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Managing the industrial heritage

its identification, recording and management

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Published by School of Archaeological Studies, University of Leicester in Leicester .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Industrial archaeology -- Great Britain -- Congresses.,
  • Historic preservation -- Great Britain -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Marilyn Palmer and Peter Neaverson.
    GenreCongresses.
    SeriesLeicester archaeology monographs -- no. 2
    ContributionsPalmer, Marilyn., Neaverson, Peter.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 149 p. :
    Number of Pages149
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21989293M
    ISBN 100951037757

    The island of Saaremaa had a place where an entire hill of windmills has been preserved in its original form. This hilltop was the windiest.   But it also involves researching, cataloguing and interpreting artefacts, restoring old machinery and other tangible remains of industrialisation and adapting and managing industrial heritage. There is a regrettable ignorance about India’s considerable industrial heritage in officialdom as well as the common person.

    Liverpool University Press is the UK's third oldest university press, with a distinguished history of publishing exceptional research since The guidance is primarily aimed at local authority asset managers and is intended to raise the profile of heritage assets and to provide a framework of ‘best practice’ for their care. /> It is pragmatic and practical guidance which local. Managing Tourism at World Heritage Sites: a Practical Manual for World Heritage Site Managers F or more information contact: This book aims at building a better understanding of issues related to tourism in protected areas and providing guidelines on how to address them. The pres-File Size: KB.

      Alfrey and Putnam Alfrey J Putnam T The Industrial Heritage: Managing Resources and Uses New York and London: Routledge , The Industrial Heritage, Merriman Merriman N Beyond the Glass Case: The Past, the Heritage and the Public in Britain Leicester: Leicester University Press , Beyond the Glass Case, 3, by:   Cultural Resource Management (CRM) is a process that people use to manage and make decisions about scarce cultural resources in an equitable manner. CRM (also known as Heritage Management) includes cultural landscapes, archaeological sites, historical records, and spiritual places, among other things.


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The Industrial Heritage is the first integrated approach to the assessment, conservation, interpretation, financing and management of the complex heritage of industrial cultures. It breaks new ground, as the authors (both active workers in the field) suggest that concepts of heritage defined to deal with pre-industrial cultures must be modified to deal with the very different demands presented Cited by: Book Description.

The Industrial Heritage is the first integrated approach to the assessment, conservation, interpretation, financing and management of the complex heritage of industrial cultures.

It breaks new ground, as the authors (both active workers in the field) suggest that concepts of heritage defined to deal with pre-industrial cultures must be modified to deal with the very different.

Industrial heritage management in the context of urban planning. Managing the industrial heritage in urban renovation: The experience of Terrassa This is the first book to deepen Author: Heike Oevermann. industrial heritage sites; visitor centres in historic places; The Managing the industrial heritage book section of the book lays out the guiding principles that give managers the confidence to make decisions when balancing risk with benefits.

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Get this from a library. Managing the industrial heritage: its identification, recording and management. [Marilyn Palmer; Peter Neaverson]. Industrial heritage refers to the physical remains of the history of technology and industry, such as manufacturing and mining sites, as well as power and transportation r definition expands this scope so that the term also covers places used for social activities related to industry such as housing, museums, education or religious worship, among other structures with.

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A must-buy if you have any responsibilities for managing historic sites, be they cathedrals, industrial heritage sites, stately homes or parks. Rating. The Resource Manual is aimed at anyone with an interest in World Heritage, in particular those responsible for managing natural World Heritage sites, managers and staff of protected areas, local communities and indigenous peoples engaged in managing the property, as well as institutions and businesses operating in or alongside a natural World.

Specialist skills are necessary to ensure that the heritage significance is taken into account and respected in managing the sustainable use of these industrial heritage sites and structures Building codes, risk mitigation requirements, environmental or industrial regulations, and other standards should be implemented in an adapted way to take.

Industrial Heritage Re-tooled: The TICCIH guide to Industrial Heritage Conservation, J. Douet (ed.), The book is a compilation of the latest approaches to the conservation of industrial heritage presented by around thirty specialists. Judith Alfrey is the author of The Industrial Heritage ( avg rating, 2 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), The Landscape of Industry ( avg rating /5(2).

This book is the first complete approach to issues of evaluation, protection, interpretation, financial management and organisation of industrial culture heritage.

Managing Historic Sites and Buildings looks at the choices and the tensions that exist in conservation and interpretation of the heritage. Preservation and presentation are central activities, arguably means and ends in the conservation of the historic environment.

But are they self-reinforcing or do they work against each other. In a series of essays which span form prehistoric sacred site to.

Managing these organisations is difficult and this book tackles the issues that make it easier. Managing the Museum examines the highly sophisticated principles and techniques of modern business management from the perspective of museums and galleries and delineates their practical application.

This volume surveys the day-to-day issues of time Cited by:   Although designed to ‘train the trainers’, the activities in the book are relevant to anyone involved in caring for heritage. Kate Clark is an industrial archaeologist who has had a career in museums and heritage management in the public, private and voluntary sectors, in Australia and the UK.

She has worked in Wales as CEO of Cadw (the Pages: Managing World Heritage Sites covers the management issues encountered at cultural and natural UNESCO World Heritage Sites). WHS sites are high profile and as their designation states they are unique.

They are often government owned and subject to political debate, they have iconic status and are therefore crucial to national tourism industries Cited by: Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.

Managing industrial heritage: key issues for valmanufacturing), while the latter is an institute which has collected the historical archive of an ancient paper factory founded in Fabriano in the 18 th century (Miliani Paper Mill).

Cultural heritage management (CHM) is the vocation and practice of managing cultural heritage. It is a branch of cultural resources management (CRM), although it also draws on the practices of cultural conservation, restoration, museology, archaeology, history and the term cultural heritage is generally used in Europe, in the USA the term cultural resources is in more.

The Industrial Heritage: Managing Resources and Uses is the first integrated approach to the assessment, conservation, interpretation, financing and management for the complex heritage of industrial : Judith Alfrey.The Heritage Council of Victoria presents 12 case studies and an issues paper to challenge and inspire us to make better use of the state’s industrial heritage.

The case studies and issues paper have been prepared for the Heritage Council by Justine Clark.“Heritage was everything: it was a golden skeleton key, gleaming with power, able to get the wielder through any number of locked doors; it was the christening of the marriage bed with virgin blood on snow-white sheets; it was the benediction of a pristine pedigree, refined through ages of selective breeding and the occasional mercy culling.