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UCL ISH doctoral students presented at the prestigious ICCPR 2016 in South Korea

UCL ISH doctoral students presented at the prestigious ICCPR 2016 in South Korea

01 August 2016

Tuchung Liu and Dimitra Kizlari presented their work at the International Conference on Cultural Policy Research held between 5-9 July in Seoul, South Korea. The main function of the International Conference on Cultural ...
SEAHA Student Carolien Coon Interviewed By BBC Science Radio

SEAHA Student Carolien Coon Interviewed By BBC Science Radio

28 July 2016

Carolien Coon, a SEAHA Phd student had first-hand experience of the benefits of disseminating research through the right channels and how this can lead to further opportunity to reach a wider audience and ...
SEAHA PhD student wins poster award at Cultural Heritage Conference

SEAHA PhD student wins poster award at Cultural Heritage Conference

12 July 2016

SEAHA PhD student Cecilia Bembibre’s poster on volatile organic compounds in museums, presenting research on the significance of smell as part of the heritage experience, was awarded the first prize at the ...
Congratulations to UCL ISH’s Dr Kalliopi Fouseki who is promoted to Senior Lecturer in Sustainable Heritage

Congratulations to UCL ISH’s Dr Kalliopi Fouseki who is promoted to Senior Lecturer in Sustainable Heritage


During the most recent round of Senior Academic, Research and Teaching Fellow Promotions, UCL ISH’s Dr Kalliopi Fouseki was promoted to Senior Lecturer in Sustainable Heritage. The promotion will take effect from ...
UK vote to leave EU: UCL statement

UK vote to leave EU: UCL statement

A statement has been released from UCL President & Provost, Professor Michael Arthur following the UK's decision to leave the EU:

UCL ISH MSc Sustainable Heritage student interviewed for IHBC magazine

UCL Institute for Sustainable Heritage student Carla Pianese was interviewed recently for Context, the magazine for the Institute for Historic Building Conservation (IHBC).  Carla has been working as the IHBC’s branch and ...

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Welcome to our events round up 2015/16

Welcome to our events round up 2015/16

08 June - 20 October 2016

UCL ISH May 2016 Guest Lecture: ''Material Knowledge" Jo Volley, Slade School of Art, UCL 

UCL ISH May 2016 Guest Lecture: ''Material Knowledge" Jo Volley, Slade School of Art, UCL 

19 May 2016

Material Knowledge will focus on the Slade Material Research Project and explore the relationship between the understanding of materials and craftsmanship and their implications in aesthetic decision. The conservation and archiving of our ...
UCL ISH April Guest Lecture: Boris Pretzel (V&A) 'Contradictions in Conservation'

UCL ISH April Guest Lecture: Boris Pretzel (V&A) 'Contradictions in Conservation'

21 April 2016

UCL ISH request the pleasure of your company to a lecture to be delivered by Boris Pretzel, Head of Science, Conservation and Collections Management, Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A). The title of ...
UCL ISH March Guest Lecture: Julian Bowsher, MOLA, 'Sustaining Shakespeare’s Stages'

UCL ISH March Guest Lecture: Julian Bowsher, MOLA, 'Sustaining Shakespeare’s Stages'

17 March 2016

UCL ISH February Guest Lecture: Simon Cane, Director of Public and Cultural Engagement (UCL PACE) 'Conservation Future Challenges –Redux!'

UCL ISH February Guest Lecture: Simon Cane, Director of Public and Cultural Engagement (UCL PACE) 'Conservation Future Challenges –Redux!'

18 February 2016

In 1998 English Heritage called together a group of leaders from the conservation sector, cultural thinkers and early career conservators to consider the future of conservation. Simon Cane was one of those early ...

UCL ISH Guest Lecture January 2016: Prof Norman MacLeod (NHM) "Setting the Modern Biodiversity Crisis in Context"

21 January 2016

With its biblical overtones the phenomenon of extinction has intrigued and puzzled religious leaders, philosophers and scientists for millennia. In the 1800s direct evidence from the fossil record made it clear that the ...