Grand Pré World Heritage Nomination

  January 22, 2016 with Christophe Rivet Heritage conservation archaeologist, policy analyst, planner, and project manager, Christophe Rivet has contributed to archaeological research projects in Canada, in France and Republic of Georgia, for more than fifteen years. Active both nationally and internationally withICOMOS Canada since 1998, he was elected as its president in May 2015. Christophe is a Honorary Visiting Fellow, Department of Archaeology and Ancient History and holds a PhD in Archaeology from the University of Leicester and a Master’s degree in Conservation of built environment from Université de Montréal. Christophe’s presentation draws from his work as Project Manager for the nomination in 2012 of the Landscape of Grand Pré to the World Heritage List. It will deal more specifically with the different layers of values attributed to this place by the communities that have inhabited it, and the manner in which these were negotiated through the nomination process. The presentation will be given in English and followed by a bilingual discussion.  

 

January 22, 2016

with Christophe Rivet

Heritage conservation archaeologist, policy analyst, planner, and project manager, Christophe Rivet has contributed to archaeological research projects in Canada, in France and Republic of Georgia, for more than fifteen years. Active both nationally and internationally withICOMOS Canada since 1998, he was elected as its president in May 2015. Christophe is a Honorary Visiting Fellow, Department of Archaeology and Ancient History and holds a PhD in Archaeology from the University of Leicester and a Master’s degree in Conservation of built environment from Université de Montréal.

Christophe’s presentation draws from his work as Project Manager for the nomination in 2012 of the Landscape of Grand Pré to the World Heritage List. It will deal more specifically with the different layers of values attributed to this place by the communities that have inhabited it, and the manner in which these were negotiated through the nomination process. The presentation will be given in English and followed by a bilingual discussion.