9:00 – Welcome and introductory words by Renée Dickason

Reusing and Regenerating Industrial Heritage - chair: Aurore Caignet

9:30 – Damien Bruneau(independent researcher, Brittany, France)
"No buildings were harmed": royal dockyards' industrial heritage at risk

9:50 – Heike Oevermann (Humboldt Universität zu Berlin, Germany)
Best-Practice in Heritage Management: Joined Conservation and Urban Development: The Case of the UNESCO Industrial Complex Zollverein, Germany

10:10 – Paul Jones (University of Salford, UK)
A Theoretical Framework for Successful Urban Heritage Regeneration Projects Involving Private Sector Development Companies

10:30 – Discussion & break

11:15 – Tim Edensor – keynote speaker (Manchester Metropolitan University, UK)
Experiencing the Past by Happenstance: Coming Across Uncurated Industrial Heritage

12:00 – Discussion followed by lunch

 Representations of Industrial Heritage - chair: Sophie Mesplède

14:00 – Ian Beesley – keynote speaker (photographer, University of Central Lancashire, UK)
Through the Mill

14:50 – Anne-Lise Marin-Lamellet (University of Jean Monnet – Saint Etienne, France)
The East End Regeneration in British Cinema (1962-2012)

15:10 – Isabelle Cases (University of Perpignan Via Domitia, France)
Post-industrial landscapes on film: British specificities

15:30 – Discussion & break

Industrial Heritage: Transformation, Conservation & Memorialisation - chair: Elaine Rees

16:20 – Joana Etchart (University of Paris-Sorbonne, France)
Contrasting the memorials dedicated to the Titanic in Belfast and Liverpool

16:40 Laurence Gouriévidis (Clermont Auvergne University, France)
Safeguarding Ayrshire’s coalmining heritage: the case of Barony A Frame, Auchinleck

17:00 – Discussion

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