Big Stuff 2007 was held at the Deutsches Bergbau-Museum (German Mining Museum) in Bochum in the Ruhr region of Germany, with sessions at the Henrichshütte ironworks site in Hattingen, and the Zollverein coal mine complex in Essen.
Our ISSN number for the conference series is ISSN 2207-2845.
See below for the papers from Big Stuff 2007.
Conference Papers and Presentations
Brian Barker – Training of Volunteers in Aviation Conservation
Stefan Bruggerhoff – Coatings for Industrial Heritage Surfaces – Between the Poles of Aesthetics and Durability
Shane Casey – Preventative Conservation of Large Scale Industrial Objects – the Victorian Steamship Great Britain
Athanasios Chatsigogas – National Report 2006 Greece: Industrial Monuments – Gains and Losses
Kate Clark – Big Stuff – Big Difference – Understanding the Archaeology, Significance and Impact of Industrial Heritage Projects
David de Haan – Running a World Heritage Site: A Prominent Example – Ironbridge Gorge
Axel Fohl – IBA (Internationale Bauausstellung) Emscherpark – a Successful Attempt in Germany
David Hallam – Ethical and Philosophical Issues of Operating Functional Objects: A Developing Approach
Rolf Hoehmann – The Industrial Heritage of Modern Iron and Steel Making in Europe: Preservation Before Extinction
Ulrike Laufer – Tracing History and Path-Finding at the World Cultural Heritage Zollverein
Milos Matej – Country Report: Czech Republic
Hans Peter Noll and Joachim Schares – “Chance Denkmal” – An innovative Sales Practice for Listed Buildings
Scott See – Country Update for the United States
Thorsten Seifert – “Museumspath” Zollverein – Ways Through the Industrial Heritage
Nakayama Shunsuke – Conservation of Large-Scale Modern Cultural Heritage in Japan
Patrick Viaene – BigStuff in a Small Country: Experiences of Conservation of Large Size Industrial Heritage in Belgium
Alison Wain – Large technology projects – success and sustainability