How to Enhance Value to Historic Context Through Contemporary Inventions

24 February 2011, 12:00 - 14:00

CRASSH,17 Mill Lane, Cambridge

Speakers:

Adam Wilkinson (Edinburgh World Heritage Trust)
James White (Dept of Architecture, Cambridge)
Heba Mostafa (Dept of Architecture, Cambridge)
Tatiana Vakhitova (Dept of Enginering, Cambridge)

 

Adam Wilkinson was appointed Director in April 2008.  He is responsible for providing executive leadership and overall management of EWH, its staff and other organisational and financial resources and for developing EWH’s national and international networks and partnerships.  He holds an MA in Mediaeval History and Russian Language and an MSc in Historic Conservation. He brings a broad knowledge of UK conservation policy and architectural history, and an understanding of the international preservation scene through his previous roles as Secretary of the campaigning charity SAVE Britain’s Heritage and its sister organisation SAVE Europe’s Heritage. Prior to this he worked for a short stint in Paris for UNESCO’s Division of Cultural Heritage. He sits on the Council of Europa Nostra, the pan-European heritage federation. Adam is a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.



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