Master Theses

World Heritage Studies

Doering, Lucie, 2021. The Relevance of Cultural Landscapes: Finding Synergies between Man and the Biosphere Programme and the World Heritage Convention

Orlovska, Vira, 2020. Transboundary Aspects of Managing Natural World

Owokoya, Babatunde, 2018. The Protection and Safeguarding of Cultural Identity in a Megacity Region: The Case of the Egun people in Lagos, Nigeria

Isayeva, Vusala, 2018. Development of Tourism Sector and Associated Problems in Azerbaijan

Snetkova, Anastasiya, 2018. Creating a Sustainable Development Management Plan for a Specific Tourism Attraction Site: Case Study of Kamianets-Podilsky Fortress

Toteva, Kalina, 2018. The Importance of Adequate Management of the Sustainable Development for the Preservation of Cultural Heritage in Bulgaria

Tatsiuk, Marina, 2018. The Role of Social Media in Reinterpretation of Heritage Sites

Akonjang, Alice Eyong, 2017. Potentials of Natural World Heritage Sites in Cameroon

Baldryan, Arusyak, 2017. Heritage Management Systems in Armenia: Challenges and Opportunities for Sustainable Development

Gilbert, Anne, 2017. An Exploration of Aspects of Heritage and Authenticity in Taoist Temples in Beijing

Turishcheva, Daria, 2017. Marketing Strategy for Sustainable Regional Tourism Development. The Case Study of Hamburg and Schleswig-Holstein

Mwambene, Eveline Aggrey. Impacts of Human Pressure on Landscape Change: A Case Study of Kilimanjaro World Heritage Site, Tanzania

Oloro, Babefemi Nelson, 2017. Assessment of Socio-Cultural Impacts of Tourism in World Heritage Sites’ Host Communities: The Case of Osun-Osogbo Sacred Grove

Mandana, Daniali, 2017. A Comparative Study of the Symbolic Value of Outstanding Landmarks in Tehran since the Second Half of the 18th Century

Montacchini, Alessia, 2017. The Potential of the Heritage Impact Assessment (HIA) Method on Tourism Development Projects in Old Havana, Cuba

Leung, Ho Yin, 2016. Evaluation of HIA(s) System in Hong Kong: Review on Policy and Practice

Handrek, Christin, 2016. The Influence of Sports Tourism on Cultural Preservation in Low Budget Destinations: On the Example of Surfing in Bali

Nguelefack, Nkemkang Anna, 2016. An Analysis of Threats to Safeguard Intangible Cultural Heritage in Cameroon

Tiemersma, Anne Jelte, 2016. Towards a Holistic Approach to the Multi Sectoral Cooperation in Risk Preparedness for World Cultural Heritage Properties

Karamad, Somaye, 2016. Development of Cultural Tourism in Iran through its UNESCO Heritage Expressions

Titova, Anna, 2016. “World Heritage Literacy” and its potential for the tourism development in the Baltic Sea Region. Case Study: Suomenlinna, Finland

Lamprecht, Charline, 2016. Vulnerability Assessment of Natural World Heritage Sites: Based on the Example of the Wadden Sea, Germany

Khan, Polina, 2015. Traditional Knowledge and Practices as a Contribution to Preservation of the Altai Mountains of Russia

Dimitrova, Lilia, 2015. Heritage Interpretation for an Integrated Tourism Management Concept. Case Study: Historic-Archaeological Reserve Sboryanovo (Bulgaria)

Mohan, Preethi, 2015. An Outlook into Sustainable Revival of Heritage Structures – Temple Tanks. Case Study of Chennai City – Societal Impact on Declining Tradition Understanding

Ciurci, Maria-Andreea, 2015. Community Involvement as a Tool to Support Sustainable Architectural Heritage Conservation: The Case Study of the Wooden Churches from Northern Oltenia and Southern Transylvania

Seyedashrafi, Baharak, 2015. Towards Developing Methodology of Cultural Heritage Impact Assessment in the Context of Urban Development: The Case of Masjed-e Jame of Isfahan, Iran

Wehle, Benita, 2015. Traditional Knowledge as a Means of Reducing the Inuit’s Vulnerability to Climate Change

Ding, Yongchao, 2015. Safeguarding Intangible Cultural Heritage (ICH) in the Context of Urban Tourism – A Framework in Protective Development in Tourism of Shanghai

Shcherbina, Anastasiya, 2015. Public Awareness Strategy as the Contribution for Conservation and Rehabilitation of the Old City of Gjirokastra (Albania)

Leptien, Eva, 2015. A Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment Framework for the Protection, Preparedness and Adaptation of European World Heritage Cultural Landscapes

McGuire, Claire, 2014. Non-profit Intervention at Heritage Sites in Danger through Awareness Raising: Social Marketing Strategies for Endangered Listing Programmes

Schubert, Lisa. 2014. 'Green Heritage': the Potential of Voluntary Standard Systems (VSS) for Sustainable Management Practices of World Heritage Sites (WHS) in Southern Africa

DiPede, Anna, 2013. The Benefits of the Moringa Tree for Heritage Conservation and Sustainable Development - A Case Study on the World Heritage site Konso Cultural Landscape (Ethiopia)

Mundle, Natalie Isabelle, 2012. Analysis of established methodical approaches of landscape and visual impact assessment relevant for wind park siting in historical cultural landscapes

Stefan, Iva, 2012. Analysis of World Heritage Site Protection and Management Systems in Croatia

Riechardt, Sigrun, 2011. Praktische Anwendung einer modularen Konzeption zur Erstellung eines Welterbe-Managementplans für historische Altstädte - am Beispiel der Weltkulturerbestadt Bamberg

Dafeng, Shao, 2011. Communit-based Ecotourism in Shangri-La: Case study of Jisha and Hamugu Village, China

Helmke, Charles, 2010. Rebirth and Renewal: Creating a Sustainable New Orleans

Bennett, Claire, 2010. Archaeology for the People: Engaging the public with the archaeological heritage in Jordan. Case Study Umm el-Jimal

Fritzmann, Ariane, 2009. The Educational Mandate of UNESCO World Heritage Sites - Theory and Practical Application

Kwong, Kei Kwan Queenie, 2008. A Conservation Management Plan for the Archaeological Site of Um Qais, Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan

Greis-Mills, Jessica, 2007. The Category of the Associative Cultural Landscape as a Means to Preserve Intangible Heritage, Especially Oral Literature. Hawai'j Volcanoes National Park as an Example

Münchau, Melanie, 2007. Evaluating the Invaluable? Rock art in the context of World Heritage nominations

Kongpool, Teeraporn (Tom), 2007. Strategic Development Plan for the Community of Umm Quays (Jordan); Acknowledging and Promoting Cultural and National Identities

Rahtjen, Tanja, 2007. A Critical assessment of conservation planning for cultural heritage sites - A case study on Umm el-Jimal, Jordan

Simmula, Doreen, 2006. Um er Rasa: A Development Plan

Huang, Yanchun, 2004. Strategic Environmental Assessment and its Implementation Procedure at Programme Level for World Heritage Sites - A Case Study at Wulingynan, Scenic and Historic Interest Area, China

Cabangbang, Leoward A, 2004. Integrated Development Strategies: Heritage as a Resource for Economic Development

Zeng, Yu/Zora, 2004. A 3-Scope Model Established as a Guideline of Protection and Development pf World Heritage Sites in China with a Case Study: Ancient Villages in South Anhni - Xidi & Hongcung

Afanasyeva, Darya, 2004. Guidelines for Sustainable Tourism Management at Cultural Heritage Sites - a Case Study from the Cultural Site of Abila (Jordan)

Li, Xiao, 2004. Impact of World Heritage on Chinese Territory on the Consciousness of National Heritage in China

Wang, Haiping, 2003. Heritage Conservation in City Development Process - A case study of Ningbo, China

Boakye, Ben Bediako, 2003. The Impact of Mining on the Cultural Heritage of Torkwa, Ghana

Diekmann, Christiane, 2002. World Heritage as Living Memory From Cultural Treasure to Natural Source

Neuberger, Jens, 2002. Jerash - Gerasa Conservation and Presentation of a Cultural Heritage Site

Ritchie C., Frank, 2001. The Establishment of a UNESCO Man and Biosphere Reserve as an Instrument for the Preservation and Conservation of Cultural Landscapes in Northwest Jordan

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