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  1. Lecture 1: Introduction to the course. What is conservation? 10 items
    1. Introduction - W. A. Oddy

      Chapter Essential Digitised reading

    2. Historic preservation: philosophy, criteria, guidelines - P. Philippot

      Chapter Essential Digitised reading

    3. A History of Conservation - Harold J. Plenderleith

      Article Essential Electronic journal

    4. Conservation skills: judgement, method and decision making - Caple, Chris 2000

      Book Recommended CHAPTERS 3 AND 5

    5. Forbes Prize Lecture 2007

      Article Recommended E-journal

    6. What is conservation? - Salvador Muñoz Viñas

      Chapter Recommended Digitised reading

    7. Approaches to access: factors and variables - R. Peters, D. Romanek

      Chapter Recommended Digitised reading

    8. A short history of archaeological conservation - C. Sease, K. Tubb

      Article Recommended Digitised reading

  2. Lecture 2: Museums in the contemporary context. Concepts in conservation 9 items
    1. Heritage, values and sustainability - E. Avrami

      Chapter Essential

    2. History of conservation: chapter 4 - Chris Caple

      Chapter Essential Digitised reading

    3. Conservation principles in the international context - J. Jokilehto

      Chapter Essential

    4. Minimal intervention revisited - Salvador Muñoz Viñas

      Chapter Essential

    5. The Artist's Intentions and the Intentional Fallacy in Fine Arts Conservation - Steven W. Dykstra

      Article Recommended Electronic journal

    6. The history of conservation: chapter 3 - Elizabeth Pye

      Chapter Recommended Digitised reading

    7. The reconstruction of ruins: principles and practice - N. Stanley-Price

      Chapter Recommended Digitised reading

    8. Historical and philosophical issues in the conservation of cultural heritage - Stanley-Price, Nicholas, Talley, Mansfield Kirby, Melucco Vaccaro, Alessandra, Getty Conservation Institute c1996

      Book Recommended PART IV: HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE

  3. Lecture 3: Contemporary conservation and participatory processes 18 items
    1. Heritage management by American Indian tribes in the Southwestern United States - R. Anyon, et al.

      Chapter Essential Digitised reading

    2. Preserving what is valued: museums, conservation, and First Nations - Clavir, Miriam c2002

      Book Essential PARTICULARLY PP. 69-97, FIRST NATIONS PERSPECTIVES ON PRESERVATION AND MUSEUMS

    3. Who's indigenous? Whose archaeology? - Bill Sillar

      Chapter Essential Digitised reading

    4. Why Action Research? - Mary Brydon-Miller, Davydd Greenwood, Patricia Maguire 2003-7-1

      Article Recommended Electronic journal

    5. Repatriation at the Pueblo of Zuni: diverse solutions to complex problems - Ferguson T. J., R. Anyon, E. J. Ladd

      Chapter Recommended Digitised reading

    6. The dead and their possessions: repatriation in principle, policy and practice - Fforde, Cressida, Hubert, Jane, Turnbull, Paul 2002

      Book Recommended

    7. The Elgin marbles: should they be returned to Greece? - Hitchens, Christopher, Browning, Robert, Binns, Graham 1998

      Book Recommended

    8. The brave new world of conservation - R. Peters

      Article Recommended

    9. Repatriation Issues

      Webpage Recommended Electronic resource

  4. Lecture 4: Contemporary and the public 9 items
    1. ‘I feel included’: the exhibition at the British Museum - Amy Drago 2011-03

      Article Essential Electronic journal

    2. Collaborating in the Public’s Domain - R. McCoy 2009

      Article Essential Electronic journal

    3. Towards a conservation profession - M. Corfield 1988

      Chapter Recommended Digitised reading

    4. Inspiration, Identity, Learning: The Value of Museums - Department of Culture, Media and Sport 2004

      Book Recommended Electronic resource

    5. Cultural diversity: developing museum audiences in Britain - Hooper-Greenhill, Eilean 1997

      Book Recommended

    6. Beyond the glass case: the past, the heritage and the public - Merriman, Nick 2000

      Book Recommended

  5. Lecture 5: Conservators and exhibitions 15 items
    1. Planning the packing for a touring exhibition - R. Ashbridge 2006

      Article Essential Electronic journal

    2. New views at the Pitt Rivers Museum - K. Jackson 2009

      Article Essential Digitised reading

    3. A string of beads unbroken: continuity and collaboration in an exhibition of Iroqois beadwork - A. MacKay

      Chapter Essential

    4. An unfolding exhibition: conservation and registrar perspectives - C. Bendix, et al. 2003

      Article Recommended Electronic journal

    5. Mount making for the Medieval and Renaissance exhibition tour - H. Brown, R. Lambeth 2008

      Article Recommended Electronic journal

    6. Conserving Ancient Egypt in Cambridge - J. Dawson 2006

      Article Recommended Digitised reading

    7. The story of time: managing a major loans-in exhibition at the National Maritime Museum - S. McCormick, R. Whitford 2003

      Article Recommended Electronic journal

    8. Designing an exhibition to minimise risk to costume on open display - C. Nightingale 2005

      Article Recommended Electronic journal

    9. Conservation of exhibition: making maintenance programs work - M. Reuss, et al.

      Chapter Recommended Digitised reading

    10. Touring exhibitions: the Touring Exhibition Group's manual of good practice - Sixsmith, Mike 1995

      Book Recommended

    11. An introduction to museum archaeology - Swain, Hedley 2007

      Book Recommended CHAPTERS 12-13

    12. Selection of materials for the storage or display of museum objects - Thickett, D, Lee, L. R., British Museum 1996

      Book Recommended

    13. Developing the Islamic Middle East gallery and touring exhibition - C. Thompson 2006

      Article Recommended Electronic journal

    14. A practical collaborative approach for long term displays - M-J. Tsang

      Chapter Recommended

  6. Lecture 6: Conservation charters and guidelines 16 items
    1. AIC - Code of Ethics

      Webpage Essential Electronic resource

    2. Athens Charter

      Webpage Essential Electronic resource

    3. The Venice Charter

      Document Essential Electronic resource

    4. The Nara Document on Authenticity

      Document  Electronic resource

  7. Lecture 7: Unsolicited interventions, vandalism and street art 12 items
    1. Time to Destroy - Alfredo González‐Ruibal 2008-04

      Article Essential Electronic journal

    2. Street Art | Tate

      Webpage Essential Electronic resource

    3. Dialogues of Ancient Graffiti in the House of Maius Castricius in Pompeii - Rebecca R. Benefiel Jan., 2010

      Article Recommended Electronic journal

    4. Jacob Epstein - Cork, Richard 1999

      Book Recommended

    5. The Berlin Wall: an archaeological site in progress - G. Dolff-Bonekamper

      Chapter Recommended

    6. The Berlin Wall: border, fragment, world heritage? - P. Feversham, L. Schmidt

      Chapter Essential

    7. The filth and the fury: 6 Denmark Street (London) and the Sex Pistols - P. Graves-Brown, J. Schofield 2011

      Article Recommended Electronic journal

  8. Lecture 8: Conservation of contemporary art and ethnographic collections 11 items
    1. Symposium 2007: Preserving aboriginal heritage - technical and traditional approaches. - Dignard, C., Mason, J., Nanonwick, K., Stone, T. 2008

      Book Essential All articles are relevant

    2. Conservation of Modern and Contemporary Art - Getty Conservation Institute 2009

      Article Essential Electronic journal. All articles in this volume are relevant

    3. Naum Gabo and the Quandaries of the Replica - Christina Lodder 2007

      Article Essential Electronic journal

    4. Painful decisions: philosophical considerations on a decision-making model - R. Van de Vall

      Chapter Essential Electronic journal

    5. Preserving what is valued: museums, conservation and First Nations. - Clavir, M. 2002

      Book Recommended Particularly 69-97 First Nations perspectives on preservation and museums. INST ARCH L CLA, ISSUE DESK IOA CLA 7, ANTHROPOLOGY T 9 CLA

    6. Conservation, access and use in a museum of living cultures - Kaminitz. M., West R., Quam C., Yatsattie E. 2007

      Chapter Recommended Digitised reading

    7. Inherent Vice: the replica and its implications in modern sculpture - Julian Stallabrass 2007

      Article Recommended Electronic journal

    8. Access Denied: Restricted Access to Indigenous Cultural Sites - Thorn, Andrew

      Article Recommended Electronic resource

  9. Lecture 9: An interface between science and conservation: investigative conservation 12 items
    1. Fabricating the body: the anatomical machines of the Prince of Sansevero - L. Dacombe, R. Peters 2007

      Article Essential Digitised reading

    2. Scientists and the preservation of cultural heritage - G. de Guichen

      Chapter Essential Digitised reading

    3. The OCEAN (Object Centred Environmental Analysis Network) at the V & A - M. Hancock 2005

      Article Recommended Electronic journal

    4. Can scientists and conservators work together? - E. R. McCrady

      Chapter Essential Digitised reading

    5. Rising damp - a history of the Conservation department - P. Webber 2005

      Article Essential Electronic journal

    6. A new look at an old cat: a technical investigation of the Gayer-Anderson cat - J. Ambers, et al. 2008

      Article Recommended Electronic journal

    7. The black bronzes of Burma - , M. Bellegem, et al. 2007

      Article Recommended Electronic journal

    8. Are conservation scientists real scientists? - C. A. Price

      Chapter Essential Digitised reading. Many other relevant papers in the same volume.

    9. A conservation manual for the field archaeologist - Sease, Catherine c1992

      Book Recommended E-Book

  10. Lecture 10: Ownership and the illicit trade in antiquities 20 items
    1. Stealing history: the illicit trade in cultural material - Brodie, Neil, Doole, Jennifer, Watson, Peter, International Council of Museums 2000

      Book Essential

    2. Irreconcilable differences? Problems with unprovenanced antiquities - K. W. Tubb 2007

      Article Essential Digitised reading. WITH RESPONSES FROM SIR JOHN BOARDMAN, NEIL BRODIE, RICARDO J. ELIA AND LAWRENCE M. KAYE

    3. The destruction of cultural heritage in Iraq - Stone, Peter G., Farchakh Bajjaly, Joanne 2008

      Book Essential

    4. Codes of ethics for conservation - C Sease 2005-2-18

      Article Essential Electronic journal

    5. Antiquities: trade or betrayed : legal, ethical and conservation issues - Tubb, Kathryn Walker, United Kingdom Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works c1995

      Book Essential START BY READING PALMER AND TUBB'S PAPERS

    6. Shifting Approaches to Unprovenanced Antiquities among Conservators - K. W. Tubb

      Chapter Essential

    7. The Casualities of War: The Truth about the Iraq Museum - Matthew Bogdanos Jul., 2005

      Article Recommended Electronic journal

    8. Thieves of Baghdad: one marine's passion to recover the world's greatest stolen treasures - Bogdanos, Matthew, Patrick, William 2006

      Book Recommended

    9. Catastrophe!: the looting and destruction of Iraq's past - Emberling, Geoff, Gibson, McGuire, Hanson, Katharine, University of Chicago 2008

      Book Recommended

    10. Chasing Aphrodite: the hunt for looted antiquities at the world's richest museum - Felch, Jason, Frammolino, Ralph 2011

      Book Recommended

    11. Iraq beyond the headlines: history, archaeology and war - Foster, Benjamin R., Gerstenblith, Patty, Foster, Karen Polinger c2005

      Book Recommended

    12. Going, going, gone: regulating the market in illicit antiquities - Mackenzie, S. R. M., Institute of Art and Law (Great Britain) 2005

      Book Recommended

    13. Cultural heritage conventions and other instruments: a compendium with commentaries - O'Keefe, Patrick J., Prott, Lyndel V. 2011

      Book Recommended

    14. The looting of the Iraq Museum, Baghdad: the lost legacy of ancient Mesopotamia - Schuster, Angela M. H., Polk, Milbry c2005

      Book Recommended

    15. Extreme or Commonplace: The Collecting of Unprovenanced Antiquities - K. W. Tubb

      Chapter Recommended

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