Bulletin 78 Published

Bulletin 78 Published

Image above from Canada: In Glace Bay, where coal mines are still a bad memory for many residents, we see a duplex or “half house,” a striking image of the results of the sale to individuals of houses formerly leased by the company to its workers. Company towns, or “villes-usines,” are the subject of  Lucie K. Morisset’s report in Bulletin 78. Photo: Marianne Charland

Pages from Bulletin 78 TICCIH FINAL

TICCIH Bulletin No. 78 has just been published and distributed electronically to all current TICCIH members. For access to the complete Bulletin, join or renew your TICCIH membership for 2017.

 Contents of Bulletin No. 78:
REPORT
• Villes-Usines and Company Towns: International Study Perspectives, Lucie K. Morisset
WORLDWIDE
• Val-Jalbert, Ghost Town and Living History Museum, Gaston Gagnon
• Good Practice Criteria in Heritage Conservation: Zollverein Industrial Complex, Heike Oevermann
• Henry Ford’s 1928 IA Holiday, Part I, David Perret
• Ireland, Newfoundland, and the Atlantic Cable, Bill Burns
• New Life of the Stanislavsky Factory Theatre, Ekaterina Khaunina and Valentina Muzychuk
INDUSTRIAL HERITAGE MUSEUMS
• Diving Into the Machine: 3-D Techniques For Industrial Collections, Tine Verroken and Tijl Vereenooghe
EDUCATION & TRAINING
• Online Industrial Heritage Training at Athabasca University
XVII TICCIH CONGRESS SANTIAGO DE CHILE – 2018
• Sewell Copper Mining Town
TICCIH CONFERENCES
• TICCIH Water Heritage Thematic Conference
CONFERENCE REPORTS
• SIA Annual Conference: Oil and Shipping, May 18 – 21, Houston, Texas, Marni Blake Walter et al
• XIX Incuna International Conference of Industrial Heritage: Heritage, Cityscapes, Industrial Creation and Contemporary Cultures, 27 – 30 September, 2017, Gijon, Asturias, Dora Chatzi Rodopoulou
EVENTS CALENDAR