Cultural Heritage: Management/Protection/Restoration

Conservation science in Cultural Heritage 20/2020

Quaderni di Scienza della Conservazione

Conservation Science in Cultural Heritage, 20
2021, 334 pp., 149 ill. b/n
Paperback, 17 x 24 cm
ISBN: 9788891321756
ISSN: 1974-4951
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    The key word for any change is "fear": the oldest feeling in the world that triggers social action, in other words, withdrawal, the decision to not go forward with change, either because of the inability or the impossibility of following a new path. But it is also true that social behaviour can take a different direction and that is what made us take an alternative, even surprising direction, in that it exceeded the threshold of the norm, the unknown. As if the emotional component, repressed by what had always been handed on from the past and, therefore, accepted supinely and passively, had received an impulse for a change in direction. This was the birth of the Journal “Quaderni di Scienza della Conservazione” which was later to become “Conservation Science in Cultural Heritage”.

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    Salvatore Lorusso, Mauro Mantovani
    Interdisciplinarity, ethics and territorial planning
    Salvatore Lorusso, Lucio Colizzi
    A multidisciplinary study of the Tongerlo Last Supper and its attribution to Leonardo da Vinci’s Second Milanese studio
    Jean-Pierre Isbouts, Christopher Brown
    Conservation and reassessment of an overlooked skeletal collection preserved since 1901 at the Museum of Anthropology “G. Sergi”, Rome
    Ileana Micarelli, Robert R. Paine, Mary Anne Tafuri, M. Elisabetta Aloisi Masella, Giorgio Manzi
    Effect of five essential oils as green disinfectants on selected photographic prints: experimental study
    Maha Ali
    Deformed statues of Ramses II: a study of disruptive restorations in Egypt in the 21st century
    Sara A. Abdoh
    From site survey to HBIM model for the documentation of historic buildings: a case study of Hexinwu village in China
    Guiye Lin, Kun Sang, Andrea Giordano
    Tourists’ attitude towards cultural heritage and their willingness to pay to visit: a case study of Lahore, Pakistan
    Muhammad Hassan Mahboob, Muhammad Ashfaq, Rao Aamir Khan, Yasir Kamal, Asad Afzal Humayon
    Environment, nutrition, culture: Covid 19
    Pier Giorgio Tupini
    Mutation of the seaside architecture in Algeria and its impact on coastal landspace. A case study: Ain El Turc, Algeria
    Mohamed Tewfik Bouroumi, Malika Kacemi, Lamia Khadidja Beghdoud
    Weathering of outdoor beech wood and methods of conservation
    Mahmoud Ali
    Bebegig sukamantri: astral Sunda heritage in indonesia
    Edi Setiadi Putra, Rosa Karnita
    An interdisciplinary approach for the historical and technical characterization of medieval and modern mortars
    Daniela Esposito, Aida Maria Conte, Laura Corda, Elisabetta Giorgi
    Transmission of traditions in the transformation of the traditional Balinese house
    I Dewa Gede Agung Diasana Putra
    Dabkeh Al Djoufieh: exploring the sustainability of Jordanian folklore
    Tsonka Al Bakri, Mohammed Mallah
    Tourist activity of skansens in the system of intangible cultural heritage
    Stepan Dychkovskyy, Larysa Liashenko
    Andiriposi’ and its function in traditional houses in Pitu Ulunna Salu, Mamasa Regency, Indonesia
    Mithen Lullulangi, Raeny Tenriola, Onesimus Sampebua’
    The adaptive reuse of castles in tourism and settlement development – primary impact assessment of Somogy County’s castle hotels, Hungary
    Judit Péterfi
    Multi-level characterization of microbial consortia involved in the biodeterioration of wooden and stone Romanian heritage churches
    Irina Gheorghe, Ionela Sârbu, Ionut Pecete, Ion Blăjan, Irina Balotescu
    Virus, art and faith: how to respond to COVID 19 (COronaVIrus Disease 2019)
    Salvatore Lorusso, Mauro Mantovani, Lucio Colizzi

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