Palmer, Marilyn and Peter Neaverson

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Industrial heritage: use and re-use, 7,5 credits
Course on advanced level
Reading list
To be subject for yearly revision
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The Nizhny Tagil Charter for the Industrial Heritage. The International Committee for the
Conservation of the Industrial Heritage (TICCIH), July, 2003.
http://www.mnactec.cat/ticcih/industrial_heritage.htm
INDUSTRIALIZATION: THE SWEDISH CASE
Industrialismens tid. Ekonomisk-historiska perspektiv på svensk industriell omvandling under
200 år. Red.: Maths Isacson & Mats Morell. Stockholm: SNS Förlag, 2002.
ISBN 9171508716
Isacsson, Maths (2007). Industrisamhället Sverige: arbete, idela och kulturarv. Lund:
Studentlitteratur. ISBN 9144045360
Further reading: Industrialization
Cameron, Rondo (2002). A Concise Economic History of the World. From Paleolithic Times
to the Present. USA: OUP. ISBN 0195127056
(To be completed when necessary [by student] with relevant corresponding literature on
other countries industrial development)
IDENTIFYING AND RECORDING INDUSTRIAL HERITAGE
Palmer, Marilyn and Peter Neaverson. (1998) Industrial Archaeology. Principles and Practice.
Routledge. ISBN 0-203-02299-8
Perspectives in industrial archaeology. (2000) Edited by Neil Cossons. London: Science
museum. ISBN 1-900747-31-6
Further reading; Identifying and recording industrial heritage
Managing the industrial heritage. Its identification, recording and management. Proceedings
of a seminar held at Leicester University in July 1994 / edited by Marilyn Palmer and Peter
Neaverson. Leicester Archaeology Monographs ; 2 Leicester : School of Archaeological
Studies, University of Leicester.
Stratton Michael and Barrie Trinder (2000) Twentieth century industrial archaeology.
London: E & FN Spon. ISBN 0-419-24680-0
The Blackwell encyclopedia of industrial archaeology. (1992) Edited by Barrie Trinder.
Oxford: Blackwell. ISBN 0-631-14216-9
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INDUSTRIAL HERITAGE IN CONTEMPORARY SOCIETAL CONTEXT
Edensor, Tim (2005) Industrial ruins. Spaces, aesthetics, and materiality. Oxford: Berg. ISBN
1-84520-076-4
Industrial archaeology. Future directions (2005) Edited by Eleanor Conlin Casella, James
Symonds. Boston, MA: Springer Science + Business Media, Inc. ISBN 978-0-387-22608-8
Industrial heritage as a force in a democratic society. (2001) Conference May 2001. Edited by
Helena Westin. Stockholm: National Heritage Board. ISBN 91-7209-222-X
Industrihistoriska kulturarv i regional utveckling – sociala och ekonomiska aspekter.
Konferens för kunskapsutveckling och nätverksbygge. Rapport från Riksantikvarieämbetet
2007:4. Stockholm: Riksantikvarieämbetet. ISBN 978-91-7209-468-0
Storm, Anna (2008) Hope and rust. Reinterpreting the industrial place in the late 20th century.
Stockholm: Division of History of Science and Technology, Royal Institute of Technology,
KTH. ISBN 978-91-7178-855-9
William, Robert (2008) Industrial cool. Om postindustriella fabriker. Lund: Humanistiska
fakulteten, Lunds universitet. ISBN 978-91-976434-1-2
Further reading: Industrial heritage in contemporary societal context
EHHF (2009) Statement on the heritage stimulus in a time of economic recession. European
Heritage Heads Forum (PDF)
Greffe, Xavier (2004) “Is heritage an asset or a liability?” In: Journal of Cultural Heritage
5:2004 (PDF
Industrial buildings. Conservation and regeneration (2000) Edited by Michael Stratton.
London: E & FN Spon. ISBN 0-419-23630-9
Kennedy, Neil and Nigel Kingcome (1998) “Disneyfication of Cornwall – developing a
poldark heritage complex”. In: International Journal of Heritage Studies, 4:1.
Palmer, Marilyn and Peter Neaverson, eds. (2001) From industrial revolution to consumer
revolution. International perspectives on the archaeology of industrialisation. The
International Committee for the conservation of the industrial heritage (TICCIH), Millenium
congress, London, 2000. London: Association for Industrial Archaeology. ISBN 1-90265363-7
Schiffer S. T. R. (2005) Revitalizing obsolete inner industrial areas as an alternative to
peripheral urban growth. City & Time 1 (3): 4. [online] http://www.ct.ceci-br.org
HERITAGE
Ashworth, Gregory, Brian Graham, John Tunbridge (2007) Pluralising Pasts. Heritage,
identity and place in multicultural societies. Pluto Press
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The construction of built heritage. A North European perspective on policies, practices and
outcomes. Edited by Angela Phelps, Greg Ashworth, Bengt O. H. Johansson. Aldershot:
Ashgate 2002. ISBN 0-7546-1846-3
Further reading: Heritage
Graham, Brian, Greg Ashworth, John Tunbridge (2000) Geography of heritage. Power,
culture and economy. Hodder Education.
Jörnmark, Jan (2008) Övergivna platser. 2. Lund: Historiska media. ISBN 978-91-85873-36-4
EXAMPLES
TICCIH National reports 2009. National Reports on Industrial Heritage – the Current
Situation Worldwide. Freiberg: Sächsisches Industrimuseum & IWTG/TU Bergakademie
Freiberg. ISBN 9783934512207
Internationale Bauausstellung Fürst-Pückler-Land. http://www.iba-see.de/en/index.html
The Ironbridge Gorge Museum. http://www.ironbridge.org.uk/
Schreckenbach, Claudia & Christel Teschner (u.å.). IBA Emscher Park – a beacon approach,
dealing with shrinking cities in Germany.
http://www.cudc.kent.edu/d-Service-Learning/Mahoning/Emscher.pdf
The New York high line. http://www.thehighline.org/
Gunkanjima. http://www.ne.jp/asahi/saiga/yuji/gallary/menu-e.html
Memorial for the victims of the Bhopal gas tragedy. New Delhi: Space Matters
http://bhopalmemorial.blogspot.com/
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