The latest issue of the IHBC’s membership journal Context is now out, themed around ‘Remembering the Second World War’, using UK-wide case studies to explore core IHBC CPD themes including valuing heritage as an emblem and memorial; managing heritage resources, and generating change to create sustainable futures for the remnants of and signposts to this critical period in global history.
There are insights into (once) long-forgotten infrastructure; explorations of different building types associated with this time period, and examinations of impacts in the landscape.
- Peter De Figueiredo – Royal Ordnance Factories
- Jon Gedling – The Commonwealth War Graves Commission
- David Kenyon And Fiona Jenkins – ‘Is That Screw-Hole Really Necessary?’
- Peter Larkham – Bombing And Rebuilding
- Frazer Robson – An Art Deco Cinema On Wartime Orkney
- Antony Firth – Second World War Heritage At Sea
- Chris Mayes – Structures In The Landscape: Buildings, Monuments, Walls And Metalwork
- Nick Corbett – The Dukes Of Normandy And The Second World War
Reading Context helps IHBC members develop their skills across all of the IHBC Competences and Areas of Competence, and so is a critical baseline in addressing priorities in Continuing Professional Development (CPD)
To access this issue of Context:
- IHBC Members: See your postbox, if you don’t already have it by your desk or bed
- Non-members: Go to the Context Archive
As ever, themed issues of Context also include more general conservation articles as well as news and reports from IHBC’s officers.
If you have any suggestions for Context articles or other material contact Mike Taylor at: firstname.lastname@example.org
See information on Context’s future issues, guidance for authors
Access all issues of Context on the online archive
See the formal guidance paper on IHBC CPD (scheduled for update)
See more on the IHBC Competences and Areas of Competence