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第13届ICOMOS世界土建筑遗产大会通知及论文征集

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由ICOMOS和ICOMOS国际土质建筑遗产科学委员会支持,美国盖蒂保护所、国家公园管理局“消失中的宝藏”项目和宾夕法尼亚大学斯图尔特.怀兹曼设计学院联合主办,“TERRA 2021”第13届世界土建筑遗产大会将于2021年6月8-11日在美国新墨西哥州的圣塔菲举行。

大会主题为:“向后看,向前进-在保护中前行”,并分以下若干分主题:

• 美国西南部及北墨西哥

• 考古遗址

• 历史建筑和构筑物

• 城市环境

• 文化景观和文化线路

• 研究推进

• 保护史

• 教育与宣传

• 社区主导和社区获益的风险及脆弱性管理

目前大会向全球征集论文摘要,截止日期2020年4月1日。详情见下文原文,或登录会议官网https://www.terra2021.org/website/8033/ 查询。

 

Under the aegis of the International Council on Monuments and Sites, International Scientific Committee on the Conservation of the Earthen Architectural Heritage

Organized by Getty Conservation Institute, National Park Service, Vanishing Treasures Program and University of Pennsylvania, Stuart Weitzman School of Design

ANNOUNCEMENT

Terra 2021 13th World Congress on Earthen Architectural Heritage will take place in Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA from June 8 – 11, 2021. This is the thirteenth international congress organized by the earthen architecture community under the aegis of ICOMOS since 1972, and the second to be held in New Mexico, thirty years after Adobe 90 in Las Cruces, New Mexico. Terra 2021 is expected to draw up to 600 specialists in the fields of conservation, anthropology, archaeology, architecture and engineering, scientific research, site management, and sustainable development of earthen architectural heritage. 

The four-day program will include presentations, posters and videos / digital media that reflect the latest research and best practice in the study and conservation of earthen heritage around the world. The wealth, variety and significance of earthen heritage in Santa Fe, New Mexico and the greater region of the southwestern United States and northern Mexico make it an ideal setting for the congress and will help inform and stimulate conversations around earthen heritage. The program will include sessions presenting technical information, management issues, methodology, advances in research, case studies and guidelines for best practice.

Themes

Southwestern US and Northern Mexico

Archaeological Sites

Historic Buildings and Structures

Urban Settings

Cultural Landscapes and Cultural Routes

Advances in Research

History of Conservation

Education and Advocacy

Risk and Vulnerability

Care by and for Communities

For detailed descriptions of each theme, please visit the Call for Abstracts page.

Key Dates

April 1, 2020  Deadline for abstract submissions

June 2020  Second announcement

June 2020  Registration opens for congress, pre-congress workshops and post-congress tours

August 2020   Paper / poster / digital media acceptance notice and mailing of guidelines to authors

February 2021  Early bird registration closes

June 5 – 7, 2021  Pre-congress workshops

June 8 – 11, 2021  Terra 2021 13th World Congress on Earthen Architectural Heritage

June 12 – 15, 2021  Post-congress tours

October 31, 2021  Deadline for submission of papers for publication in the Terra 2021 Proceedings

March 2022  Authors notified of paper acceptance

CONTACT INFORMATION

ABSTRACT SUBMISSIONS, REGISTRATION, TRAVEL, TOURS AND HOTEL INQUIRIES:


Melissa Rael

MgR & Associates
PO Box 67585
Albuquerque, NM 87193
Tel: +505 508 2999
Email: Melissa@mgr-events.com

PROGRAM CONTENT:

Leslie Rainer
Senior Project Specialist
Getty Conservation Institute
1200 Getty Center Drive, Suite 700
Los Angeles, CA 90049, USA
Email: Terra2021@getty.edu

 

Lauren Meyer
Program Manager
Vanishing Treasures Program
National Park Service
PO Box 728 
Santa Fe, NM 87504,USA
Email: lauren_meyer@nps.gov

 

Frank Matero
Chair, Graduate Program in Historic Preservation
Stuart Weitzman School of Design
University of Pennsylvania
102 Meyerson Hall
210 South 34th Street 
Philadelphia, PA 19104,USA
Email: fgmatero@design.upenn.edu