This short paper by Jamie Davies provides background to the creation of furnace Journal, the Ironbridge International Institute for Cultural Heritage’s postgraduate journal. It discusses the opportunities and challenges in encouraging cultural heritage postgraduates to publish their research within the context of a global digital age.
tAs a former British Colony, Hong Kong has a long hisotry of political changes. But how have these socio-political changes affected the city's built heritage? Candy Kei Yue Law and Anna Wai Yu Yau explore this facinating aspect of Heritage in Conflict.
The first contribution of our second Call for Articles comes from Julia Brungs. She writes about the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA), their mission and challenges they face while safeguarding documentary cultural heritage.
We are happy to announce our second Call for Articles! We are inviting your contribution which can be featured on our website and later on in our annual magazine. Read more about the two topics: Multi-Layered Heritage and Heritage in Conflict and the guidelines are requirements for your submission.