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  • ICOMOS International Scientific Committee on Legal, Administrative and Financial Issues

    “Defining the Role of Local Authorities in

    Managing and Propagating Cultural Heritage”

    ICLAFI SYMPOSIUM AND ANNUAL MEETING 2019

    GAZİANTEP, TURKEY

    Book of Abstracts Info + Notepad

    https://www.google.com.tr/url?sa=i&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=images&cd=&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=2ahUKEwj80_r56pLgAhXLb1AKHZYCAosQjRx6BAgBEAU&url=https://tr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dosya:Gaziantep_B%C3%BCy%C3%BCk%C5%9Fehir_Belediyesi_amblem.png&psig=AOvVaw16M6sq8aSRwsAhE-5SrSEq&ust=1548845953940146

  • DEFINING THE ROLE OF LOCAL AUTHORITIES IN MANAGING AND PROPAGATING CULTURAL HERITAGE

    International Symposium October 23-24, 2019

    Symposium Abstracts and Information Booklet

    Compiled by Yasemin SARIKAYA LEVENT

    The symposium and annual meeting of ICLAFI was supported and hosted by Gaziantep Greater Municipality.

    Cover Image: “The Gypsy Girl Mosaic” from the ancient city of Zeugma (Photo: Nevit Dilmen)

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    BOOK OF ABSTRACTS

    Content

    Welcome Letter by Fatma ŞAHİN ...................................................................................................... 3

    Keynote Speakers ............................................................................................................................... 4

    Symposium Information .................................................................................................................... 6

    Symposium Program .......................................................................................................................... 7

    Session Organisation .......................................................................................................................... 8

    Abstracts ............................................................................................................................................ 10

    List of Participants ............................................................................................................................ 31

    Local Organising Committee ........................................................................................................... 37

    Post-Meeting Excursion ................................................................................................................... 38

    Useful Information ........................................................................................................................... 42

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    WELCOME LETTER

    Fatma ŞAHİN Mayor of Gaziantep Greater Municipality

    Welcome letter by the Mayor will be available in print version.

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    KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

    Neriman ŞAHİN GÜÇHAN Middle East Technical University, Faculty of Architecture, Department of

    Architecture, Graduate Program in Conservation of Cultural Heritage, Ankara-TURKEY

    neriman@metu.edu.tr

    Joining the academic staff of the Graduate Program in Conservation of Cultural Heritage, METU Department of Architecture in 1984, Conservation Architect Neriman Şahin Güçhan currently works as a professor at the same department. Her academic fields of interest include preservation, rehabilitation, and management of the heritage places; Turkish legislative & administrative system; training/education on the preservation of traditional houses and historical buildings and their construction techniques; Nemrut Mount Tümülüs, Adıyaman, Southern Anatolia Project (GAP), Ankara, Ancient Greek Settlements in Anatolia.

    Presently serving as a member of some of the Scientific Advisory Boards of heritage places such as two UNESCO World Heritage Sites as Ani Archeological Site, Diyarbakır City Walls, and Bodrum Castle. In between 2006-2015, Şahin Güçhan had been the coordinator for Commagene Nemrut Conservation and Development Program (www.nemrut.org.tr) which focuses on Nemrut Mount Tumulus, which is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Şahin Güçhan is a member of the associations KORDER, OMİM and SANART, and DOCOMOMO Turkish National Committee and registered with Ankara Branch Office of Turkish Union of the Chambers of Architects and Engineers. She is currently the member of the ICOMOS Turkey National Board (www.icomos.org.tr), and Head of the Architectural Accreditation Board (MİAK; www.miak.org) in Turkey.

    Ege YILDIRIM Ege Yıldırım Heritage Planning

    Heritage Site Manager of the Historic Guild Town of Mudurnu

    egey@yahoo.com

    Dr. A. Ege Yildirim is an urban planner specializing in heritage conservation and management, with over 20 years of experience working in Turkey and internationally. She was a Fulbright Scholar at Pratt Institute- New York City (2006-07) and a J.M. Kaplan Senior Fellow for Archaeological Heritage Management in the Research Center for Anatolian Civilizations of Koç University (2013-14). She is currently the ICOMOS Focal Point for the Sustainable Development

    Goals, member of ISoCaRP and board member of ICOMOS Turkey and Europa Nostra Turkey. Based in Istanbul since 2013, she is an independent consultant/ part-time academic lecturer, and since 2015, Heritage Site Manager of the Historic Guild Town of Mudurnu, a UNESCO World Heritage candidate.

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    Atilla ENGİN Gaziantep University, Faculty of Archaeology

    enginatilla@hotmail.com

    Born in Elazığ/Turkey in 1971, Atilla Engin graduated from Hacettepe University, Department of Archaeology in 1993 as the top student of the department and faculty. In 1995, he started to work as a Research Assistant at Hacettepe University Department of Archaeology. In 1995, he was awarded a DAAD scholarship and studied at Philipps Universität Marburg in 2000-2001 with the DAAD Research Fellowship. He graduated from PhD program of the Hacettepe University Department of Archaeology in 2002 with his thesis titled “The Importance of Gre Virike Pottery Finds within the Early Bronze Age Pottery of the Middle Euphrates Region”.

    Atilla Engin worked as a team member in the excavations at Oylum Höyük, Limantepe, Panaztepe, Kuşaklı Höyük, Gre Virike, Birecik Early Bronze Age Cemetery and surveys in Kahramanmaraş, Kilis, Sivas and Gaziantep regions. The researcher has been carrying out the excavations at Oylum Höyük (Kilis) since 2012 and conducting archaeological surveys around Yesemek in İslahiye and Nurdağı (Gaziantep). In 2007, he was appointed as Assistant Professor at the Department of Archaeology at Cumhuriyet University in Sivas. Between 2007 and 2018, Atilla Engin served as the Head of Department and Director of the Research and Application Center of Archaeology and Art History at Cumhuriyet University. Engin has been working in Gaziantep University Department of Archaeology since March 2018 and he is currently the Head of the Department of the Archaeology and Dean of the Faculty of Tourism.

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    SYMPOSIUM THEME "Defining the Role of Local Authorities in Managing and Propagating Cultural Heritage" The aim of the Symposium is to create an international platform to discuss the role of local authorities

    and the legislative and financial structures of different countries at local level on managing and

    propagating the cultural heritage, and to share the experiences and disseminate the knowledge through

    different examples and best practices.

    Conservation of cultural heritage has been assigned as a major responsibility to central governments.

    Yet, local authorities, especially municipalities as the territorial administrative units are in more direct

    contact with the day-to-day life of the local community. Local authorities are responsible for the

    construction, administration and maintenance of the city, including cultural heritage located within their

    boundaries.

    There are different legal and organisational structures of countries regarding the role of local authorities

    in management of cultural heritage; such as, planning and implementation, legislative and regulatory

    control, and the use of financial sources. Although the circumstances change from country to country, it

    is accepted that local authorities have a considerable importance in protection and management of

    cultural heritage. Thus, the Symposium focuses on the authority and role of local authorities in relation

    to the conservation, protection, use, enhancement and management of cultural heritage.

     Legal and Organisational Framework Responsibilities assigned to local authorities in cultural heritage preservation; Organizational structures of local authorities for cultural heritage preservation; Relations between central and local authorities and share of responsibilities; Examples and experiences

     Financial Issues Financial resources for