Miguel Alvarez Areces
Participe à 1 Session
Miguel Angel Alvarez Areces [email@example.com](mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org) Degree in Economics from the University of Santiago de Compostela (1977). He developed his professional career in Asturias, in private companies, also in the Local Administration and since 1982 he worked in HUNOSA (Hulleras del Norte SA.), being the Heritage Director of this coal mining company, owned by the National Institute of Industry (I.N.I.) of the Spanish State. He is currently retired. Founding partner in 1999 and President of INCUNA (Industry, Culture and Nature) [www.incuna.es](http://www.incuna.es) He is one of the founding partners and honorary member of the International Committee for the Conservation of Industrial Heritage TICCIH in Spain, being president from 2004 to 2019, at present he is a member of its Board of Directors [www.ticcih.es](http://www.ticcih.es) President of the organizing committee of the International Conference of Industrial Heritage of INCUNA, this year 2021 they celebrate their 23rd edition. Director of the magazine Ábaco de cultura y ciencias sociales [www.revista-abaco.com](http://www.revista-abaco.com) and Editor of the CICEES collections [www.cicees.com](http://www.cicees.com) "Eyes of memory”; "The recovered heritage"; or "The word machine” dedicated to cultural and industrial heritage, tourism, history and urban management. Member of the Follow-up Commission of the Spanish National Plan for Industrial Heritage (IPCE_MECD) and member of several international networks on heritage, cultural landscapes and citymarketing in Europe and America. Director of projects such as: "The paths of silver in Spain and América" (2006/2007), first international award for civil associations "We are heritage 2008" by the Andrés Bello Convention; director of the study on "The state of protection of Industrial Heritage in Spain (IPCE, 2012); director of the program "Mining Landscape in Spain" (MECD 2013). He is currently director of the project "Azabache Cultures" intangible heritage and Jacobean Way 2021” sponsored by the Ministry of Culture of Spain. Author of articles and publications, author or co-author of books, especially on history, economics, energy, industrial heritage, regional development, environmental economics, tourism or cultural economics. He is currently working on the development of the CIRPI-INCUNALab, International Reference Center for Industrial Heritage, documentation center and laboratory for creative industries at the Centro Municipal de Empresas - Gijón Impulsa, former CRISTASA glass factory in Gijón (Spain)
Sessions auxquelles Miguel Alvarez Areces participe
- From black to green, the Spanish mining landscapes : memory and resignification before the European Green Deal UQAM, pavillon J.-A. De Sève (DS) - DS-1420
- Conférencier.ère Miguel Alvarez Areces |
- 11:00 AM - 11:20 AM | 20 minutes Partie de: Explorations in the Preservation of Coal Mining Heritage Areas I
- Coal mining had a splendid past in Spain and Europe, it has been fundamental in its economy and industrial development. The mining communities stil...