Current Condition, Relevance, Planning and Design of Vernacular Settlements in Leh-Ladakh

Theme: Built Vernacular Heritage “Earthen Architecture and Interpretation of Rural Internal Design” By Ms. Madhura Sham JoshiHeritageForAll Intern (Call 2019) from Mumbai, IndiaInternship Program “Rural Heritage and Traditional Food”M.A. in International Architectural Regeneration and Development, Oxford Brookes University (UK) —————————————– Introduction Leh-Ladakh is internationally one of the highest cold desert landscape/region with inhabited terrain. Leh-LadakhContinue reading “Current Condition, Relevance, Planning and Design of Vernacular Settlements in Leh-Ladakh”

Sustainable Ecotourism in UNESCO WHS “Sundarbans Mangrove Forest”

Theme: Rural Development and Tourism by Ms. Reema IslamHeritageForAll Intern (Call 2019) from Dhaka, BangladeshInternship Program “Rural Heritage and Traditional Food”M.A. in Heritage Management, Kent University (UK) and Athens University of Economics and Business ————————————— Introduction: Bangladesh is not a well-known as a tourism attraction while there is few people who rank it and encourageContinue reading “Sustainable Ecotourism in UNESCO WHS “Sundarbans Mangrove Forest””

Cappadocia and its Rural Landscape

Theme: Revitalization of Rural Heritage Landscapes by Ms. Münire Nurgül BüyükgüllüHeritageForAll Intern (Call 2019) from Istanbul, TurkeyInternship Program “Rural Heritage and Traditional Food”Masters Candidate in Restoration (Conservation) program, Istanbul Technical University (ITU) ———————– Abstract Revitalization can be considered as one of the important aspects of rural heritage. It affects both the local people, the builtContinue reading “Cappadocia and its Rural Landscape”

Climatic Influences on Vernacular Architecture: a Case Study on the Himalayan Hill State “Himachal”

Theme: Built Vernacular Heritage “Earthen Architecture and Interpretation of Rural Internal Design” by Ms. Barjesh KumariHeritageForAll Intern (Call 2019) from Bilaspur, IndiaInternship Program “Rural Heritage and Traditional Food”M.A. in Tourism Administration, Himachal Pradesh University ————————— Abstract Himachal is a beautiful Himalayan hill state in North India. Its land-form varies from high Himalayas to foothills. ThereContinue reading “Climatic Influences on Vernacular Architecture: a Case Study on the Himalayan Hill State “Himachal””

Pride and Ambivalence: Food Heritage and Rural Identities among Young Generations in Estonia and China

Theme: The Cultural Significance of Rural Identity to the Upcoming Generations by Ms. Siyun WuHeritageForAll Intern (Call 2019) from Beijing, China and lives in Leiden, NetherlandsInternship Program “Rural Heritage and Traditional Food”PhD candidate in the Music Heritage and Citizenship in Estonia, Leiden University ————————- Abstract Drawing from the author’s ethnographic fieldwork in two small places,Continue reading “Pride and Ambivalence: Food Heritage and Rural Identities among Young Generations in Estonia and China”

Contextualizing the Folk History of Rural Estonians in Present Times

Theme: The Cultural Significance of Rural Identity to the Upcoming Generations by Ms. Nichole Michelle WeimerHeritageForAll Intern (Call 2019) from Hawaii, USA and lives in Tartu, EstoniaInternship Program “Rural Heritage and Traditional Food”M.A. candidate in Folkloristics and Applied Heritage Studies Program, Tartu University ——————— Abstract: This article delves into how rural identity, specifically in Estonia,Continue reading “Contextualizing the Folk History of Rural Estonians in Present Times”

Mural Paintings of Jammu: a Walk through Radhey Shyam (Billu) Temple

Theme: Heritage Preservation and Rural Communities By Ms. Sukanya SharmaHeritageForAll Intern (Call 2019) from New Delhi , IndiaInternship Program “Rural Heritage and Traditional Food”Bachelors in Architecture, School of Built Environment and Design, Lingayas University —————————– Abstract: Mural art becomes popular in the Dogra region along with the miniature painting. In all probability, wall painting wasContinue reading “Mural Paintings of Jammu: a Walk through Radhey Shyam (Billu) Temple”

Rural Architecture, Vernacular Heritage, Art, Culture, Food of Hodka Village, Rann of Kutch

Theme: Heritage Preservation and Rural Communities By Ms. Madhura Sham JoshiHeritageForAll Intern (Call 2019) from Mumbai, IndiaInternship Program “Rural Heritage and Traditional Food”M.A. in International Architectural Regeneration and Development, Oxford Brookes University (UK) ————————————- Abstract: Article aims at highlighting a perspective of the rural vernacular architecture, rituals, cultural and natural heritage of Hodka village throughContinue reading “Rural Architecture, Vernacular Heritage, Art, Culture, Food of Hodka Village, Rann of Kutch”

Carob as a Cultural Product and Its Heritage Significance

Theme: Documentation of Intangible Rural Traditions and Practices by Ms. Reema IslamHeritageForAll Intern (Call 2019) from Dhaka, BangladeshInternship Program “Rural Heritage and Traditional Food”M.A. in Heritage Management, Kent University (UK) and Athens University of Economics and Business ————————————— Abstract The carob bean trade was one of the most sought products around the Mediterranean.It derived fromContinue reading “Carob as a Cultural Product and Its Heritage Significance”

Archaeological and Rural Heritage Coexistence: a Case Study on Ancient City “Geyre”, Aphrodisias

Theme: Management of Tangible Rural Heritage by Ms. Münire Nurgül BüyükgüllüHeritageForAll Intern (Call 2019) from Istanbul, TurkeyInternship Program “Rural Heritage and Traditional Food”Masters Candidate in Restoration (Conservation) program, Istanbul Technical University (ITU) ————————————————– Abstract The coexistence of different types of heritage is a significant subject. Especially, when it is the coexistence of architectural and ruralContinue reading “Archaeological and Rural Heritage Coexistence: a Case Study on Ancient City “Geyre”, Aphrodisias”