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AUSTRALASIAN SOCIETY FOR HISTORICAL ARCHAEOLOGY

The Australian Society for Historical Archaeology (ASHA) was founded in 1970 to promote the study of historical archaeology in Australia. In 1991 the Society was expanded to include New Zealand and the Asia-Pacific region generally, and its name was changed to the Australasian Society for Historical Archaeology.

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Victorian Archaeology Colloquium

Original post by Emmy Frost

Applications are now open for the Victorian Archaeology Colloquium.

The annual Colloquium will be held on 3 February 2017 at the Institute for Advanced Study, La Trobe University, Bundoora. Traditional Owners residing over 100 km away are eligible to apply for a travel bursary to attend. Colloquium registerations are available on the following link:

https://latrobe.onestopsecure.com/onestopweb/LTUEv/createbooking?e=ASSC_EV49

A Pre-colloquium workshop is also available, which will provide participants with basic information for identifing and describing common stone types. To register for the pre-colloquium workshop, please proceed to

https://latrobe.onestopsecure.com/onestopweb/LTUEv/createbooking?e=ASSC_EV50

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PRESENTATION: TICCIH, ICOMOS & WORLD HERITAGE - STEPHEN HUGHES

Originally shared by Iain Stewart

Australia ICOMOS, DOCOMOMO Australia, NSW Chapter AIA SYDNEY TALK SERIES


Time & Date: Thursday 12th January, 2017 5.30pm for 6pm start

Cost: Members $10, non-members $15 payable at GML

Venue: GML Heritage Level 6, Australia Council Building, 372 Elizabeth Street, Surry Hills, 2010
Please report to the reception desk on the Australia Council Ground Floor on arrival to be ticked off on the list and to obtain a Visitors Pass

RSVP: by Wednesday 11th January 2016 via email to janev@gml.com.au.

 Stephen Hughes is Secretary-general of the International Committee for the Conservation of the Industrial Heritage (TICCIH - 2012 to present) and has been Vice-President of ICOMOS-UK since 2011. In 1996 he wrote the first of the ICOMOS/TICCIH World Heritage Studies (on canals) which has facilitated the inscription of a series of World Heritage studies internationally including one he subsequently wrote on Colliery Monuments (2003). He has written, edited or co-authored several books including the World Heritage nomination document for Pontcysyllte Aqueduct and Canal (2008); a book on a designer of Italianate Workers’ Chapels in mining settlements - Thomas Thomas (2006). The Archaeology of the Welsh Uplands (2003); Copperopolis: Landscapes at the international centre of Copper-smelting in Swansea (2000); books on the Engineering and Architecture of Collieries (1996) and of Lighthouses in Wales (1994); The Archaeology of an Early Railways (1990) and A Guide and Study in Waterways Archaeology (1988). He has organised international partnerships on mining regeneration and the production of interpretative animations (cartoons) of the industrial heritage. Stephen was Projects Director for the Royal Commission on the Ancient & Historical Monuments of Wales, U.K., until 2015.

 

TICCIH (The International Committee on the Conservation of the Industrial Heritage) has been informally advising the ICOMOS World Heritage Centre on the Industrial Heritage since 2000. In 1996 TICCIH & ICOMOS jointly published the first of 20 Thematic Studies for the World Heritage Convention on Canals, which can all be found on the ICOMOS website. In November 2011 ‘The Dublin Principles’: Joint ICOMOS-TICCIH Principles for the Conservation of Industrial Heritage Sites, Structures, Areas and Landscapes were adopted by the ICOMOS General Assembly in Paris. A new MOU between TICCIH & ICOMOS was signed in Florence in 2014, and action is underway.

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HERITAGE VICTORIA AND GOOGLE CULTURAL INSTITUTE

Original post by Annie Muir

Members may be interested to hear of a new partnership between Heritage Victoria and Google Cultural Institute. This partnership provides a new way for HV to share their collections with people across the world, via a free online platform.

For more information, please follow the link below.

https://www.google.com/culturalinstitute/beta/partner/heritage-victoria