Shraddha Bhatawadekar

Jahrgang 1986, M.A.; Masterstudium der Ancient Indian History, Culture & Archaeology am Deccan College Post Graduate & Research Institute, Pune; Bachelorstudium (B.A.) der History an der Mumbai University; 2009–2013 Tätigkeit für ein Denkmalpflege-Büro in Mumbai (Erarbeitung von Nomination Dossiers, Site Management Plans, Conservation Reports, Impact Assessments, Visitor Survey, Analysis & Profile Studies, Tourism Management Plans etc.); seit 10 Jahren Heritage Walks & Education Projects in Mumbai für Schüler, Jugendliche, Touristen und Bürger; 2013–2014 The Asiatic Society of Mumbai Junior Research Fellow in Social Sciences; 2015–2016 Nehru-Fulbright Academic & Professional Excellence Fellow an der University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA; 2016–2017 Alexander von Humboldt Bundeskanzlerstipendiatin an der BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg; seit April 2017 wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin im DFG-Graduiertenkolleg „Kulturelle und technische Werte historischer Bauten“ der BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg am Lehrstuhl Denkmalpflege.

Forschungsschwerpunkte: Eisenbahnerbe; Industrieerbe; Weltkulturerbe; Denkmalpflege; Cultural Significance; People-centered Approach; Impact Assessment; Site Management Plans.

 

Forschungsprojekt:

Where Technology meets Living Heritage: Understanding the Significance of Built Railway Heritage in India through a case of Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, Mumbai

 

Publikationen:

Bhatawadekar, Shraddha / Adhikari, Tejaswini: Railway Heritage and Identity. Interpreting Railways as Third Places – A Case of Mumbai (Interpret Europe Conference Proceedings, Köszeg (Ungarn) 2018 (im Druck).

Bhatawadekar, Shraddha: Popular Perceptions of Railway Heritage. A Case of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus, Mumbai, in: Manatunga, Anura (Hg.): History of Land Transportation, Locomotive Heritage and Road Culture of South Asia,  International Conference Proceedings Centre for Heritage Studies, University of Kelaniya, Sri-Lanka 2017, S. 195–208.

Bhatawadekar, Shraddha: Heritage Walks: A first step in urban heritage activism in Mumbai, in: Lee, Rachel / Barbé, Diane / Fenk, Anne-Kathrin / Misselwitz, Philipp (Hg.): Things Don’t Really Exist Until You Give Them a Name: Unpacking Urban Heritage, Dar-es-Salaam 2017, S. 302–309.

Bhatawadekar, Shraddha: People-centered Approach to Cultural Heritage Conservation: Challenges & Opportunities, Case of Caves of Mumbai, in: Vileikis, Ona (Hg.): World Heritage Theory, Policy and Practice International Conference Proceedings. Cottbus: International Association of World Heritage Professionals e.V., Cottbus 2017, S. 238–254. 

Bhatawadekar, Shraddha: Heritage walks as a tool for engaging youth in heritage, in: encatcSCHOLAR for lifelong learning on policies and cultural management, issue#7. European Network on Cultural Management and Cultural Policy Education (ENCATC) 2017. blogs.encatc.org/encatcscholar/

Bhatawadekar, Shraddha / Yedurkar, Chinmay: Role of Heritage Education in Cultural Heritage Conservation, in: Macchia, Andrea et al. (Hg.): YOCOCU 2014: Professionals’ Experiences in Cultural Heritage Conservation in America, Europe, and Asia, Cambridge 2016, S. 9–18.

Bhatawadekar, Shraddha: Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus: Values, Significance & Tourism, in: Marwah, Jyoti / Bhambi, Rita (Hg.): Heritage Tourism: Marketing Legacy, Delhi 2014, S. 78–93.

Bhatawadekar, Shraddha: A Legacy That Defines Mumbai: The Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, in: Maharashtra Unlimited, Volume 3, Issue 3, Pune 2014, S. 48–53.

 

Vorträge:

Architectural History Workshop 2018, Society of Architectural Historians of Great Britain am 17. März 2018 in London, England.
Titel des Vortrags: Where Technology meets Living Heritage. Understanding the Significance of Built Railway Heritage in India.

19th ICOMOS General Assembly and Scientific Symposium  vom 11. bis 15. Dezember 2017 in New Delhi, Indien.
Titel des Posters: Towards Sustainable Future: People-centered Approach to Cultural Heritage Conservation.

„Simulizi Mijini / Urban Narratives: Urban Heritage Activism“, Internationale Konferenz vom 16. bis 17. März 2017 an der Technischen Universität Berlin.
Titel der Runder-Tisch-Präsentation: Heritage Walks as a first step in Urban Heritage Activism in Mumbai: Experiences & Opportunities.

„Global Heritage at Risk“, University of Michigan Museum Studies Program Fall 2015 Lecture Series am 3. November 2015 am University of Michigan Museum of Art, Ann Arbor, .
Titel des Vortrags: Cultural Heritage in Sites & Museums in India: Challenges & Opportunities.

Certificate Course in Archaeology am  24. August 2013 am Ramnarain Ruia College, Mumbai.
Titel des Vortrags: Heritage Conservation & Management of Protected Monuments in India.

3rd International Congress of Society of South Asian Archaeology am 20. bis 21. August 2010 an der University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka.
Titel des Vortrags: Archaeological Resource Management in India.

International Seminar on Heritage Tourism: Prospects and Challenges, vom 1. bis 2. September 2010 in Vashi, Navi Mumbai.
Titel des Vortrags: Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus: Values, Significance & Tourism.