Andrew Lawlaer objavio (za sada u elektronskoj formi) istarživački rad o 34 obilježja posvećena Narodnooslobodilačkom ratu u Drugom svjetskom ratu u Visokom.
Ovaj rad (knjiga) neprocjenjive važnosti za istoriju Visokog i BIH prikazuje i kako se Visoko ponijelo prema 34 obilježja iz NOB-a, od kojih je samo nekolko ostalo u prvobitnoj formi (?!).
Ovaj rad i buduća knjiga pisana na engleskom jeziku predstavlja jedno od najznačajnijih djela o modernoj istoriji Visokog.
Department Member, Bangor University
Andrew Lawler (born 1985 in Manchester, UK) is a postgraduate student at the Raymond Lemaire International Centre for Conservation (RLICC), KU Leuven, Belgium. He received his BA in Archaeology and Anthropology from the University of Cambridge in 2006, and his MA from KU Leuven in 2010. He has worked as a professional field archaeologist for over two years in the UK, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Belgium. His main research interests include the archaeological labour market within Europe, presentation and interpretation of cultural heritage sites for the public, the ‘borderline’ between archaeology and other aspects of the heritage sector, and the integration of conservation into the sphere of archaeological excavation. He is currently writing his thesis on the conservation of the memorial architecture of Bogdan Bogdanović throughout the Former Yugoslavia, with a particular focus on the Partisans’ Cemetery in Mostar.
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