|University Teaching |
Universities in the United Kingdom, including:
• Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art (University of Dundee) post-graduate European Urban Conservation Course
• Institute of Advanced Architectural Studies (University of York)
• ‘Cities in Transition’ series, Edinburgh College of Art (Heriot Watt University)
• ‘Master Classes’, University of Edinburgh (Scottish Centre for Conservation Studies)
• University of Cambridge, Departments of Archaeology and Engineering
Universities across continental Europe and beyond, including:
• IULM University of Languages and Communication, Milan
• Politecnico di Milano
• University of Bologna
• Brandenburg Technical University, Cottbus
• Bilkent University, Ankara
• Middle East Technical University, Ankara.
Mentoring Masters and PhD candidates
Including candidates from the following countries:
• Russia Federation
• United Kingdom
• United States of America
Training courses and capacity-building
• Vilnius, Lithuania (May through June 1999; for UNESCO): coordination and authorisation of internationally funded capacity-building programme for professionals and administrators together with technical advice.
• Bucharest and Sinaia, Romania (December 2004 through March 2005; for the British Council Romania): design and leadership of winter school for representatives of non-governmental organisations in a broadly defined cultural heritage sector, coordinating their activities with those of the Romanian Ministry of Culture through its ministers and officials, and the selection of projects for support funding.
• Zamość, Poland (August through September 2007; for the Polish National Commission to UNESCO together with the City of Zamość): design and leadership of summer school for inter-disciplinary young academics and professionals in the cultural heritage sector.
• Glasgow, Scotland (January through March 2014: in collaboration with Glasgow Museums): speaker and discussant in seminar series 'Burrell Collection Architectural Fragments Survey & Recording Project'.
• Curonian Spit, Nida, Lithuania (September 2015; for the Lithuanian National Commission for UNESCO): presenter, animator and discussant at the workshop 'Capacity Building Training in Communication and Management of Trans-Boundary Properties'.
• Buyeo, Republic of Korea (October 2010; for the 2010 Great Baekje World Festival); participant in the International Symposium 'World Historic City, World Tourism and Festival, World Cultural Heritage and Conservation' preparatory to the nomination and inscription of Baekje Historic Areas in the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2015.
Buyeo Cultural Land, Korea
• Plovdiv, Bulgaria (February 2012; for the Plovdiv 2019 Foundation and Plovdiv Municipality); participant in the workshop to formulate and promote Plovdiv's (successful) candidature for European Capital of Culture 2019.
• Niasvizh/Nesvizh, Belarus (May 2012; for the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Belarus, National Commission of the Republic of Belarus for UNESCO, and Niasvizh National History and Culture Museum-Reserve): participant in the international workshop 'world Heritage Properties: Conservation and Use for Sustainable Development'.
Niasvizh Castle and Park, Belarus
• Charleston, South Carolina, USA (August 2015; for the Charleston World Heritage Coalition): participant in the international workshop to define and promote the Outstanding Universal Value for 'Carolina Gold: Plantation Culture of the Charleston Lowcountry'.
Drayton Hall, South Carolina
• Zollverein Coal Mine Industrial Complex, Essen, Germany (January 2018; for the Foundation Zollverein, and Humboldt University, Berlin): participant in the international workshop 'Urban Development and UNESCO World Heritage'.
Zollverein, Essen, Germany