Monographs and Editorial work (With UNESCO World Heritage Management Plans)

Britta Rudolff, Eva Battis, Elena Kragulj, Melanie Münzner and Zainab Abdulnabi. National Strategy for Cultural Heritage in the Kingdom of Bahrain (2017-2022). Manama: Bahrain Authority for Culture and Antiquities. (120 S.) 2017.

Britta Rudolff, Melanie Münzner und Elena Kragulj. Dilmun Burial Mounds - Management Plan. Manama: Bahrain Authority for Culture and Antiquities and Think Heritage. (372 S.) 2016.

Britta Rudolff, Melanie Münzner, Anna Dontcova and Nicole Franceschini. Management Plan for Bolgar Historical and Archaeological Complex. Kazan: Ministry of Culture, Centre for Museum Development, Revival Foundation. (398 S.) 2016.

Britta Rudolff, Michael Schmidt, Susann Harder, Nina Hentschel und Eike Albrecht. Strategischer Management Plan zur Vorbereitung einer UNESCO Welterbenominierung der Kulturlandschaft Rundlinge im Wendland, Lüchow: Samtgemeinde Lüchow Wendland (141 S.). 2014.

Marie-Theres Albert, Roland Bernecker und Britta Rudolff, eds), Understanding Heritage: Paradigms in Heritage Studies, Berlin: de Gruyter (200 S.) 2013.

Britta Rudolff und Melanie Münzner. Qal'at al-Bahrain - Management Plan (2013-2018). Manama: Bahrain Authority for Culture and Antiquities and Think Heritage. (412 S.) 2013.

Britta Rudolff. Intangible and tangible heritage: a topology of culture in contexts of faith. Revised and updated edition. Bonn, Manama, New York: Scientia Bonnensis. (363 S.) 2010.

Britta Rudolff und Eva Battis (eds.). Pearling, Testimony of an Island Economy - Management Plan, Manama: Ministry of Culture and Information, Miracle Publishing (358 S.) 2010.

Contributions to international journals and books (peer-reviewed)

Britta Rudolff und  Kristal Buckley. World Heritage: Alternative Futures, in: William Logan, Máiread Nic Craith, Ullrich Kockel (eds.) A Companion to Heritage Studies, London: Wiley Blackwell, S. 522-540. 2016.

Britta Rudolff und Muhammad al-Zekri. A network of traditional knowledge: the intangible heritage of water distribution in Bahrain, in: International Journal of Intangible Heritage, Vol. 9, S. 83-97. 2014.

Britta Rudolff und Susanne Raymond. A Community Convention? An analysis of Free, Prior and Informed Consent given under the 2003 Convention, in: International Journal of Intangible Heritage, Vol. 8, S. 154-164. 2013.

Muhammad al-Zekri und Britta Rudolff. The fragmentation of Shaykh-Murid relationships: Power voids and democratization of religious Sufi authority in Bahrain, in: Larbi Sadiki, et. al. Democratic Transition in the Middle East: Unmaking Power, London: Routledge, S. 66-85. 2012.

Other contributions to heritage journals and book (for example conference proceedings)

Britta Rudolff. The universals of religious heritage or How places of religion and ritual gain World Heritage recognition, in Proceedings: Towards Understanding the Outstanding Universal Value of Religious Heritage, International Conference on Religious Heritage, Seoul: Jogye Order of Korean Buddhism Press, S. 22-47. 2015.

Britta Rudolff und Susann Harder. Neue Architektur in den Rundlingen? Eine Bewertung aus Sicht des Welterbe-Vorhabens, in: Neues Bauen im Rundling, Workshop der BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg. Lüchow: Samtgemeinde Lüchow (Wendland). S. 11-13. 2014.

Britta Rudolff. Local Identity on the Global Stage—On the Challenges of Representing Diversityin World Heritage and Cultural Diversity—Challenges for University Education, Eds. Marie-Theres Albert, Dieter Offenhaeusser, Frankfurt am Main, London: IKO, p. 104-112. 2010.

Britta Rudolff. Intangible and Tangible Heritage: an integrated approach. in the proceedings of the international round table on Intangible and Tangible Heritage: Two UNESCO Conventions, Montreal, University of Montreal. p. 107-114. 2007. 

Britta Rudolff. Between ‘Outstanding Universal Value’ and ‘Cultural Diversity’—heritage values in transition. in: Constructing World Heritage. Frankfurt am Main, London: IKO. p. 109-121. 2006.

Britta Rudolff. Authenticity and Intangibility—the cautious beginning of an envisaged cooperation. in: VDR Bulletin, 1.2005, Bonn: Verband der Restauratoren, p. 43-44. 2006.

Britta Rudolff. Conceptions of authenticity in conservation policies on religious architectural heritage in: Architectural conservation between theory and practice, Dubai: Municipality of Dubai, United Arab Emirates, p. 112-123. 2004.

Reports and Expert Opinions

Britta Rudolff and Willem J.H. Willems, Mission Report of the ICOMOS Advisory Mission to Bolgar Archaeological and Historical Site, Republic of Tatarstan, Russian Federation, Charenton-le-Pont: ICOMOS International. 15 October 2013.(28 S.).

Britta Rudolff and Fulvio Cervini, Mission Report of the ICOMOS Advisory Mission to the Sacral Complex on the Remains of the Roman Forum, Zadar, Republic of Croatia, Charenton-le-Pont: ICOMOS International. 5 February 2014. (18 S.).

Michael Schmidt und Britta Rudolff. Climate Change and Cultural Heritage: Findings of a rapid Vulnerability Assessment of Cultural Heritage in the Republic of Macedonia and Recommendations towards National Strategies for Cultural Heritage Protection in the context of Climate Change. Projektbericht. Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) und Ministry of Environment and Physical Planning, Macedonia. (48 S.). 2013.

Britta Rudolff, Miray Hasaltun Wosinski unc Michal Wosinski. Historic Urban Districts and Cultural Landscapes: proposed modifications to decree law 11 of 1995. Manama: Ministry of Culture, Kingdom of Bahrain. 2013. (16 S.)

Britta Rudolff. Qal’at al-Bahrain: The Ancient Harbor and Capital of Dilmun: Modification to the Boundaries, Bahrain: Ministry of Information. 2008.

Britta Rudolff. Action Plan and Progress Report: Towards a management system for Qal’at al-Bahrain Archaeological Site, Manama: Ministry of Information (70 S.). 2006.