HERM 672: Heritage and Risk Management (Rev. C1) Report a Broken Link

HERM 672: Heritage and Risk Management focuses on the measures and actions that cultural heritage professionals should undertake before, during, and after a disaster.

Unit 1


Required Reading
Wisner, B., Blaikie, P., Cannon, T., & Davis, I. (2003). At risk: Natural hazards, people's vulnerability and disasters (2nd ed.). London: Routledge.

Please read

Chapter 1: The Challenge of Disasters and Our Approach

Kelman, I. (2011). Understanding vulnerability to understand disasters. In B. L. Murphy & D. Etkin (Eds.), Canadian disaster management textbook. Canada: Canadian Risk and Hazards Network.
Nelson, S. A. (2014). Natural disasters & assessing hazards and risk. Course handout for Earth and Environmental Sciences 3050: Natural Disasters. New Orleans: Tulane University, Earth and Environmental Sciences Department.
Nelson, S. A. (2014). Earthquake hazards and risks. Course handout for Earth and Environmental Sciences 3050: Natural Disasters. New Orleans: Tulane University, Earth and Environmental Sciences Department.
Supplementary Reading
Centre for Research on the Epidemiology of Disasters (CRED). (2015). The human cost of weather related disasters 1995–2015. UNISDR.
Haddow, G. D., & Bullock, J. A. (2008). Introduction to emergency management (3rd ed.). Amsterdam/Boston: Elsevier/Butterworth-Heinemann.

McDonald, R. (2003). Introduction to natural and man-made disasters and their effects on buildings. Boston: Architectural Press.

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Perrow, C. (2011). The next catastrophe: Reducing our vulnerabilities to natural, industrial, and terrorist disasters. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.

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Rufat, S., Tate, E., Burton, C. G., & Maroof, A. S. (2015, October). Social vulnerability to floods: Review of case studies and implications for measurement. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 14(Part 4), 470–486.

Unit 2


Required Reading
Jigyasu, R., et al. (2013). Heritage and resilience: Issues and opportunities for reducing disaster risks (Background paper). 4th Session of the Global Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction, Geneva, 19–23 May.

Please read

Preface
Foreword
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Why Protect Heritage?
Chapter 3: How Is Heritage Being Protected from Disaster Risk?
Chapter 4: How Is Heritage Being Used to Promote Resilience to Disasters

Colette, A. (Ed.). (2007). World Heritage Reports: Vol. 22. Climate change and world heritage: Report on predicting and managing the impacts of climate change on World Heritage and strategy to assist States Parties to implement appropriate management responses. Paris: WHC.

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Foreword
Provisions and Initiatives of the Process of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change Relevant to the World Heritage Convention (Message from the UNFCCC Secretariat)
Statement by Ahmed Djoghlaf, Executive Secretary of the CBD
Executive Summary
Chapter 1: Background
Selection from Chapter 2: Predicting and Managing the Impacts of Climate Change on World Heritage (pp. 19–26)

Stovel, H. (1998). Risk preparedness: A management manual for world cultural heritage. Rome: ICCROM.

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Chapter 2: The Importance of Risk-Preparedness for Cultural Heritage

Kreimer, A, & Arnold, M. (Eds.). (2000). Disaster Risk Management Series: Vol. 2. Managing disaster risk in emerging economies. Washington, DC: WB.

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Chapter 7: Cultural Heritage and Natural Disasters: Incentives for Risk Management and Mitigation, by June Taboroff

Supplementary Reading
Cassar, M. (2005). Climate change and the historic environment. London: Centre for Sustainable Heritage, University College London.
Drdácký, M., et al. (2007, February). Protecting the cultural heritage from natural disasters. Brussels: Policy Department, Structural and Cohesion Policies, European Parliament.
Kulatunga, U. (2010, December). Impact of culture towards disaster risk reduction. International Journal of Strategic Property Management, 14(4), 304–313.
Meier, H.-R., Petzet, M., & Will, T. (Eds). (2007). Cultural heritage and natural disasters: Risk preparedness and the limits of prevention (Heritage at Risk special ed.). Paris: ICOMOS.
Poon, L. (2016, April 12). What happens to historic landmarks in an emergency? The Atlantic.

Sabbioni, C., Brimblecombe, P., Cassar, M. (Eds.). (2012). The atlas of climate change impact on European cultural heritage: Scientific analysis and management strategies. London: Anthem Press.

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Taboroff, J. (2003). Natural disasters and urban cultural heritage: A reassessment. In A. Kreimer, M. Arnold, & A. Carlin (Eds.), Disaster Risk Management Series: No. 3. Building safer cities: The future of disaster risk (pp. 233–240). Washington, DC: WB.
UNISDR. (2008, September). Briefing Note 01. Climate change and disaster risk reduction. Geneva: UNISDR.

Unit 3


Required Reading
Jha, A. K., et al. (2010). Safer homes, stronger communities: A handbook for reconstruction after natural disasters. Washington, DC: WB.

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Chapter 11: Cultural Heritage Conservation

Jigyasu, R. (2005). Towards developing methodology for integrated risk management of cultural heritage sites and their settings. In Monuments and sites in their setting: Conserving cultural heritage in changing townscapes and landscapes (conference proceedings). ICOMOS 15th General Assembly and Scientific Symposium, Xi’an, China, 17–21 October.
Stovel, H. (1998). Risk preparedness: A management manual for world cultural heritage. Rome: ICCROM.

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Chapter 3: Principles of Risk-Preparedness for Cultural Heritage

WHC, ICCROM, ICOMOS, & IUCN. (2010). World Heritage Resource Manual series. Managing disaster risks for World heritage. WHC, ICCROM, ICOMOS, & IUCN. 

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Foreword, by Francesco Bandarin
Preface, by ICCROM
Introduction: How this Resource Manual Can Help You with Disaster Risk Management
Chapter 1: What Is Disaster Risk Management and Why Is It Important?

World Bank. (2008, July). World Bank Good Practices Notes: July 2008. Risk preparedness for cultural heritage. New York: WB.
Supplementary Reading
Greeves, M. (2001). Risk management at the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge. Journal of Architectural Conservation, 7(3), 67–79.
Haddow, G. D., & Bullock, J. A. (2008). Introduction to emergency management (3rd ed.). Amsterdam/Boston: Elsevier/Butterworth-Heinemann.
Marrion, C. E. (2013). Protecting historic buildings from disasters: A very brief overview. Association for Preservation Technology International Conference, October 2013. (7:36 mins.).

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NPS. (2000). Chapter 10: Emergency planning. In NPS museum handbook, Part I (pp. 10:1–10:34). NPS.
Spennemann, D. H. R., & Look, D. W. (Eds.). Disaster management programs for historic sites. NPS, Western Chapter of the Association for Preservation Technology, & Johnstone Centre, Charles Stuart University, Australia.
Reading for Unit Discussion
Levin, J., Jigvasu, R., Long, J., & Wisner, B. (2008, Spring). Putting heritage on the map: A discussion about disaster management and cultural heritage. Conservation Perspectives, 23(1).

Unit 4


Required Reading
Feilden, B. M. (1987). Between two earthquakes: Cultural property in seismic zones. Rome: ICCROM; Marina del Rey, CA: The Getty Conservation Institute.

Please read

Foreword
Introduction
Chapter I: Cultural Heritage and Earthquakes
Chapter II: Before Disaster
Chapter III: Emergency Action

Willems, W. J. H., & van Schaik, J. P. J. (Eds.). (2015). Water and heritage: Material, conceptual and spiritual connections. Leiden: Sideston Press.

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Flood Protection for Historic Sites—Integrating Heritage Conservation and Flood Control Concepts: Experiences in Germany, by Heiko Lieske, Erika Schmidt, and Thomas Will

Kanta Kafle, S., & Murshed, Z. (2006). Community-based disaster risk management for local authorities (Participant’s workbook). Bangkok: ADPC.

Please read

Module Two, Session 1: Community Risk Assessment

Paolini, A., et al. (2012). Risk management at heritage sites: A case study of the Petra World Heritage site. Paris: UNESCO.

Please read

Preface
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Risk Management at Heritage Sites

Pickles, D., et al. (2015). Flooding and historic buildings. UK: Historic England.

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Introduction
Chapter 1: Types of Flooding
Chapter 2: Established Flood Risk
Chapter 3: Be Prepared for Flooding

Stovel, H. (1998). Risk preparedness: A management manual for world cultural heritage. Rome: ICCROM.

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Chapter 4: Developing a Sound Approach to Risk-Preparedness for Cultural Heritage Property
Chapter 5: Fire
Chapter 6: Earthquakes and Related Disasters
Chapter 7: Flooding

WHC, ICCROM, ICOMOS, & IUCN. (2010). World Heritage Resource Manual series. Managing disaster risks for World heritage. WHC, ICCROM, ICOMOS, & IUCN.

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Chapter 4: How Do You Identify and Assess Disaster Risks?
Chapter 5: How Can You Prevent Disaster Risks or Mitigate Their Impact?

Pedersoli, J. L., Jr., Antomarchi, C., and Michalski, S. (2016). A guide to risk managment of cultural heritage. ICCROM/CCI.
Supplementary Reading
Cultural Heritage Agency of the Netherlands. (2012). Digital handbook collection risk management project (Cultural Heritage Agency of the Netherlands website). Cultural Heritage Agency of the Netherlands.
Dickson, E., Baker, J. L., Hoornweg, D., & Tiwari, A. (2012). Urban Development series. Urban risk assessments: Understanding disaster and climate risk in cities. Washington, DC: WB.
Dorge, V., & Jones, S. L. (1999). Building an emergency plan: A guide for museums and other cultural institutions. Los Angeles: The Getty Conservation Institute.
Feilden, B. M. (1987). Between two earthquakes: Cultural property in seismic zones. Rome: ICCROM; Marina del Rey, CA: The Getty Conservation Institute.
FEMA. (2005). Integrating historic property and cultural resource considerations into hazard mitigation planning: State and local mitigation planning how-to guide. FEMA.
GFDRR. (2014). Understanding risk in an evolving world: Emerging best practices in natural disaster risk assessment. WB.
Greeves, M. (2001). Risk management at the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge. Journal of Architectural Conservation, 7(3), 67–79.
Jigyasu, R., & Arora, V. (2013). Disaster risk management of cultural heritage in urban areas: A training guide. Japan: Research Center for Disaster Mitigation of Urban Cultural Heritage, Ritsumeikan University.
Marrion, C. E. (2013). Protecting cultural heritage from fire and disasters: The need to promote prevention over recovery. Association for Preservation Technology DC Chapter Annual Symposium. (34:25 mins.).

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Michalski, S., & Pedersoli, J. L., Jr. (2016). The ABC method: A risk management approach to the preservation of cultural heritage. CCI/ICCROM.
Peggion, M., Bernardini, A., & Masera, M. (2008). JRC Scientific and Technical Reports. Geographic information systems and risk assessment. European Commission.
Ranger, N., Muir-Wood, R., & Priya, S. (2009). World Development Report 2010. Development and climate change background note: Assessing extreme climate hazards and options for risk mitigation and adaptation in the developing world. WB.

Unit 5


Required Reading
Boersma, F. (2008, Spring). “Where’s the fire?”: Teamwork for integrated emergency management. Conservation Perspectives, 23(1).
Dorge, V., & Jones, S. L. (Eds.). (1999). Building an emergency plan: A guide for museums and other cultural institutions. Los Angeles: The Getty Conservation Institute.

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Chapter 2: The Role of the Director
Chapter 3: The Role of the Emergency Preparedness Manager and the Emergency Preparedness Committee
Chapter 4: Communications
Chapter 5: Training

Kahn, M. B. (2012). Disaster response and planning for libraries (3rd ed.). Chicago: American Library Association.

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Section 1: Response

McIlwaine, J. (2006). International Preservations Issues: No. 6. IFLA disaster preparedness and planning: A brief manual. Paris: IFLA.

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Preparedness (Getting Ready to Cope) (pp. 13–17)
Reaction and Response (When Disaster Strikes) (pp. 17–20)

NPS. (2006). Museum handbook—Part I: Museum collections. NPS.

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Selection from Chapter 10: Museum Collections: Emergency Planning, by Diane Vogt O’Connor:

D. Prioritization of Museum Collections for Salvage
E. Preparation of a Museum Component to an Emergency Operations Plan
F. Staff Training and Plan Evaluation and Revision

Pickles, D., et al. (2015). Flooding and historic buildings. UK: Historic England.

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Chapter 4: Dealing with a Flood
Chapter 5: After a Flood: Minimising Flood Damage in Old Buildings

Tandon, A. (2015). First aid to cultural heritage in times of crisis: Framework Document (Course materials). First Aid to Cultural Heritage in Times of Crisis International Course, organized by ICCROM, the Smithsonian Institution, UNESCO, and others, Amsterdam, 30 March–24 April.
WHC, ICCROM, ICOMOS, & IUCN. (2010). World Heritage Resource Manual series. Managing disaster risks for World heritage. WHC, ICCROM, ICOMOS, & IUCN.

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Chapter 6: How Do You Prepare for and Respond to Emergencies?

Supplementary Reading
Donaldson, M. (1998). The first ten days: Emergency response and protection strategies for the preservation of historic structures. In D. H. R. Spennemann & D. W. Look (Eds.), Disaster management programs for historic sites (pp. 25–29). San Francisco: NPS, Western Chapter of the Association for Preservation Technology, & The Johnstone Centre, Charles Stuart University.
Historic Scotland. (2003). Graveyards and Gravestones Electronic Leaflets. Emergency measures for historic memorials: A short guide for cemetery managers. Edinburgh: Historic Scotland.
Tandon, A. (2016). Endangered heritage: Emergency evacuation of heritage collections. UNESCO/ICCROM.

Tandon, A., Rouhani, B., et al. (2014). Culture cannot wait: International and national courses on first aid for cultural heritage in times of conflict. In J. Bridgland (Ed.), ICOM-CC 17th Triennial Conference Preprints, Melbourne, 15–19 September 2014. Paris: ICOM.

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Unit 6


Required Reading
Adishakti, L. T., et al. (Eds.). (2011). Padang Heritage Series. Guidelines for managing post-disaster conservation of heritage buildings: Case study: Padang, West Sumatra. Indonesian Heritage Trust (BPPI/Badan Pelestarian Pusaka Indonesia).

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Chapter V: Procedures for Post-Disaster Restoration of Heritage Buildings
Chapter VI: Sustainable Management

EU, UNDG, & WB. (2014). Post-Disaster Needs Assessment Guidelines: Vol. B. Culture. New York: UNDP.
Jigyasu, R. (2004). Sustainable post disaster reconstruction through integrated risk management—The case of rural communities in South Asia. Proceedings of the 2004 International Conference and Student Competition on Post-Disaster Reconstruction “Planning for Reconstruction,” Coventry, UK, 23–24 April.
Stanley-Price, N. (Ed.). (2005). ICCROM Conservation Studies: Vol. 6. Cultural heritage in postwar recovery. ICCROM Forum, 4–6 October, Rome. ICCROM.

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Chapter 1: The Thread of Continuity: Cultural Heritage in Postwar Recovery, by Nicholas Stanley-Price
Chapter 2: Cultural Destruction by War, and Its Impact on Group Identities, by Neal Ascherson
Chapter 3: Postwar Reconstruction and the Recovery of Cultural Heritage: Critical Lessons from the Last Fifteen Years, by Sultan Barakat
Chapter 9: The Restoration of the Temple of the Tooth Relic in Kandy, Sri Lanka: A Post-Conflict Cultural Response to Loss of Identity, by Gamini Wijesuriya

WHC, ICCROM, ICOMOS, & IUCN. (2010). World Heritage Resource Manual series. Managing disaster risks for World heritage. WHC, ICCROM, ICOMOS, & IUCN.

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Chapter 7: How Do You Recover and Rehabilitate Your Property After a Disaster?

Supplementary Reading
Daly, P., & Rahmayati, Y. (2012). Cultural heritage and community recovery in post-Tsunami Aceh. In P. Daly, M. Feener, & A. J. S. Reid (Eds.), From the ground up: Perspectives on post-tsunami and post-conflict Aceh (pp. 57–78). Singapore: ISEAS Press.
FEMA, Heritage Preservation, and National Endowment for the Arts. (2005). FEMA 533. Before and after disasters: Federal funding for cultural institutions. FEMA, Heritage Preservation, and National Endowment for the Arts.
Hiwasaki, L., Luna, E., & Syamsidik, S. R. (2014). Local and indigenous knowledge for community resilience: Hydro-meteorological disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation in coastal and small island communities. Indonesia: UNESCO.
ICOMOS. (2017). ICOMOS guidance on post trauma recovery and reconstruction for World Heritage cultural properties. ICOMOS.
Jigyasu, R., & Arora, V. (n. d.). Disaster risk management of cultural heritage in urban areas: A training guide. Japan: Research Center for Disaster Mitigation of Urban Heritage, Ritsumeikan University.

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Selection from 3.5 Recovery and Rehabilitation: Post Disaster Recovery Planning (pp. 133–138)

Kornfeld, R. J., Jr. (2014). Post-disaster recovery in an evolving city: Lessons learned from the World Trade Center. Association for Preservation Technology New York Conference, October 13, 2013. (51:57 mins.).

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Mahjoub, N. (n.d.). Seismic retrofit of a historic high rise in downtown San Francisco: From design to construction. Association for Preservation Technology International website. (29:16 mins.).

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Parliamentary Assembly, Council of Europe. (2015, April 18). Cultural heritage in crisis and post-crisis situations (Doc. 13758: Report of Committee on Culture, Science, Education, and Media). Council of Europe.

Phillips, B. D. (2015). Disaster recovery (2nd ed.). Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group.

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Rico, T. (2014). The limits of a “heritage at risk” framework: The construction of post-disaster cultural heritage in Banda Aceh, Indonesia. Journal of Social Archaeology, 0(0), 1–20.
Scoop Project. Challenges of cultural heritage reconstruction after conflict (Scoop website). European Commission, European Research Area.
Vecvagars, K. (2006). CEPAL-serie Estudios y perspectivas—Sede subregional de la CEPAL en Mexico: No. 56. Valuing damage and losses in cultural assets after a disaster: Concept paper and research options. Mexico: UN.

Unit 7


Required Reading
WHC, ICCROM, ICOMOS, & IUCN. (2010). World Heritage Resource Manual series. Managing disaster risks for World heritage. WHC, ICCROM, ICOMOS, & IUCN.

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Chapter 2: What Does a DRM Plan Consist Of?
Chapter 8: How to Implement, Reassess and Reappraise the DRM Plan

Wijesuria, G., Thompson, J., & Young, C. (2013). World Heritage Resource Manual series. Managing cultural world heritage. WHC, ICCROM, ICOMOS, & IUCN.

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Chapter 2: Context: Managing Cultural Heritage
Chapter 4: Defining, Assessing and Improving Heritage Management Systems

ICOM/ICMS (International Committee on Museum Security). (1993). Guidelines for disaster preparedness in museums (Offprint). From D. Liston (Ed.), Museum security and protection: A handbook for cultural heritage institutions. London: ICOM/Routledge.
Supplementary Reading
Australian Government, Attorney-General’s Department. (2015). Australian Emergency Management Handbook Series: 10. National emergency risk assessment guidelines (2nd ed.). Australian Government, Attorney-General’s Department.
Ecological Sequestration Trust. (2015). Integrating sustainable development and disaster risk management of historic urban areas. Ritsumeikan University, UNESCO, ICCROM, ICOMOS, & ICORP.
Heritage Daily. (n.d.). Denver study shows disaster plans often neglect historic preservation. Heritage Daily.
Jaffe, A. (2016, April 25). Philadelphia to be first big city with disaster plan to protect historic buildings. PlanPhilly.
Jaffe, A. (2016, June 29). Disaster planning for Pennsylvania’s historic resources. Keystone Crossroads.
King, J., Wijesuriya, G., & Copithorne, J. (2006). Integrating traditional knowledge systems and concern for cultural and natural heritage into risk management strategies: Proceedings from the special session organized by ICCROM and the World Heritage Centre for the International Disaster Reduction Conference (IDRC), Davos, Switzerland, 31 August 2006. ICCROM, UNESCO, WHC.
Local Disaster Management Group—Cairns Region. (2008). Local disaster management plan: Cairns region, Version 2. Australia: Cairns Regional Council.
Murakami, Y. (2010). Disaster risk management of cultural heritage based on the experience of the Great Hanshin Earthquake. Cultural Heritage Protection Cooperation Office of Asia/Pacific Cultural Centre for UNESCO (ACCU).
Rahim, N., & Mavra, L. (2009). Barriers to engagement in heritage by currently under-represented groups: An inclusion report to the National Audit Office. London: Inclusion Research and Consultancy.
Solomon Islands Government. (2009). National disaster risk management plan for disaster management arrangements and disaster risk reduction including for climate change. Honiara: Solomon Islands Government.

Unit 8


Required Reading
Menegazzi, C. (Ed.). (2008). International Workshop on Disaster Risk Reduction at World Heritage Properties proceedings. Conference held Olympia, Greece, 6–7 November.

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Risks and (World) Heritage: Some Background, by D. Bumbaru

Barry, J. (2007). Disaster preparedness and mitigation: UNESCO's role. Paris: UNESCO.
WHC. (2007). Item 7.2 of the provisional agenda: Issues related to the state of conservation of World Heritage properties: Strategy for reducing risks from disasters at World Heritage properties. World Heritage Committee Session 31, Christchurch, NZ, 23 June–2 July.
Menegazzi, C. (Ed.). (2008). International Workshop on Disaster Risk Reduction at World Heritage Properties proceedings. Conference held Olympia, Greece, 6–7 November.

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Disaster Risk Reduction and Cultural Heritage: Using the Hyogo Framework for Action, by A. Paola

UNOCHA. (2013). OCHA on Message series. What is United Nations humanitarian civil-military coordination? Switzerland: UNOCHA.

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Kila, J. D., & Herndon, C. V. (2014, July). Military involvement in cultural property protection: An overview. Joint Force Quarterly, 74, 116–123.
Jigyasu, R., et al. (2013).  Heritage and resilience: Issues and opportunities for reducing disaster risks (Background paper). 4th Session of the Global Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction, Geneva, 19–23 May.

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Chapter 5: Who Is Protecting Heritage from Disasters?
Chapter 6: Way Forward for Promoting Heritage and Resilience
Appendix I: Objectives and Priority Actions Recommended in the Strategy for Risk Reduction of World Heritage Properties Adopted by UNESCO in 2007

Supplementary Reading
Civil Military Co-Operation Centre of Excellence (CCOE). (2012). CIMIC field handbook (3rd ed.). CCOE.
EUR-OPA Major Hazards Agreement & Council of Europe. (2015). Towards more disaster resilient societies: The EUR-OPA contribution. EUR-OPA Major Hazards Agreement & Council of Europe.
Joint Chiefs of Staff, US Department of Defense. (2013). Civil-military operations (Joint Publication 3-57). US Department of Defense.
Lambert, S. (2010). Italy and the history of preventive conservation. CeROArt, 1.
Menegazzi, C. (Ed.). (2008). International Workshop on Disaster Risk Reduction at World Heritage Properties proceedings. Conference held Olympia, Greece, 6–7 November.
UNISDR. (2013). Disaster risk reduction in the United Nations: Roles, mandates and results of key UN entities. UNISDR.
International Recommendations, Declarations, and Statements
1993: Council of Europe Committee of Ministers: Recommendation No. R (93)9 of the Committee of Ministers to Member States on the Protection of the Architectural Heritage Against Natural Disasters

1997: International Symposium on Risk Preparedness for Cultural Properties: The Kobe/Tokyo Declaration on Risk Preparedness for Cultural Heritage

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1998: ICBS & UNESCO: The Redenci Declaration on the Protection of Cultural Heritage in Emergencies and Exceptional Situations
2004: ICBS: Torino Declaration: Resolutions for the First Blue Shield International Meeting
2005: UNESCO/ICCROM/Agency for Cultural Affairs of Japan Thematic Session on Cultural Heritage Risk Management: Kobe Recommendations
2005: Kyoto International Symposium 2005—Towards the Protection of Cultural Properties and Historic Urban Areas from Disaster: Kyoto Declaration 2005 on Protection of Cultural Properties, Historic Areas and their Settings from Loss in Disasters
2006: International Disaster Reduction Conference Davos: IDRC Davos 2006 Declaration
2007: Second Asian Ministerial Conference on Disaster Reduction: Delhi Declaration on Disaster Risk Reduction in Asia 2007
2009: International Expert Meeting on Sustainable Protection of World Heritage Cultural Properties in Earthquake Zones & International Forum on Bridging Conservation and Development for Sustainable Disaster Risk Management of Cultural Heritage: Kyoto-Kathmandu Recommendation on Sustainable Protection of World Cultural Heritage in Earthquake Zones
2012: Yildiz Technical University & ICOMOS-ICORP: The Istanbul Statement on Cultural Heritage Protection in Times of Risk

Unit 9


Required Reading
Niinimaa, G., & Kerr, I. (2017). Responding to the flood of June 2013: Museum of the Highwood, High River, Alberta. High River, AB: Museum of the Highwood.
Government of Canada & Provincial & Territorial Governments. (2008). Canada’s national disaster mitigation strategy. Ottawa: Public Safety Canada.
Public Safety Canada. (2012). All hazards risk assessment methodology guidelines 2012–2013. Ottawa: Public Safety Canada.
Public Safety Canada. (2012). Federal policy for emergency management: Building a safe and resilient Canada. Ottawa: Public Safety Canada.
Ministers Responsible for Emergency Management. (2011). An emergency management framework for Canada (2nd ed.). Ottawa: Public Safety Canada.
Kovacs, P. (2010). ICLR Research Paper Series: 49. Reducing the risk of earthquake damage in Canada: Lessons from Haiti and Chile. Toronto: Institute for Catastrophic Loss Reduction.
Mohindra, N. (2011). Preventing disaster after a disaster: Lessons for Canada from US experience. Canada: Fraser Institute.
Supplementary Reading
Alberta Emergency Management Agency, Government of Alberta. (2013). Basic emergency management (course manual). Government of Alberta.
Andrews, J. (Ed.). (1993). Flooding—Canada water book. Ottawa: Environment Canada.

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Environmental Adaptation Research Group, Environment Canada, & Institute for Environmental Studies, University of Toronto. (1997). Coping with natural hazards in Canada: Scientific, government and insurance industry perspectives. Insurers’ Advisory Organization, Environment Canada, & University of Toronto.
Etkin, D., Vázquez, M. T., & Kelman, I. (1998). Natural disasters and human activity: A contribution to the North American Commission on Environmental Cooperation state of the environment report. Environment Canada; National Disaster Prevention Centre, Mexico; & University of Toronto.
Government of Canada. (2007). Emergency Management Act, S. C. 2007, c. 15. Government of Canada.
Incident Command System. (2012). I-100: Introduction to incident command system: Self-paced student workbook. Incident Command System.
Public Safety Canada. (2010). Emergency management planning guide 2010–2011. Government of Canada.
Suffling, R., & Scott, D. (2002, March). Assessment of climate change effects on Canada’s National Park system. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, 74(2), 117–139.
Standing Senate Committee on National Security and Defence. (2008). Emergency preparedness in Canada: How the fine arts of babblegab and procrastination hobble the people who will be trying to save you when things get really bad . . . , Vol. 1 (Second Session, Thirty-Ninth Parliament). Government of Canada.

Sylves, R. T., & Waugh, W. L., Jr. (Eds.). (1996). Disaster management in the U. S. and Canada: The politics, policymaking, administration, and analysis of emergency management (2nd ed.). Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas.

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Ville de Québec. (2015, June). Plan de sécurité civile. Ville de Québec.

Unit 10


Required Reading
Intergovernmental Conference on the Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of Armed Conflict. (1954, May 14). Convention for the Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of Armed Conflict with regulations for the execution of the convention 1954 (UNESCO website). UNESCO.
Second Protocol to the Hague Convention of 1954 for the Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of Armed Conflict. (1999). Diplomatic Conference, The Hague, 26 March 1999.
Hladik, J. (2004). Risk-preparedness under the 1954 Hague Convention for the Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of Armed Conflict and its Second Protocol. In Cultural heritage disaster preparedness and response (symposium proceedings; pp. 91–96). International Council of Museums International Symposium, Salar Jung Museum, Hyderabad, India, 23–27 November, 2003.
Supplementary Reading
Bevan, R. (2014, August 27). Culture wars: Tracking the destruction of Middle East monuments. The London Evening Standard.

Bogdanos, M. (2005). Thieves of Baghdad. New York: Bloomsbury.

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Brodie, N., & Tubb, K. W. (2002). Illicit antiquities: The theft of culture and the extinction of archaeology. London: Routledge.
Cansana, J. (Ed.). (2015, September). The cultural heritage crisis in the Middle East [Special issue]. Near Eastern Archaeology, 78(3).
Curtis, J. C. (2009). Relations between archaeologists and the military in the case of Iraq. Papers from the Institute of Archaeology, 19, 2–8.
Danti, M. (2014, June). Near eastern archaeology and the Arab Spring: Avoiding the ostrich effect. Antiquity, 88(340), 639–643.

Davis, E. (2005). Memories of state: Politics, history and collective identity in modern Iraq. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press.

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Kila, J. D., & Zeidler, J. A. (Eds.). (2013). Heritage and identity: Cultural heritage in the crosshairs: Protecting cultural property during conflict. Leiden, Netherlands: Brill.

Knuth, R. (2006). Burning books and leveling libraries: Extremist violence and cultural destruction. Westport, CT: Praeger.

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Kohl, P. L., Kozelsky, M., & Ben-Yehuda, N. (Eds.). (2008). Selective remembrances: Archaeology in the construction, commemoration and consecration of national pasts. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Luttwak, E., & Bahrani, Z. (2004). Cultural heritage in war: Moral and military choices. New York: Department of Art History and Archaeology, Columbia University.

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Machat, C., & Ziesemer, J. (Eds.). Heritage at risk: World report 2014–2015 on monuments and sites in danger. ICOMOS.
O’Keefe, R. (2006). The protection of cultural property in armed conflict. New York: Cambridge University Press.

Rothfield, L. (Ed.). (2008). Antiquities under siege: Cultural heritage protection after the Iraq War. Lanham, MD: AltaMira Press, 2008.

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