The Past Beneath Our Feet: UCL's New Institute for Cultural Heritage Sits Upon a Considerable Sedimentary Heritage

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Many members of college will know that as part of an array of inspiring major initiatives for UCL, a new institute, the Institute for Cultural Heritage, is to be built adjacent to the Bloomsbury Theatre on Gordon Street. The new IfCH will promote heritage globally and mark a new dimension for heritage studies in the College. Preparations are well advanced for the new build and some of you will have noticed the ground clearance and surveying activities going on at the site between the Bloomsbury Theatre and 26 Gordon Square; across the road is the Institute of Archaeology.

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Flower, R. & Taylor, R., (2007) “The Past Beneath Our Feet: UCL's New Institute for Cultural Heritage Sits Upon a Considerable Sedimentary Heritage”, Opticon1826 3.

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Roger Flower (UCL)
Robert Taylor (Soil Mechanics Ltd., Berkshire.)

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