Furnace Journal is the postgraduate journal of the Ironbridge International Institute for Cultural Heritage, University of Birmingham.
Issue 4 is on the theme of ‘World Heritage Education’ and hosts a keynote statement by the Focal Point for UNESCO World Heritage Education Programme outlining their vision for World Heritage Education. It also includes three articles by postgraduate authors from the UK, Botswana and India as well as World Heritage Youth summit reviews from the UK, Germany and Ghana. It is the first time a journal has focused on World Heritage Education and the first time World Heritage Youth Summit participants have published work together.
To view the full interactive issue: https://issuu.com/furnacejournal/docs/furnace_issue_4/1
To download individual articles: https://furnacejournal.wordpress.com/edition-one/issue-4-world-heritage-education/
Davies, J. Editorial: World Heritage Education.
Quin, C. Keynote Statement on World Heritage Education (Focal Point for UNESCO World Heritage Education Programme).
Tlatlane, T R. The role of field trips and educational visits for enhancing World Heritage Site education.
Jain, I. Heritage Education: Beyond Hermeneutics and Ontology.
Mitchenson, D. Culture for kids: Engaging 0-5s with World Heritage and Culture.
Taylor, A. Working with young people age 13-25 and World Heritage – A Summit Approach. (Fourth UK UNESCO World Heritage Youth Summit 2015).
Röhlen, H and Maio, R. The World Heritage Young Experts Forum 2015 and the Young Heritage Experts Network: Tools to foster youth involvement within the framework of the World Heritage Convention. (39th World Heritage Committee Session- World Heritage Youth Forum 2015).
Koomson, K A. My cherished memories: World Heritage Youth Forum in retrospect. (First African World Heritage Youth Forum 2016).
Acheson, C. World Heritage and Geography Education: a retrospective view
The call for papers for Issue 5 on ‘World Heritage and Communities’ is out now: https://furnacejournal.wordpress.com/call-for-papers/
Teaching Fellow in Cultural Heritage and PhD Research in World Heritage Education