This collection of articles delve on seminal thoughts on Philippine heritage management. It features history of Philippine museums, Filipino translation of Australia’s Burra Charter and the importance of cultural heritage mapping in sustainable development.
This two volume compendium of articles and dictionary on Philippine Wood is a valuable reference for material science. Volume One tackles wood and its uses from the Pre-Hispanic to Spanish colonial Philippines. Volume Two is a lexicon of wood terms from the 16th to the 19th century sources.
This journal on the church heritage of the Philippines gathers the studies and papers presented in the Biennial Conferences of the CBCP Episcopal Commission for the Cultural Heritage of the Church (CBCP-ECCHC).
This booklet is a compilation of commonly used heritage and conservation terminologies. Each concept, translated in Filipino, is explained with etymology, meaning sourced from various journals and charters, illustrated through a representative drawing.
The conservation management plan of the Buscada Mortuary Chapel of Basey, Samar underscores the history of the chapel, its significance, multidisciplinary analysis through architectural history, comparative study, object material analysis, social value inquiry, and interior space assessment.
This conservation management plan of the UST Main Building highlights the history of the university’s Main Building, its significance, the conservation principles and strategies developed to sustain its meaning amidst rapid change and development.