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Dr Ataa Alsalloum BArch, MA & PhD

Lecturer in Architecture and Urban Heritage Architecture

    Publications

    2019

    Collective memory as a criterion for re-nomination on the World Heritage List in post-conflict Syria (Conference Paper)

    Alsalloum, A. (2019). Collective memory as a criterion for re-nomination on the World Heritage List in post-conflict Syria. In https://memory.lcir.co.uk/. Oxford, UK.

    Towards a Heritage-Led Sustainable Post-Conflict Reconciliation: A Policy-Led Perspective (Journal article)

    Alsalloum, A., & Brown, A. (2019). Towards a Heritage-Led Sustainable Post-Conflict Reconciliation: A Policy-Led Perspective. Sustainability, 11(6). doi:10.3390/su11061686

    DOI: 10.3390/su11061686

    Rebuilding and Reconciliation in Old Aleppo: the Historic Urban Landscape Perspectives (Chapter)

    Alsalloum, A. (2019). Rebuilding and Reconciliation in Old Aleppo: the Historic Urban Landscape Perspectives. In A. Pereira Roders, & F. Bandarin (Eds.), Reshaping the Future of Conservation. The Historic Urban Landscape Approach in Action (Vol. 2, pp. 55-77). Springer. doi:10.1007/978-981-10-8887-2_3

    DOI: 10.1007/978-981-10-8887-2_3

    2018

    Heritage from below: post-conflict reconciliation in Syria (Conference Paper)

    Alsalloum, A., & Bandyopadhyay, S. O. U. M. Y. E. N. (2018, June 13). Heritage from below: post-conflict reconciliation in Syria. In G. Cairns (Ed.), AMPS PROCEEDINGS JOUNRAL SERIES. University of East London.

    Misfat al-'Abriyin, Oman: Designing for Sustainable Tourism (Phase-1) (Design)

    Bandyopadhyay, S., Quattrone, G., & Briguglio, C. (2018). Misfat al-'Abriyin, Oman: Designing for Sustainable Tourism (Phase-1) [Drawn output, using various digital drawing and visualisation media].

    Development in world heritage sites. (Journal article)

    Alsalloum, A. (2018). Development in world heritage sites.. The Building Conservation Directory..

    2017

    Cultural heritage and post-war reconciliation in Syria: Damascus and Aleppo. (Conference Paper)

    Alsalloum, A. (2017). Cultural heritage and post-war reconciliation in Syria: Damascus and Aleppo.. In Heritage Studies: Critical Approaches and New Directions Conference.. British Academy London..

    Rebuilding and Reconciliation in Homs (Journal article)

    Alsalloum, A., & Jackson, I. D. (2017). Rebuilding and Reconciliation in Homs. Bulletin of the Institute of Historical Research.

    The road to recovery: Old Damascus has a long history of rising from the ashes. (Media)

    Alsalloum, A. (2017). The road to recovery: Old Damascus has a long history of rising from the ashes.. [https://theconversation.com/the-road-to-recovery-old-damascus-has-a-long-history-of-rising-from-the-ashes-74340].

    2016

    Al Raha ‘Edessa’: historical development. (Report)

    Alsalloum, A. (2016). Al Raha ‘Edessa’: historical development.: Syrian Cultural and Archaeological Journal. (Arabic).

    The tale of being listed. (Book Review)

    Alsalloum, A. (2016). The tale of being listed.. The tale of being listed., (7), 274-278. Retrieved from http://www.tandfonline.com/

    Virtual Representation of the Built Environment in Architectural and Urban Education (Journal article)

    Al Zeiback, M. A., & Alsalloum, A. (2016). Virtual Representation of the Built Environment in Architectural and Urban Education. Damascus University Journal of Engineering Science., 1717.

    2011

    A New International Instrument: the UNESCO Recommendation on the Historic Urban Landscape, Remarks and Questions. (Report)

    Alsalloum, A. (2011). A New International Instrument: the UNESCO Recommendation on the Historic Urban Landscape, Remarks and Questions.. Retrieved from http://www.intbau.org/resources/documents/

    Heritage-led Sustainable Urban Regeneration: the development of an assessment model for World Heritage Sites cities (Thesis / Dissertation)

    Alsalloum, A. (2011). Heritage-led Sustainable Urban Regeneration: the development of an assessment model for World Heritage Sites cities.

    2010

    Cultural Heritage Policy Documents and their Particular Relevance to the Medina Form. (Conference Paper)

    Alsalloum, A., & Brown, A. (2010). Cultural Heritage Policy Documents and their Particular Relevance to the Medina Form.. In EuroMed 2010 - 3rd International Conference dedicated on Digital Heritage. Budapest.

    Heritage as a Catalyst for Urban Regeneration: Interrogations and Propositions for the World Heritage Site of Liverpool. (Chapter)

    Alsalloum, A., & Brown, A. (2010). Heritage as a Catalyst for Urban Regeneration: Interrogations and Propositions for the World Heritage Site of Liverpool.. In A. Brown (Ed.), Urban Design Future: better city, Better life.. Liverpool: Liverpool School of Architecture..

    2009

    Heritage as a Catalyst for Sustainable Urban Regeneration: the cases of the Monastery of St Francis and the Grainger Town (Conference Paper)

    Alsalloum, A., & Sibley, M. (2009). Heritage as a Catalyst for Sustainable Urban Regeneration: the cases of the Monastery of St Francis and the Grainger Town. In The Joint International Symposium of IAPS-CSBE & Housing Networks 'Revitalising Built Environments: Re-qualifying Old Places For New Uses (pp. to be confirmed). Istanbul: to be confirmed.

    2008

    Urban conservation and sustainability in the world heritage city of Damascus - Syria (Conference Paper)

    Alsalloum, A., & Sibley, M. (2008). Urban conservation and sustainability in the world heritage city of Damascus - Syria. In The Green Line Institute. Portugal.

    2005

    Islamic city Identity: the old city of Homs. (Conference Paper)

    Alsalloum, A. (2005). Islamic city Identity: the old city of Homs.. In Arabic.. Damascus-Syria.

    2004

    The design of new neighbourhoods adjacent to historic cities: Damascus and Homs. (Journal article)

    Alsalloum, A., & Essa, J. (2004). The design of new neighbourhoods adjacent to historic cities: Damascus and Homs.. Journal of Engineering Science..