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Protecting the Past 3: Documentation as a Tool for Heritage Protection

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Protecting the Past 3: Documentation as a Tool for Heritage Protection

Protecting the Past 3: Documentation as a Tool for Heritage Protection

Oxford University

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Protecting the Past is the international conference and workshop series organised by the Endangered Archaeology in the Middle East and North Africa (EAMENA) Project in cooperation with regional partners in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region.The heritage of the MENA region is of international importance: the region contains millions of documented and un-documented archaeological sites. Whilst current international attention is focused on conflict damage, the heritage of these regions is at risk from multiple threats including looting, dam inundation, development and expanding agriculture.The purpose of this series is to move beyond describing the threats facing the cultural heritage of the region and focus on understanding them, examining new approaches and projects for heritage protection. It promotes debate and discussion on the range of threats to cultural heritage sites, as well as aiming to to facilitate communication between different groups and enhance regional understanding of the issues. By bringing together different stakeholders, we hope to formulate strategies for the future, aimed at preserving cultural heritage sites and developing long-lasting partnerships within the MENA region.

Latest Episodes

Using the EAMENA methodology to record endangered archaeological sites in Libya

Emhemed Gerjebo talks about their group's projects in the final part on the second day of the conference; Training projects in Heritage documentation: challenges and first results: Libya.

10 MIN2018 FEB 22
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Using the EAMENA methodology to record endangered archaeological sites in Libya

Recording and monitoring archaeological sites through satellite imagery

Dawoud Husayn talks about their group's projects in the final part on the second day of the conference; Training projects in Heritage documentation: challenges and first results: Libya.

7 MIN2018 FEB 22
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Recording and monitoring archaeological sites through satellite imagery

Endangered Archaeological sites in Libya

Tarek Teka talks about their group's projects in the final part on the second day of the conference; Training projects in Heritage documentation: challenges and first results: Libya.

6 MIN2018 FEB 22
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Endangered Archaeological sites in Libya

EAMENA Project: Zama Regia as a case study

Lamia Fersi talks about their group's projects in the final part on the first day of the conference; Training projects in Heritage documentation: challenges and first results - Tunisia.

6 MIN2018 FEB 19
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EAMENA Project: Zama Regia as a case study

L'usage de l'imagerie satellite dans la gestion du patrimoine culturel dans les milieux urbains

Sonia Slim gives a talk her group's projects in the final part on the first day of the conference; Training projects in Heritage documentation: challenges and first results - Tunisia. The use of satellite imagery in the management of cultural heritage in urban settings

11 MIN2018 FEB 19
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L'usage de l'imagerie satellite dans la gestion du patrimoine culturel dans les milieux urbains

Les nouvelles technologies au service du patrimoine. Exemple: EAMENA Project. Comment documenter et protéger notre patrimoine?

Khansa Hannachi talks about his group's projects in the final part on the first day of the conference; Training projects in Heritage documentation: challenges and first results - Tunisia. New technologies at the service of heritage. Example: EAMENA Project. How to document and protect our heritage?

11 MIN2018 FEB 19
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Les nouvelles technologies au service du patrimoine. Exemple: EAMENA Project. Comment documenter et protéger notre patrimoine?

Roundtable discussion: Libya

Chaired by Hafed Walda, discussants; Saleh Abdalha (DoA, Libya), Paul Bennett (Canterbury Trust), Abdulaati Lamin Lamin (DoA, Libya), Mohamed Fakroun (DoA, Libya), Susan Kane (Oberlin), Mustafa Turjman (DoA, Libya)

95 MIN2018 JAN 8
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Roundtable discussion: Libya

Hayet Guettat-Guermazi (Director of Culture, ALECSO)

Hayet Guettat-Guermazi (Director of Culture, ALECSO) gives a talk for the first panel in the third day of the conference.

21 MIN2018 JAN 8
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Hayet Guettat-Guermazi (Director of Culture, ALECSO)

GHF's AMAL in Heritage

Andres Acosta and Soroush Khanlou (GHF) give a talk for the first panel in the third day of the conference, Protecting the past: identifying problems and solutions. AMAL in Heritage is a programme for managing disaster and conflict risks for cultural heritage through a combination of digital tools, training, planning, and community development. Through user-friendly mobile and web applications and a participatory design process with local partners in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region, AMAL builds capacity for both heritage professionals and laypeople to respond to cultural crises proactively. AMAL’s applications are designed for the rapid impact assessment of damaged heritage heritage places, buildings, or artifacts. By collecting data in the immediate aftermath of a disaster, AMAL preserves crucial information that can be used to repair or reconstruct damaged heritage. AMAL in Heritage aims to develop a community of trained and vigilant conservators equipped with cutt...

21 MIN2018 JAN 8
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GHF's AMAL in Heritage

Le patrimoine en danger au Maroc, cas precis et mesures a prendre

Salima Naji and Youssef Bokbot (Institut National des Sciences de l'Archeologie et du Patrimoine, Morocco) give a talk for the first panel on the third day of the conference; Protecting the past: identifying problems and solutions. Moroccan archaeological heritage despite its richness and great diversity, lives under the permanent constraint of destruction and disappearance. This phenomenon of dilapidation of archaeological sites and movable objects has seen in recent decades, a catastrophic upsurge in the Saharan and Pre-Saharan areas. This phenomenon, which began timidly in the 70s of the last century, galloped from the 80s, to cause irreversible damage, especially in rock art sites, pre-Islamic and protohistoric tombs tombs, as well as prehistoric objects . With the major structural projects currently underway in Morocco, in terms of road, rail and port infrastructure, solar energy and wind farms, the degree of danger that has archaeological heritage has reached scandalous propor...

22 MIN2018 JAN 8
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Le patrimoine en danger au Maroc, cas precis et mesures a prendre

Latest Episodes

Using the EAMENA methodology to record endangered archaeological sites in Libya

Emhemed Gerjebo talks about their group's projects in the final part on the second day of the conference; Training projects in Heritage documentation: challenges and first results: Libya.

10 MIN2018 FEB 22
Comments
Using the EAMENA methodology to record endangered archaeological sites in Libya

Recording and monitoring archaeological sites through satellite imagery

Dawoud Husayn talks about their group's projects in the final part on the second day of the conference; Training projects in Heritage documentation: challenges and first results: Libya.

7 MIN2018 FEB 22
Comments
Recording and monitoring archaeological sites through satellite imagery

Endangered Archaeological sites in Libya

Tarek Teka talks about their group's projects in the final part on the second day of the conference; Training projects in Heritage documentation: challenges and first results: Libya.

6 MIN2018 FEB 22
Comments
Endangered Archaeological sites in Libya

EAMENA Project: Zama Regia as a case study

Lamia Fersi talks about their group's projects in the final part on the first day of the conference; Training projects in Heritage documentation: challenges and first results - Tunisia.

6 MIN2018 FEB 19
Comments
EAMENA Project: Zama Regia as a case study

L'usage de l'imagerie satellite dans la gestion du patrimoine culturel dans les milieux urbains

Sonia Slim gives a talk her group's projects in the final part on the first day of the conference; Training projects in Heritage documentation: challenges and first results - Tunisia. The use of satellite imagery in the management of cultural heritage in urban settings

11 MIN2018 FEB 19
Comments
L'usage de l'imagerie satellite dans la gestion du patrimoine culturel dans les milieux urbains

Les nouvelles technologies au service du patrimoine. Exemple: EAMENA Project. Comment documenter et protéger notre patrimoine?

Khansa Hannachi talks about his group's projects in the final part on the first day of the conference; Training projects in Heritage documentation: challenges and first results - Tunisia. New technologies at the service of heritage. Example: EAMENA Project. How to document and protect our heritage?

11 MIN2018 FEB 19
Comments
Les nouvelles technologies au service du patrimoine. Exemple: EAMENA Project. Comment documenter et protéger notre patrimoine?

Roundtable discussion: Libya

Chaired by Hafed Walda, discussants; Saleh Abdalha (DoA, Libya), Paul Bennett (Canterbury Trust), Abdulaati Lamin Lamin (DoA, Libya), Mohamed Fakroun (DoA, Libya), Susan Kane (Oberlin), Mustafa Turjman (DoA, Libya)

95 MIN2018 JAN 8
Comments
Roundtable discussion: Libya

Hayet Guettat-Guermazi (Director of Culture, ALECSO)

Hayet Guettat-Guermazi (Director of Culture, ALECSO) gives a talk for the first panel in the third day of the conference.

21 MIN2018 JAN 8
Comments
Hayet Guettat-Guermazi (Director of Culture, ALECSO)

GHF's AMAL in Heritage

Andres Acosta and Soroush Khanlou (GHF) give a talk for the first panel in the third day of the conference, Protecting the past: identifying problems and solutions. AMAL in Heritage is a programme for managing disaster and conflict risks for cultural heritage through a combination of digital tools, training, planning, and community development. Through user-friendly mobile and web applications and a participatory design process with local partners in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region, AMAL builds capacity for both heritage professionals and laypeople to respond to cultural crises proactively. AMAL’s applications are designed for the rapid impact assessment of damaged heritage heritage places, buildings, or artifacts. By collecting data in the immediate aftermath of a disaster, AMAL preserves crucial information that can be used to repair or reconstruct damaged heritage. AMAL in Heritage aims to develop a community of trained and vigilant conservators equipped with cutt...

21 MIN2018 JAN 8
Comments
GHF's AMAL in Heritage

Le patrimoine en danger au Maroc, cas precis et mesures a prendre

Salima Naji and Youssef Bokbot (Institut National des Sciences de l'Archeologie et du Patrimoine, Morocco) give a talk for the first panel on the third day of the conference; Protecting the past: identifying problems and solutions. Moroccan archaeological heritage despite its richness and great diversity, lives under the permanent constraint of destruction and disappearance. This phenomenon of dilapidation of archaeological sites and movable objects has seen in recent decades, a catastrophic upsurge in the Saharan and Pre-Saharan areas. This phenomenon, which began timidly in the 70s of the last century, galloped from the 80s, to cause irreversible damage, especially in rock art sites, pre-Islamic and protohistoric tombs tombs, as well as prehistoric objects . With the major structural projects currently underway in Morocco, in terms of road, rail and port infrastructure, solar energy and wind farms, the degree of danger that has archaeological heritage has reached scandalous propor...

22 MIN2018 JAN 8
Comments
Le patrimoine en danger au Maroc, cas precis et mesures a prendre
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