How should heritage decisions be made?

Research Team

The ‘How should decisions about heritage be made?’ Research Team:

Martin Bashforth
radical family historian and York’s Alternative History

Mike Benson
Director, Bede’s World

Tim Boon
Head of Research and Public History, Science Museum

Lianne Brigham
York Past and Present

Richard Brigham
York Past and Present

Karen Brookfield
Deputy Director (Strategy), Heritage Lottery Fund

Peter Brown
Director, York Civic Trust

Danny Callaghan
Independent Consultant (Public Art, History and Engagement) including The Potteries Tile Trail (HLF All Our Stories)

Jean-Phillipe Calvin
Composer and Researcher

Richard Courtney
School of Management, University of Leicester

Kathy Cremin
Director, Hive

Paul Furness
Writer and Historian

Helen Graham
School of Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies and Centre for Critical Studies in Museums, Galleries and Heritage, University of Leeds

Alex Hale
Archaeologist, Royal Commission of Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland

Paddy Hodgkiss
Riccall Archive Co-ordinator

John Lawson
Storyteller, Loftus

Rebecca Madgin
Urban Studies, University of Glasgow

Paul Manners
Director, National Co-ordinating Centre for Public Engagement

David Robinson
Technical Editor and Musician

John Stanley
Writer and Electronic Musician

Martin Swan
Musician and Educator

Jennifer Timothy
Senior Building Conservation Officer, Leicester City Council

Rachael Turner
Director, MadLab and The Ghosts of St Pauls (HLF All Our Stories)

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