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Theory, History, and Ethics of Conservation
Theory, History, and Ethics of Conservation

Theory, History, and Ethics of Conservation

The goal of the Working Group Theory, History, and Ethics of Conservation is to promote research on the theoretical and historical aspects of the conservation profession. This working group is among the few whose members have varied interests and backgrounds rather than a shared focus on a specific material or type of object. Thus the group takes an interdisciplinary approach to issues.

Contact

The Coordinator of the Working Group

Hélia Pereira Marçal

University College London
London, UK
E-mail: h.marcal@ucl.ac.uk

Hélia Pereira Marçal

The Assistant Coordinators

Brian Castriota

New York University
New York City, New York, USA

Patricia Engel

University for Continuing Education, Krems
Krems/Donau, AUSTRIA

Davina Kuh Jakobi

Whaley Historic House Museum
Flint, Michigan, USA

Esther van Duijn

Rijksmuseum
Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS

Ayesha Fuentes

Northumbria University
Newcastle upon Tyne, UK

Deepakshi Sharma

National Rail Museum
New Delhi, INDIA

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