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Henric Benesch, Architect MSA & PhD in Design, HDK. E-mail

Henric Benesch has for the past years been involved in the development of artistic research at HDK - first as PhD-student and then as researcher where his focus has been on design and design-processes in the gap between strategic planning and development and everyday experiences, concerns and aspirations within an urban context.

Ingrid Martins Holmberg, Senior lecturer in Conservation of Built Heritage, Department of Conservation. E-mail

Ingrid Martins Holmberg gained her PhD in 2006. The prized dissertation On the urban surface: On the historicization of Haga put a Foucauldian perspective on the discursive play that successively transformed ordinary urban built environments into heritage objects. In subsequent publications this perspective has been developed also in the direction of ANT. She has been acting director of studies for the BA programme in Built Heritage 2006-2012. Current research concerns Landscape dimensions of Roma heritage (Riksantikvarieämbetet 2012-2014), Gentrification, Urban Renewal & Heritage and Dwelling, commodification and the heritage entrepreneurs.

Clare Melhuish, Urban Laboratory UCL London E-mail

Clare Melhuish is Senior Research Associate in the UCL Urban Laboratory, conducting comparative research on university-led urban regeneration which is informing UCL's plans for the development of a new campus in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park (UCL East). Melhuish is an anthropologist specialising in architecture and the built environment, including Modern Movement architectural heritage and social identity; domestic space and cultures; ethnographic research and urban design and regeneration; and the ethnography of architectural design practice.  Read more here.

Dean Sully, Institute of Archaeology UCL London E-mail

Dean Sully is a lecturer in Conservation at the Institute of Archaeology at UCL. His main areas of research have related to the conservation of organic materials within museum collections. Particularly how the process of conservation is applied; from the use or excavation of an artefact, through to its display and storage in a museum context. Read more here.

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