Regenerating Cultural Religious Heritage
Intercultural Dialogue on Places of Religion and Rituals
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This book introduces important reflections on understanding the meaning of cultural-religious heritage in an international context and their relationship with issues of sustainability at the local community level. Through a holistic approach, the book charts new courses in analyzing different cultural policies and methods for preserving and enhancing cultural heritage. Stemming from an intercultural seminar promoted by the International Scientific Committee Places of Religion and Ritual (ICOMOS PRERICO) under the theme of “Reuse and regenerations of cultural-religious heritage in the world: Comparison among cultures,” the book examines the scientific diplomacy and cultural strategies promoted by countries in dialogue with the UN 2030 Agenda, as well as Agenda 21 for Culture. The book seeks to reinforce the value of local cultural policies for supporting and enhancing cultural-religious heritage through specific programs and collaborations in dialogue with government policies. This collection is relevant to scholars working in areas relating to cultural heritage, religious heritage, architectural restoration, protection of the local inheritances, law, and management of the cultural sites.
Preface.- Acknowledgments.- INTRODUCTION.- Structure of the research: Intercultural Dialogue, Places of Religion and Rituals.- THEORETICAL APPROACHES: CONSERVATION, REGENERATION, AND REUSE.- Calling ‘values’ by ‘name’. Historical analysis and critical discernment for the interpretation and regeneration of underused religious heritage. - Europe’s Living Religious Heritage: The process leading to FRH’s biennial conference 2021 and its statement on Living Religious Heritage and Continuous Use.- Interreligious dialogues. First contacts of the Jewish community in the Kumamoto’s prefecture (Japan) in the Kofun period.- Heritage Value of Religious Sites of Hinduism: Asian Linkages and Reuse for Cultural Regeneration.- Need of Ethical Guidelines in Community-Based Conservation Consultations of Living Religious Heritage: an Indian Perspective.- "Between the sword and the cross", religiosity in the Spanish colonial fortifications; case study Fortifications of San Juan, Puerto Rico.- Visualizing the Great Contemporary Religious Architecture in Latin America.- The legacy of Franciscan Observance convents in Portugal: overview of their reuse towards Sustainable Development.- NATIONAL LAWS, LOCAL RECOMMENDATIONS, AND LEGAL PROCEDURES.- Religious Monuments and Sites in Kosovo: Legal Framework approach on Reuse and Regeneration.- The role of Waqf for preserving the Religious Buildings and the Morphology of the Islamic city.- Legal criteria for the reuse of religious cultural heritage in Mexico.- The Temple of Santiago Apostle in Nurio (Michoacán, Mexico): Risk management as a resilience tool for the conservation of religious heritage.- PROJECTS AND BEST PRACTICES.- In Search of a Vanishing Heritage: The Documentation Project of Oratorian Missionary Churches in Sri Lanka.- Assessing the values for the comprehensive conservation of the Imam Reza Shrine.- Revitalization of the Religious Sites of Tombouctou (Mosques and Mausoleums Listed as UNESCO World Heritage) Post Terrorism and Covid Crisis.- Conservation, reuse and regeneration of religious cultural heritage: the case of the Archaeological Site of Panama Viejo and the Historic District of Panama.- The vicissitudes of heritage recognition and valuation: the case of Holy Week in Tunja (Colombia).- The restoration and critical reconstruction of two historic mosques severely affected by armed conflict in Mosul (Iraq).- The role of small religious landmarks today and tomorrow.
Olimpia Niglio is Professor in Comparative History of Architecture. Since 2021 she has been appointed by the Hosei University in Tokyo. She is also Research Fellow at Kyoto University Graduate School of Human and Environmental Studies, Japan. She was previously Professor at Hokkadio University (Japan), Universidad de Bogotá Jorge Tadeo Lozano (Colombia) and at International School University of Ibagué (Colombia). She is a visiting professor in several universities between Asia and America. She studied at the University of Naples "Federico II" where she also obtained the Ph.D, Executive Master at Business School Sole24ore and Post Ph.D (Miur) in Conservation of Architectural Heritage. She is the director of the EdA Esempi di Architettura International Research Center, Vice President of ICOMOS PRERICO (International Committee Monuments and Sites) and is also the Vice President of ACLA, the Asian Cultural Landescape Association, at SNU, Korea.
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