How should heritage decisions be made?

Publications

The project has produced a number of publications and members of the team have given presentations at a wide range of different events.

Publications

Helen Graham, Martin Bashforth, Mike Benson, Tim Boon, Lianne Brigham, Richard Brigham, Karen Brookfield, Peter Brown, Danny Callaghan, Jean-Phillipe Calvin, Richard Courtney, Kathy Cremin, Paul Furness, Helen Graham, Alex Hale, Paddy Hodgkiss, John Lawson, Rebecca Madgin, Paul Manners, David Robinson, John Stanley, Martin Swan, Jennifer Timothy, Rachael Turner (forthcoming 2017) ‘Socialising heritage / socialising legacy’ in Valuing the impact of collaborative research: Theory, methods and tools eds. Keri Facer and Kate Pahl. Policy Press. In production.

Lianne Brigham, Richard Brigham, Peter Brown and Helen Graham (forthcoming 2016) ‘Living with History in York: Increasing participation from where you are’, in Heritage Conservation and Communities ed. Gill Chitty. Ashgate. In production.

Helen Graham (2016) “The ‘co’ in co-production: Museums, community participation and Science and Technology Studies”, Science Museum Group Journal. 5
DOI: 10.15180/160502, Repository URL: http://eprints.whiterose.ac.uk/97697/

Helen Graham (2015) “Local Character”, RSA Journal. 2015.3: 40-41.
Repository URL: http://eprints.whiterose.ac.uk/95467/

Helen Graham (2015) “Legitimate expertise: how decisions are made”, Context: The Institute of Historic Building Conservation. 142: 15-17.
Repository URL: http://eprints.whiterose.ac.uk/95466/

Helen Graham (2015) “Where the Heritage Index points: Life, damn local life and statistics”, RSA blog.

(2015) How should heritage decisions be made?: Increasing participation from where you are

Report Summary PDF

Booklet PDF (printable) Booklet PDF (to read on screen)

For people who use screen readers

Booklet Summary in Word

Booklet Word Version

(2015) ‘How should heritage decisions be made?’ Connected Communities report

(2015) York: What has heritage ever done for us?

Events

Arts and Humanities Research Council Connected Communities Festival July 2014. Video of the workshop available.

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