A full list of all BIAA supported projects since 1947 in Cultural Heritage Management
The promotion, management and regulation of cultural heritage is a complex process involving many different agents and stakeholders on local, national and international levels. It is a critical element of public policy involving a diverse range of actors such as international organisations, governmental ministries and agencies, political parties, private organisations, museums and local communities. How cultural heritage is produced and consumed, interpreted and understood can have profound impacts on structuring social and economic interaction and decision‐making. Likewise, it influences the formation of social values and ideas as well as no ons of common identity and history. It also affects economic and infrastructural development across a range of different levels. Cultural Heritage Management can be related to Restoration, Conservation and Preservation Projects, as well as the investigation of public perception regarding heritage.
Start: 2013 - End: 2019
A joint CHM project (BIAA & Hacettepe University) that builds on results of the Aspendos Archaeological Project and the Pisidia Survey Project.
Start: 2006 - End: 2017
The project aims to understand the appearance and trajectory of sedentary, cultivating, and herding communities in central Anatolia, investing also in Cultural heritage management.
Start: 1995 - End: 2000
A project for studying Çatalhöyük and the nearby village of Küçükköy as the research sites combining anthropology and archaology.
Start: 1962 - End: 1965
Restoration project that aimed to reveal well-preserved Byzantine wall paintings and discovered a group of Aesop Fable illustrations.
Start: 1963 - End: 1964
In 1963 and 1964 May Hamilton and Colin Beattie travelled across Anatolia in an exploration of the Turkish carpet industry.
Start: 1957 - End: 1962
Through this project active between 1957 and 1962. Paintings, frescoes, and other architectural elements were cleaned, restored, and preserved to the extent possible.