Industrial Heritage Re-Tooled: The TICCIH Guide to Industrial Heritage ConservationPaperback
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- Publisher: Carnegie Publishing Ltd
- Format: Paperback | 256 pages
- Dimensions: 169mm x 243mm x 16mm | 660g
- Publication date: 30 January 2013
- Publication City/Country: Lancaster
- ISBN 10: 1859362184
- ISBN 13: 9781859362181
- Illustrations note: 70 colour photographs and diagrams
- Sales rank: 190,962
TICCIH - The International Committee for the Conservation of the Industrial Heritage - is the international organisation for industrial archaeology and the industrial heritage. Its aim is to study, protect, conserve and explain the remains of industrialisation. This is a new, authoritative manual of contemporary international best practices in the conservation of the industrial heritage. Written by a wide range of experts, every aspect of industrial heritage conservation is covered. Well illustrated.
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James Douet is an industrial archaeologist and building historian, joint author of the text of the Nizhny Tagil Charter, and editor of the TICCIH Bulletin. He works and teaches in Barcelona.
Table of contents
Contents List of contributorsvii Introduction ;James Douet1 Part I ;Values and meanings 1Why preserve the industrial heritage? ;Neil Cossons6 2What does the Industrial Revolution signify? ;Helmuth Albrecht17 3Industrial archaeology: a discipline? ;Barrie Trinder24 4The heritage of the industrial society ;Louis Bergeron31 Part II ;Understanding the evidence 5Industrial archaeology ;Patrick Martin40 6Identifying industrial landscapes ;Iain Stuart48 7Recording and documentation ;Miles Oglethorpe and Miriam McDonald55 8Process recording ;Gustav Rossnes63 9Industrial archives and company records ;Belem Oviedo Gamez70 10Photography and image resources ;Jan af Geijerstam77 Part III ;Realising the potential 11Choosing what to preserve ;Paul Smith86 12Legal protection ;Keith Falconer94 13Urban regeneration and planning ;Massimo Preite101 14Adaptive re-use ;Benjamin Fragner110 15Financial and fiscal incentives ;Bode Morin118 16Heritage at risk surveys ;Jaime Migone125 17Conservation plans ;Helen Lardner129 18Adaptive re-use and embodied energy ;Mark Watson136 19Post-industrial landscapes ;Norbert Tempel142 20Industrial ruins ;Masaaki Okada149 21Conservation and community consciousness ;Hsiao-Wei Lin155 22Industrial Heritage and the World Heritage Convention ;Peter Stott161 23World Heritage, concepts and criteria ;Michel Cotte167 24Thematic World Heritage Studies ;Stephen Hughes174 Part IV ;Sharing and enjoying 25Industrial museums 5;Massimo Negri182 26Care of industrial and technical collections ;Johannes GroA ewinkelmann188 27Conserving industrial artefacts ;Eusebi Casanelles and James Douet195 28Industrial heritage tourism ;Wolfgang Ebert201 Part V ;Teaching and learning 29Teaching in schools ;Gracia Dorel-Ferre208 30University training ;Gyorgyi Nemeth211 31Distance and on-line learning ;Tuija Mikkonen216 Part VI ;TICCIH 32The work of TICCIH ;Stuart B Smith222 33TICCIH's Charter for Industrial Heritage ;Eusebi Casanelles228 Appendix: The Nizhny Tagil Charter for the Industrial Heritage235 Index241