Received in 2014 at ICOMOS Documentation centre 

 

ICOMOS France
Les biens en série du Patrimoine mondial : Nouvel enjeu, nouveaux critères.Electronic proceedings of the symposium held in Poitiers, France 17-18 December 2012. Martinot-Lagarde, Jean-Louis (ed.) ; Palmi, Isabelle (ed.) ; Gottfried, Cédric (ed.). Paris, ICOMOS France, May 2014. 196 p., illus. 
E-publication available for download 

As part of the 40th anniversary of the World Heritage Convention, this symposium addressed the notion of serial properties with a transversal approach. The first part consisted in an epistemological discussion of the concept of landscape in Europe and France, followed by a reminder of the political and administrative framework of landscape heritage management. Second followed the stories of projects, commitments actors around property sets or extensive property recently enrolled and projects in France, border and in neighboring countries.

 ICOMOSFrance Biens-serie PM

International Secretariat - World Heritage unit
The Silk Roads: an ICOMOS Thematic Study. Williams, Tim. Paris, ICOMOS, 2014. 152 p., illus.
ISBN: 978-2-918086-12-3. E-publication available for download.

ICOMOS thematic studies are a synthesis of current research and knowledge on a specific theme. The aim of this study is to provide an analysis of sites along the Silk Roads that could be used by States Parties participating in the Serial transnational World Heritage nominations of the Silk Roads as a basis for comparative analyses when nominating series of sites.

 

 ICOMOS WHThematicStudy SilkRoads final lv 201406 couv

 

ICOMOS Germany
Unesco-Welterbe in Deutschland und Mitteleuropa: Bilanz und Perspektiven
Proceedings of ICOMOS Germany's international professional conference, Munich, 29-30novembre 2012. ICOMOS Deutschland. Berlin, hendrik Basler Verlag, 2013. 196 p., illus. 

 

ISBN: 978-3-930388-23 - Order: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

 

 ICOMOS Germany Journal No57

ICOMOS ISC* on conservation of historic towns and villages (CIVVIH)
The role of the integrated conservation of cultural heritage for a creative, resilient and sustainable city
. Proceedings of the ICOMOS-CIVVIH Symposium, Naples,September 2012. Colletta, Teresa (ed.) Milan, FrancoAngeli, 2014. 150 p., illus. 

ISBN: 978-88-204-5079-3. 20€
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"The book offers a comprehensive overview of the intellectual development in urban conservation in the 21st century on the basis of the evolution and operational context of urban management and the development of local urban conservation policies and practices by ICOMOS [...] "experts"."

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*International Scientific Committee 

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