Urban and Cultural Heritage
The interpretation, management and conservation of urban and cultural heritage is increasingly a matter of urgency and significance for global cities and communities. Challenges for heritage professionals include the pressures of rapid urbanisation; issues of economic and environmental sustainability; and social change.
Find out about the coursework and research programs in Urban and Cultural Heritage:
Dr Pablo Fuentenebro Alonso, Postdoctoral Research Fellow in International Urban Politics
Professor Philip Goad, Redmond Barry Distinguished Professor and Chair of Architecture
Dr Karen Olsen, Research Fellow Rural Remote and Indigenous Landscapes
Dr Katti Williams, Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Professor Julie Willis, Dean