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Dr Aylin Orbaslı

BOOKS

Orbaşlı, A. (2008) Architectural Conservation: Principles and Practice, Blackwell, Oxford.

Orbaşlı, A. (2000) Tourists in Historic Towns: Urban Conservation and Heritage Management, Spon Press, London & New York. Korean edition published, 2012.

BOOK CHAPTERS & JOURNAL ARTICLES

Orbaşlı, A. (2009) ‘The conservation of coral buildings on Saudi Arabia’s northern Red Sea coast’ Journal of Architectural Conservation,

Orbaşlı, A. & Woodward, S. (2008) ‘A Railway ‘Route’ as a Linear Heritage Attraction: the Hijaz Railway in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’ Journal of Heritage Tourism, 3(3), pp. 159-175.

Orbaşlı, A. & Woodward, S. (2008) ‘Tourism and Heritage Conservation’ in Handbook of Tourism Studies, (eds Jamal, T. and Robinson, M.), Sage, London, pp. 314-32.

Orbaşlı, A. (2007) ‘Training Conservation Professionals in the Middle East’ Built Environment, 33(3), pp. 307-322.

Orbaşlı, A. (2007) ‘Guidelines for Preparing Management Plans for Prehistoric Sites’ in Management, Education & Prehistory: the Temper Project (eds. I. Hodder & L. Doughty) Cambridge: McDonald Institute Monograph, pp. 69-75.

Doughty, L. & Orbaşlı, A. (2007) ‘Visitor Management at Prehistoric Sites’ in Management, Education & Prehistory: the Temper Project (eds. I. Hodder & L. Doughty) Cambridge: McDonald Institute Monograph, pp. 43-56.

Chowne, P. & Kotsakis, K. & Orbaşlı, A. (2007) ‘Management Plans for Prehistoric Sites’ in Management, Education & Prehistory: the Temper Project (eds. I. Hodder & L. Doughty) Cambridge: McDonald Institute Monograph, pp. 9-19.

Orbaşlı, A. (2006) ‘Tourism and the 'Islamic' Town: social change, conservation and tourism in traditional neighbourhoods’ in Tourism in the Middle East: Continuity, Change and Transformation (ed. R. Daher) Channel View, pp. 161-187.

Orbaşlı, A. & Shaw, S. (2004) ‘Transport and Visitors in Historic Cities’ in Tourism and Transport: Issues and Agendas for the New Millennium, (ed. L.M. Lumsdon & S.J. Page) Amsterdam: Elsevier, pp. 93-104.

Orbaşlı, A. & Whitbourn, P. (2002) ‘Professional Training and Specialisation in Conservation: An ICOMOS Viewpoint’, Journal of Architectural Conservation, 8(3), pp. 61-72.

Orbaşlı, A. (2000) ‘Is Tourism Governing Conservation in Historic Towns?’, Journal of Architectural Conservation, 6(3), pp. 7-19.

Orbaşlı, A. (1997) ‘Aydin’ entry in Encyclopaedia of Vernacular Architecture of the World, (ed. Paul Oliver), Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Alanyalı, S. & Orbaşlı, A. (1997) ‘Bergama’ entry in Encyclopaedia of Vernacular Architecture of the World, (ed. Paul Oliver), Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Orbaşlı, A. (1997) ‘Historic Towns and Tourism in Turkey’ in Sustainable Tourism in the Mediterranean Islands and Small Cities, (eds C. Fsadni and T. Selwyn), Council of Europe, Malta.

Orbaşlı, A. & Cockburn, C. (1997) ‘Marketing Historic Towns: a western approach to urban conservation for tourism’ in Sustainable Tourism in the Mediterranean Islands and Small Cities, (eds Carmel Fsadni and Tom Selwyn), Council of Europe, Malta.

RECENT PUBLICATIONS

Tourists in Historic Towns: Urban Conservation and Visitor Management   Spon Press, 2000

The aim of this book is to provide guidance in tourism development and visitor management for historic towns, in support of sustainable development objectives and community development. The main focus is medium sized historic towns and quarters that are attractive to the tourist market, but historic quarters in large cities and smaller, rural settlements are not excluded. Korean edition published 2012.

Architectural Conservation  Blackwell Publishing, 2008

This book provides a comprehensive introduction to the principles and practice of architectural conservation today for students in built environment and related disciplines and places conservation in its wider physical, social and international context. The subject is considered in the framework of conservation thinking in the early 21st century, reflecting some of the most recent theoretical and technical developments and debate.