Outreach of the project

Interview in radio

About the impact of Marie Curie Fellowships Signature of petitions Participation to a Photovoice session for the conservation of a Modernist building
Initiativa Favorit (the conversion of a Modernist postwar cinema in my birth quarter in Bucharest): 19th of May 2011 Photos

Submission of photography to conference related contests
  1. EGU photocontest
  2. ESF-COST conference "Understanding extreme geohazards"

Reports in newspapers on participatory approaches:

Reports in newsletters on photography related articles
Inclusion in ICOMOS documentation of some featured articles and photos
Inclusion in news and blogs of featured articles and photos
Reproduction request of photos on Wuthering Heights landscape (also included in the published book) and on the Szecheny castle in Balatonfüred (also presented as invited speaker in Baile Herculane).

Participation to architecture photography competitions (featuring for example above mentioned Hala Matache - a photojournalism example).

One combination of photography and participatory involvment in protection of monuments is given by the World Monuments Fund

Book feedback Role in associations

Regarding the envisaged cooperation with DOCOMOMO (DOcumentation and COnservation of the MOdern MOvement) stated in the project proposal this was done with the German chapter participating at the meetings in 2008 and 2009, since the Romanian chapter has been closed. Thus, the project could not serve reviving this chapter. Instead, it was adhered to the ICOMOS (International Council of Monuments and Sites) Romanian chapter, also an intergovernamental organization: associate member of the International Scientific Committee on the Analysis and Restoration of Structures of Architectural Heritage of the ICOMOS (ISCARSAH). She is in course of being admitted to that on the Economics of Conservation following her work, including in this project (ISCEC, the meeting to formaly examine the documents will be held on February 10th 2011, also a socio-economic aspect) and applied for the Committee on 20th century heritage (IS20C), which follows the same aims as DOCOMOMO. The president of the ICOMOS Romanian chapter is the head of the chair at the University where the fellow obtained a half-time researcher position.
The fellow was accepted as fellow at the ICCROM (The International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property) in Rome, Italy (the country of the initial Marie Curie Fellowship), for January-March 2011, which was a stay envisaged in the project proposal, but the ICCROM has run out of funds and the project was also over by that time, so it had to be renounced.

Facebook page for the project (on the left on the start page of this site)

Scientific blog (applied for one in Nature Network, but not approved (yet))

Wikipedia pages on selected buildings and/or architects are on the way (ex. a page on József Vágo the architect is not completed - left in red).


Reports in newsletters

Contact with the press
Dr. M.R. Zolfaghari, speaker at the session which we organised NH9.07 Natural Hazards Impact on Urban Areas and Infrastructure, at the EGU - 1st General Assembly, Nice, France, 25–30 April 2004 took part in the press room programme (formerly available at for the session on the "Bam Earthquake of 26 Dec 2003, Iran – First Results" on Wednesday, the 28th of April, between 9 and 10 a.m.

Science popularisation sessions
Science career publications

To be completed