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    La reconstrucción de ruinas: principios y práctica
    Conversaciones con... Nicholas Stanley-Price Num. 9 Año 6 (2020) enero-junio

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    Publicación original: Nicholas Stanley-Price (2009) “The reconstruction of ruins: principles and practice”, in: Alison Richmond and Alison Bracker (eds.), Conservation: principles, dilemmas and uncomfortable truths, Elsevier/Butterworth Heinemann, London, pp. 32-46.

    Referencias:
    David and Mark Leonard (eds.) (2004) Issues in the conservation of paintings, The Getty Conservation Institute, Los Angeles. Brown, Marley R. III and Edward A. Chappell (2004) “Archaeological reconstruction and authenticity at Colonial Williamsburg”, in: John H. Jameson (ed.), The reconstructed past. Reconstruction in the public interpretation of archaeology and history, Altamira Press, Walnut Creek, pp. 47-63. Dushkina, Natalia (2005) “Reconstruction and its Interpretation in Russia – 2”, Proceedings of the Scientific Symposium, Session II, paper 12, ICOMOS 15th General Assembly, Xi’an, China, 17-21 October 2005 [www.international.icomos.org/xian2005/papers. htm] (consultado el 6 de febrero de 2007). Evans, Arthur E. (1927) “Works of reconstitution in the palace of Knossos”, Antiquaries Journal (7): 258-267. Faut-il restaurer les ruines? (1991) Actes des Colloques de la Direction du Patrimoine. Entretiens du Patrimoine, Picard, Paris. Fitch, James Marston (1990) Historic preservation. Curatorial management of the built world, University Press of Virginia, Charlottesville. Gauthier, Marc (1991) “Traiter la ruine, ou le visiteur?”, in: Faut-il restaurer les ruines?, Actes des Colloques de la Direction du Patrimoine, Entretiens du Patrimoine, Picard, Paris, pp. 72-73. Jameson, John H. (ed.) (2004) The reconstructed past. Reconstruction in the public interpretation of archaeology and history, Altamira Press, Walnut Creek. Kanaseki, Hiroshi (1995) “Reconstructing a ruin from intangible materials”, in: Knut Einar Larsen (ed.), Nara conference on authenticity, UNESCO World Heritage Centre, Agency for Cultural Affairs Japan, ICCROM, ICOMOS, Tapir Publishers, Trondheim, pp. 337-338. Killebrew, Ann (2004) “Reflections on a reconstruction of the ancient Qasrin synagogue and village”, in: John H. Jameson (ed.), The reconstructed past. Reconstruction in the public interpretation of archaeology and history, Altamira Press, Walnut Creek, pp. 127-146. Kim, Hong-Sik (2006) “Utilization plan of Hwangnyongsa Temple after reconstruction”, in: Preprints of international conference on reconstruction of Hwangyongsa Temple, April, 28-29, 2006, Gyeongju-si, Korea, National Research Institute of Cultural Heritage, Seoul, pp. 385-401. Lounsbury, Carl R. (1990) “Beaux-arts ideals and colonial reality: the reconstruction of Williamsburg’s Capitol 1928-1934”, Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians 49 (4): 373-389. Mackintosh, Barry (2004) “National Park Service reconstruction policy and practice”, in: John H. Jameson (ed.), The reconstructed past. Reconstruction in the public interpretation of archaeology and history, Altamira Press, Walnut Creek, pp. 65-74. Mallouchou-Tufano, Fani (2006) “Thirty years of anastelosis work on the Athenian Acropolis, 1975-2005”, Conservation and Management of Archaeological Sites 8 (1): 27-38. Molina-Montes, Augusto (1982) “Archaeological buildings: restoration or misrepresentation”, in: Elizabeth Hill Boone (ed.), Falsifications and misreconstructions of pre-Columbian art, Dumbarton Oaks, 14-15 October 1975, Dumbarton Oaks Institute of Meso-American Studies, Washington D.C., pp. 125-141. Oddy, W. Andrew (ed.) (1994) Restoration: is it acceptable?, British Museum Occasional Paper 99, British Museum Press, London. Okamura, Katsuyuki and Robert Condon (1999) “Reconstruction sites and education in japan: a case study from the Kansai region”, in: Peter G. Stone and Philippe G. Planel (eds.), The constructed past. Experimental archaeology, education and the public, One World Archaeology 36, Routledge, London, pp. 63-75. Palyvou, Clairy (2003) “Architecture and archaeology: the Minoan palaces in the twenty-first century”, in: John K. Papadopoulos and Richard M. Leventhal (eds.), Theory and practice in Mediterranean archaeology: old world and new world perspectives, Cotsen Advanced Seminars 1, The Cotsen Institute of Archaeology, University of California at Los Angeles, Los Angeles, pp. 205-233. Papadopoulos, John K. (1997) “Knossos”, in: Marta de la Torre (ed.), The conservation of archaeological sites in the Mediterranean region: an international conference organized by the Getty Conservation Institute and the J. Paul Getty Museum, 6-12 May 1995, Getty Conservation Institute, Los Angeles. Parapetti, Roberto (1990) “Recenti interventi sul patrimonio archeologico in Iraq”, Restauro 19 (110): 94-102. Pirkovic, Jelka (2003) “Reproducing lost monuments and the question of authenticity”, Varstvo Spomenikov (40): 209-221. Scha?velzon, Daniel (1990) La conservacio?n del patrimonio cultural en Ame?rica Latina. Restauracio?n de edificios prehispa?nicos en Mesoame?rica: 1750-1980, Instituto de Arte Americano e Investigaciones Este?ticas “Mario J. Buschiazzo”, Buenos Aires. Schmidt, Hartwig (1999) “The impossibility of resurrecting the past: reconstructions on archaeological excavation sites”, Conservation and Management of Archaeological Sites 3 (1-2): 61-68. Stanley-Price, Nicholas, M. Kirby Talley, Jr. and Alessandra Melucco (eds.) (1996) “Restoration and anti-restoration”, in: Historical and philosophical issues in the conservation of cultural heritage, The Getty Conservation Institute, Los Angeles, pp. 307-323. Stone, Peter G. and Philippe G. Planel (eds.) (1999) The constructed past. Experimental archaeology, education and the public, One World Archaeology 36, Routledge, London. Stovel, Herb (2001) “The Riga charter on authenticity and historical reconstruction in relationship to cultural heritage (Riga, Latvia, October 2000)”, Conservation and Management of Archaeological Sites 4 (4): 240-244. Thompson, Homer A. (1959) The Stoa of Attalos II in Athens, Excavations of the Athenian Agora Picture Book no. 2, American School of Classical Studies, Athens. UNESCO (2005) Operational guidelines for the implementation of the World Heritage Convention, UNESCO, Paris. Vaughan, Gerard (1997) “Some observations and reflections on the restoration of antique sculpture in the eighteenth century”, in: Phillip Lindley (ed.), Sculpture conservation. Preservation or interference?, Scolar Press, Aldershot, pp. 195-208. Woodward, Christopher (2002) In ruins, Vintage, London.

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    La reconstrucción de ruinas: principios y práctica
    Conversaciones con... Nicholas Stanley-Price Num. 9 Año 6 (2020) enero-junio

    Abstract:
    Publicación original: Nicholas Stanley-Price (2009) “The reconstruction of ruins: principles and practice”, in: Alison Richmond and Alison Bracker (eds.), Conservation: principles, dilemmas and uncomfortable truths, Elsevier/Butterworth Heinemann, London, pp. 32-46.

    Referencias:
    David and Mark Leonard (eds.) (2004) Issues in the conservation of paintings, The Getty Conservation Institute, Los Angeles. Brown, Marley R. III and Edward A. Chappell (2004) “Archaeological reconstruction and authenticity at Colonial Williamsburg”, in: John H. Jameson (ed.), The reconstructed past. Reconstruction in the public interpretation of archaeology and history, Altamira Press, Walnut Creek, pp. 47-63. Dushkina, Natalia (2005) “Reconstruction and its Interpretation in Russia – 2”, Proceedings of the Scientific Symposium, Session II, paper 12, ICOMOS 15th General Assembly, Xi’an, China, 17-21 October 2005 [www.international.icomos.org/xian2005/papers. htm] (consultado el 6 de febrero de 2007). Evans, Arthur E. (1927) “Works of reconstitution in the palace of Knossos”, Antiquaries Journal (7): 258-267. Faut-il restaurer les ruines? (1991) Actes des Colloques de la Direction du Patrimoine. Entretiens du Patrimoine, Picard, Paris. Fitch, James Marston (1990) Historic preservation. Curatorial management of the built world, University Press of Virginia, Charlottesville. Gauthier, Marc (1991) “Traiter la ruine, ou le visiteur?”, in: Faut-il restaurer les ruines?, Actes des Colloques de la Direction du Patrimoine, Entretiens du Patrimoine, Picard, Paris, pp. 72-73. Jameson, John H. (ed.) (2004) The reconstructed past. Reconstruction in the public interpretation of archaeology and history, Altamira Press, Walnut Creek. Kanaseki, Hiroshi (1995) “Reconstructing a ruin from intangible materials”, in: Knut Einar Larsen (ed.), Nara conference on authenticity, UNESCO World Heritage Centre, Agency for Cultural Affairs Japan, ICCROM, ICOMOS, Tapir Publishers, Trondheim, pp. 337-338. Killebrew, Ann (2004) “Reflections on a reconstruction of the ancient Qasrin synagogue and village”, in: John H. Jameson (ed.), The reconstructed past. Reconstruction in the public interpretation of archaeology and history, Altamira Press, Walnut Creek, pp. 127-146. Kim, Hong-Sik (2006) “Utilization plan of Hwangnyongsa Temple after reconstruction”, in: Preprints of international conference on reconstruction of Hwangyongsa Temple, April, 28-29, 2006, Gyeongju-si, Korea, National Research Institute of Cultural Heritage, Seoul, pp. 385-401. Lounsbury, Carl R. (1990) “Beaux-arts ideals and colonial reality: the reconstruction of Williamsburg’s Capitol 1928-1934”, Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians 49 (4): 373-389. Mackintosh, Barry (2004) “National Park Service reconstruction policy and practice”, in: John H. Jameson (ed.), The reconstructed past. Reconstruction in the public interpretation of archaeology and history, Altamira Press, Walnut Creek, pp. 65-74. Mallouchou-Tufano, Fani (2006) “Thirty years of anastelosis work on the Athenian Acropolis, 1975-2005”, Conservation and Management of Archaeological Sites 8 (1): 27-38. Molina-Montes, Augusto (1982) “Archaeological buildings: restoration or misrepresentation”, in: Elizabeth Hill Boone (ed.), Falsifications and misreconstructions of pre-Columbian art, Dumbarton Oaks, 14-15 October 1975, Dumbarton Oaks Institute of Meso-American Studies, Washington D.C., pp. 125-141. Oddy, W. Andrew (ed.) (1994) Restoration: is it acceptable?, British Museum Occasional Paper 99, British Museum Press, London. Okamura, Katsuyuki and Robert Condon (1999) “Reconstruction sites and education in japan: a case study from the Kansai region”, in: Peter G. Stone and Philippe G. Planel (eds.), The constructed past. Experimental archaeology, education and the public, One World Archaeology 36, Routledge, London, pp. 63-75. Palyvou, Clairy (2003) “Architecture and archaeology: the Minoan palaces in the twenty-first century”, in: John K. Papadopoulos and Richard M. Leventhal (eds.), Theory and practice in Mediterranean archaeology: old world and new world perspectives, Cotsen Advanced Seminars 1, The Cotsen Institute of Archaeology, University of California at Los Angeles, Los Angeles, pp. 205-233. Papadopoulos, John K. (1997) “Knossos”, in: Marta de la Torre (ed.), The conservation of archaeological sites in the Mediterranean region: an international conference organized by the Getty Conservation Institute and the J. Paul Getty Museum, 6-12 May 1995, Getty Conservation Institute, Los Angeles. Parapetti, Roberto (1990) “Recenti interventi sul patrimonio archeologico in Iraq”, Restauro 19 (110): 94-102. Pirkovic, Jelka (2003) “Reproducing lost monuments and the question of authenticity”, Varstvo Spomenikov (40): 209-221. Scha?velzon, Daniel (1990) La conservacio?n del patrimonio cultural en Ame?rica Latina. Restauracio?n de edificios prehispa?nicos en Mesoame?rica: 1750-1980, Instituto de Arte Americano e Investigaciones Este?ticas “Mario J. Buschiazzo”, Buenos Aires. Schmidt, Hartwig (1999) “The impossibility of resurrecting the past: reconstructions on archaeological excavation sites”, Conservation and Management of Archaeological Sites 3 (1-2): 61-68. Stanley-Price, Nicholas, M. Kirby Talley, Jr. and Alessandra Melucco (eds.) (1996) “Restoration and anti-restoration”, in: Historical and philosophical issues in the conservation of cultural heritage, The Getty Conservation Institute, Los Angeles, pp. 307-323. Stone, Peter G. and Philippe G. Planel (eds.) (1999) The constructed past. Experimental archaeology, education and the public, One World Archaeology 36, Routledge, London. Stovel, Herb (2001) “The Riga charter on authenticity and historical reconstruction in relationship to cultural heritage (Riga, Latvia, October 2000)”, Conservation and Management of Archaeological Sites 4 (4): 240-244. Thompson, Homer A. (1959) The Stoa of Attalos II in Athens, Excavations of the Athenian Agora Picture Book no. 2, American School of Classical Studies, Athens. UNESCO (2005) Operational guidelines for the implementation of the World Heritage Convention, UNESCO, Paris. Vaughan, Gerard (1997) “Some observations and reflections on the restoration of antique sculpture in the eighteenth century”, in: Phillip Lindley (ed.), Sculpture conservation. Preservation or interference?, Scolar Press, Aldershot, pp. 195-208. Woodward, Christopher (2002) In ruins, Vintage, London.

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