Breakout Abstracts

Breakout Sessions contain 3-4 papers, with each presentation lasting for 20 minutes. There will be time for questions at the end of the papers.

It is intended that this format will allow for a variety of stimulating papers from both Australia and overseas.

Abstracts

Abstracts for papers to be presented are available below.

Historic Towns

Stephen HUGHES
Sustaining World Heritage Mining Towns: Blaenavon and Cefn-Mawr, Wales

Iris IWANICKI
Cold War towns of the Outback – cultural heritage of the future?

Chris JOHNSTON
Seeing through others’ eyes: understanding the aesthetics and meanings of place

Associate Professor David JONES
Creating the Regeneration Reserve Heritage Landscape of Broken Hill: Evolution and Significance

Gina JONES
Greytown, New Zealand

Robert KELLY, Keir REEVES, Erik EKLUND, Andrew REEVES, Bruce SCATES
& Vicki PEEL
Broken Hill’s Industrial Labour Heritage

Nadiyanti MAT NAYAN
Conserving the Old Town of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Bruce PETRY
Waihi Township – Past & Future Cultural Landscape

Catrini PRATIHARI KUBONTUBUH
Recovery and Sustainability of Historic Cities after Disaster, Sharing Experiences on Heritage Emergency Response in Indonesia

Elizabeth VINES
Broken Hill – a Heritage Management Success Story


Industrial Heritage

Anne BRAKE
‘A scheme of madness’: running an industrial heritage project on an operational site

Lothar BRASSE
Tailings of Two Cities

Lynette GURR
Manufacturing Heritage – Post-Industrial Interpretation

Elizabeth HARTNELL
Nineteenth Century Industrial Heritage: Examples from the United States

Cameron HARTNELL
Deepening Preservation of Historic Mining Regions: Perspectives from High-Arctic Spitsbergen

Christine LANDORF
Sustainable Industrial Heritage Management: A new theoretical model

Helen LARDNER
Hashima Island, Japan – a crucible for considering the heritage of industrial communities

Dr Miles OGLETHORPE
Losing our mines: Scotland’s coal mining legacy

Ray OSBORNE
The malting industry in Australia: The challenges of redundancy and re-use

Michael QUEALE
Weaving a sustainable future – Onkaparinga Woollen Mill, Lobethal


Remote Pastoralism

Olwen BEAZLEY & Bronwyn HANNA
Developing a State government strategy for identifying, conserving, promoting and managing rural heritage

Sandy BLAIR & Diana JAMES
The Indigenous heritage of Australia’s pastoral frontier – identifying and managing the social values of stock routes and remote stations

Steve BROWN
Pastoral landscapes and parks: a practical approach to park heritage management

Graham EDDS & Carol EDDS
Management of the remote Hawkesbury Settlements

Jeannette HOPE
Watering The Outback: The Heritage Of Wells, Bores, Tanks, Dams And Pipelines In Western NSW

Leanne HOWARD
Communities, Farming and the Changing Landscape of The Burren: Challenges in Cultural Landscape Management

Mandy JEAN, in association with former members of CAPAC
Searing Memories: Aboriginal Pastoral Stations in The Pilbara

Kevin L. JONES
Government and pastoral heritage in the New Zealand high country

Katrina MCDOUGALL & Krystel HILL
Finniss Springs – a unique story of remote SA pastoral station and mission life – 1922-1960

Samantha WESTBROOKE & Martin WESTBROOKE
Balancing heritage and environmental conservation management of small homestead leases in a remote pastoral landscape