Bulletin 90 Published

Bulletin 90 Published


Photo Caption: The flare tip on the Murchison oil platform is a synecdoche for the rig as a whole. Photo Canadian Natural Resources.


TICCIH Bulletin No. 90 has been published and distributed electronically to all current TICCIH members.

Contents of Bulletin No. 90:

  • WHY JOIN TICCIH?: Mirhan Damir

REPORT

  • DEINDUSTRIALIZATION AND THE POLITICS OF OUR TIME PART 2: Stefan Berger and Steven High
WORLDWIDE
  • THE ‘WHY’ OF RAILWAY INDUSTRIAL HERITAGE: Vinita Srivastava
  • RESURRECTING A COLORADO RAILROAD TOWN: Z. P. Liollio
  • RECONSTRUCTION OF THE SIMANOV FLOUR MILL: Nadezhda Solonina and Olga Shipitsyna
  • PRESERVING FLORIDA’S INDUSTRIAL PAST: Mariah Justice
  • THE UNION CHAIN BRIDGE AT 200: Matthew Storey
  • HISTORIC CANAL RESTORATIONS: Krsta Pašković and David Edwards-May
  • THE RETURN OF THE PUTTING OUT SYSTEM: James Douet
INDUSTRIAL MUSEUMS
  • COLLECTING BIG STUFF: OIL AND GAS AT NATIONAL MUSEUMS SCOTLAND: Ellie Swinbank
TICCIH NEWS
  • LESS THAN A YEAR TILL MONTREAL 2021: Miles Oglethorpe, TICCIH President
  • OUR GLOBAL NETWORKING AND MEMBERSHIP CAMPAIGN: Marion Steiner, TICCH Secretary General
CONFERENCE REPORTS
  • INDUSTRIAL HERITAGE IN THE COVID19 AFTERMATH: Francesco Antoniol 
  • V RAILWAY HISTORY AND HERITAGE INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS INDIA-TAIWAN FORUM ON RAILWAY CULTURAL HERITAGE: Moulshri Joshi
BOOK REVIEW
  • INDUSTRIAL HERITAGE IN SHANGHAI, REUSE AND CONTEXT, Edoardo Currà: Massimo Preite
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