Publications

PERICLES will publish project results in academic journals and as policy briefs, editorials, and in the popular press.  Critically, outreach activities are also planned to share the knowledge through other means such as social media, museum and school activities, and through workshops and conferences. 

Some examples include:

  • A review article (scientific journal manuscript) of PERICLES’ three pillars concept for sustainable Cultural heritage utilization
  • A policy brief, identifying good practices of policy integration of CH and maritime policies
  • Booklets and e-books on our case studies
  • Capacity-building courses
  • Organization of symposia
  • Tools Handbook
  • Ethnographic documentary
  • Report (deliverable) to the Commission

As the project progresses publications will be listed.

List of reports (dleiverables) to be submitted to European Commission: 

  • D1.1 PERICLES Intranet with project templates and guidelines
  • D1.2 Project Management Plan
  • D1.3 Data Management Plan
  • D1.5 First Annual report on gender dimensions of PERICLES
  • D1.6 Minutes of the first Annual Meeting
  • D1.7 Minutes of the second Annual Meeting
  • D1.8 Second Annual report on gender dimensions of PERICLES
  • D1.9 Third Annual report on gender dimensions of PERICLES
  • D1.10 Summary of the final meeting
  • D2.1 Internal report of the key indicators and cross cutting themes in PERICLES CS
  • D2.2 An internal report providing input from Task2.4 for the participatory governance framework
  • D2.3 Synthesis paper (publishable quality journal manuscript) of the three pillars concept for sustainable CH utilization
  • D2.4 Internal report, synthesizing results of Tasks 2.1-2.6 for internal use in WPs 3, 4 and 5.
  • D3.1 Interactive online CH mapping portal
  • D3.2 Portal data layer summary report
  • D3.3 Internal Report on Initial method and tool review
  • D4.1 The maritime cultural heritage at risk; A review of CH at risk and commonly applied risk management strategies
  • D4.2 Expert knowledge and social representations of maritime cultural heritage at risk : an empirical gap analysis
  • D4.3 A participatory risk assessment and sustainable exploitation framework for maritime cultural heritage (draft)
  • D4.4 A participatory risk assessment and sustainable exploitation framework for maritime cultural heritage (final)
  • D5.1 Comprehensive policy review report
  • D5.2 Internal Report on stakeholder interviews
  • D5.3 Report on the integration of and coordination of CH policies within ICZM and MSP
  • D5.4 Report on policy related aspects of the demonstrations
  • D5.5 Policy brief, identifying good practices of policy integration of CH and maritime policies (year 1)
  • D5.6 Policy brief, identifying good practices of policy integration of CH and maritime policies (year 2)
  • D5.7 Policy brief, identifying good practices of policy integration of CH and maritime policies (year 3)
  • D6.1 Internal Annotated Table relevant stakeholders within each case study
  • D6.2 Space created on the online portal for stakeholder interactions
  • D6.3 Report on good practice for CH management
  • D7.1 Booklets and e-booklets with CH trails
  • D7.2 Education materials
  • D7.3 Handbook with education material about practical methods and tools for understanding, preserving and benefitting from CH
  • D7.4 Ethnographic documentary

Aknowledgement

This project has received funding from the European Commission Union's Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation programme under Grant Agreement No. 770504