Academic publications

Journal articles

2020

Garzillo C. (2020) Artistic and Curatorial Power in Cities’ Historic Spaces, Curating the City: Artistic Practices and Urban Transformations p. 139-148, European Journal of Creative Practices in Cities and Landscapes, The Volume 3, Issue 1.

2021

de Nictolis E., Iaione C., Pangallozzi M. C., Piperno A. (2021) Exploring Public-Private-Community Partnerships in Governing Cultural Heritage Adaptive Reuse Projects, SSRN.

van Knippenberg K., Boonstra B., Boelens L. (2021) Communities, Heritage and Planning: Towards a Co-Evolutionary Heritage Approach, Planning Theory & Practice.

van Knippenberg K., Boonstra B. (2021) Co-evolutionary heritage reuse: a European multiple case study perspective, European Planning Studies.

Veldpaus L. (2021) Who Cares?, Institute of Historic Building Conservation, ed. Institute of Historic Building Conservation Yearbook 2021. Wiltshire, UK: IHBC; Cathedral Communications Limited, 2021, pp.29-32.

2022

Amacher D., Kip M., Opazo D. (2022) Territorialized Commons and Social Movements: Legal Appropriations of Collective Spaces in Berlin and Santiago de Chile, Front. Sustain. Cities 3.

Fava F. (2022) Ongoing adaptive reuse: patterns of heritage resilience before and after COVID-19, Journal of Cultural Heritage Management and Sustainable Development.

Fava F. (2022) Commoning Adaptive Heritage Reuse as a Driver of Social Innovation: Naples and the Scugnizzo Liberato Case Study, Sustainability 2022, 14, 191.

Iaione C., de Nictolis E., Santagati M. E. (2022) Participatory Governance of Culture and Cultural Heritage: Policy, Legal, Economic Insights From Italy, Front. Sustain. Cities 4.

Kip M., Oevermann H. (2022) Neighbourhood Revitalisation and Heritage Conservation through Adaptive Reuse: Assessing Instruments for Commoning, The Historic Environment: Policy & Practice, The Volume 13, Issue 2.

Under review

Veldpaus L., The Governance Context for Adaptive Heritage Reuse: A Review and Typology of Fifteen European Countries, The Historic Environment: Policy & Practice.

Book Chapters

van Knippenberg K. (2020) Opening up heritage : beyond a conceptualization as object or process. In B. Boonstra, P. Davids, A. Staessen (Eds.), Opening up the planning landscape : 15 years of actor-relational approaches to spatial planning in Flanders, the Netherlands and beyond (pp. 343–350). Groningen: InPlanning.

Veldpaus L., Szemző H. (2021) Heritage as a Matter of Care, and Conservation as Caring for the Matter, In A. Gabauer, S. Knierbein, N. Cohen, H. Lebuhn, K. Trogal, T. Viderman, T. Haas (Eds.), Care and the City. Encounters with Urban Studies. New York: Routledge, 2022, pp.194-203.

Sklokina I., Brodowicz D. P., Sadowy K. (2021). (Post)przemysłowe dzielnice Warszawy i Lwowa: znaczenie pamięci i dziedzictwa dla biznesu i przemysłu kreatywnego In T. Stryjek, V. Sklokin (Eds.). Kultury historyczne Polski i Ukrainy. O źródłach nieporozumienia między sąsiadami, Wydawnictwo Naukowe Scholar, Collegium Civitas.

Conference Papers

Pendlebury J. (2019) Keynote “Reusing Historic Industrial Buildings” Changing Cities Conference, Crete, Greece, June 2019.

van Knippenberg K. (2019) Towards an evolutionary heritage approach: fostering community-heritage engagement,13th AESOP Young Academics Conference, April 2019.

Pendlebury J., Wang Y. (2020) What distinguishes ‘adaptive reuse’ from ‘reuse’? Association Critical Heritage Studies, London, August 2020.

Pandemia, i mutamenti negli ambiti di ricerca di Architettura

EURA 2021 conference Contradictions Shaping Urban Futures

Fava F. (2021) XXIII Conferenza Nazionale SIU Società Italiana degli Urbanisti DOWNSCALING, RIGHTSIZING. Contrazione demografica e Riorganizzazione spaziale, Turin.

Fava F., Veldpaus, L. (2021) Updating urban conservation planning through ‘open’ adaptive heritage reuse. A reflection across Europe, EURA 2021.