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03 Jul 2011

International Committee for the Conservation of the Industrial Heritage (TICCIH)

TICCIH is the international organisation for industrial archaeology and the industrial heritage. Its aim is to study, protect, conserve and explain the remains of industrialisation. TICCIH is the world organisation representing industrial heritage and is special adviser to ICOMOS on industrial heritage.

This wide field includes the material remains of industry - industrial sites, buildings and architecture, plant, machinery and equipment - as well as housing, industrial settlements, industrial landscapes, products and processes, and documentation of the industrial society.

Members of TICCIH come from all over the world and include historians, conservators, museum curators, researchers, students, teachers, heritage professionals and anyone with an interest in the development of industry and industrial society.

The TICCIH Bulletin is published and distributed four times a year and is sent free to members. The EditorĀ“s policy is to concentrate on methodological themes that can be of interest in different parts of the world, and news of projectes, activities, meetings and conferences in which TICCIH members are likely to be involved.