E_Conservation Magazine - N° 17, December 2010, is online

INDEX ISSUE 17, December 2010

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Multicultural Conservation by Rui Bordalo


►The Social Media Challenge for Conservation Outreach By Daniel Cull


Conservation and the Eastern Mediterranean IIC Congress September, 20-24, 2010, Istanbul, Turkey - Review by Sagita Mirjam Sunara
Bigstuff 2010 October 6 - 8, 2010, Duxford, UK - Review by Alison Wain
16th International Heritage Show - Review by Petruta Vlad
Preparing Ikats for Colors of the Oasis: Central Asian Ikats - Dyeing, Dressing & Display - By Cyndi Bohlin

Book Releases
- Books Will Speak Plain. A Handbook for Identifying and Describing Historical Bindings, by Julia Miller
- Studies on Information and Knowledge Processes. Studies on Heritage Management I, by Ferenc Kiss, Lia Bassa (eds.)
- The Picture of Memory, by Michela Rossi, Cecilia Tedeschi (eds.)

Upcoming Events: January - February 2011

Science and Restoration at the Service of Interpretation - By Dimitrios Doumas
An Extensive Study of the Effect of the Enzyme a-Amylase Used in Textile Conservation on Silk Fibers Dyed with Safflower and Madder Dye - By Harby E. Ahmed

Conservation and Restoration of a Rare Large Persian Carpet - By Omar Abdel-Kareem

The Bactria Cultural Centre: A UNESCO-sponsored project in Mazar-e Sharif, war-struck northern Afghanistan – Success or Failure? - By Alessandro Califano


New ICOMOS Bibliography: The concept of Authenticity

UNESCO-ICOMOS Documentation Centre has just released a new bibliography on Authenticity.

You can download it from this page
If any reference is of interest to you, don't hesitate to contact us at documentation[at]icomos.org


Online Proceedings: Symposium "Villes Françaises du Patrimoine Mondial et Tourisme" - May 2010

Actes de la journée organisée par La Chaire UNESCO « Culture, Tourisme Développement » L’IREST et l’EIREST, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, La Convention France-Unesco ICOMOS-France - UNESCO, 27 Mai 2010

Direction: Maria GRAVARI-BARBAS & Sébastien JACQUOT.

Edition: Anne-Cécile MERMET.

Télécharger les actes / Download proceedings (in French) [PDF, 3.25 MB]


Euromed Heritage Seminar online proceedings on Heritage Economics

Strengthening existing institutional and legal frameworks: seminar on “Heritage Economics and Financing Mechanisms”
(6-8 June 2010, Damascus, Syria)

Fourth seminar organised by RMSU for the strengthening of Mediterranean cultural heritage institutional and legislative frameworks.
A specialised workshop was organised in Damascus in connection with the activities of the Euromed Heritage 4 programme in order to meet the wishes of the partner countries for strengthening the institutional and legislative framework of their heritage policies.

Given the important role that heritage can fill as an economic and social resource, this workshop was about defining, in consultation with all parties concerned, the modalities for a development of the heritage in a modern policy of sustainable human development. And more precisely: a valuation that is consistent with its proper preservation and the safeguarding of its values.

On the one hand, the workshop examined various business models and formulated proposals for the regulatory framework on the process of decision making and the accompanying managerial imperatives.

On the other hand, very specifically, the workshop examined the range of financing techniques for the conservation and enhancement of heritage, with particular attention to forms of public-private partnership. An inventory of the different practices in European countries and in Mediterranean partner countries has served as the basis for the workshop.

In addition to a representative from each partner country, the workshop brought together experts from UNESCO, ICCROM, the Council of Europe, the European Investment Bank, the Aga Khan Trust and ICOMOS.

Download (PDF, 3 MB) - Euromed Heritage website


"Connecting", the Euromed Heritage 4 newsletter: new issue online

Connecting n. 5, the EH 4 newsletter, is now available.

This edition focuses on gastronomy and food which are an essential aspect of Mediterranean culture. High moments in peoples’ lives are organised around food and sharing it with family and community members. You will learn about this unique Mediterranean heritage, made of fresh ingredients, freshly baked bread, a rich selection of wines, olive oil in a whole range of fruitiness and flavours, and a dash of “farniente” to go...

Main features:

- Food practice as heritage - by Christiane Dabdoub Nasser, RMSU Team Leader

- The Mediterranean cuisine: a delight in the unity and diversity - by Josseline Rigot, Culinary Reviewer

- For the protection of the living heritage in the Mediterranean - interview with Fleur Perrier de la Bathie, coordinator of Euromed Heritage 4 project “Medliher”

- Slow food picks up pace - by Christiane Dabdoub Nasser, RMSU Team Leader

- Selection of EH 4 best pictures

Download the complete newsletter (PDF, 1.7 MB)

Previous issues


Issues of ICOMOS Scientific Committees newsletters

ICOMOS International Committee for Archaeological Heritage Management launches its newsletter.
1st issue (PDF, 6 MB)

ICOMOS International Committee for Vernacular Architecture. No. 20, August 2010: click here (PDF, 3.3 MB)


The International Committee on Archaeological Heritage Management launches its newsletter

"Welcome to the inaugural issue of ICAHM News. We have compiled the latest ICAHM-related events, news, and reports on members' activities here for your convenience. ICAHM invites members to submit a short report on current projects for inclusion in the newsletter."

Read the first issue (PDF, 6 MB)

More info on ICOMOS-ICAHM website


CIVVIH July Newsletter online

The International Committee on Historic Towns and Villages has released its July newsletter.

Download the PDF file of the English version (150 KB) / the French version (150 KB)

More information on CIVVIH Website


New acquisitions at ICOMOS Documentation Centre

We wish to present our readers two beautiful books newly acquired by ICOMOS Documentation Centre. Published by Editions Gelbart, "Patrimoine Mondial de l'UNESCO : les sites français" et "Patrimoine Mondial de l'UNESCO : les sites marocains" are two wonderful photographical voyages through UNESCO World Heritage sites.

Patrimoine Mondial de l'UNESCO : les sites français. Pierron, Jacques (text) and Gelbart, Jean-Jacques (Photographs). Toulouse, France, Editions Gelbart, 2009. 323 p.

Leaf through the book online:
click here

Patrimoine Mondial de l'UNESCO : les sites marocains. Gelbart, Jean-Jacques (Photographs). Toulouse, France, Editions Gelbart, 2009. 149 p.

Leaf through the book online:
click here

Editions Gelbart website: http://gelbart-photographe.fr/index.php


Cuba Arqueológica. Revista digital de Arqueología de Cuba y el Caribe - Año III, n° 3, enero - junio de 2010

El n° 3 de 2010 de "Cuba Arqueológica. Revista digital de Arqueología de Cuba y el Caribe (ISSN: 1852-0723) acaba de ser publicada en la web de Cuba Arqueológica.

Download/Pueden descargarlo directamente aqui (PDF, 11,50 MB)

Cuba Arqueologica


Sport and cultural heritage - a bibliography

The ICOMOS Documentation Centre greets the World Cup differently... There's more about sport than football!

Download and read our special bibliography (PDF, 220 KB)


New UNESCO online publication on Collections in Museum Storage

Handling of collections in storage

A museum’s storage area is a vital part of any museum and generally contains the larger part of the collection. It guarantees the preservation of and accessibility to the collection, and as a result the proper care and management of collections in storage is an important challenge for museums if they are to maintain their roles as centres of knowledge, research and inspiration.

Download the handbook in English, French or Arabic (PDF, 1,5 MB)


COE Publications on Cultural Heritage

ICOMOS Documentation Centre recently acquired the following titles published by the Council of Europe and wishes to present them to the readers.

Guidance on inventory and documentation of the cultural heritage (2009)
Improved heritage management and the inclusion of heritage in planning and sustainable development processes necessitate inventory and documentation. More than mere scientific tools recommended in international agreements, inventory and documentation play a strategic role. The complexity of the heritage items that now have to be inventoried and their interaction with our everyday living environment require the clear definition and harmonisation of practices at the European level.
Through its work in the 1960s, the Council of Europe helped to lay the methodological bases for inventorying architectural, archaeological and movable heritage. The efforts to systematise the process came in answer to the broadening meaning of heritage, and today new considerations lead us to address such notions as heritage groups.
The guidelines proposed in this book reflect the work done so far and provide a basis for future research. It is part of a series produced under the Technical Co-operation and Assistance Programme to present the experience derived from the projects implemented by the Council of Europe.
- Purchase

Funding the architectural heritage: A guide to policies and examples (2009)
What systems can be used for the mobilisation of financial resources for the conservation, restoration, rehabilitation and integrated management of the architectural heritage through area-based regeneration initiatives? This guide aims to provide authoritative information on different funding mechanisms, financial resources and management systems utilised in Europe and in North America as a means to assist the development of good and efficient practice.
Consideration is given to examples relating to three principal forms of financial measures: subsidies (grant aid), loans and tax incentives, as well as specific measures to promote sponsorship through donations by individuals and corporate organisations. Other revenue-raising methods are investigated, including easement donations and endowment funds, lotteries, concession agreements, monument annuities, the transfer of development rights and enabling development, and through the support of international organisations such as the World Monument Fund, the World Bank, the Council of Europe Development Bank and the European Union. Further consideration is given to the role of non-profit and other organisations operating for the benefit of the architectural heritage such as revolving fund organisations, charitable trusts, heritage foundations and limited liability companies.

European heritage - Sustainable development strategies in South-East Europe (2008)
The Institutional Capacity Building Plan is the first of three components in the Regional Programme for Cultural and Natural Heritage in South East Europe that was launched in 2003. As part of this plan, a "translational theme-based debate" was held, the structure of which was based on an assessment of requests from Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia, "the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia" and Kosovo.
The results of this debate have been published across three volumes in the European Heritage series. This third volume examines how the enhancement of cultural and natural heritage can contribute to the implementation of sustainable development projects. The participants' reports and presentations on European best practices should inspire institutions to define rules and guidelines for structuring their national heritage policies so that they can also contribute to regional and local development strategies.
- Purchase


E_Conservation Magazine - N° 14, May 2010

Issue #14 of e-conservation magazine is now online and available for free download!

Download now (PDF, 5 MB)


IFLA Newsletter n° 87 - Asia Pacific Region Special Issue (April 2010)

Diversity of cultures is a strength of the Asia Pacific Region. From the mountains and deserts of Iran in the north-west, to the indented coastlines and island of Japan and New Zealand in the north-east and south-east, there is also a multitude of different landscapes. As those landscape are made and influenced by cultures that have different understandings of nature, and different responses to their surroundings, so exhilarating contrasts have developed. Even though rulers and traders of surrounding ancient countries interacted and mixed different cultures, fauna and flora when they visited Darius in Iran centuries ago, as recorded on stone panels in the sacked city of Persepolis, the differences have been maintained over the centuries. Even though religions and ideas have been transported through the region, gradually modifying cultures, the differences have created unique landscapes. You know where you are when you walk through cities in Japan or fields in Thailand or India.

Download the #87 issue (PDF, 1,70 MB)


New Bibliography on Management Plans

Management plans and the World Heritage Convention: A bibliography

Around 200 bibliographic references extracted from the ICOMOS Documentation Centre collections.

Download the document (PDF, 150 KB)

Webpage of all the ICOMOS bibliographies - English or French


Conclusiones y recomendaciones de simposio ICOMOS Perú

Conclusiones y Recomendaciones del simposio "EFECTOS DE LOS DESASTRES NATURALES EN EL PATRIMONIO CULTURAL: MONUMENTOS Y SITIOS”. Evento realizado el pasado 17 de abril 2010 para conmemorar el Día Internacional de los Monumentos y Sitios.

Cargar Programa simposio ICOMOS PERU (PDF in Spanish, 1.90 MB)

Cargar conclusiones (PDF in Spanish, 250 KB)


New MDG Achievement fund / UN Albania Publication

The Transformation of the National History Museum in Albania: Recommendations and Proposed Next Steps by the Advisory Board

Albania has been described as the last secret of Europe. Almost unknown internationally, its rich and diverse cultural heritage is undervalued within the country, much of it having been suppressed or neglected during the long years of isolation. This peaceful multicultural coexistence presents Albania with a unique opportunity: to utilize its culture as an instrument in shaping its new national identity, as its government, economy and people move away from isolation to a greater participation on the world’s
The Joint Programme “Culture and Heritage for Social and Economic Development” (CHSED) was primarily designed to achieve outcomes derived from the national priorities of Albania that are consistent with the Millennium Development Goals and the One UN programme, approved by the Albanian Government in October 2007. The flagship activity for the CHSED Joint Programme will be the transformation of the National History Museum in Tirana into a modern cultural institution. One key activity to this is to: “Establish a management and governance structure for a “world-class” National History Museum” (Activity 2.1.1).

This final report, prepared by the museum expert, will summarize and elaborate on the major findings and recommendations of the Advisory Board, for use as a final decision-making tool by the Government of Albania and the UN Agencies that are substantially and financially accountable for the implementation of the activities in the CHSED Joint Programme.

Download the report (PDF, 1.49 MB)

Read more on Culture and Heritage for social and economic development website

IFLA News Brief No. 30

The IFLA News Brief, issue #30 (April 2010) has just been published.

Download the document

Source: International Federation of Landscapes Architects (IFLA)


EUROMED Heritage - Seminar proceedings online

Strengthening the institutional and legislative frameworks: seminar on “Prevention and fight against illicit traffic of cultural properties”
(9-11 November 2009, Beirut, Lebanon)

Second legal seminar organised by RMSU in collaboration with the Beirut Office of UNESCO, under the patronage of the Lebanese Directorate of Antiquities
The objective of this second seminar, organised by RMSU in the framework of its activity of strengthening of the institutional and legal framework, was to compare the existing legislations and specialised services in the Mediterranean partner countries with the norms set by major international conventions such as the Hague Convention of 1954, the UNESCO Convention of 1970, and the UNIDROIT Convention of 1995, as well as the codes of ethics for the management of collections, whether private or museum collections, and for the trade in cultural properties (Codes of ICOM and UNESCO).
The seminar examined how these norms have been implemented in the national legislations, how the data base of UNESCO of cultural heritage legislation is being updated and consulted, and the mode of cooperation with the services of INTERPOL and the World Customs Organization (WCO).
The discussion linked with the issues related to inventories, a subject already dealt with in December 2008 at the occasion of the first seminar, and in particular the use of the norm “Object ID”. In addition, the seminar invited Dr. Sophie Vigneron from Kent University (UK), rapporteur of the Seminar on manuscripts organised in April 2008 in Alexandria by Manumed EH 4 project.
Eventually, this seminar was combined with a special training session for about ten Lebanese professionals.

Download the results of the seminar


New GCI publications

Archaeological Sites in the Maya Area: A Conservation Challenge - Proceedings of the XXII Symposium of Archaeological Investigations in Guatemala.

This publication constitutes an important step in the research, conservation, and use of archaeological heritage, as it reflects on the ways different disciplines collaborate, and on the importance of sustainability for site conservation and management.

The complete proceedings are available online in Spanish (PDF, 6 MB), with an English (PDF, 1 MB)summary.

The Nature of Conservation: A Race Against Time

By Philip Ward

This classic work explains the place of conservation and restoration in museums. Long out of print, it is now being published online by the GCI.

Access a free PDF in English or Spanish online.

Landmarks of a New Generation: User's Manual

In the 1990s, the GCI initiated a series of projects that encouraged young people to document through photographs those things they considered landmarks in their community. This out of print manual—now available as a PDF—presents a practical method for creating these landmark projects.

Access the free PDF online (5.2 MB).

Newly Acquired Titles

Recently acquired titles in the Conservation Collection in the Research Library at the Getty Research Institute are available to readers on site at the Getty Center. Some materials are available through your library's interlibrary loan service.

Download the list (PDF, 186 KB)

New ICOMOS France electronic publication

Colloque du Havre: Villes symboles du XXe siècle

Brasilia, Chandigarh, Le Havre, Tel Aviv: four different interpretations of 20th century's architectural and urban modernity. Three of those four cities are inscribed on the UNESCO world heritage list, Chandigarh is applying to be inscribed.

Their outstanding modern architectural heritage is a reference to the whole world. To balance the protection and the valorization of the most prestigious buildings with nowadays urban life remains a permanent question.

Le Havre city presents the publication of the international symposium, which took place on September 13th-14th 2008, to examine the main steps of those important heritage sites and to compare the solutions chosen to bring together heritage enhancement and present's necessities. This symposium gathered numerous specialists regarding architectural and urban history, urban policies coordinators, and actors, elected and professionals, of today's urban projects.
(Source: ICOMOS France website)

Download proceedings at the bottom of the page (PDF, 4 MB)

New ICOMOS publications

ICOMOS Ireland: Sustaining our built environment: Review of the state of conservation education and training in Ireland. Dublin: ICOMOS Ireland, 2009. 22 p.

International Scientific Committee on Legal, Administrative and Financial Issues (ICLAFI): Annual meeting of ICLAFI, Helsinki, Finland, 15-17 May 2008: Criteria for the Conservation of built heritage. Helsinki: Edita, 2009. 63 p.

ICOMOS Norway: ICOMOS Montreal Plan on 20th Century Heritage. Survey/Questionnaire to National and International Scientific Committees. Eirik T. Boe, et al. Oslo: ICOMOS Norway, [2009]. 38 p.


Mrs Lucile Smirnov, new Manager of the ICOMOS Documentation Centre

ICOMOS is very pleased to welcome Mrs Lucile Smirnov, who is, from 8th of March 2010, the new Manager of the ICOMOS Documentation Centre.
Lucile has got a Degree of Information Manager in the Institut Catholique de Paris, and has been for a year Head of the UNESCO Education Sector Documentation Centre.
She will be replacing Mr Jose Garcia Vicente, who has been in charge of the Documentation Centre for the past 11 years.
We wish success and good luck to both of them!


e-rph: Revista Electrónica de Patrimonio Histórico - Numero 5 Diciembre 2009

El número 5, Diciembre 2009, de 'e-rph: Revista Electrónica de Patrimonio Histórico', acaba de ser publicado. Consulte el contenido de la revista en http://www.revistadepatrimonio.es

The number 5, December 2009, of 'e-rph: Revista Electrónica de Patrimonio Histórico' has just been published. Download the issue in http://www.revistadepatrimonio.es


IFLA Newsletter n° 86 - A new year, a new world (February 2010)

This issue includes articles on new member associations from Paraguay, Ecuador, and Central America and the Caribbean, who were welcomed to IFLA at the World Council meeting in Rio in late October 2009. We introduce our new Vice President Europe, Nigel Thorne and other European executive committee members Carlo Bruschi (VP Professional Practice) and Marina Cervera Alonso De Medina (Secretary). The IFLA elections are underway at present so in two months time the new President and other regional Vice Presidents will be introduced.
We have a new office: Executive Secretary Christine Bavassa has moved into new premises in a location that is closer to the action in Brussels. We are sharing an office with a local representative of the International Society of City and Regional Planners (IsoCaRP), so we will have immediately better opportunities to work with one of our partners.

Download issue n° 86


Cuba Arqueológica. Revista digital de Arqueología de Cuba y el Caribe - Año II, n° 2, Noviembre 2009

El n° 2 de 2009 (Noviembre) de "Cuba Arqueológica. Revista digital de Arqueología de Cuba y el Caribe. Año II. No. 2, Noviembre 2009" (ISSN: 1852-0723)acaba de ser publicada en la web de Cuba Arqueológica.

Pueden descargarlo directamente aqui

Source: Cuba Arqueologica



Working paper: "World Heritage: Where Are We? An Empirical Analysis"

World Heritage: Where Are We? An Empirical Analysis. By Bruno S. Frey, Paolo Pamini. A working paper for the Center for Research in Economics, Management and the Arts (CREMA).

An empirical overview of the UNESCO World Heritage List according to various characteristics is presented. The officially stated intention of the World Heritage List is to protect global heritage. Our focus is on the imbalance of the existing List according to countries and continents. The existing distribution is compared to hypothetical distributions considered “balanced” from different points of view. It turns out that the World Heritage List is unbalanced with respect to a distribution of Sites according to population, area or per capita income. This paper wants to reveal facts about the existing distribution, and is designed to help a reasoned discussion to emerge.

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Conservation-restauration des peintures murales: de l'antiquité à nos jours.

Conservation-restauration des peintures murales: de l'antiquité à nos jours. Par Geneviève Reille-Taillefert. Publié par Les Editions Eyrolles.

Après vingt-cinq années d’investigations et de recherches sur les différents supports et les techniques de peintures murales, Geneviève Reille-Taillefert partage dans cet ouvrage son expérience et l’état d’esprit dans lequel se trouve le restaurateur face aux problèmes de conservation des peintures murales. De la déontologie aux méthodes opératoires, la première partie de ce livre offre une vue générale de la restauration et de ses techniques. De la fresque romaine aux peintures murales du XXe siècle, la seconde partie décrit les techniques picturales de chaque époque nécessitant des solutions de restauration spécifiques. Les nombreux cas d’école mettent à chaque fois en avant une technique de restauration particulière et sont constitués de chantiers de restauration menés par l’auteur.

Cet ouvrage de référence s’adresse aux étudiants des écoles de restauration, aux restaurateurs, aux élus locaux, aux conservateurs des Monuments historiques et aux amateurs du patrimoine en général.

Commandez l'ouvrage / To order


DAC-UP: Digital Architecture Collection - University of Pretoria

DAC•UP, the Digital Architecture Collection the Department of Architecture (University of Pretoria) is a multi-faceted project that aims to record, digitise, archive and document material, landscapes, structures, spaces and objects of architecturally historical research value in order to disseminate information and promote research in the field.

Our collection is constantly evolving, providing new material to the researcher. As a team dedicated to open-source data we provide this material to all with the request that the source always be acknowledged in any output that utilises our resources.

Source: http://web.up.ac.za/dacup


ICOMOS France: New publication - Préservation du patrimoine et économies d'énergie

Nouvelle publication d'ICOMOS France:
Préservation du patrimoine et économies d'énergie. Actes du séminaire européen, Paris, 17 et 18 novembre 2008. Paris: ICOMOS France, 2009. 76 p. (Les Cahiers d'ICOMOS France n° 24). ISSN:0297-3189

Les actes du séminaire européen qui s'est tenu les 17 et 18 novembre 2008, aux Invalides regroupent les 19 interventions des intervenants du colloque, ainsi que les débats qui se sont tenus pendant les discussions.
Ils préfigurent le colloque européen de novembre 2010

Commandez la publication / To order the publication

Expert Workshop on the Study and Conservation of Earthen Architecture - Final report available

Expert Workshop on the Study and Conservation of Earthen Architecture and its contribution to sustainable development in the Mediterranean Region: Final Report.
Edited by Maddalena Achenza, Claudia Cancino, Mariana Correia, Amila Ferron and Hubert Guillaud

The final report of the expert workshop held in Villanovaforru, Sardegna, Italy, 17-18 March 2009, on the study and conservation of earthen architecture, is available on the GCI website.

Download the report

ICCROM Book sale

Huge savings on selected ICCROM titles are now available from our online bookstore. Follow the link below to the special offers page. The price of all books in the sale has been reduced by at least 50%.

ICCROM bookstore

Source: ICCROM website

New GCI publications online

The following publications by the Getty Conservation Institute are available online:

- Proceedings of the Getty Seismic Adobe Project 2006 Colloquium
During this three-day colloquium, a group of professionals with expertise in earthen conservation, materials science, construction, building standards, and earthquake engineering gathered to discuss the current state of knowledge and the challenges of preserving our earthen cultural heritage in active seismic zones. This publication contains a selection of papers presented at the colloquium, as well as several later submissions by participants.

- Metallography and Microstructure of Ancient Historic Metals. By David A. Scott
This book provides an introduction to the structure and morphology of ancient and historic metallic materials. It deals extensively with many practical matters relating to the mounting, preparation, etching, polishing, and microscopy of metallic samples, and includes an account of the way in which phase diagrams can be used to assist structural interpretation.

- The Conservation of Artifacts Made from Plant Materials. By Mary-Lou E. Florian, Dale Paul Kronkright, and Ruth E. Norton
This teaching guide covers the identification, deterioration, and conservation of artifacts made from plant materials.

- Thin-Layer Chromatography for Binding Media Analysis. By Mary Striegel and Jo Hill.
This volume consists of a handbook and protocols. The handbook serves as a primer for the basic application of thin-layer chromatography to the analysis of coatings, binders, and adhesives found on cultural objects. The protocols provide step-by-step instructions for procedures involved in typical analyses

Source: GCI Bulletin - February 2010


Patrimoine de l'industrie: ressources, pratiques, cultures, n° 22

Le numéro 22/2009 de la revue scientifique du TICCIH, Patrimoine de l'industrie: ressources, pratiques, cultures vient d'être publié.

Pour les souscriptions / achat de la revue, contactez Mr. Louis Bergeron (lbergeron@wanadoo.fr)

Earthquake in Haiti

- Message from the ICOMOS President following the earthquake in Haiti

- Blue Shield Statement on Haiti