Paul Meurs "Inscribing the Colonies of Benevolence in the World-heritage list" Milan, 21 March 2017

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Lecture delivered at the MODSCAPES kick-off event ( held at the Politecnico di Milano, ABC Department (convenor: Cristina Pallini).

Table of Contents

00:05 Introducing the guest lecturer
01:17 1_Lecture start
02:03 2_SteenhuisMeurs Office
02:45 3_Poverty in late 17th century Netherlands
04:39 4_The Benevolent Society
06:37 5_Small farm prototype
07:32 6_Free colony type: agricultural community
08:27 7_Still existing farms
08:38 8_Unfree colonies: labour therapy
09:51 9_Efficient dormitories
10:40 10_Unfree colony type
10:57 11_Two hundred years of evolution
13:46 12_The nomination file
14:59 13_Building the nomination file: a common narrative
18:52 14_Landscape structure
19:27 15_Architectural heritage: Buildings of the Benevolent Society
20:15 16_Architectural heritage: larger institutes
22:12 17_Traditions of Social engineering
22:40 18_Disciplination / conditioned life
23:42 19_Education, training, labour
24:32 20_Moral education
25:42 21_Cultural landscape and agriculture
26:15 22_Gridiron land allotment patterns
27:11 23_Two typologies: the free colonies
27:58 24_Two typologies: the unfree colonies
29:48 25_Agricultural innovation
30:29 26_Associative value
30:51 27_Social initiatives of the elites
31:25 28_A global reference for social experiments
32:22 29_Collective memory and reflexivity
33:05 30_Pageants, festivals, reenactments
33:58 31_Comparative analysis
34:51 32_The nomination process and agenda
35:28 33_The nomination bus
35:57 34_Methodology: maps
36:13 35_Methodology: maps II
36:43 36_Methodology: maps III
36:56 37_Mapping landscape evolution
37:42 38_Methodology: maps IV
38:18 39_Individualities, statistics and administration
39:37 40_Archive tables: georeferenced archival material
40:27 41_Comparative matrix
41:10 42_Management plan
43:55 43_Restoration works, museums and international collaboration
44:42 44_Zero emission colonist houses
45:46 45_Anti-poverty policies
47:04 Question 1
48:55 Question 2
51:52 Question 3

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