Modeli upravljanja i prezentacije graditeljskog nasleđa u urbanim područjima i implementacija u Srbiji
AuthorŽivaljević Luksor, Nataša Č.
Committee membersMako, Vladimir
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The subject of the research in this doctoral thesis has included defining new methods of management and presentation of the architectural heritage and the possibility of their application in Serbia. The latest generation of immovable cultural heritage management methods, is based on the modernized evaluation of heritage and its role in urban development, in accordance with the principles of sustainable development. Previous analysis of the subject of research has shown that the place and role of immovable cultural heritage in urban development changed during the twentieth century, and especially since its end until today, which deserves more detailed research of change in resolving problems related to treatment of built heritage. Along with the adoption of the concept of sustainable development in the 1980s, the process of reviewing of decision making process on architectural heritage and its economic role in the development of urban areas began. In the first decade of t...he XXI century, this discourse has led to the development of new methods for the management of cultural heritage, taking into account not only cultural but also economic value of heritage. During the same period, presentation of cultural heritage has been continuously upgraded. The presentation, which serves experts to denoting of carefully planned content, is in interdependence with the interpretation, which undermines a set of activities aimed at increasing the understanding and knowledge about cultural heritage. The research topic of this thesis has included spatial problems of presentation and interpretation of architectural heritage, particularly archaeological sites, and other, predominantly urban and architectural, aspects of the problem. In the next step, the possibilities of application of modern models of representation of architectural heritage in the urban area, integrated into new models of governance, in Serbia, have been researched. The applicability of the method is validated through governance models and presentations of architectural heritage in the urban area of Nis, which is characterized by a rich archaeological heritage from prehistory, antiquity and the Middle Ages. Due to the continuous development of settlements from prehistoric times to the present, a large part of the archaeological heritage is trapped beneath the modern city, which has a significant influence on urban development and prerequisites change of existing conservation strategy of immovable cultural heritage.
Faculty:University of Niš, Faculty of Civil Engineering and Architecture
- Development of new information and communication technologies, based on advanced mathematical methods, with applications in medicine, telecommunications, power systems, protection of national heritage and education (RS-44006)