Shraddha Bhatawadekar

Foto: Sophia Hörmannsdorfer

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. 2017. ‘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). blogs.encatc.org/encatcscholar/?p=1753

Bhatawadekar, Shraddha and Yedurkar, Chinmay. 2016. Role of Heritage Education in Cultural Heritage Conservation’, in YOCOCU 2014: Professionals’ Experiences in Cultural Heritage Conservation in America, Europe, and Asia (Andrea Macchia, Fernanda Prestileo, Simone Cagno and Fariz Khalilli eds.) UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. Pp.9–18.

Bhatawadekar, Shraddha. 2014. Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus: Values, Significance & Tourism, in Heritage Tourism: Marketing Legacy (Jyoti Marwah and Rita Bhambi eds.). Delhi: Bharti Publications. Pp.78–93.

Bhatawadekar, Shraddha. 2014. A Legacy That Defines Mumbai: The Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, in Maharashtra Unlimited, Volume 3, Issue 3. Pune: MTDC and Heritage India Communications Pvt. Ltd. Pp. 48–53.

 

Vorträge:

‘Heritage Walks as a first step in Urban Heritage Activism in Mumbai: Experiences & Opportunities’. Runder-Tisch-Präsentation im Rahmen der International Conference Simulizi Mijini / Urban Narratives: Urban Heritage Activism : Technische Universität, Berlin: 16.–17. März 2017.

‘Cultural Heritage in Sites & Museums in India: Challenges & Opportunities’ Vortrag im Rahmen der University of Michigan Museum Studies Program Fall 2015 Lecture Series Global Heritage at Risk. University of Michigan Museum of Art, Ann Arbor: 3. November 2015.

‘Heritage Conservation & Management of Protected Monuments in India’. Vortrag im Rahmen des Certificate Course in Archaeology. Ramnarain Ruia College, Mumbai: 24. August 2013.

‘Archaeological Resource Management in India’. Präsentation am 3rd International Congress of Society of South Asian Archaeology. University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka: 20.–21. August 2010.

‘Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus: Values, Significance & Tourism’. Präsentation beim International Seminar on Heritage Tourism: Prospects and Challenges. Vashi, Navi Mumbai: 01.–02. September 2010.