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From the Publisher“…the authors, experts in their disciplines and capable writers of clear, solid prose, guide us unfailingly through the issues and the regions.”
— MUSEUM, the magazine of the American Association of Museums
“…in this book we have our first effort at a genuinely objective assessment and coherent international perception of the accomplishments of individual nations."
—Marek Baranski in Conservation News – Journal of the Association of Monument Conservators, (Warsaw)
“This is a great textbook for students of international architectural conservation, as it boldly seeks to describe the historical and theoretical roots of heritage conservation, the current organizational structure and key elements of practice on a continental, regional and then national basis, starting with Europe (from Ireland to Azerbaijan and including Iceland and Greenland) and ending across the Atlantic (from Canada to Chile including the Caribbean). Endnotes abound.”
—Journal of Architectural Conservation, (British)