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Time honored :a global view of architectural conservation : parameters, theory, & evolution of an ethos /John H. Stubbs ; foreword by Bernard M. Feilden ; with a contribution of images from the photo archive of the World Monuments Fund.

Collection Type
Books
Originator
Stubbs, John H.
World Monuments Fund (New York, N.Y.)
Publication
Hoboken, N.J. : John Wiley & Sons
Contents
Conserving history in changing contexts -- Introduction -- What is architectural conservation? -- What do we conserve? -- Why conserve buildings and sites? -- Who owns the past? -- History, historiography, and architectural conservation -- Problems, principles, and process -- Perils to built heritage -- Options for involvement -- Principles, charters, and ethics -- The conservation process -- Participants in architectural conservation -- Conservation of the built environment: an enduring concern -- Prehistory through the fourteenth century -- Fifteenth through the eighteenth centuries -- The forging of a discipline: the late eighteenth to early twentieth centuries -- Contemporary architectural conservation practice -- International activities and cooperation -- A multidimensional field for the twenty-first century -- A summary global tour of contemporary practice: challenges and solutions -- The past in the future.
Date
c2009.
Description
xiii, 434 p. : ill. ; 29 cm.
Notes
Complimentary copy, 2009.
Includes bibliographical references (p. [405]-416) and index.
ISBN
0470260491 (cloth)
9780470260494 (cloth)
GUSN
244031
Call Number
Stacks NA105.S79 2009
Descriptive terms
Architecture Conservation and restoration.
Architektur.
Baudenkmal.
Denkmalpflege.
Historic preservation Philosophy.
Konservierung.
Kulturerbe.

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