Themes  I Organization I Inscriptions

 

PROGRAMA  PROGRAM

 

Local Place

Auditório Benício Dias    Benício Dias Conference Room
Fundação Joaquim Nabuco
Av. 17 de Agosto, 2187 – Casa Forte
Recife∙Pernambuco∙Brazil

 

 

19 de novembro  November 19th

 

Manhã  Morning

Inscrições  Inscriptions | 08h-08h55

Abertura  Opening | 09h

 

Coordenador Chairperson: Prof. Dr. Silvio Zancheti (CECI/MDU)

Relator  Rapporteur: Prof. Dr. Virgínia Pontual (CECI/MDU) and Flaviana Barreto (CECI/MDU)

Prof. Dr. Tomás Lapa – Pos-Graduate Program in Urban Development, Federal University of Pernambuco (MDU/UFPE)

Prof. Dr. Silvio Zancheti – Centre for Advanced Studies in Integrated Conservation (CECI); Coordinator of the Seminar

Frederico Almeida – Instituto do Patrimônio Histórico e Artístico Nacional (IPHAN)

Representative of the Fundação Joaquim Nabuco

Mayor Luciana Santos – Municipality of Olinda

Dr. Ron Van Oers – World Heritage Centre – UNESCO

Gamini Wijesurya – ICCROM

Apresentação  Presentation (09h50-10h30): Representante da Prefeitura Municipal de Olinda

Coffee-break | 10h35-11h05

 

Conferência  Lecture (11h10-12h20): Dr. Jukka Jokilehto (Finland): International charters on urban conservation: Some thoughts on the principles expressed in current international doctrine

 

Tarde  Afternoon

 

1ª Sessão  1st Session | 14h-18h

Prática: São as recomendações de conservação patrimonial urbana efetivas e produtivas? Têm elas influenciado a prática da conservação urbana? Como?

Practice: Are these collectively produced documents effective and productive? Do they influence the practice of urban conservation, and how?

 

Coordenadores  Chairpersons: Prof. Dr. Sueli Schiffer (FAUUSP, Brazil): Coments on the papers.

Paulius Kulikauskas (Lithuania): The practice of international charters on conservation: the lost c(l)auses.

 

1. Isabelle Laterreur; Marlène Schwartz; Claude Laurin; Susan Bronson (Canada): Montreal’s Plateau Mont-Royal borough: an innovative approach to conserving and enhancing an historic urban neighborhood.

2. Julio Cesar Ribeiro Sampaio (Brazil): Gentrification: is it possible to avoid it?

3. Carla Texeira Coelho; Inês El-Jaick Andrade (Brazil): Excuses to destroy heritage.

4. Allan Kenneth Birabi (Uganda): International urban conservation charters: catalytic or passive tools of urban conservation practices among developing countries?

5. Vera Milet; Virgínia Pontual; Juliana Barreto (Brazil): The international conventions, the organized civil society and the protection to the world-wide patrimony cities. The case of Olinda’s historical centre.

 

Coffee-break | 16h05-16h45

 

6. Natsuko Akagawa (Australia): The implication of tourism charters and authenticity in world heritage city.

7. Andréa da Rosa Sampaio (Brazil): Heritage protection and urban conservation and planning: the case of São Cristovão, Rio de Janeiro.

 

Cocktail | 18h30


 

20 de novembro  November 20th

 

Manhã  Morning

1ª Sessão  1st Session | 08h35-12h20

 

Prática: São as recomendações de conservação patrimonial urbana efetivas e produtivas? Têm elas influenciado a prática da conservação urbana? Como?

Practice: Are these collectively produced documents effective and productive? Do they influence the practice of urban conservation, and how?

 

Coordenadores  Chairpersons: Prof. Dr. Fernando Diniz (MDU/UFPE; CECI, Brazil): Coments on the papers.

Prof. Paul Meurs (University of Delft, Netherlands): A charter for each intervention, from generic to specific principals.

1. Evelyn Furquim Werneck Lima (Brazil): A case study of effective conservation practice. The application of some urban conservation charters in the rehabilitation of the “Avenida Modelo” in Rio de Janeiro historical center.

2. Adelino Gonçalves (Portugal): Which urban plan for an urban heritage? An overview of recent Portuguese practice on integrated conservation.

3. Christer Gustafsson; Jan Rosvall (Sweden): Integrated and sustainable conservation.

4. Natália Miranda Vieira (Brazil): The applicability of the Declaration of Amsterdam in Brazil: Case studies of Bairro do Recife (Recife), Pelourinho (Salvador) and Praia Grande (São Luís).

Coffee-break | 10h35-11h05

Conferência  Lecture (11h10-12h20): Dr. Herb Stovel (Carleton University, Canada): Historic Urban Landscapes: new ideas  for urban conservation? Or just new jargon?

 

Tarde  Afternoon

 

2ª Sessão  2nd Session | 14h-16h

Teoria: Os documentos doutrinários refletem a teoria da conservação urbana no seu momento histórico? Foram eles capazes de orientar a formulação teórica? Responderam eles às novas idéias filosóficas ou epistemológicas?

Theory: Do these documents reflect the state of theory of urban conservation at their time? Do they drive the development of the theory? Do they respond to new ideas of philosophy and epistemology?

 

Coordenador  Chairperson: Dr. Ron Van Oers (UNESCO): Towards New International Guidelines in the Conservation of Historic Urban Landscapes.

1. Onilda Bezerra; Vera Mayrinck (Brazil): The contribution of the concept of cultural landscape to the management of the cultural and natural heritage.

2. Jeremy C. Wells (United States of America): The plurality of truth in culture, context, and heritage: a post-modern analysis of urban conservation charters.

3. Sílvio Zancheti, Catarina Dourado, Fábio Cavalcanti, Flaviana Lira, Rosane Piccolo (Brazil): From authenticity in the heritage charters to recognition of their dimensions in the city.

4. Honório Nicholls Pereira (Brazil): Contemporary trends in conservation: Dematerialization, significance and cultural sustainability.

 

Coffee-break | 16h05-16h45

 

3ª Sessão  3rd Session | 16h50-18h25

 

Diversidade: São os documentos e os princípios neles expressados aplicáveis universalmente? Eles precisam ser interpretados diferentemente em diferentes contextos culturais?

Diversity: Are such documents and the principles expressed in them universally applicable? Do they need to be interpreted differently in different cultural settings?

 

Coordenador  Chairperson: Gamini Wijesurya (ICCROM):

1. Ancila Nhamo (Zimbabwe): Archaeology and Fate: an evaluation of the effectiveness of international conventions, charters, recommendations and guidelines on the conservation of archaeological heritage in Zimbabwe.

2. Ana Rita Sá Carneiro; Aline de Figueirôa Silva; Fátima Mafra (Brazil): The restoration of Burle Marx Gardens in Recife and the vision of Paradise of Florence Charter.

3. Eliane Lordello; Norma Lacerda (Brazil): The universalization of the concept and legal instruments of cultural diversity in the face of present day space-time configurations: the contribution of new media.

 

21 de novembro  November 21th

 

Manhã  Morning

 

3ª Sessão  3rd Session | 08h35-12h20

 

Diversidade: São os documentos e os princípios neles expressados aplicáveis universalmente? Eles precisam ser interpretados diferentemente em diferentes contextos culturais?

Diversity: Are such documents and the principles expressed in them universally applicable? Do they need to be interpreted differently in different cultural settings?

 

Coordenador  Chairperson: Prof. Dr. Ana Rita Sá Carneiro (Federal University of Pernambuco/CECI): The cultural diversity.

1. Breda Mihelič; Kaliopa Dimitrovska-Andrews (Slovenia): Urban conservation: urban planning in the 20th Century (The case of Slovenia).

2. Tomás de Albuquerque Lapa; Raphael Ferraz A. de Melo (Brazil): Interpreting charters and defining the limits of healthy co-habitation between the new and the ancient.

3. Neel Kamal Chapagain (United States of America): Revisiting Conservation charters in context of Lomanthang, Nepal: Need to account for changing contexts.

4. Eman Assi (United Arab Emirates): The Relevance of Urban Conservation Charters in the World Heritage Cities in the Arab States.

 

Coffee-break | 10h35-11h05

 

Conferência  Lecture (11h10-12h20): Dr. Andrey Ivanov (Architecturny Vestnik Magazine, Russia): To maintain invisible? The case of Icheri Sheher, Baku.

 

Tarde  Afternoon

 

Encerramento  Closure | 14h-16h25

Coordenador  Chairperson: Prof. Dr. Silvio Zancheti (CECI/MDU).

Apresentação  Presentation (14h-14h45): Antônio Carlos Montenegro; Ronaldo de Carvalho L’Amour Filho (Fundação Joaquim Nabuco): Duas intervenções de conservação e restauro no centro do Recife.

Conclusões  Conclusions (14h50-16h): Virgínia Pontual; Flaviana Barreto (CECI/MDU).

Encerramento do Seminário  Closure of the Seminar

 

Papers accepted for inclusion in the proceedings

1. Mubashir U I Malik (United Kingdom): Srinagar city - a case for lack of protection

2. Maria de Lourdes Carneiro da Cunha Nóbrega (Brazil): Retail business and the decharacterization of the architecture in the historical site of São José (Recife, Pernambuco, Brazil). A warning for the new conservation directives.

3. Inês El-Jaick Andrade (Brazil): Historic environment: preservation principles.

4. Amélia Reynaldo; Nilson Pereira (Brazil): Conservation of built heritage in Recife, Brazil.