Contemporary challenges in conserving built cultural heritage
The International Journal of Building Pathology and Adaptation focuses on the
challenges associated with the adaptation of existing buildings in response to rapid
technological developments, a changing climate and developing societal demands.
This of course is in the context of an increasingly global society and a construction
sector where solutions need to be developed that are internationally rigorous and
informed by world class research.
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A HOSTILE CLIMATE? MULTIDISCIPLINARY PERSPECTIVES ON CLIMATE CHANGE is a one-day conference that will be held at the University of Leeds on 8th April 2019.
We seek to gather together early career and PGR scholars across all disciplines in climate change research from across the UK . This conference will explore the many different facets of climate change and related environmental catastrophes through the lens of different academic and artistic disciplines, and to hear from PhD and early career researchers producing novel and innovative work on these topics.
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MONUMENTS IN MONUMENTS 2019 CONFERENCE, STIRLING, 02. 04.2019 –
Call for papers
The conservation of immobile stone monuments, structures or objects within traditional buildings present specific conservation challenges. Monuments in Monuments 2019 will examine the interaction and conflicts raised when conserving stone structures in this context and examines whether a holistic conservation approach is possible. Hosted by Historic Environment Scotland, the conference aims to bring together international conservation practitioners and will blend speaker lectures, posters and industry partner stalls with field trips to view conservation issues in situ. Abstract submissions are welcome now. They should be max. 300 words, submitted by 30th of November in PDF format via email to: MiM2019@hes.scot
For more information see:
Monuments in Monuments Conference, Monday 2 September to Wednesday 4 September 2019, the Engine Shed, Stirling
Are you a conservation professional? We’re inviting contributions for abstracts for our conference next year on the conservation of stone monuments and objects inside traditional buildings.
Further details here