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Subject:

History, Heritage & Urban Regeneration Conference, Swansea

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Tehmina Goskar <[log in to unmask]>

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Tehmina Goskar <[log in to unmask]>

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Wed, 8 Sep 2010 10:28:34 +0100

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With apologies for cross-posting:

History Heritage & Urban Regeneration
14th October 2010

A One-day Conference at the National Waterfront Museum, Swansea. 9.30am - 5.30pm

The day will explore how history and heritage, particularly of our
industrial past, can help inform creative and sustainable
regeneration.

The day will also launch a new project, funded by the ESRC, on the
'Local and Global Worlds of Welsh Copper' at Swansea University, which
will explore the globalised industry of copper (stretching as far as
southern Australia and Latin America) in the past, and what it can
bring to regeneration today.

It promises to be an extremely stimulating day, with much of relevance
to heritage, museum and educational professionals, historians,
archaeologists, geographers and other academics, as well as civil
servants, politicians and campaigners.

Please circulate far and wide. Details of booking can be found through
the links below or via http://www.iwa.org.uk/en/events/view/100.
Please email me off-list if you want a PDF flyer to circulate.

With all my best wishes,
Tehmina Goskar
___________________________
Dr. Tehmina Goskar AMA
Research Officer
History, Heritage and Urban Regeneration: The Local and Global Worlds
of Welsh Copper
History & Classics
University of Swansea

Conference Programme
Thursday 14 October

9.30am Coffee and registration
10.00am Welcome
Steph Mastoris, Head, National Waterfront Museum Swansea
10.10am Introduction: ‘The Local and Global Worlds of Welsh Copper’
Huw Bowen, Professor of Modern History, Swansea University
10.40am Session 1: The Past, Present, and Future of Regeneration in
Swansea and the Lower Tawe Valley
‘Lower Swansea Valley Futures’
Dr Graham Humphrys, formerly of the Geography Department, Swansea University
‘A Personal Reflection on the Lower Swansea Valley Project’
Steve Lavender,Co-Managing Director Lavender International NDT Ltd and
former Conservator Lower Swansea Valley Project 1974-80
‘Swansea 2020: Swansea’s Economic Regeneration Strategy’
Steve Penny, Managing Partner, John Collins & Partners & Phil Holmes,
Head of Economic Regeneration & Planning, City & County of Swansea
12.45pm Lunch
1.45pm Session 2: Making Regeneration Work: Theory and Practice
‘Understanding Urban Character: Putting the Past to Work in the Present’
Judith Alfrey, Inspector of Historic Buildings and Landscapes, Cadw
‘Making Sustainable Places: Communities and Regeneration’
Ben Reynolds, Director of Trilein Ltd
3.00pm Tea
3.15pm Session 3: Perspectives on Heritage and Regeneration in Action
‘Heritage and Regeneration: Cornish Mining World Heritage’,
Deborah Boden, World Heritage Site Co-ordinator, The Cornish Mining
World heritage Site
‘New Lanark 1785-2010 - Restoration and Regeneration’,
Lorna Davidson, Director, New Lanark Trust
16.45 Roundtable Discussion
17.30 Close to be followed by Reception and Book Launch



Dear Friend

An exciting new conference is coming to Swansea in October.

Thursday 14th October 2010
History, Heritage & Urban Regeneration
In association with ESRC (Economic & Social Research Council),
National Waterfront Museum Swansea and Swansea University
9.30am – 5.30pm, National Waterfront Museum, Swansea
IWA Swansea Bay Branch Conference

2010 is a landmark year in the history of industrialisation and
regeneration in Swansea. It marks the 200th anniversary of the
founding of the internationally significant Hafod copperwork. It also
marks the 50th anniversary of the establishment of the Lower Swansea
Valley project that promoted the dramatic transformation of the
largest derelict industrial landscape in Europe

Framed by the long-term development of ‘Copperopolis’, this conference
examines the past, present, and future of regeneration strategies in
Swansea. More broadly, it explores the relationship between heritage
and regeneration, with a view to identifying best practice and the key
innovations that have informed the development of cutting-edge
projects in other parts of the UK.

The conference will launch Swansea University’s ESRC-funded project,
‘History, heritage, and urban regeneration: the local and global
worlds of Welsh Copper’.

Conference tickets are:
£40 for IWA members
£50 for non-members
£75 for a conference place and 1 years IWA membership, which includes
unlimited digital access to all IWA publications

For a full conference programme please visit our website for more information

Tickets can either be booked on our secure website
or alternatively if you prefer to contact us directly please email or
telephone 029 2066 0820

The Institute of Welsh Affairs
Second Floor
4 Cathedral Road
Cardiff
CF11 9LJ

TEL: 029 2066 0820
FAX: 029 2023 3741
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Sefydliad Materion Cymraeg
4 Heol y Gadeirlan
Caerdydd
CF11 9LJ

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--
Dr Tehmina Goskar, MA AMA
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