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Preprints of SSCR conference Site Effects

From: Margot M. Wright <ant011>
Date: Monday, June 1, 1998
Preprints of the SSCR (Scottish Society for Conservation &
Restoration) Conference "Site Effects: The Impact of Location on
Conservation Treatments" held at the University of Dundee, 5-6 May
1998

Edited by Margot M. Wright & Ylva M. T. Player-Dahnsj

Contents

  Philosophy & Ethics
    Double trouble, the conservator's many roles in architectural
    conservation. Susan L. Maltby (Private Conservator, Canada)

    The integrity of the fake. Ian Gow (The National Trust for
    Scotland) Attitudes to architectural conservation. Ove Hidemark
    (Royal Palaces of Sweden)

  Conservation in situ
    Treatment of a labyrinth: addressing decay and losses in a large
    outdoor wooden sculpture located in a public park. Hugh Glover
    (Williamstown Art Conservation Center, USA)

    Fashions in stone conservation, 1830 to present day. Nic Boyes
    (Historic Scotland)

    The treatment of the Wardlaw Mausoleum. William Napier & Christa
    Gerdwilker (Historic Scotland Fellows at the Scottish Lime
    Centre)

    The heavy machine shop of Thomas A Edison. Greg Byrne (National
    Park Service, USA)

    Storage considerations for native arts: a joint project between
    Denver Art Museum and the Native American Community. Charles
    Patterson & Judy Greenfield (Denver Art Museum)

  Fixed Assets: Interiors & Museums
    Conserve it, reproduce it, or cover it in wood chip and paint it
    blue? The treatment of wallpapers within the historic interior.
    Allyson McDermott (Private Conservator, UK)

    Conservation issues for American plated stained glass windows
    reinstalled in buildings. Julie L. Sloan (Private Conservator,
    USA)

    Another house, another method: variations in approach to the
    conservation of gilt leather wallhangings. Roy Thomson (The
    Leather Conservation Centre, UK)

    A note on the performance of three buildings as museums in
    northeast Brazil. Franciza Toledo & Clifford Price (Institute of
    Archaeology, University College London)

    Dosimetry of paintings: chemical changes in test paintings as
    tools to assess the environmental stress in the museum
    environment. Oscar F van den Brink, Sophie Peulve & Jaap J Boon
    (FOM Institute for Atomic and Molecular Physics, The
    Netherlands)

  Sites & Monuments: The Wider Picture
    The primacy of context: conservation of decorative arts from
    English Heritage sites. Laura Drysdale & Amber Rowe (English
    Heritage)

    Archaeological sites as current landscape elements in the Baltic
    States. Mara Urtane (Latvia Agricultural University)

    The in situ conservation of the archbishop's mintworkshop,
    Trondheim, Norway. Elizabeth E Peacock & Gordon Turner-Walker
    (Vitenskapmuseet, Norway)

    The conservation and rehabilitation of the House of Cantaber in
    the Roman city of Conimbriga: problems and resolutions. Antonio
    Alves Cardoso (Conservation Engineer, Portugal)

    Bring conservation to the mountain, not the mountain to the
    conservator: the care of rock art sites in the USA. J. Claire
    Dean (Private Conservator, USA)ORDER FORM

To order copies of the pre-print contact

    The Scottish Society for Conservation & Restoration
    The Glasite Meeting House, 33 Barony Street
    Edinburgh EH3 6NX, Scotland
    +44 131 556 8417
    Fax: +44 131 557 5977
    admin [at] sscr__demon__co__uk

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