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Time and value at Bath Abbey: Erosion, fragmentation and the role of the replica (2020)
Presentation / Conference
Littlefield, D. (2020, August). Time and value at Bath Abbey: Erosion, fragmentation and the role of the replica. Paper presented at ACHS 2020 Futures, UCL, London UK

Bath Abbey is undergoing a substantial programme of conservation and change; including the removal and reinstatement/replacement of the 847 ledger stones comprising its floor. The floor is, in fact, almost entirely comprised of these burial markers.... Read More about Time and value at Bath Abbey: Erosion, fragmentation and the role of the replica.

The York Street Vaults; learning from the periphery of heritage (2011)
Presentation / Conference
Littlefield, D. (2011, October). The York Street Vaults; learning from the periphery of heritage. Paper presented at Peripheries, AHRA conference

The York Street vaults lie on the periphery of the Roman baths in Bath, England. They form the southern perimeter of this Grade 1 listed site, but they lie beyond the boundary of the museum ‘experience’. The vaults, rich in Roman archeology, sit in d... Read More about The York Street Vaults; learning from the periphery of heritage.

Narrative Space: “Estranged Space; a study at the Roman baths, Bath” (2010)
Presentation / Conference
Littlefield, D. (2010, April). Narrative Space: “Estranged Space; a study at the Roman baths, Bath”. Paper presented at Narrative Space

Paper delivered to the "Narrative Space" conference, organised by the universities of Leicester and Nottingham, April 2010. In this presentation I will explore notions of spatial strangeness and estrangedness. Drawing on a study of the Roman bat... Read More about Narrative Space: “Estranged Space; a study at the Roman baths, Bath”.