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Presentations EAC 2019

Presentations of the EAC Symposium in Dublin

20th Heritage Management Symposium, Archaeological sites and monuments in the care of the state – sharing our experiences, 28 February - 1 March 2019 (Dublin, Ireland)

Session 1


Sandra Zirne (Latvia), The practice of preserving and presenting archaeological sites in Latvia

Thomas Roland (Denmark), 14 kilometers of Heritage – Listed Monument, Green Corridor or both?

Prof. Dr. Sergiu Musteata (Romania), Access and Promotion of the archaeological World Heritage Sites. Case of Romania - part 1, part 2, part 3, part 4

Franco Nicolis and Monica Dorigatti (Italy), Take care of me! Experiencing protection, conservation and presentation of archaeological sites to the public in the autonomous Province of Trento, northern Italy

Dóra Hegyi & Zsófia Nádai (Hungary), Archaeological Researches and Reconstructions on Medieval Castles and Historical Gardens of Hungary

Nicki Scott (Scotland), The impact of filming activities on monuments in the care of the State

Rachel Pickering (Scotland), Visitor Erosion in Fragile Landscapes: Managing Access and Archaeology

Marina Vdovichenko (Russia), Medieval churches in Novgorod: aspects of archaeological investigations and museum presentation - part 1, part 2

Edward Bourke and Grellan Rourke (Ireland), Logistical and technical issues in relation to conservation on the World Heritage Site of Sceilg Mhichíl


Session 2

Jan Mařík & Jiří Unger (Czech Republic), VirtualArch – making archaeological heritage visible

Hefin Meara (England), Challenges facing the State management of historic shipwrecks in English territorial waters

Saskia van Dockum & Leonard de Wit (Netherlands), The width and possibilities of ownership; How to support Dutch trusts successfully Prof. Dr. Zeynep Eres Özdoğan (Turkey), An overview of the changing policies on the protection and management of archaeological sites in Turkey

Kristín Huld Sigurðardóttir (Iceland), Challenges facing the heritage management in Iceland: Preservation of sites in state-care

Ulla Kadakas & Anu Lillak (Estonia), Managing the managers: state control over the monuments in Estonia


Session 3


Mirela Hutinec & Dora Šimić (Croatia), Vučedol Culture Museum - a new concept of the museum as a centre of future Archaeological Park Vučedol on the Danube

Cynthia Dunning Thierstein (Switzerland), Whose archaeological site is it? - A case study of the public’s implication in the caretaking and opening of archaeological sites in Switzerland

Milena Kamenova & Lyudmil Vagalinski (Bulgaria), Authenticity and Attraction by Presentation of Archaeological Sites in Bulgaria

Ann Degraeve (Belgium), Sustainability of archaeological sites and monuments in Brussels, Belgium, or how to conjugate past and future actions. A mitigated but promising report

Dirk Krausse (Germany), How to take care of major archaeological sites and monuments in Baden-Württemberg. An example from Germany

Franz Schopper (Germany), Wittstock, Freyenstein, Seddin. Research, presentation and sustainable site management in Northern  Brandenburg


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