Foreword: The Venice Charter at Fifty | FRANK G. MATERO

Foreword: The Venice Charter at Fifty | FRANK G. MATERO

2014 marks the fiftieth anniversary of the Second International Congress of Architects and Technicians of Historic Monuments and the adoption of the International Charter for the Conservation…

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Historic Cities and the Venice Charter | EDUARDO ROJAS

Historic Cities and the Venice Charter | EDUARDO ROJAS

The Preservation of Urban Heritage: An Idea from Modern Times The opening statements of the International Charter for the Conservation and Restoration of Monuments and…

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FROM INTERNATIONAL TO COSMOPOLITAN: Taking the Venice Charter Beyond the ‘‘State-Party’’ Politics of Experts | CHRISTOPHER KOZIOL

FROM INTERNATIONAL TO COSMOPOLITAN: Taking the Venice Charter Beyond the ‘‘State-Party’’ Politics of Experts | CHRISTOPHER KOZIOL

It stands as a truism that the present condition of heritage preservation is more complicated than it was in the past. That is the case…

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DECONSECRATING A DOCTRINAL MONUMENT: Raymond M. Lemaire (1921–1997) and the Revisions of the Venice Charter | CLAUDINE HOUBART

DECONSECRATING A DOCTRINAL MONUMENT: Raymond M. Lemaire (1921–1997) and the Revisions of the Venice Charter | CLAUDINE HOUBART

In the 1960s, Raymond M. Lemaire established himself as a key figure of the international preservation world.2 Educated as an art historian in the 1940s,…

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LEARNING FROM A LEGACY: Venice to Valletta | LOES VELDPAUS AND ANA PEREIRA RODERS

LEARNING FROM A LEGACY: Venice to Valletta | LOES VELDPAUS AND ANA PEREIRA RODERS

Changing Principles on and Approaches to Heritage What is now called ‘‘cultural heritage management’’ has in the past primarily focused on the protection of monuments…

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SPAIN UNDER THE VENICE CHARTER | CAMILLA MILETO AND FERNANDO VEGAS

SPAIN UNDER THE VENICE CHARTER | CAMILLA MILETO AND FERNANDO VEGAS

Any discussion of restoration in Spain around 1964 inevitably points to a very peculiar moment in the country’s history. The first three decades of the…

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THE PLACE OF THE VENICE CHARTER PRINCIPLES IN THE CONTEXT OF NATIONAL CULTURAL REVIVAL IN UKRAINE AFTER 1991 | KATERYNA GONCHAROVA

THE PLACE OF THE VENICE CHARTER PRINCIPLES IN THE CONTEXT OF NATIONAL CULTURAL REVIVAL IN UKRAINE AFTER 1991 | KATERYNA GONCHAROVA

Due to Cold War complications, Soviet specialists had very limited involvement with the development of the Venice Charter. Instead, they developed an independent system of…

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EUROPEAN INDUSTRIAL AND ENGINEERING HERITAGE AS AN ILLUSTRATION OF CURRENT CHALLENGES IN DEFINING HERITAGE AND ITS USES | PIERRE LACONTE

EUROPEAN INDUSTRIAL AND ENGINEERING HERITAGE AS AN ILLUSTRATION OF CURRENT CHALLENGES IN DEFINING HERITAGE AND ITS USES | PIERRE LACONTE

As European industry has globalized and shifted production to emerging countries, it has left high unemployment and many shuttered production plants in its wake. This…

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THE VENICE CHARTER DOWN UNDER: Its Legacy in Landscape Preservation | JANE LENNON

THE VENICE CHARTER DOWN UNDER: Its Legacy in Landscape Preservation | JANE LENNON

The Venice Charter, which resulted from the deliberations of practitioners about the restoration of flood-damaged buildings in Venice in 1964, has become the fundamental reference…

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THE VENICE CHARTER AND CULTURAL LANDSCAPES: Evolution of Heritage Concepts and Conservation Over Time | CARI GOETCHEUS AND NORA MITCHELL

THE VENICE CHARTER AND CULTURAL LANDSCAPES: Evolution of Heritage Concepts and Conservation Over Time | CARI GOETCHEUS AND NORA MITCHELL

Adopted in 1964, the Venice Charter is considered the philosophical foundation for the field of heritage preservation. Revered, discussed, criticized, and lamented, it, along with…

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