Industrial landscape: a resilient palimpsest of memory I
This session brings together a set of studies focused on the uses adaptative reuses (and even replications) of industrial heritage in the larger context of its urban and social landscapes. Urban industrial memory, its social and territorial impacts, as well as its conservation and promotion, will be discussed from a variety of case studies ranging from Central and Southern Europe to Turkey, China and North America. The interdisciplinary approaches underlying each of the studies will also be discussed, from the methodology of the archaeology of industrialization to new interpretive perspectives based, for example, on documentary archaeology or the geographic information systems.
- Awakening urban heritage and retaining urban memory: heritage memory reconstruction under the rew urban policy
- Speaker Shuyi Li (Nanjing University of Science & Technology)
- 20 minutes | 9:30 AM - 9:50 AM Part of: Industrial landscape: a resilient palimpsest of memory I
- Ruin/Relic/Replica: Naming and speaking of the remains of industry
- Speaker Steven Walton (Michigan Technological University)
- 20 minutes | 10:00 AM -10:20 AM Part of: Industrial landscape: a resilient palimpsest of memory I