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Consortium Partners

The Heritage Values Network is coordinated by five partners:


University College London

The Centre for Applied Archaeology (CAA), incorporating Archaeology South East (ASE) is part of UCL’s Institute of Archaeology.  The CAA is a commercial enterprise within an academic department with many links to the heritage sector within the university. The Heritage Values Network will be delivered in partnership with UCL’s Centre for Sustainable Heritage (CSH). UCL is the lead participant of this project.
The UCL team for Heritage Values Network consists of Dr. Dominic Perring, Dr. Sarah Wolferstan, Dr. Kalliopi Fouseki, Dr. Gai Jorayev.


Leiden University

The Faculty of Archaeology at Leiden University is the only archaeology faculty in the Netherlands. One of the main research strands of the faculty is International Heritage Management. There is a series of undergoing research projects on heritage management. LU will be responsible for the dissemination and exploitation of the Heritage Values Network project.
The LU team for Heritage Values Network consists of: Dr. Willem Willems, Dr. Monique van den Dries, Dr. Sjoerd van de Linde, Victoria van der Haas, MA.


Eindhoven University of Technology

The Department of the Built Environment at Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) contributes via its education and research to improving the built environment. The work from TU/e will be led by Dr. Ana Pereira-Roders with a focus on world heritage and universal values related to heritage. PhD researcher Loes Veldpaus and student assistants Tim Willems and Willem Piethaan will work together on the first workshop.
The first workshop, July 2014, will be held in the city of Eindhoven.


Norwegian Institute for Cultural Heritage Research

NIKU is an independent non-profit institution dedicated to preservation and sustainable management of cultural heritage. NIKU’s professional staff consists of conservators, archaeologists, architects, engineers, geographers, ethnologists, social scientists, art historians, researchers and advisors with special competencies in cultural heritage management and preservation. NIKU will lead the 2nd workshop which will be held in the fall of 2014 in Oslo.
The NIKU team for Heritage Values Network consists of: Torgrim Guttormsen, Joel Taylor and Grete Swensen.



University of Barcelona

Founded in 1450, the University of Barcelona is ranked within the top highest public Universities in Spain.
UB will lead the 3rd and final workshop which will be held in Barcelona in 2015.
The UB team for Heritage Values Network consists of: Dr. Margarita Diaz-Andreu, Qian Gao, Ana Pastor, Apen Ruiz and Amilcar Vargas.