Volume 4 (1) 2015
IJHSD_2012

Editor-in-Chief:
Sérgio Lira
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  Editorial
Sérgio Lira
5
  Ancient theatres as landscape elements: a classification of modern implementations in Roman theatres of Iberian Peninsula
Z. Aktüre
7-21
 

Using sustainability indicators for Urban Heritage management: a review of 25 case studies
É. Berthold, J. Rajaonson &G. A. Tanguay

23-34
 

Recollecting the past in historic mines: Guido and the Big Pit
M. Buchczyk

35-42
  Rethinking the geographical concepts of “post”modern (eco)museology: Spatial trends and challenges for the Brazilian ecomuseums and community museums
D. S. Cardoso
43-55
  Owning memories: a tale of two cities
A. Catalani & P. Panas
57-65
  The rented bride: Puccini’s Madama commoditization of women in Opera
B. Cooke
67-74
  The “restitution” of the castle of Colloredo di Monte Albano (Udine, Italy)
G. Cristinelli & V. Foramitti
75-87
  Visualizing the intangible: conceptualizing audio-visual Media and the representation of Intangible Heritage
S. Erlewein
89-96
  Conservation of Intangible Cultural Heritage in formal curriculum of Hong Kong: from cultural space to learning space
N. Fu Ping, C. Y. Yan
97-105
  Evaluating built environments through a socio-cultural approach. The case of the narrow gauge railway stations, VästraGötaland (Sweden)
J. A. García-Esparza
107-115
  Cultural Routes/Serial Entities: a method for assessing and prioritizing the significance of components along Historic Railways
A. Har-Noy Technion & R. Liberty-Shalev
117-127
  The folk and oral roots of the Portuguese «Livro de São Cipriano»
J. V. Leitão
129-139
  Interpretation and preservation of archeological sites from their building construction techniques. The case study of S. Maria in Portuno in Italy
E. Quagliarini, S. Lenci, F. Bondioli, G. Lepore & M. Zaccaria
141-147
  Integrating Intangible Cultural Heritage elements and learning strategy: a case study
C. E. M. Ruyembe
149-157
  Sustainable conservation and the inherent qualities of the traditional community in Taos Pueblo in the United States of America
A. A. Tawab
159-171
  The demolition of the restaurant inside Queen’s Fort of Tarragona (Spain)
J. M. Toldrà Domingo, I. Teixell, P. Solà-Morales Serra, A. Costa & R. Casals
173-181
  Assessment of the stability conditions of an ancient stone masonry tower
G. Vasconcelos, F. M. Fernandes, C. Alves & L. F. Ramos
183-191
  Sound Museum of Istanbul
P. Ç. Yelmi
193-200
  Analysis of traditional building techniques and damage assessment of traditional Turkish house - “case study of timber framed Kula houses”
M. T. Zeren & O. Y. Karaman
201-227
 
 

 

 

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