Current General Editors
Coralie Acheson – I am an AHRC CDA PhD candidate at the Ironbridge Institute at the University of Birmingham. My research is exploring the ways in which tourists engage with the values of a World Heritage Site. I’ve worked in commercial archaeology in the UK for a number of years, in both urban and rural contexts, and both as a field archaeologist and in planning consultancy. I have an undergraduate degree in archaeology and an MA in Managing Archaeological Sites. In addition to those encompassed within the PhD my research interests include the ways in which we can creatively expand access to the historic environment, landscape and the ways in which it is negotiated, and the archaeologies of displacement.
Joe Raine- I am an AHRC CDA PhD candidate based at the Ironbridge International Institute for Cultural Heritage within the University of Birmingham and my research is on the communication of Industrial Heritage, particularly within a World Heritage context. I previously graduated with a BA in Archaeology and Ancient Civilisations and MA in Museums and Artefact Studies from Durham University and have a particular interest in industrial, sporting and conflict heritage along with museums and interpretation.
Małgorzata Trelka an AHRC CDA PhD candidate in Cultural Heritage at the Ironbridge Institute. Her research aims to explore the relationship between ‘community’ and World Heritage with particular emphasis on the possibility of the inclusion of an alternative value system in the management of WHS. She is an archaeologist holding an MA in both, Medieval Archaeology and Public Archaeology. She has considerable experience working in commercial urban archaeology in the UK. She worked as an intern in the Culture Department of UNESCO Bangkok, where she coordinated the Museum Capacity Building Programme for Asia and the Pacific undertaken by UNESCO and the Asian Academy for Heritage Management. In 2009, she was a rapporteur for the Intangible Cultural Heritage Field School in Lamphun, Thailand. In 2010 Małgorzata took up a post with the National Heritage Board of Poland, where she eventually became Head of the Heritage Policy Department tasked with the implementation of the UNESCO 1972 and 2003 conventions.
With assistance from: Sam Paul, Sarah Howard, Peter Brown, Pat Bougsaslip, Yanwei Han, Elena Perez-Alvaro, Gilly Reynolds, Kiara Beaulieu and Richard Bigambo.
Past General Editors
Jamie Davies- My AHRC CDA PhD research at the Ironbridge Institute is on Education at World Heritage Sites- How are World Heritage Values communicated within the formal learning process. I am currently a teaching fellow in cultural heritage at the Ironbridge Institute. I hold a Archaeology BA and International Cultural Heritage Management MA from Durham University. Outside of my PhD research my interests are Digital Heritage, Maritime Heritage and Community Heritage. I am a Heritage Lottery Fund Wales Committee Member, Vice Chairman of MOROL- Institute of Welsh Maritime Historical Studies and Trustee and Committee Member for the Llŷn Maritime Museum.