A Fragile Heritage
Aspects of Historic Glass
Cambridge - Wednesday 6th September 2017



Provisional Programme
article posted 19 July 2017

In the right hand column you will find the provisional programme for the History & Heritage seminar. Each paper is identified by Presenting Author and paper title.

If you wish to access the abstract of any paper, please click on the Presenting Author's name.


Morning Session:

09:00
Keynote Address:

 John Parker 
For good measure: take a glass!
 
09:40
 Natan Capobianco 
Oxidation states of manganese and iron in medieval purple stained glasses
 
10:00
 Gauthier Roisine 
Crystallisation of iron coloured high lead glazes:
Looking for Bernard Palissy's secret (1510-1590)

 
10:20
Refreshments & opportunity to view the posters on display

11:00
Keynote Address:

 Julian Henderson 
Glass from England's Late Bronze Age Pompeii - Must Farm
 
11:40
 Alicia Van Ham-Meert 
A plant ash glass workshop in first century Dibba
 
12:00
 Helen Spencer 
Scottish Medieval Window Glass: Chemical analysis
 
12:20
 Caitlin Phipps 
Protecting historic windows in Scotland -
Developing a tool for monitoring change

 
12:40
 Craig Kennedy 
Characterisation of Scottish laboratory glass
from the 18th and 19th centuries

 
13:00
Lunch & opportunity to view the posters on display


Afternoon Session:

14:00
Keynote Address:

 Andy McConnell 
The Scent bottle - the Jewel in the Glass Crown
 
14:40
 Jianyong Guo 
A new model of painting glass
 
15:00
 Goshka Bialek 
Inner space in sculpture: the use of metal inclusions in glass
 
15:20
Refreshments & opportunity to view the posters on display

16:00
Keynote Address:

 Dedo von Kerssenbrock-Krosigk 
The Glass Museum - A Fragile Institution
 
16:40
 Neil Simpson 
Archival film footage of Alloa Factory producing glass bottles
 
 
17:00
 Marwa Sadek 
Advanced technological methods and
their impact on architectural glass structures