University Museums Research Symposium 2021 Programme

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November 15 (All timings are in GMT +8)

9AM Opening session
Emcee introduction
9.10AM Welcome Address 1
Dr Christopher Tremewan, Secretary General of APRU
9.20AM Welcome Address 2
Professor Daniel Goh, Associate Provost of Undergraduate Life, National University of Singapore
9.30AM National University of Singapore, Baba House Conservation Video
9.40AM Symposium Opening Keynote
Professor Ho Puay-Peng, Head, Department of Architecture, National University of Singapore. UNESCO Chair onArchitectural Heritage Conservation and Management in Asia
10.10AM Break
Panel 1: Intangible Cultural Heritage
Moderator: Associate Professor Johannes Widodo, Department of Architecture, School of Design and Environment, National University of Singapore
10.20AM Video screening
Heritage and Photography: UNASP Memory Center as ahistorical documentation resource

Emily Bertazzo, Gabriela Abraços, Mariana Tonasso and Rosane Keppke
São Paulo Adventist University (UNASP).
10.30AM Speakers and Talking Titles


The Ghost of Grainger: From Preservation to Storytelling
Rochus Urban Hinkel
Melbourne School of Design, The University of Melbourne.


Raise the Roof: Mapping and Characterizing theTransformations of the Ifugao Bale in the Batad RiceTerraces
Marie Edraline B. Belga, Nappy L. Navarra and Maria Faith Y. Varona
College of Architecture, University of the Philippines –(Diliman Campus)


How to Integrate Architectural Heritage Conservation,Education, and Tourism? The Study Case of Jingjiang Palace (Guilin, China)
Qian Du
Department of Architecture, Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Dong Xiao
Beijing Great Wall Culture Research Institute, Beijing University of Civil Engineering and Architecture


Effective Cultural Heritage Protection: Problematic Laws and Straightening Mindset; Case Study: Laws and Protection of Heritage Sites in Indonesia
Edy Lisdiyono, Liliana Tedjosaputro, Mochamad Riyanto and Ridho Pakina
University of 17 August 1945 Semarang, Indonesia


Commodification or Education: Cultural Tourism Ethicsfrom the Legal Perspective
Yulies Tiena Masriani
Faculty of Law, University of 17 August 1945 Semarang, Indonesia


City Stories: An Interactive Cultural History of EthnicDiversity and Urban Change in Singapore’s Chinatown
Kristy Kang
School of Art, Design and Media, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

12.40PM Lunch
Panel 2: Architectural History
13.40PM Video screening
The Ghost of Grainger: Engaging with heritage through digital storytelling

Rochus Urban Hinkel and Edward Yee
Melbourne School of Design, The University of Melbourne
13.50PM Keynote speaker
Dr Wu Ping-Sheng
Department of Architecture, National Cheng Kung University.
Director, NCKU Museum
14.20PM Speakers and Talking Titles


Built Heritage of Singapore’s Early Tertiary Institutions
Chern Jia Ding
Preservation of Sites and Monuments – A division under theNational Heritage Board


An Acropolis for the new nation: the campus of theUniversity of Havana
Claudia Felipe
University of Havana
Norailys Guerra Hernández
Universidad Iberoamericana de Mexico


History of Anatomical Theaters at the University of Padua
Giovanni Magno and Alberto Zanatta
University Museums Centre CAM, University of Padua


Early Soviet Historiography of Architecture and UrbanForms from the Perspective of Hannes Meyer’s PrivateLibrary in Weimar
Aliaksandr Shuba
Bauhaus-Universität Weimar (Germany) and Univerzita PavlaJozefa Šafárika v Košiciach (Slovakia)


Changes in the social role of a centenary institution on the outskirts of São Paulo
Emily Bertazzo
University of Sao Paulo (USP)


From Saint Ivo’s Palace alla Sapienza to the CityUniversity of Rome: the dialogue between art and architecture within the 1930’s
Eliana Billi and Cecilia de Filippis
Sapienza, University of Rome

16.30PM End


November 16 (All timings are in GMT +8)

9AM Welcome Address 3
Mr Ahmad Mashadi, Head, National University of Singapore Museum
9.10AM Introductory Remarks 1
Professor Florian Knothe, Associate Professor, School ofHumanities, Faculty of Arts, The University of Hong Kong
9.30AM Introductory Remarks 2
Ms Karen Lim, Curator of National University of Singapore,Baba House
9.50AM Break
Panel 3: Urban Planning and Regeneration
Moderator: Professor Ho Puay-Peng, Head, Department ofArchitecture, National University of Singapore. UNESCO Chairon Architectural Heritage Conservation and Management in Asia
10.00AM Special Video Presentation
Victor Chin
10.10AM Keynote speaker
Dr Kinoshita Hikaru
Department of Architecture, Faculty of Environmental andUrban Engineering, Kansai University
10.40AM Speakers and Talking Titles

Representation of cultural heritage in the form of educational space: Situation and characteristics
Narciss Sohrabi
Paris Nanterre University

Cultural Anatomy of Campus Planning: Understanding decolonization through spatial planning of educational spaces through a case study of educational institutions in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India.
Virajitha Chimalapati
George Town World Heritage Incorporated

The Campus as a Garden: The Modern Interpretation ofTraditional Design at the United College Campus (CUHK)
Rico Samuel Diedering
The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK)

How typomorphological analysis inform campus regeneration: A case study of The University of Chicago
Zhuoshu He
National University of Singapore
Minying Cheng
South China University of Technology

The White Heat of Technology – Education in Transition.Modern campus planning at the University of Salford in relation to the Plateglass Universities (1956 – 1967)
Peter Walker, Tanja Poppelreuter and Simon Hadfield
The University of Salford

Nationalism Discipline: Campus of National Central University in China (1930-1937)
Dong Xiaoxiao and Xu Maoyan
School of Architecture, Tsinghua University

Give a past to the future – The Building History of an EastGerman University Campus as an inspiration for future interventions
Richter Elke
Brandenburg Technical University Cottbus-Senftenberg

13.05PM Lunch
Panel 4: Sustainability and Conservation
Moderator: Dr Nikhil Joshi, Department of Architecture School of Design and Environment National University of Singapore
14.05PM Video Screening
The campus of the Paul Valéry University in Montpellier as an architectural heritage object
Cléa Calderoni
Université de Picardie Jules Verne
14.15PM Keynote speaker
Dr Louise Cooke
Archaeology Department, University of York
14.45PM Speakers and Talking Titles

Energy efficiency in historic buildings: Role of Urban BuiltHeritage of Mumbai in managing change and integratingUnited Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals
Kimaya S. Keluskar and Sanaeya E. Vandrewala
Kamla Raheja Vidyanidhi Institute for Architecture and Environmental Studies, Mumbai, India

The 1880 and 2020 Earthquakes and the ArchitecturalHeritage of the University of Zagreb
Dragan Damjanović
Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb, Croatia.

Sustainability and Heritage Development in a World of Change.
Case Study: Universitas Ciputra-Centre for HeritageCreative Studies (UC.CCHS)

Michael N. Kurniawan and Rani Prihatmanti
Universitas Ciputra Centre for Creative HeritageStudies(UC.CCHS), Surabaya-Indonesia

The conversion of 17th-century cellars of former palaces that are now part of university campuses –archaeological and architectural studies that support the activities of university museums.
Hubert Kowalski
Department of Archaeology, University of Warsaw

Gothic Revival past and present at the University of Melbourne
Paola Colleoni
The University of Melbourne

Various evaluations of Toyoda Auditorium in Nagoya University since 1960
Nishizawa Yasuhiko
Graduate School of Environmental Studies, Nagoya University, Japan

16.55PM Ending address
17.05PM End