JSPS Japanese-German Colloquium on World Heritage for Tomorrow

jointly organized by JSPS and BTU Cottbus



Wednesday, February 17, 2010

19:00   Reception Dieselkraftwerk Cottbus

Thursday, February 18, 2010

09:00   Hiromi Kawamura (JSPS Tokyo):
Introduction to JSPS (the organization and its activities)

09:20   Prof. Dr. Kenichiro Hidaka (Tsukuba University):
What is authentic Hagia Sophia? A Question on Authenticity and History

09:40   Dr. Yoko Taniguchi (Tsukuba University):
Conserving mural paintings as intermediate layers between immovable and movable heritage: case studies from Central  and East Asia

10:00   Dr. Axel Föhl (Landschaftsverband Rheinland):
The UNESCO policy of ‘Filling the Gaps’ concerning the Industrial Heritage: German Mining Sites and Swiss watchmaking cities La Chaux-de-Fond/Le Locle

10:20   Dr. Aylin Orbasli (Oxford Brookes University):
World Heritage Sites without heritage

10:40   Prof. Dr. Walther Zimmerli (BTU Cottbus):
World Heritage - Who inherits What from Whom?

11:00   Questions

11:20   Coffee Break

11:40   Discussion

12:40   Lunch

14:00   Dr. Nobu Kuroda (Tsukuba University):
Conservation of cultural landscape in Shirakawa-go

14:20   Dr. Kazue Fukamachi (Kyoto University):
Cultural landscapes and forests in Kyoto

14:40   Prof. Dr. Masahito Yoshida (Edogawa University):
Effectiveness of Buffer Zones: Comparative Study within Natural Heritages in Japan

15:00   Cathy Daly (Dublin Institute of Technology):
World Heritage in a Changing Climate

15:20   Sam Merrill (BTU Cottbus):
World Heritage, Tourism and the Millennium Development Goals: From Sites to System

15:40   Questions

16:00   Coffee Break

16:20   Discussion

19:30   Dinner at Lobedan House

Friday, February 19, 2010

09:00   Dr. Yasushi Mori (Shimane University):
The Effects of Environmental Degradation and People Management on World Heritage

09:20   Dr. Hirofumi Ueda (Sapporo City University):
Ways of seeing the Landscape in Germany and Japan

09:40   Dr. Gabriele Horn (Stiftung Preußische Schlösser und Gärten Berlin-Brandenburg):
The Prussian Palaces and Gardens Foundation Berlin-Brandenburg-maintenance and restoration

10:00   Prof. Dr. Werner Lorenz (BTU Cottbus):
What, How, For Whom? Thinking about engineering heritage and engineer's intervention

10:20   Prof. Dr. Inken Baller (BTU Cottbus):
Stralsund: Conservation and Change

10:40   Questions

11:00   Coffee Break

11:20   Discussion

12:20   Branitz Park and Lunch

14:20   Dr. Shigeatsu Shimizu (Nara National Research Institute for Cultural Properties):
Reconstruction boom in Japan: Its significance and background

14:40   Smriti Pant (BTU Cottbus):
The World Heritage Convention: A Mediator Between Culture, Politics and Human Rights?

15:00   Dr. Axel Klausmeier (Stiftung Berliner Mauer):
Mediating and presenting the Berlin Wall

15:20  Prof. Dr. Boguslaw Szmygin (Lublin University of Technology):
The World Heritage List - Challenges and Threats

15:40   Prof. Dr. Jörg Haspel (Landesdenkmalamt Berlin):
A Moratorium for the World Heritage List?

16:00   Questions

16:20   Coffee Break

16:40   Discussion

Saturday, February 20, 2010

Dresden Excursion