The diversity of conservation: international case studies - Rand Eppich
Within the Course Planning for Heritage, international experts bring insights on methodologies and practices of knowledge, management and enhancement of urban and landscape heritage.
Elisa Palazzo (UNSW Sydney) and Rand Eppich (independent consultant, after spending 13 years at the Getty Conservation Institute). They will present their applied experiences of heritage conservation, which include assignments for the UNESCO, World Bank, UNDP, OSCE, EU, the World Monuments Fund, among others.
- 25 May h. 15:00-16:00 The diversity of conservation - international case studies, Rand Eppich
Conservation architect, researcher, and manager. MBA from UCLA; Ph.D. on social-economic development utilizing cultural heritage from UPM. Rand spent 13 years at the Getty Conservation Institute as Senior Project Manager and has lectured at the British Museum, the University of Pennslyvania , the University of Navarra, KU Leuven, the American University RAK, ATHAR, ICCROM, UCLA, and METU. His work includes assignments for the World Bank, UNDP, OSCE, EU, European Regional Development Fund, Inter-American Development Bank, the World Monuments Fund, and the Global Heritage Fund
Planning for Heritage Lecture Series is organized within the MSc in Territorial, Urban, Environmental and Landscape Planning - “Planning for the Global Urban Agenda” Curriculum.
These lectures also address to the students of the Post-Graduate School of Architectural Heritage and Landscape.
Conveners: Claudia Cassatella, Mauro Volpiano
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