Conference presentations



Communities and Place – Professor Jukka Jokilehto, Visiting Professor, University of York, UK


Community involvement in cultural mapping and safeguarding of intangible cultural heritage – Nerupama Modwel, Director of Intangible Heritage, INTACH, India

Decision-making in a post-crash world: ontological security revisited – Dr Jane Grenville, Deputy-Vice-Chancellor, University of York, UK

Fengshui and the conservation of cultural heritage in Taiwan – Dr Bor-Sheunn Chiou, Associate Professor, Institute of Architecture and Cultural Heritage, Taipei University, Taiwan

Everyone loves a good story: narrative and public participation in conservation – Nigel Walter, Archangel Architects, Cambridge, UK

Collaborations between communities and conservation professionals – Dr Kate Giles, Department of Archaeology, University of York, UK

Maintaining treasures on earth: supporting volunteers to care for places of worship – Henry Russell & Phillip Leverton, College of Estate Management, Reading, UK

Community involvement matters in conserving World Heritage Sites: urban and remote cases of Japan – Aya Miyazaki, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, The University of Tokyo, Japan


The language changes but the practice stays the same: can community conservation be different? – Dr Keith Emerick, Research Associate, University of York, UK

The Queen’s Mill project, Castleford, West Yorkshire – Alison Drake, Castleford Heritage Trust, UK

The devil is in the detail: building conservation skills at the Borrowbeck Store – Sophie Norton, Regional Heritage Skills Coordinator, Department of Archaeology, University of York, UK

York Castle area: a study in community involvement – Peter Brown, Chief Executive, York Civic Trust, UK

Heritage conservation: the forgotten agenda in Victorian terraced communities – Joanne Harrison, Department of Archaeology, University of York, UK

Conserving community housing: case study of Garib Zarthostiiona Rehethan Fund properties – Vikas Dilawari, Architect, India

Community empowerment as the basis of heritage conservation: the experience of Beitou borough in Taipei City, Taiwan – Wen-Tsung Den, Department of Archaeology, University of York, UK

Reconnecting the Dunston Staithes to its community – Craig Wilson, University of Northumbria; and Martin Hulse, Director, Tyne and Wear Building Preservation Trust, UK

Community restoration of a Nyingma-pa Buddhist monastery in the village of Langtang in the Nepalese Himalayas: a window on local attitudes to conservation, heritage, and their management – Dr Hayley Saul, Department of Archaeology, University of York, UK



A people-centred approach: improving engagement and conservation and management capacities for cultural heritage – Sarah Court, Jane Thompson and Gamini Wijesuriya, ICCROM, Rome

A perfect partnership: building capacity for planning and local participation – Seán O’Reilly, Institute for Historic Building Conservation, UK


The heritage agenda and healthy societies – Dr Cath Neal, Department of Archaeology, University of York, UK

York: living with history – how should decisions about heritage be made? – Dr Helen Graham, School of Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies, University of Leeds, UK; Paul Furness, York’s Alternative History Group; Richard Brigham and Lianne Brigham, York Past and Present Facebook Group

Drystone Walls: a landscape for the future – Linda Clarkson, Drystone Walling Association, UK

Researching with the public, conserving with the community – Laura-Melpomeni Tapini, Diadrasis, Greece

Engaging conservation: how CCT helps communities save historic buildings – Crispin Truman, Chief Executive, Churches Conservation Trust, UK

Conservation live at Holy Trinity Goodramgate: valuing engagement with practice – Dr Gill Chitty, Department of Archaeology, University of York, UK


Developing evaluation strategies for engagement projects in conservation – Danai Koutromanou, Department of Archaeology, University of York, UK

Knole unwrapped: exploring group volunteer participation in preventative conservation – Emily Watts, National Trust, UK

SPAB Maintenance Co-operatives: a move towards meaningful community participation? – Stella Jackson, SPAB Maintenance Co-operatives Coordinator, UK

Benefits and impacts of engagement in heritage – Jon Humble, English Heritage, UK

Till death us do part: routes to community engagement at the Coffin Works, Birmingham – Simon Buteux, Director, Birmingham Conservation Trust, UK

Engaging and conserving industrial heritage in the 21st century: the work of the Industrial Heritage Support Officer – Ian Bapty, Industrial Heritage Support Officer, Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust, UK

Volunteering and heritage: a Heritage Lottery Fund perspective – Miranda Stearn, Policy Advisor: Learning and Volunteering, Heritage Lottery Fund, UK


Roșia Montană in peril – Ştefan Bâlici, Romania


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