Notes from the expert meeting on textiles
We hope that 2021 will permit the concluding workshop in the series in Lodz, Poland and an opportunity to present a comparative study report to the TICCIH Congress in Montreal.
Below please find materials for download related to the TICCIH Textile Section expert meeting, held virtually 24 April 2020.
Mark Watson – Introduction (PDF of slide presentation)
Cities and Historic Textile Complexes Meeting Brochure
PDFs of Slide Presentations:
Michael Hanak – “Carl Arnold Séquin-Bronner, the Common Denominator”
Lukáš Beran – “Carl Arnold Séquin-Bronner, the Common Denominator / part II”
Maciej Ma̧dry – “Linen industry on Lower Silesia”
Kathleen Moermanns – “Future of Mills in Ghent”
Heike Oevermann – “Historic Urban Textile Mills: Conservation and Conversion”
Ogirenko Andrey – “Preservation Issues Concerning Textile Industry Heritage Properties in Moscow and Central Russia: From Conceptual Substantiation to the Creation of Historical Clusters”
Kerstin Renz – “Planned Conversion: The Spinning and Weaving Mill Heinrich Otto Söhne in Wendlingen am Neckar 1885-1928”
Julia Sowińska-Heim – “Łódź – Identity, Conservation and Conversion”
Mark Watson – “The Comparative Thematic Study by TICCIH of Textile Sites”
Neera Adarkar – Lost Opportunity: “Industrial Heritage of Mumbai’s Textile Mill District” Adarkar – Part 1 | Adarkar – Part 2