World Heritage Subjects or Citizens? Geographical Immaginations and Displacements of Local Communities| Krupa Rajangam

World Heritage Subjects or Citizens? Geographical Immaginations and Displacements of Local Communities| Krupa Rajangam

The word “displacement” is typically not associated with cultural heritage sites, but in this paper I draw on ethnographic vignettes to foreground the process at…

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Saving the World: Fifty Years of the Convention, Conservation, and Collaboration| Lynn Meskell, Claudia Liuzza

Saving the World: Fifty Years of the Convention, Conservation, and Collaboration| Lynn Meskell, Claudia Liuzza

On November 16, 1945, forty-four nations gathered in London to forge an international body for educational and cultural cooperation under the aegis of the United…

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Anticipating a COVID-19 Memorial: Quarantine and Migration Heritage as a Template? | Gareth Hoskins, Joanne Maddern

Anticipating a COVID-19 Memorial: Quarantine and Migration Heritage as a Template? | Gareth Hoskins, Joanne Maddern

In an interview for ABC’s This Week, in May 2020, US secretary of state Mike Pompeo affirmed various “lab-leak” narratives circulating in the public domain by…

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Fluid Land: Vietnamese Refugee Camps and Hong Kong | Juliana Kei, Daniel M. Cooper

Fluid Land: Vietnamese Refugee Camps and Hong Kong | Juliana Kei, Daniel M. Cooper

Where are the Vietnamese refugee camps in Hong Kong? Between the 1970s and 1990s, more than 230,000 Vietnamese arrived in Hong Kong seeking asylum. The…

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The Parramatta Female Factory Precinct: Beyond Commemorating Trauma | Lauren Schutz

The Parramatta Female Factory Precinct: Beyond Commemorating Trauma | Lauren Schutz

On November 16, 2009, then prime minister of Australia Kevin Rudd stood before the Great Hall of Parliament House in Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, and delivered…

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Artistic Inversions of Isolation and Confinement: Public Art, Architecture, and the Liberation of Space on Roosevelt Island | Deborah Vess

Artistic Inversions of Isolation and Confinement: Public Art, Architecture, and the Liberation of Space on Roosevelt Island | Deborah Vess

Blackwell’s Island, now called Roosevelt Island, was originally a remote location be-tween Manhattan and Queens where New York City confined petty criminals, the men-tally disabled,…

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Lazaretto Ambiguity in the Early Nineteenth-Century Europe Mediterranean | Alex Chase-Levenson

Lazaretto Ambiguity in the Early Nineteenth-Century Europe Mediterranean | Alex Chase-Levenson

Lazarettos function through webs of exclusion. One of the governors (intendants sanitaires) of Marseille’s famous Lazaret d’Arenc emphasized that he could not bring his own…

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Paradox of Isolation: Amsterdam's Pest Asylums and the City's Continual Modernization | Sim Hinman Wan

Paradox of Isolation: Amsterdam’s Pest Asylums and the City’s Continual Modernization | Sim Hinman Wan

Recognized as one of the most ambitious urban expansion projects in history, the seventeenth- century “Grand Expansion” of Amsterdam into a half- moon configuration exemplifies…

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Legacies of Detention, Isolation, and Quarantine: Ambivalence, COVID-19, and the Uses of Memory | David Barnes

Legacies of Detention, Isolation, and Quarantine: Ambivalence, COVID-19, and the Uses of Memory | David Barnes

In the early stages of my research on the history of Philadelphia’s Lazaretto quarantine station, which was built to protect the city after four devastating…

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CHANGE OVER TIME ANNOUNCES THE LAUNCH OF 11.1 QUARANTINE: LEGACIES OF ISOLATION

CHANGE OVER TIME ANNOUNCES THE LAUNCH OF 11.1 QUARANTINE: LEGACIES OF ISOLATION

Change Over Time is pleased to announce the launch of 11.1 Quarantine – Legacies of Isolation. Places of isolation, detention, and quarantine reveal often unspoken…

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Integrity as a Legal Concept | Sara C. Bronin

Integrity as a Legal Concept | Sara C. Bronin

Integrity—the ability of a resource to communicate its historic significance—is a physical concern for heritage conservation practitioners.1 But it is also a legal concept, integral to…

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Unsettling "Historic Integrity" at Honouliuli National Heritage Site, O'ahu, Hawai'i | Desiree Valadares

Unsettling “Historic Integrity” at Honouliuli National Heritage Site, O’ahu, Hawai’i | Desiree Valadares

Hawai’i’s newest National Monument was re-classified a National Historic Site in 2019. To a careful observer, cracked concrete foundations, watchtower footings, rusty rebar, mortared retaining…

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Integrity of the Cultural Landscape of Persepolis | Mehr Azar Soheil

Integrity of the Cultural Landscape of Persepolis | Mehr Azar Soheil

The scope of the present paper is to examine the different aspects and components that characterize the condition of integrity of the cultural landscape of…

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Three Aspects of Integrity | Michael J. Mills

Three Aspects of Integrity | Michael J. Mills

The concept of integrity in the conservation of the built environment encompasses a range of characteristics. Integrity can have different meanings in different contexts. The…

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