Date: Wednesday, January 17, 2024
Time: 1:30pm EST
Recording Now Available here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I5L9P_oxT5M&t=2s
This webinar discussed the collaborative nature of the heritage field and how emerging professionals are being prepared to advance the practice and support communities.
Learners, teachers, professionals, decision-makers, museums, and heritage organizations attended this webinar.
Dr. Inanloo Dailoo is the most recent winner of the ICOM Canada International Achievement Award for 2023.
Dr. Shabnam Inanloo Dailoo is Associate Professor and Director of Heritage Resources Management, and Associate Dean, Strategic Initiatives within the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at Athabasca University. She has two decades of national and international experience in heritage conservation theory and practice.
She holds a PhD in Environmental Design from the University of Calgary. She completed her post-doctoral research with the Canada Research Chair on Built Heritage at the Université de Montréal. Her current research examines the existing policies, guidelines, and procedures in conservation and management of World Heritage sites; heritage education in Canada; and heritage documentation and conservation and climate impact.
Dr. Inanloo Dailoo coordinated the 2022 ICCROM International Summer School on Teaching and Communication Skills in Conservation and Science. She is the Co-Chair of the National Roundtable on Heritage Education and the Canadian Chapter of the Association of Critical Heritage Studies. She was a board member of ICOM Canada and currently serves as a governor of the National Trust for Canada, board member of ICOMOS Canada, member of ICOMOS International Scientific Committee on Education and Training (CIF), and ICOM International Committee for the Training of Personnel (ICTOP). She is Athabasca University’s focal point for the Climate Heritage Network.