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Advice on post-war reconstruction case studies in the Balkans region
I am currently studying for a PhD in Town and Country Planning at Queen's University Belfast on how nations narrate their recent histories in the built form by re-constructing, conserving, neglecting and destroying their contested built heritage. This summer, I intend to complete some fieldwork in some of the following locations- Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Montenegro, Serbia and Slovenia. My research will focus on the role of re-construction and restoration projects and their potential for aiding reconciliation in post-war situations. Any suggestions on potential case studies or general advice will be most gratefully received.
Neil Galway
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Advice on post-war reconstruction case studies in the Balkans region
Heritage conservation volunteers urgently needed for Kosova
November 19, 2008 � No Comments
Call for Volunteers

Due to unforeseen delays Cultural Heritage without Borders is now facing a UNESCO deadline and need volunteers, conservation students, carpenters and others with a strong interest in conservation to help us complete the painted wood in the Hadum Mosque in Gjakova, Kosova. Volunteers are welcome from December 1, 2008 until the end of January 2009. We can offer some accommodation, and an interesting experience working in a 16th century Ottoman Empire Mosque. Please contact todycezar@sapo.pt or todycezar@hotmail.com
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