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WAC Inter-Congress: Heritage Management in East and South East Asia

In association with

The Institute of Archaeology, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences and

The International Centre for Cultural and Heritage Studies, Newcastle University, UK

Dates

5 July to Friday 8 July, 2011

Venue

The Institute of Archaeology, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing, China

Themes

The Inter-congress will be divided into five themes:

  • Development pressures on heritage sites and landscapes
  • World Heritage nomination and management planning
  • Managing the multiple use of, and pressures on, heritage sites
  • Local community participation, interpretation, and education
  • Training in, and academic position of, Cultural Heritage Management

Abstracts

Click here to read Abstracts (PDF)

Papers

Once an abstract has been accepted all presenters will be asked to produce a full copy of their paper for translation into Chinese. All abstracts, and papers where possible, will be posted on the Conference web-site for participants to read before arrival to ensure the maximum amount of time for discussion.

Inter-Congress language

The Inter-Congress language will be English. Papers will be presented in English with Chinese subtitles/separate Power Point. This will require Power Point presentations submitted at least three weeks before the Inter-Congress for translation.

Main audiences

The main audience is intended to be heritage managers and academics (archaeology, cultural anthropology, tourism, town planning) from across, or with an interest in, the East and South East Asian Region. Special consideration will be given to student participation.

Accommodation

There are a range of hotels within five minutes walking distance of the conference venue.

It will be difficult for non-Chinese participants to pay for their hotels before arriving in China. Therefore, to ensure you get the accommodation you require, for non-Chinese participants please select your preferred hotel, complete the information below, and send it to Jane.hagger@ncl.ac.uk before 1 June 2011. Reservations will then be made for you. Requests for reservations received after this date cannot be guaranteed. Hotels will require payment on arrival. Information required:

Name
Name of accompanying person sharing room
Passport number(s)
Nationality(-ies)
Preferred hotel
Alternative hotel
Arrival date
Departure date

Class A (ca. 60 euros per night)
Prime Hotel (Huaqiao dasha)
Wangfujing dajie (St.) 2, Beijing, China
Tele: 86-4006-313-699

Class B (ca. 50 euros per night)
Wangfujing Guest House Hotel (Sheke boyuan binguan)
Wangfujing dajie (St.) 27, Beijing, China
Tele: 86- 10-65591155

Class C (ca. 40 euros per night)
Beijing Fuhao Hotel (Fuhao binguan)
Wangfujing dajie (St.) 45, Beijing, China
Tele: 86-10-4006-313-699

Class D (ca. 30 euros per night)
Hanting Inn (Hanting jiudian)
Wangfujing dajie (St.) 20, Beijing, China
Tele: 86-10.65121166
Fax: 86-10.65128068

Registration - all costs are in Euros

For all non-Chinese participants please register below by clicking on the appropriate registration fee box below. You will be taken to a paypal page where you will be able to register and pay.

Colleagues from China wishing to attend the Inter-congress should email directly to wacbeijing2011@yahoo.cn.

Conference reception desk will be set in the lobby of the Wangfujing Guest Hotel on July 5th. Time for registration: 8 AM to 11 PM, July 5th.

Wangfujing Guest House Hotel (Sheke boyuan binguan) Wangfujing dajie (St.) 27, Beijing, China
Tele: 86- 10-65591155

 

Early registration
Before 1/4/11

Normal registration
Before 1/6/11

Late registration
After 1/6/11

Full WAC Member: Rate A*

Full WAC Member: Rate B**

WAC Student Member

Non WAC Member (Rate A*)

Non WAC Member (Rate B**)

Accompanying Person

*Rate A: Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, Japan, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea, USA and Western Europe.

**Rate B: All countries not listed in Rate A.

You can join on-line at the WAC web site (http://worldarchaeologicalcongress.org/home/join-wac).

The Registration fees for Participants (including students) will include

  • Book of abstracts and Inter-Congress programme
  • Other materials relating to Chinese archaeology
  • Password to Inter-Congress pre-circulated papers
  • Tea and coffee during Inter-Congress
  • Lunches during Inter-Congress
  • Evening meals during Inter-Congress
  • Mid Inter-Congress excursion
  • Transfers to and from Beijing airport
  • Evening cultural activities - eg, tours of Beijing, visiting Lake area

Registration fees for Accompanying persons will include

  • Lunches during Inter-Congress
  • Evening meals during Inter-Congress
  • Mid Inter-Congress excursion
  • Transfers to and from Beijing airport
  • Evening cultural activities

Post Inter-Congress tours

The Post-conference tours: July 9 to 11

For further information please contact Wang Renyu on wacbeijing2011@yahoo.cn

Tour 1 - Anyang Yinxu

Itinerary

Saturday 9 July Travel after the Inter-Congress to Anyang by coach
  Arrive at city centre hotel
  Evening meal
Sunday 10 July   Yinxu
Monday 11 July   The Longmen Grottoes
  Return to Beijing arriving late evening
   
Total cost 291 euros

Anyang Yinxu;

Erlitou site;
Luoyang Han-Wei city site and Sui-Tang city site; Longmen Grottoes.
Western line:

Tour 2 - Qinshihuang Terrracotta warriors pits and the Mausoleum

Itinerary

Saturday 9 July Travel after the Inter-Congress to Xi’an by air
  Arrive at city centre hotel
  Evening meal
Sunday 10 July  Terra Cotta Warriors Museum
  Qinshihuang's Mausoleum
Monday 11 July   Daming Palace National Park
  Xi'an
  Return to Beijing arriving late evening
   
Total cost 486 euros

Qinshihuang Terrracotta warriors pits and the Mausoleum;

Tang dynasty Daming palace site.

Payment

REFUND POLICY: If you cancel your registration before 1 May 2011, 0800 GMT, you will be charged a 40 Euros administration fee, but will receive the remaining amount in refund. If you cancel after 1 May 2011 but by 1 June 2011, 0800 GMT you will receive a 50% refund of your registration fee. After 1 June refunds will be entirely at the organizers' discretion, issued after the conclusion of the Inter-Congress, and usually only for exceptional circumstances.

Provisional Programme for the WAC Inter-Congress on Heritage Management in East and South East Asia

In association with
The Institute of Archaeology, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences and The International Centre for Cultural and Heritage Studies, Newcastle University, UK

TUESDAY JULY 5TH participants' registration, 8 AM to 11PM
Wangfujing Guest House Hotel (Sheke boyuan binguan)
Wangfujing dajie (St.) 27, Beijing, China
Tele: 86- 10-65591155

WEDNESDAY JULY 6TH

Morning: Opening ceremony
- Head of the Chinese Administration of Cultural Heritage, Head of the CASS and President of WAC
- Group photograph
- Six presentations introducing the themes of the Inter-Congress

Afternoon: Parallel sessions start in two different meeting rooms: all the themes will be fully discussed and debated in each group

Group One: Chairs: Claire Smith and Tang Jigen

G1 Session 1 Development Pressures on Heritage Sites and Landscapes
Twin Horns of a Dilemma: Heritage Preservation and the U.S. military transition from Okinawa to Guam (Dr John A Peterson)
Hong Kong and Lingnan: The Key to Improve Cultural Interpretation in Heritage Management (Celine Y Y Lai)

G1 Session 2 World Heritage Nomination and Management Planning
Future and concerns about the Ayutthaya Archaeological Park, Thailand (Robert B Gozzoli)
Proving the Outstanding "Universal" Value of Japanese Archaeological Sites: in search of integrity for the serial nominations (I Yumiko Ogawa)
Archaeological Site Management, Protection and Conservation (Wang Hui)

G1 Session 3 Managing the multiple use of, and pressures on, heritage sites
Current heritage management principles that inform the activities of the World Archaeological Congress (Claire Smith)
Copies in the Values Presentation of Archaeological Sites (Jigen Tang)
Current Trends and Practices in Archaeological Heritage Management in Thailand (Thanik Lertcharnrit)
Industrial heritage management of China (Dai Jian)

Group Two: Chairs: Chen Xingcan and Peter Stone

G2 Session 1 Development Pressures on Heritage Sites and Landscapes
The Heritage Value and the Character of the Settlement and Cultural Landscape of Aufu City in Shandong Province, China (GU Jianhui)
Archaeological Site Management: a Slow-release Capsule (Wang Renyu)
Development and Mitigation work (Chu Xiaolong)

G2 Session 2 World Heritage Nomination and Management Planning
Managing World Heritage sites and their generic value (Peter Stone)
WHL Nomination (Ren Wei)
Management of the Tang dynasty Luoyang city site (Yu Jie)

THURSDAY JULY 7: MORNING

G1 Session 3 (cont) Managing the multiple use of, and pressures on, heritage sites
Archaeology and Heritage Protection (Lv Jun)
Archaeological site management (Wang Shougong)
Archaeological site management (Jin Xudong)
Textile Archaeology and Conservation (Wang Yarong)
Excavations Conducted in Labs (Zhao Xichen)
The restoration of archaeological site in Japan: from the examples of Heijokyu (Wakabayashi, Kunihiko)
Global and Local Interface in the Management of Cultural Heritage in Indonesia (Daud Aris Tanudirjo)
Foreign archaeologists engaging with local archaeologists (Masakage Murano)
Utilization of a new visualization method for the three dimensional data to heritage sites (Kiyohide Saito)
Cultural Heritage Management: An Integral Aspect of Development (Arelne K. Fleming)
Economic attributes of cultural heritage (Liu Junmin)

G2 Session 3 Managing the multiple use of, and pressures on, heritage sites
Archaeological Excavations in Labs (Du Jinpeng)
A Framework for Understanding the Development of Cultural Heritage Management in China (Hilary du Cros)
Cultural Heritage, environmental Impact Assessment, and People (Thomas F King)
Underwater Archaeology and Heritage (Liu Shuguang)
Management of the Tang dynasty Daming Palace site (Zhou Bing)
Management of the Liangzhu archeological site (Jiang Weidong)
A Lab Archaeology of the Liangzhu Culture Burials (Song Jian)

THURSDAY JULY 7: AFTERNOON

G1 Session 4 Local community participation, interpretation and education
Relics, Display and Museums - The Hundred Year Development of Museums in Taiwan (Shu-Li Wang)
An attempt to grasp of overall history-cultural heritages in Hyogo, Japan (Wataru Uozo)
The Rise of a Man-Made God and the Fall of a Pilgrimage Temple: A Case Study of the Promotion and Management of a Heritage Site in Zhejiang Province, China (Wei Zhao)
Heritage field's disinterest in popular religion (Denis Byrne)
The Ngadjuri Heritage Project (Vince Copley, Li Huidong, Gary Jackson, Claire Smith, and Qiaowei Wei )
Kansai Archaeology Days (Katsuyuki Okamura)

G2 Session 4 Local community participation, interpretation and education
The Role of Education in Heritage Management - a case study from El Salvador, Central America (Mizuho Ikeda)
From Government-Oriented to Public-Involved: A Game of Theory Analysis of the Interest of Cultural Heritage Protection (Wei Qiaowei)
Public Archaeology in China: Old Belief and New Discipline (Jialing Fan)
Religious Environment Conservation, Protection and Management in Western Part of China (Yang Xin)
Mongolian Cultural Heritage Management and Protection in North China (Bai Jinsong)
Cultural Heritage Education (Fang Hui)
Cultural Heritage Education (Yuan Guangkuo)
Cultural Heritage Education and Public Involvement (Zhao Xueyong)

FRIDAY JULY 8TH
Visits to the Peking Man site, the Western Zhou Dynasty cemetery site at Liulihe, and the Han Dynasty burial site at Dabaotai

JULY 9TH-11TH
Post-Congress tours

Post conference publication

It is intended that there will be at least one book produced from the Inter-Congress. Depending on funding, this will be produced in both Chinese and English or Chinese with extended abstracts of presentations made in English. There is also scope for a special edition of Archaeologies, the journal of the World Archaeological Congress.

Email address

All the above information is correct when posted but may have to be modified before the Inter-Congress. Please check this web-site for further information and up-dates.

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