Belonging: the contribution of heritage to sense of place Stephanie Hawke
Newcastle University
United Kingdom
0376The Historic and Environmental Significance of Conservation of Endangered Ecological Communities in New South Wales, AustraliaDr. Pam Hazelton
University of Technology,Sydney
Australia
0191The Omani Architectural Heritage - Identity and ContinuityDr. Soheir Mohamed Abdullah Hegazy
Scientific College of Design
Oman
0096Restoration and historical study of a water reservoir in YemenProf. Ingrid Hehmeyer
Department of History, Ryerson University
Canada
0038The Azorean identity and heritage through the Holy Ghost Festival Gyorgy Henyei Neto
Universidade Federal de São Carlos
Brazil
0074Social Adaptation to Environmental Change: Lessons Drawn From Social Representation s of the Interactions between Society and the Natural Environment in the Roman WorldProf. Ella Hermon
Université Laval, Département d\'histoire
Canada
0093Why Damascus Old City is Abandoned?Mrs. Nadia Hilmi
Directorate of Urban Planning
Syria
0248Integral administration: indispensable strategy in government policy for sustainable management of cultural tourism in Mexico's world heritage citiesDr. Carlos Hiriart
Facultad de Arquitectura Universidad Michoacana de San Nicolás de Hidalgo
Mexico
0031Doing "heritage" for the home folks, not just the touristsDr. Sharon Ann Holt
Sandy Spring Museum
United States
0253The church of the Assumption in Biar, Spain. A study on its present conditionProf. José Antonio Huesca
Universidad de Alicante
Spain
0151Values-based Management of Cultural LandscapesDr. Shabnam Inanloo Dailoo
Postdoctoral Fellow
Canada
0386A Human Value System. The Role of Cultural and Historic Environment in It. Example of Old Town in Kuldīga Jana Jakobsone
Riga Technical University, Department of Architecture and Urban Planning
Latvia
0170Public visits to works in built heritage: a necessityProf. Antonio Jaramillo
University of Seville
Spain
0077"Building a homeland”: Civil Society and the Cultural Heritage in Colombia: a perspective from the Observatorio del Patrimonio Cultural y Arqueológico – OPCA Dr. Luis Gonzalo Jaramillo E.
Universidad de los Andes
Colombia
0083Japanese tourists’ motivation for visiting cultural and heritage sites in the UKDr. Takamitsu Jimura
York St John University
United Kingdom
0345Traditional Industrial Landscape of Sambhar, Rajasthan Somya Johri
India
0068Separation or Procrastination? A Retrospective on Indigenous-Industrial Heritage Conflicts in Perth and OttawaProf. Roy Jones
Curtin University
Australia
0168Reinterpreting the value of built heritage for sustainability Paula Judson
Heritage Victoria, RMIT University
Australia
0255Cultural Landscapes and Mobility a necessary approachMr. Douglas Emerson Deicke Heidtmann Junior
MaCLands - Master Cultural Landscape
Brazil
0243Cultural Heritage Conservation Programs in Malawi and Public ResponsesProf. Yusuf Juwayeyi
Long Island University, Brooklyn
United States
0284Between Cultural Heritage Conservation and City Development: an Interpretation of Liverpool’s Paradise ProjectMr. Ehab Kamel
PhD Candidate
United Kingdom
0059Alienation from the cultural heritageMr/s. Iskra Kaneva
University of Montreal
Canada
0279Socially and economically sustainable development in a World Heritage Site: the case of BathMr/s. John Kelsey
University College London
United Kingdom
0326Harmonization between climate and architecture in vernacular heritage, case study: Yazd, IranMrs. parinaz keshtkaran
islamic azad university of beiza
Iran
0330Economic Aspects of Interventions in Residential Buildings and Aggregate Problem: Case Studies from Fener - BalatMr. Emre Kishali
Politecnico di Milano
Italy
0165Hungarian Heritage of the 18th Century Monastic Garden Art – History and Sustainability Mária Klagyivik
Corvinus University of Budapest, Department of Garden Art
Hungary
0139Design interventions as sustainable development: the case of Ouro Preto and Mariana, BrazilDr. June Komisar
Ryerson University
Canada
0198The role of historical open spaces to support living environment in high dense cityDr. Miki Korenaga
Tokyo Institute of Texhnology
Japan
0114Post-mining Landscapes: Hertiage Preservation versus Environmental Remediation - Case Studies in Pennsylvania, U.S.Prof. Neil Korostoff
Penn State University
United States
0254Education to Democracy - the Answer to SaidskyismProf. Jacob Kovalio
Jacob
Canada
0263Tradition of Conservation: Redefining Authenticity in Javanese Architectural ConservationMr/s. Timoticin Kwanda
Petra Christian University
Indonesia
0360Impact of the modification of the internal climate on the management of the Lascaux caveDr. Delphine Lacanette
Junior Researcher
France
0082The challenge of governance in historic urban environments Christine Myfanwy Landorf
The University of Queensland
Australia
0305Archaeological World Heritage and Tourism: Managing For “Triple Bottom Line” Global and Local BenefitsProf. Brent Lane
University of North Carolina Business School
United States
0115First rice, then rights... and later culture? Cultural policy as sustainable development strategy in case of multi-ethnic Vietnam in post- Doi Moi era. Huong Le Thu
National Chengchi Univ
Vietnam
0332Cultural Heritage of Wood Carvings as Torajan Identity and Social Value in Daily LifeDr. Hee Sook Lee-Niinioja
independent researcher
Finland
0327Final scientific balance and maintenance of architectural Heritage under preservation order Flavia Leone
University of Naples \
Italy
0228Sustaining cultural identity and a sense of place - new wine in old bottles or old wine in new bottles?Mr. Philip Leverton
College of Estate Management
United Kingdom
0222The Research on the Preservations and Innovations on the Intangible Cultural Heritage in Jiangsu Province, ChinaMr/s. Bai Li
associate professor,Department of Sociology and Social Work,School of Social Development, Nanjing Normal University
China
0021798 Art Zone in Beijing, China: Transformation of a Communist Military FactoryDr. Yiping Li
The University of Hong Kong
China
0122Adaptation of the historic built environment to climate changeDr. Hanwen Liao
School of Architecture & Construction, University of Greenwich
United Kingdom
0392Test Gustavo Ramos Lira
GreenLines Institute
Portugal
0069Museums planning and programming: towards heritage sustainabilityProf. Sérgio Lira
Fernando Pessoa University
Portugal
0257Climate change and heritage: responding to the challengesDr. Colin Long
Deakin University
Australia
0029Governing Heritage in the Process of Development in South ChinaDr. Tracey L-D Lu
Anthropology Dept. CUHK
China
0143New environmental and developmental threats to heritage site: A case of Zimbabwe.Mr/s. Netsai Margareth Machingambi
Mutare Museum
Zimbabwe
0301The effect of variations of temperature and pluviometry on the heritage property of the Archdiocese of Seville (Spain)Prof. Juan Manuel Macías Bernal
Universidad de Sevilla
Spain
0351Patterns of Alteration in New Zealand Houses (1890 – 2010) Christina Mackay
School of Architecture, Victoria University of Wellington
New Zealand
0141Sustaining cultural built heritage in the Asia-Pacific through resilienceDr. Jamie MacKee
School of Architecture and Built Environment, University of Newcastle
Australia
0174The Utilization of the Built Heritage in Cultural ActivitiesDr. Haitham Samir Mahmoud
Modern Academy for Engineering & Technology, Egypt
Egypt
0260Managing Cultural Pluralism and Heritage: A Case study of ChanderiDr. Richa Malhotra
university of Delhi
India
0035Memory VoidsProf. Ángel Martínez García-Posada
Architect
Spain
0207The Historical Monument as an integral part of urban surroundings: Sustainable redevelopment around El Hogar del Comandante Arguado (Teruel)Mr. Enrique Martínez Sierra
0252Cistercian architectural heritage as cultural landmarksProf. Ana Tavares Martins
University of Beira Interior
Portugal
0172Catalogs of built heritage: methodology for the study and protection of regionalist architecture of SevilleMr/s. Emilio Mascort Giráldez
Architect
Spain
0206Comparative analysis of constructive solutions for thermal insulation by using computer applications in building rehabilitation in Mediterranean climate. The Spanish caseProf. Monica Mateo Garcia
Universidad de Alicante
Spain
0273Local Foodways as Intangible Heritage in India: The Role of Chefs and Restaurants in Preserving Goan Culinary WaysDr. Kyoko Matsukawa
Nara University
Japan
0234Vox Populo: making the neighborhood through imaging the pastMr. Francisco Maya Rodríguez
Universidad Pablo de Olavide
Spain
0384The hijacking of heritage and the commodification of culture: cultural tourism and communities of the North Atlantic peripheryProf. Alison McCleery
Edinburgh Napier University
United Kingdom
0075Historic Preservation and Sustainable Agriculture in Pennsylvania, USAProf. Sally McMurry
Pennsylvania State University
United States
0022Cultural Continuum and Regional Identity in the Islamic and Hindu Architectures of Bengal: A Study of Islamic Buildings at Gaur and Hindu Temples at Vishnupur in West Bengal, IndiaMr. Iasef MD Rian
Architect
India
0098Measurement Methods for Elaboration of Conception for Monitoring the state and changes of Culture Heritage-ObjectsProf. Vjacheslav Meriakri
Kotel’nikov Institute of Radioengineering and Electronics Russian Academy of Sciences. Fryazino Branch
Russia
0227Residential heritage: constructing symbolic capital in the multidimensional cultural urban space Aleksandr Michelson
Tallinn University of Technology (TUT), Tallinn, Estonia
Estonia
0309Working in areas with a high densityProf. Pablo Manuel MIllán Millán
University of Seville. Project Department
Spain
0307Open convents-monasteries: paths towards serenity.Prof. Pablo Manuel MIllán Millán
University of Seville. Project Department
Spain
0306Empty heritage: elements to understand the heritage commercialization process.Prof. Pablo Manuel MIllán Millán
University of Seville. Project Department
Spain
0315Sustainable Development Of Cultural And Heritage TourismProf. Mazilu Mirela
University of Craiova
Romania
0389GAPRU- NEW APPROACH FOR THE REVITALIZATION OF HISTORIC CITY CENTERS Dr. Abdurahman Mohamed
Islamic Univesity Gaza
Palestine
0288Living on the Historical Edges: Spatial analysis for Arab Historical Walled Cities, Alexandria as a case StudyDr. Nabil I. Mohareb
United Arab Emirates University
United Arab Emirates
0218Bringing Life to Folklore in Malaysia: Issues of Law Safinaz Mohd Hussein
Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia
Malaysia
0004Historic Colonial Buildings in Malaysia: Qualifying Criteria and Compensation IssuesDr. Mahmud Zuhdi Mohd Nor
Faculty of Law, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia
Malaysia
0110Sustainable housing in the Mediterranean areaProf. Patrizia Montini Zimolo
Università IUAV di Venezia
Italy
0131Urban impact of cultural tourismProf. Ana Morales
Seville University
Spain
0295Sustainable wood Constructions. Its natural protectionDr. Enrique Morales Méndez
Professor of University of Seville
Spain
0138Creating Sustainable Development: A case of Umphakatsi Ecovillage in South AfricaMrs. Tobhi Sarah Motha
Umphakatsi Ecovillage and Human Rights Education Centre
South Africa
0051Route based tourism and heritage: conceptualising the Camino de SantiagoDr. Michael Murray
Queen\'s University Belfast
United Kingdom
0247Eating, jigging or watching? Ocean heritage and sustainable developmentDr. Alison Laurie Neilson
University of the Azores
Portugal
0380Lifts as Cultural HeritageProf. Ivica Nikolac
University of Zagreb
Croatia
0378Coping with two World Heritages. The Unesco declarations and local identity in ElcheDr. Antonio Miguel Nogués-Pedregal
Universitas Miguel Hernández
Spain
0103EEPOCH Energy Efficiency and preservation in Our Cultural Heritage Mr/s. Heidi Norrström
Chalmers University of Technology
Sweden
0297Implementing Sustainable Heritage Tourism in the CaribbeanDr. Keith Nurse
University of the West Indies
Barbados
0025Tradition as a Modern Strategy: Indigenous Knowledge as Local Response to Globalization in Nigeria/AfricaProf. Geoffrey I. Nwala Nwaka
Abia State University
Nigeria
0216Renewal and enhancement of natural and built heritage in rural areas: a greenways network for a sustainable management strategy. Dr. Stefania Oppido
Oppido
Italy
0272Golden ages and green valleys: a patrimony of landscapes, memories, and testimonies for a modern WalesProf. Brian Osborne
Queen's University
Canada
0212Challenges and conflicts of heritage protection in post-communist countries: the case of the Jewish Quarter in Budapest Ági Pap
University of Szeged
Hungary
0187Cultural Motivation and Authenticity Eunkyung Park
Jeju National University
Korea, South
0299Towards a methodology for evaluating public archaeologyMr. Adam Clifford Paterson
Flinders University, South Australia
Australia
0044The mine of Floristella: the estate and the local society in the Sicily of the nineteenth centuryDr. Maria Laura Pennisi
university of Catania
Italy
0220Revealing World Heritage citiesDr. Ana Pereira Roders
Eindhoven University of Technology
Netherlands
0104Tourist Satisfaction with World Heritage – The case of the Douro Region-Prof. Luisa Pinto
Luisa Pinto
Portugal
0245Historic Places, Real Antiques and Shopping Malls: Alternative Meanings of Heritage in Malacca (West Malaysia). Ema Claudia Pires
University of Evora
Portugal
0352The fortress of Saint Philip in Setubal: the “traça” of captain FratinDr. andrea pirinu
Università di Cagliari
Italy
0347Sustainable Development in Marginal Landscapes: The Mills Valley in Osilo (Sardinia)Prof. Paola Pittaluga
Università degli Studi di Sassari
Italy
0335The port of Valparaíso, Chile; consequences of the layout of the railway, its’ effects in the relation of users and the waterfront in this world heritage site.Prof. Marcela Pizzi
University of Chile
Chile
0269Old Bangkok in Dissonance: Heritage, Tourism and GentrificationMr. Jaturong Pokharatsiri
Oxford Brookes University
United Kingdom
0300The Agustina Bessa-Luís web-museum: characters from AgustinaProf. Maria Isabel do Amaral Antunes Vaz Ponce de Leão
Fernando Pessoa University
Portugal
0241What Scale Sustainability? Heritage and Environment in the Garden of EdenDr. Jennifer R. Pournelle
University of South Carolina
United States
0182Sustaining heritage conservation through a formal bureaucracy? Examining the impact of bureaucratic systems on indigenous Guthi heritage conservation in Nepal Mrs. Neelam Pradhananga
University of Newcastle
Australia
0318heritage contribution to sustainable economyMr/s. Michèle PRATS
ICOMOS FRANCE
France
0208The Integration of Accessibility Devices with the Architecture and Spaces of Cultural Heritage. How to Expand the Use of World Heritage Sites while Guaranteeing its ConservationProf. Marina Puyuelo Cazorla
Polytechnic University of Valencia
Spain
0322Governance: politics as grounds for common heritage of HumanityProf. Cláudia Ramos
Fernando Pessoa University
Portugal
0383MONITORING AND DYNAMIC ANALYSIS TO PRESERVE THE MOGADOURO CLOCK TOWERDr. Luís F. Ramos
ISISE - University of Minho
Portugal
0118Archaeology and the Conservation of fauna in the Colombian Caribbean: a Contribution to Studies on the Use and Protection of Populations of "Hicotea" Terrapins (Trachemys scripta callirostris) Dr. Elizabeth Ramos-Roca
Universidad de los Andes
Colombia
0152The Poetics and Politics of Intangible Cultural Heritage in MuseumsDr. Sita Reddy
Smithsonian Institution
United States
0317“Which Heritage? The Construction of Place in Ghana’s Tourism”Dr. Ann Reed
University of Akron
United States
0381Retable art in India: its importance, the empathic apathy and the future. Cultural aspects concerning conservationDr. Mónica Reis
University of Algarve; CHAIA-Évora
Portugal
0072e-Cultural Heritage: comparative analysis at Iberian and European contextProf. Jorge Ribeiro
FAUTL
Portugal
0169Bridging the Balkans: recreation & the (re)creation of a post-conflict identity through sustainable tourismDr. Greg Ringer
Royal Roads University
Canada
0109Sustaining Identity: Heritage Development and Identity Construction in the Niagara Region, Canada.Dr. Michael Ripmeester
Brock University
Canada
0111The Health and Environmental Benefits of Using Traditional Historic Internal Finishes. James Ritson
Kingston University
United Kingdom
0390Conserving the architectural heritage with zero-emission building operationMr. Volker Ritter
ETH Zurich, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Chair of Building Systems
Switzerland
0242Landscape and environmental values. Heritage as social creativity. The case of smallholders in the Colombian Coffee Cultural LandscapeMrs. Diana María Rodríguez Herrera
Universidad Tecnológica de Pereira
Colombia
0175Processes of 'patrimonialization' of culture and nature. Socio-economic use of cultural heritage in a Natural Park.Prof. Xavier Roigé
Universitat de Barcelona
Spain
0039The uses of cultural heritage in Catalonia: the recreation of history as way of preservation, exhibition and local developmentMr. Antonio Rojas
Institut Català de Recerca en Patrimoni Cultural (ICRPC)
Spain
0209Don’t ask me about the Communist Heritage please; the World Heritage late medieval Town of Gjirokastra in Albania and the efforts to evaluate its recent communist heritage. Elenita Roshi
Executive Manager
Albania
0055Between Sacred and Secular: Heritage and the Church in Italy. Jeni Ryde
University of Western Sydney
Australia
0215The cultural significance of world Heritage site : a case study of Victoria Terminus, Mumbai, IndiaDr. Swapna Samel
Birla College, Kalyan, Mumbai University
India
0348SPA HERITAGE AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT JOSEP SANCHEZ FERRÉ
ASOCIACION TERMALISMO ANDALUCIA
Spain
0275Organizations and social relations in the choices for sustainable environmental policyProf. Serena Sanseviero
Università G.D'annunzio - Chieti
Italy
0146A project for local sustainable development: innovative technologies for the understanding, enhancement, and use of the archaeological park of Kaucana. Dr. Cettina Santagati
Department of Architecture and Town Planning - University of Catania
Italy
0285A Curious Wait: Site Management and the Case of Alanya Castle Mr. Dinc Sarac
Newcastle University
United Kingdom
0382Heritage and Territorial Marketing in Low Density Places: the case of ÓbidosDr. Sandra Sardo Fidalgo
Universidade de Coimbra
Portugal
0102The Soup Noodle, Menrui, as an Important Intangible Heritage in JapanDr. Satohiro Serizawa
Nara University
Japan
0084“Hidden Heritage, Disappearing Legacy: Jews and the Politics of Memory in the Post-Ottoman City”Dr. Pamela Sezgin
Gainesville State College
United States
0281Integrated cluster of centralized heritage-based nano-economies in the High Mountains of Sinai PeninsulaMr. Ahmed Shams
IMT Institute for Advanced Studies Lucca
Italy
0181Interior spaces design in refurbished traditional Japanese timber houses focusing of frameworksMr. Kaneko Shinya
Tokyo institute of Technology
Japan
0137Santa Gilla Workshop. A paradigmatic beginning for a new landscape approachProf. Cesarina Siddi
Faculty of Architecture
Italy
0173Memory and Meaning: Making Puerto Rican Histories in Central FloridaDr. Patricia Silver
Dept. of Anthropology, University of Central Florida
United States
0354From Indigenous Cultural Destruction to Empowerment: Listening to a Hapu’s Call for Change to the Indigenous Heritage Site Protection Framework in Aotearoa New Zealand.Mr. Hemopereki Hoani Simon
Massey University
New Zealand
0079The dynamics of sustainability: changing significance of stone fishtraps in Western Australian Aboriginal heritageDr. Moya Smith
WA Museum
Australia
0080Law as (In)compatible Interlocutor in Sustainable Heritage Governance: appraising jurisprudential universality as heritage management toolDr. Hilary Soderland
Boalt Hall School of Law, University of California-Berkeley
United States
0314Current Status of Conservation and Management of Hierapolis-Pamukkale World Heritage Site, TurkeyDr. Mehmet Somuncu
Ankara University
Turkey
0121The Dilemma in Turkish Highlands: Preservation of Natural and Cultural Heritage and Tourism Development: A Case Study of the Eastern Black Sea Region, TurkeyDr. Mehmet Somuncu
Ankara University
Turkey
0346The Manifold Shell Francesco Spanedda
Università degli Studi di Sassari
Italy
0325Enhancing local Outstanding Universal Value assessment practices: Willemstad as a case study Aster Speckens
Eindhoven University of Technology
Netherlands
0363Crossing the Line - sutainability and large working object conservation in museums and heritage collections Yvette Staelens
Bournemouth University
United Kingdom
0049Issues in Education in Maritime Archaeology.Dr. Mark Staniforth
Flinders University
Australia
0164Community Perspectives on Safeguarding Intangible Cultural Expressions: what roles can museums play in the North East of England? Michelle Laura Stefano
Newcastle University
United Kingdom
0150Dynamics and dilemmas in the sustainable development of Sukur World Heritage Cultural Landscape (Nigeria)Dr. Judith Sterner
Alberta College Art & Design
Canada
0259The Practice of Heritage Interpretation and Design in the Development and Management of Sustainable Heritage SitesProf. Patricia Sterry
University of Salford
United Kingdom
0211Regional identity and heritage: Baltic way to raise competitiveness Ilze Stokmane
Latvia University of Agriculture
Latvia
0369Reviewing the scenario conditions of a historic building: past, present and future Mrs. Raha Sulaiman
i) Univeristy of Malaya ii) Technical University Eindhoven
Netherlands
0214Conservation and mass culture. Nino Sulfaro
University od Messina - Faculty of Engineering
Italy
0178Sustainable heritage management in Ballarat, AustraliaDr. Anne Beggs Sunter
University of Ballarat
Australia
0089The cultural significance of World Heritage cities: Portugal as case study Ana Tarrafa Silva
Eindhoven University of Technology
Netherlands
0229Preventive Conservation – a sustainable approach to cultural heritage preservation Carla Maria Teixeira Coelho
Fundação Oswaldo Cruz
Brazil
0097Public Art as Public Memory: Representing the Heritage of Mining CommunitiesDr. Anne Thomas-Cumming
University of Dundee
United Kingdom
0357Human rights, women rights - global and local questionsDr. Teresa Toldy
University Fernando Pessoa
Portugal
0388Historic urban landscape. Contribution to the critical reading of cultural territoriesMr/s. Maria Antónia Trindade Chagas
Architect
Portugal
0159A Study of the Reuse of Old Building Materials in the Sustainable Conservation of Villages at Matsu Island ChainDr. Chien-Chou Tseng
National Cheng Kung University
Taiwan
0331Holistic review of the restoration of Bassein Fort: Physical and Socio-cultural aspectsProf. Afegine Tuscano
St. Gonsallo Garcia College (Mumbai University)
India
0147Zerain.Com: Cultural Landscape as a Framework for Integrating Sustainable Economic Futures, Heritage and Language PreservationProf. Jacqueline Urla
Univ of Massachusetts
United States
0240Cultural infrastructures in Veneto. Earth and water Pathways in the Landscapes of the Archaeology.Prof. Margherita Vanore
University Iuav of Venice
Italy
0126Venice and the "mud island"Prof. Margherita Vanore
University Iuav of Venice
Italy
0290Vanishing Frugality: Loss of Sustainability Saparya Varma
India
0365Conveying Spirit of Place through Built Form: Moderating the Transformation of the Varanasi GhatsMr. Amitabh Verma
University of Georgia
United States
0364Managing Conservation in the context of Social Change: The Case of Jaisalmer FortMr. Amitabh Verma
University of Georgia
United States
0119Protecting and developing urban heritage through the experience of the rehabilitation scenario for Piazza Garibaldi in Naples Serena Viola
Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II
Italy
0289The cultural heritage of religious spaces: the case of Santarém Prof. Ana Lídia Virtudes
University of Beira Interior
Portugal
0185The sustainability of ‘ancient’: historic architecture between needs of conservation and energy innovationProf. Maria Rosaria Vitale
University of Catania
Italy
0213The Report Mapping Project: Managing South African Impact Assessment ReportsMr. Steven James Walker
South African Heritage Resource Agency, University of Cape Town
South Africa
0061Sustainable conservation practice in a multicultural society using multi-criteria analysis (MCA)Mrs. Noor Amila Wan Abdullah Zawawi
Univerisiti Teknologi Petronas
Malaysia
0302Individual Architectural Merit, Collective Urban Presence: Mapping the Fading Post-war Cityscape of Taipei, Taiwan Yi-Wen Wang
Department of Built Environment, University of Nottingham
United Kingdom
0355Governance of Heritage: Discussions on the new Constitution of NepalMr. Kai Weise
PAHAR Nepal
Nepal
0286The Lasting Cultural Heritage in Chinese Society: Yiya Gourmet FestivalProf. Teng Wenlung
Wenzao Ursuline College of Languages
Taiwan
0193The SEMPA (South East Marine Protected Area) of Rodrigues Island: How an Over-Exploited Lagoon is turned into World HeritageDr. Carsten Wergin
MLU Halle-Wittenberg
Germany
0233Understanding, Valuing, Caring and Enjoying: a path for sustainable heritageMrs. E. Nathalie Wierdak Carlesso
Cultural Diversity Centre
Venezuela
0180Changing Paradigms: Building sustainable communities by moving away from the representation of identity towards of a practice of cross-cultural heritageProf. Andrea Witcomb
Cultural Heritage Centre for Asia and the Pacific, Deakin University
Australia
0129Energy Efficiency and Environmental Impacts of Existing Building with Heritage Values in AustraliaDr. Pow Chew Wong
Centre for Design
Australia
0136Heritage tourism development preference among residents in Danish-Osu, GhanaDr. Aaron Kofi Badu Yankholmes
Universidad de Deusto,Bilbao
Spain
0057Superstar Museum and its Stakeholders - A Case Study of Terra Cotta Warriors and Horses Museum TourismDr. Jie Yu
School of economics and management, Northwest University
China
0232The dissemination of the cultural tradition of Chinese Popular Religion sects in Contemporary MalaysiaDr. Huang Yun
Kansai University
Japan
0270Water as a structuring element of historic urbanity in Ghent: From Windmills through Cranes to BridgesMrs. Agnieszka Zajac
Autonomous Municipal Ghent Development Authority
Belgium
0353Management and Presentation of Chinese sites for UNESCO World Heritage List (UWHL)Prof. luca zan
University of Bologna
Italy
0040Cultural Heritage and SocietyDr. Tiantian Zheng
State University of New York, Cortland
United States
0338What do the ancient Chinese teach us? - A case study of Chinese Courtyard House on Sustainable Architectural DesignDr. Yan Zhu
The Department of the Built Environment, University of Nottingham
United Kingdom
0237Managing archaelogical heritage in Serbia – challenges in a transient societyMrs. Katarina Zivanovic
Faculty of Philosophy Belgrade
Serbia
0157The possibility of preservation of Immovable Cultural Heritage in Slovenia / Under the rules of Cultural Heritage Protection ActMrs. Mateja Zupan
Ministry of Culture, Culture and Media Inspectorate of the RS
Slovenia

Total number of accepted abstracts until now: 300



 

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