ASCHB CONFERENCE 2019
The AGM and all day conference, Mills & Booms, will take place on Friday 15th March 2019 at the Museum of London, Docklands. The conference theme will be The Conservation of Industrial Archaeology, Buildings and Sites in Industrial Use.
What is industrial archaeology? How has it developed historically, and what special concerns does its conservation present? How should we deal with buildings and equipment deprived of their original functions or artefacts that are parts of more complex wholes? How do we manage contaminated sites? How do we conserve on sites where industrial production continues? And what might the future hold, as the planet becomes ever more industrialised? Through exemplary case studies we will consider such challenges and discuss some of the responses: “conserve as found”, adaptive reuse, recording and interpretation… Come to ASCHB2019 and join in the debate! Download the booking form here
Sir Neil Cossons, Shane Gould, Paul MacMahon, Michael Nevell, Henrietta Billings, David Went, John Tanner, Malcolm Tucker, Nick Hill, and Stephen Clarke.
AGM is from 9:00–9:50 am. The AGM is free to all members.
Coffee and Conference registration from 9:30, with the Conference from 10:00 until 17:00 and tour following. Includes a buffet lunch, and morning coffee and afternoon tea and tour of Museum of London Docklands.
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9:00-9.10 AGM registration
9.30-10:00 Conference Registration
10:00-11:30 SESSION 1: Industrial Archaeology Past and Present: Chaired by Sherry Bates
10:00-10:05 Welcome – Sherry Bates
10:05-10:45 KEYNOTE: Industrial Archaeology: Theory Practice Policy – Shane Gould
10.45-11.15 The Rise of industrial Archaeology & Industrial Archaeology Now – Michael Nevell
11.15–11.45 COFFEE BREAK
11.45-12.45 SESSION 2: Elsecar / Wentworth Woodhouse: Chaired by Henrietta Billings
11.45-11.55 Introduction to Elsecar / Wentworth Woodhouse – Speaker to be confirmed
11.55-12.15 Elsecar / Wentworth Woodhouse Context – David Went HE
12.15-12.35 Elsecar Conservation – John Tanner
13.45-14.45 SESSION 3 Further Case Studies: Chaired by Charles Wagner
13.45-13.50 Introduction – Charles Wagner
13.50-14.20 Docklands – Malcolm Tucker
14.20-14.40 Shrewsbury, Flaxmill Maltings – Nick Hill
14.40-15.00 Middleport and Whitechapel Bell Foundry – Stephen Clarke
15.00-15.25 AFTERNOON TEA
15.25-16.30 SESSION 4 Wider Perspectives: Chaired by Robyn Pender
15.25-15.30 Introduction – Robyn Pender
15.30-16.00 Industrial Archaeology in Ireland – Paul MacMahon
16.00–16.30 End Note –Sir Neil Cossons
16.30-16.55 SESSION 5 Plenary: Chaired by Robyn Pender
17.00–18.00 DOCKLANDS TOUR optional – Malcolm Tucker
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ASCHB Members £110, Non-Members £145 Includes a buffet lunch, and morning and afternoon tea. A limited number of student concessions are available: please contact the Conference Administrator to discuss these.
To book, go online to ASCHB 2019 Conference – Eventbrite (please note that Eventbrite charges a small booking fee); alternatively you can fill in a booking form and send it together with your payment to the Conference Administrator.