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Dr. Britt Baillie

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Local Address: Jerusalem, Israel
University of Cambridge
Downing Street
Cambridge , Cambridgeshire CB2 3EH
United Kingdom

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Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Research Fellow
    Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam


  • PhD , Archaeology and Heritage Management
    University of Cambridge
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Britt Baillie, 1 May 2015 [cached]
Dr Britt Baillie
Britt Baillie completed her PhD in Archaeology and Heritage Management at the Department of Archaeology, University of Cambridge. Her thesis title was 'The Wounded Church: War, Destruction and Reconstruction of Vukovar's religious heritage'. In 2009 she was the primary lecturer for the undergraduate Heritage Module at the Department of Archaeology, University of Cambridge. She has also contributed to the International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property's forthcoming 'Living Heritage: A Handbook'. Her current research focuses on Jerusalem's landscape, heritage and environment. Britt Baillie's current research interest include: the politicization of cultural heritage, memory and identity, religious uses and concepts of space, and theories of destruction. Her work with Conflict in Cities focuses on the changing landscape of East Jerusalem. Britt Baillie has recently featured in National Geographic's documentary entitled 'Viking Apocalypse' in which she explores the fate of 54 beheaded skeletons found in a mass-grave in Dorset, UK.
Britt is the web-manager for this website. She is also one of the coordinators of the Heritage Research Group.
Link To: personal page of Britt Baillie
Dr Britt Baillie Architecture, University of Cambridge (Jerusalem)
Dr Britt Baillie Architecture, University of Cambridge (Jerusalem)
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Research Members — Centre for Urban Conflicts Research, 27 April 2015 [cached]
Dr Britt Baillie, PhD
Dr Britt Baillie, PhD Research Member
News and Events, 1 June 2009 [cached]
New Urban Geography review of 'Locating Urban Conflicts' edited by Wendy Pullan and Britt Baillie
Baillie presents CinC research for Cambridge International Development course CinC Research Associate Britt Baillie presented CinC's findings to students undertaking the Certificate in International Development at the Institute for Continuing Education, University of Cambridge on 8 May.
Course based on CinC research to be taught at ICE CinC researchers Britt Baillie and Craig Larkin will teach a course based on the research of CinC entitled: Divided cities: fractured pasts, walls and buffer zones on 14-16 June 2013 at Madingley Hall, Institute of Continuing Education, Cambridge.
Baillie presents CinC research at Memories of Conflicts, Conflicts of Memory CinC Research Associate Britt Baillie will present a paper entitled: Memory and 'Conflict-Time' in the Contested Cities of Jerusalem and Vukovar at the Memores of Conflict, Conflict of Memory conference, Senate House London on 13 February.
Baillie presents CinC research at CRASSH CinC Research Associate Britt Baillie will present a paper entitled: Rebordering Jerusalem: Landscaping through World Heritage and the Wall for the Taking Place Seminar Series on 28 January 5-7 in the Alison Richards Building.
Baillie presents CinC research at the University of Brighton CinC Research Associate Britt Baillie will present a paper entitled: 'Memory and Landscape in Jerusalem' at the Centre for Research in Memory, Narrative and Histories.
Baillie presents CinC research at UCS Date and Time: 17/12/2012 16:30 - 18:00 Location: W602, UCS Waterfront Building, Neptune Quay, Ipswich. CinC Research Associate Britt Baillie presented a lecture for University Campus Suffolk's Heritage Research Seminar. Her presentation shared recent Conflict in Cities and the Contested State research which explores the role of heritage in landscaping the contested city of Jerusalem.
Britt Baillie will be a visiting scholar at the Netherlands Institute of Advanced Study in December 2012 as a guest of the Terrorscapes: Transnational Memory of Totalitarian Terror and Genocide in Postwar Europe Project. As part of her visit, she will be presenting recent work on Vukovar at a seminar on 11 December.
CinC Briefing Papers Press Coverage An article on the Conflict in Cities and the Contested State Briefing Papers featured on the Cambridge University Website and can be accessed here. Wendy Pullan and Britt Baillie were interviewed by Phonic FM on 9 November 2012 about the project's findings.
Baillie presents CinC research as part of Cambridge University's 'Inspiring Ideas' event CinC Research Associate Britt Baillie presented a lecture for the University's 'Inspiring Ideas' event which is part of the build up to the 2012 Festival of Ideas. Dr. Baillie's lecture 'Politics of the Past in Contested Cities' was covered in a news story on the university's website.
Baillie presents CinC research as part of the Cambridge Heritage Fair CinC Research Associate Britt Baillie will present and overview of CinC's heritage research at the Cambridge Heritage Fair, McDonald Seminar Room, Department of Archaeology, University of Cambridge, 10 October 4:30.
Britt Baillie presents CinC research as part of the UN's Peace One Day events CinC Research Associate Britt Baillie presented and overview of CinC's research and ran two workshops for over 50 14-18 year olds at Parkside Community College (see this link for coverage in their newsletter) and Cottenham School on 24 and 25 September 2012 as part of the UN's Peace One Day initiative. In addition, Dr. Baillie served as a judge at a debate competition hosted by Hills Road College at which teams from six Cambridge colleges probed questions to do with peace. Dr. Baillie was invited present and participate in these events by the South Cambridge Rotary Club.
New Working Paper by Britt Baillie CinC Research Associate Britt Baillie submitted a paper to the Conflict in Cities Working Paper Series. Please download it here: Vukovar's Divided Memory: The Reification of Ethnicity through Memorialisation
It will include contributions from Project members Prof. Liam O'Dowd, Dr Martina McKnight and Dr. Wendy Pullan, Dr. Britt Baillie as well as a number of key scholars including Prof. Robert Hayden, University of Pittsburgh, Prof John Eade, Roehampton University London, Prof. Ian Reader, University of Manchester, Prof. Nezar AlSayyad, University of California Berkeley and Dr. Colette Harris, University of East Anglia.
Baillie, B. (5 June 2012) Introduction to the Deconstructing the Dark: A Critical Approach to Dark Heritage panel, Association of Critical Heritage Studies Inaugural Conference, University of Gothenburg.
Baillie, B. (3 July 2012) 'The Dudik Memorial Complex: Heritage as 'Resistance' in a Contested City' Contested Histories and the Parameters of 'Resistance', University of York.
Wendy Pullan will give a paper entitled: 'Spatial Discontinuities in Contested Cities', Britt Baillie will give a paper entitled: 'Core Dilemmas: Reconstructing Vukovar's Historic Centre' and Anita Bakshi will also give a paper entitled: A Resource of Memory: Researching Nicosia's Buffer Zone at the City Seminar Workshop, CRAASH, University of Cambridge, 13 May.
Baillie to present at the Heritage of Memorials and Commemorations Seminar Britt Baillie will give a paper entitled: 'Problematic Patrimony: The Role of an 'Obsolete' Memorial in Vukovar' at The Heritage of Memorials and Commemorations-12th Cambridge Heritage Seminar, 15-16 April.
Britt Baillie to present the Conflict in Cities project at the Heritage Fair Britt Baillie will present a brief overview of the Conflict in Cities project at the Cambridge Heritage Fair hosted by the Heritage Research Group and Cultural Heritage and the Re-construction of Identities after Conflict (CRIC) on October 25th 2010 at the McDonald Institute, Department of Archaeology, University of Cambridge.
Mick Dumper, Craig Larkin, Britt Baillie, Kelsey Shanks and Karl O'Connor will present aspects of their work at the Ethno-Politics and Intervention in a Globalised World Conference (27th - 30th June 2010) hosted by the Exeter Centre for Ethno-Political Studies (EXCEPS).
The team will present the following papers: Mick Dumper: Securing sacred sites-The changing Israeli security regime over the Holy Places of Jerusalem; Craig Larkin: The Islamic Movement within Israel and the battle for Jerusalem; Britt Baillie: Stayees/Returnees and the making of the Vukovar heritagescape; Kelsey Shanks: Segregated Education As An Ethnic Defense Strategy - The Case Of The Turkmen Community Of Kirkuk and Karl O'Connor: Belfast revisited: Colourful policy making within a divided urban environment - Does power-sharing change the nature of public policy?
The Conflict in Cities Cambridge team is happy to announce that it has hired two new Research Associates: Yair Wallach who will be investigating shared spaces in Jerusalem and Britt Baillie who will be exploring Jerusalem's landscape with emphasis on its green spaces
Britt Baillie - Home, 16 Sept 2012 [cached]
Britt Baillie
Research by Pullan, Baillie and Karkaby has focused on the impact of the wall on the archaeologically rich and environmentally sensitive Refaim Valley-'the bread basket of Jerusalem'.
Britt Baillie was part of the exhibition design team. She also authored three of the exhibition's photo-essays: Living With Dangerous Spaces: Ruins in Vukovar, Urban Allusions in Contested Cities, and Vanishing Walaja: Changing Landscape in South Jerusalem.
Britt Baillie designed this course and gave the following lectures: 'Introducing dark tourism and heritage that hurts', 'Politics of the past: managing heritage that hurts', and 'Atrocity Authenticity?: interpreting and selling atrocity'.
Copyright © 2008 Britt Baillie. Site design by Duck & Cover Media Ltd.
Heritage Research at Cambridge - Heritage Research Group, University of Cambridge, 16 Sept 2012 [cached]
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