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Pioneer of precious taonga conservation: Dilys Johns

Dilys Johns, a Senior Research Fellow in Anthropology at the University of Auckland, has received a lifetime achievement award for her work conserving taonga found in wet sites throughout Aotearoa.

A Fellow of the International Institute for Conservation and director of the Conservation Laboratory at the University of Auckland, Dilys Johns was recently honoured with a Lifetime Achievement Award from the International Council of Museums Committee for Conservation.

Book Review: Cultural Heritage and the Future

Cultural Heritage and the Future. Book cover, courtesy of Routledge.

Reviewed by Jane Henderson

Cultural Heritage and the Future
Edited by Cornelius Holthoff and Anders Hogberg
Routledge: London (2021)
300 pages
Hardback $170 / Paperback $49.95 / eBook $44.95
eBook ISBN9781315644615

Next thematic issue of Revista PH

The next thematic issue of Revista PH (; ISSN: 2340-7565), online publication is scheduled for October 2023.

This publication offers a detailed study of green technologies, non-destructive, non-invasive technologies for sustainability, applied to the characterization, diagnosis and conservation of cultural heritage.

IRUG15 September 26 - 29, Tokyo, Japan, third call and reminder

IRUG15 is now confirmed for 26 - 29 September 2023 (Tuesday to Friday), with Wednesday 27 September taken up by the (optional and limited) reflectance techniques workshop. Details can be found in the attached third call pdf. Also please find the registration form for the conference and separate registration form for the workshop attached.


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