The research projects in the SPP “Cultural Heritage Construction” are interdisciplinary in nature and the researchers represent a wide range of disciplines.
The annual Common Ground Workshop, supported by external speakers, therefore aims to create common foundations – a common ground with regard to the fields of history of construction technology, engineering sciences and monument theory and to discuss them together.
The second workshop of our series will take place on 11.10.2022 in Dessau and will deal with the monument values of constructions of high modern age, with relevance to the history of building technology.
We were able to attract three speakers on the following topics:
Preservation of technical and industrial monuments – We are primarily interested in the question of what special features make up the preservation of technical and industrial monuments and how it differs from, or is affiliated with, other monument preservation disciplines. Which methods and techniques are used and to what extent have they changed over time?
State preservation of historical monuments – How is preservation of monuments implemented in practice and what instruments can state preservation of historical monuments use? Are there significant differences in the individual federal states and can or should these be standardized?
Positions on Historic Preservation – In addition to these questions, we will discuss current positions in historic preservation of monuments and then discuss them together.
Other events in this series:
– Common Ground Monthly Meeting
– Common Ground #1 – History of Construction Technology
The organization team of the Common Ground consists of Jens Fischer (Universität Kassel), Annkathrin Heinrich (TU Braunschweig), Elisabeth Hinz (TU München), Johanna Monka-Birkner (TU Dresden), Franziska Rehde (TU Dresden), Moritz Reinäcker (Niersächsächsisches Landesamt f. Denkmalpflege), Benjamin Schmid (Universität Innsbruck), Alexandra Schmölder (Uni Bamberg), Mareike Stöber (TU München).