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Oaxaca Vernacular Settlements: Families-based Regional BioCultural Identity and the Shared Spaces

Title: Oaxaca Vernacular Settlements: Families-based Regional BioCultural Identity and the Shared Spaces Theme: Architectural Heritage and Interpretation of Cultural Practices Ms. Nohema-Cassandra Ruíz Gómez (Mexico City, Mexico) M.Sc Student in Structural Analysis of Monuments and Historical Constructions (SAHC) at Minho University, Portugal HeritageForAll International Internship Program 2021 “Musealization of Cultural Identity” Abstract An article aimsContinue reading “Oaxaca Vernacular Settlements: Families-based Regional BioCultural Identity and the Shared Spaces”

Investigating Diversified Traditional Textile-based Architectural Style in Panam Nagar, Sonargaon

Title: Investigating Diversified Traditional Textile-based Architectural Styles of Panam Nagar, Sonargaon Theme: Architectural Heritage and Interpretation of Cultural Practices Ms. Humaira Tabassum (Chittagong, Bangladesh) M.A. Student in Heritage Conservation and Site Management at BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg, Germany HeritageForAll International Internship Program 2021 “Musealization of Cultural Identity” Abstract Bangladesh, in its ancient times, was a very reputedContinue reading “Investigating Diversified Traditional Textile-based Architectural Style in Panam Nagar, Sonargaon”

Traditional Clay Craft of Larkana Community: Transformation, Challenges, and Opportunities

Title: Traditional Clay Craft of Larkana Community: Transformation, Challenges, and Opportunities Theme: Cultural Products, Food, Crafts: Know-how Transformation and Consumption Theory Mr. Mehar Ali (Thari Mirwah – Khairpur Mirs’ Sindh, Pakistan) M.Phil Student in Archaeology at Taxila Institute of Asian Civilizations Quaid-e Azam Uni. (Islamabad, Pakistan) HeritageForAll International Internship Program 2021 “Musealization of Cultural Identity”Continue reading “Traditional Clay Craft of Larkana Community: Transformation, Challenges, and Opportunities”

Socio-economic Spatials: Interlinking Buldan Vernacular Settlements and Weaving Craftsmanship

Title: Socio-economic Spatials: Interlinking Buldan Vernacular Settlements and Weaving Craftsmanship Theme: Socio-economic Management and Interlinking the Tangible and Intangible Heritage Ms. Şizen Türkal (Istanbul, Turkey) M.Sc Student in Restoration at Istanbul Technical Uni., Turkey HeritageForAll International Internship Program 2021 “Musealization of Cultural Identity” Abstract The weaving craft-based traditions , which had been generated around 1500Continue reading “Socio-economic Spatials: Interlinking Buldan Vernacular Settlements and Weaving Craftsmanship”

Local Tourism .. Few Visitors .. More Revenues

HeritageForAll – Global Collaborations Program 2020 By Mr. Mohamed Badry – the Founder In April 2020, Mr. Doug Lansky – Tourism Advisor in the Netherlands – shares his overview through YouTube (https://youtu.be/LJcXnTvppsc) indicating that the principles of the tourism market overall will be totally changed. He refers that in the upcoming months, the tourism marketContinue reading “Local Tourism .. Few Visitors .. More Revenues”

Outcomes of Workshop “How to Market the Heritage Value?” at Goethe Institute-Alexandria (2017)

A three days intensive training workshop “How to Market the Heritage Value?” had been done under the supervision of Mr. Mohamed Badry – Heritage Management Professional (M.A. in Heritage Conservation & Site Management) & “HeritageForAll” initiative founder – with a sponsorship of Goethe Institute-Alexandria, the support of Œcumene Studio, in partnership with Ministry of AntiquitiesContinue reading “Outcomes of Workshop “How to Market the Heritage Value?” at Goethe Institute-Alexandria (2017)”

Social Media Impacts on Cultural and Natural Heritage Sites

HeritageForAll Initiative – Global Collaborations Program (2021) By Ms. Anđela Šormaz* & Dr. Engelbert Ruoss** * Product Design Consultant & Social Media Strategist at People Are Culture; Research Project Assistant at Innoreg.ch; Researcher & Project Assistant at UNESCO Chair USI; MA in International Tourism at USI Università della Svizzera Italiana; BA in Economics at BeogradskaContinue reading “Social Media Impacts on Cultural and Natural Heritage Sites”

​GOUNESCOnference – First ever Heritage Convention on Facebook

To watch the videos, you can click here GoUNESCOnfernce – Heritage Convention / Session 3: UNESCO Site Management and Marketing Heritage Expert Mr. Mohamed Badry (Friday 26 May 2017) Why does heritage conservation be so important?  The significant or importance of expression “Heritage Conservation” is divided from its definition in the Nara Document of Authenticity / AppendixContinue reading “​GOUNESCOnference – First ever Heritage Convention on Facebook”

Ancient Memphis: Human-induced Impact Assessment

HeritageForAll Initiative – Global Collaboration Program (2018) By Mr. Mohamed Badry & Mr. Mohamed Abdallah Hassan Amer, M. & Hassan, M. (2014). Ancient Memphis: Human-induced Impact Assessment. the Joint Master in Heritage Conservation and Site Management / Module: Heritage-Impact Assessment, BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg. Introduction Mit Rahina is considered an adequate archaeological site for implementing Heritage ImpactContinue reading “Ancient Memphis: Human-induced Impact Assessment”

Workshop “Urban Architectural Heritage and Social Interaction” Rashid – Open Air Museum (4- 8 October 2017)

Heritage city is permanently defined by its urban planning and architectural and artistic styles. Respectively, this plan contributes indirectly to the social interaction including customs, inhabits, commercial activities, and so on. Social and cultural attitude has an effective impact on the heritage constructions. Often, the governmental entities responsible for the local community requirements (needs & wants).Continue reading “Workshop “Urban Architectural Heritage and Social Interaction” Rashid – Open Air Museum (4- 8 October 2017)”

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