A publication of the proceedings of a conference held in the summer of 2012 to celebrate forty-years of Conservation Studies teaching at the King’s Manor, York, edited by Navin Piplani.
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The publication follows the fours themes of the conference: Reflections on the past forty years; Assessing current trends and approaches to conservation training; perspectives on the future of conservation education; Redefining the framework for conservation education and training.
The publication contains 14 papers, with a Foreword by the former Director of the MA in Conservation Studies, Navin Piplani. Notable contributors include: Jukka Jokilehto, Alumnus and special advisor to the Director General of ICCROM; James Simpson, conservation architect with Simpson and Brown in Edinburgh and recently awarded the OBE for services to the Built Environment; Keith Emerick, Alumnus and Inspector of Ancient Monuments for North Yorkshire and York with English Heritage and Gill Chitty, former Head of Conservation at the Council for British Archaeology and now Director of the MA in Conservation Studies.
98 pages, printed in colour, ISBN 978-0-946722-24-2