Historic Environment-Policy & Practice

(The TQCC of Historic Environment-Policy & Practice is 2. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-10-01 to 2023-10-01.)
Climate Change and Cultural Heritage: A Systematic Literature Review (2016–2020)44
Adaptive Reuse of Heritage Buildings: From a Literature Review to a Model of Practice20
When Loss is More: From Managed Decline to Adaptive Release13
Articulating Loss: A Thematic Framework for Understanding Coastal Heritage Transformations7
Proposed Policy Guidelines for Managing Heritage at Risk Based on Public Engagement and Communicating Climate Change7
A ‘Reuse Projection Framework’ Based on Othello’s Citadel and Cultural Tourism7
A Proposal to Operationalise the Concept of Compatibility in World Heritage Climate Change Policy6
Lessons from the Edge: Assessing the impact and efficacy of digital technologies to stress urgency about climate change and cultural heritage globally6
Structural Functionalism, Social Sustainability and the Historic Environment: A Role for Theory in Urban Regeneration5
Resetting Cultural Heritage Policy and Management Practice - Moderating Mass Tourism in Post-Pandemic Times5
The Image of Railways in China: Museums, Technology and Narratives of Progress5
Climate Change and the Historic Environment5
Impact of Historic Environments on Child’s Cultural Identity and Architectural Heritage Awareness: C.A.T.C.H. (Children-Architects to Create Homes), Erasmus + Project Experience4
After the Fire: Reconstruction following Destructive Fires in Historic Buildings4
Environmental Value for Heritage Conservation and Urban Sustainability: Adaptation in Widely Divergent Climatic Conditions4
Fire prevention in historic buildings – approaches for safe practice4
Neighbourhood Revitalisation and Heritage Conservation through Adaptive Reuse: Assessing Instruments for Commoning4
Re-Evaluating Heritage Waste: Sustaining Material Values through Deconstruction and Reuse4
Heritage Policies in the Neoliberal Arena: Spaces of Exclusion and Gentrification in Urban World Heritage Sites4
A Century of Archaeological Heritage Protection and Exhibition in China3
Context and Knowledge for Functional Buildings from the Industrial Revolution Using Heritage Railway Signal Boxes as an Exemplar3
Heritage and the Pandemic: An Early Response to the Restrictions of COVID-19 by the Heritage Sector in England3
Energy and Seismic Retrofit of Historic Buildings in New Zealand: Reflections on Current Policies and Practice3
Improving The Urban Qualities Of Historic Streets in Jeddah2
Borderlands: Rethinking Archaeological Research Frameworks2
Conserving a Valley System: Measuring the Effectiveness of the Shaxi Rehabilitation Project and Its Potential as a Model for the Conservation of Chinese Agricultural Heritage2
The Circus Buildings of the Former USSR: An Exceptional Landmark of International Modernism2
Policy Review: Valuing Culture and Heritage Capital: A Framework Towards Informing Decision Making2
The Governance Context for Adaptive Heritage Reuse: A Review and Typology of Fifteen European Countries2
Expanding the Narratives: How Stories of Our Past Can Help Inspire Our Response to the Climate Crisis2
Practical Challenges in Mitigating the Aftermath of Fire in Historic Buildings2
Valuing Heritage2
Towards Sustainable Adaptive Reuse of Traditional Marketplaces2
Maritime Cultural Heritage and Urbanisation in the Middle East and North Africa2
Autism Spectrum Condition and the Built Environment: New Perspectives on Place Attachment and Cultural Heritage2
A Participatory Approach to the Sustainable Development of an Historic Landscape; Management Plan Proposal for Hisar District, Bursa/Turkey2
Integrity: Enabling a Future-Oriented Approach to Cultural Heritage2
Values in Heritage Management. Emerging Approaches and Research Directions2
Understanding Heritage-Led Development of the Historic Villages of China: A Multi-case Study Analysis of Tongren2