CURRICULUM VITAE: RICHARD ADAMS ENGELHARDT

 

 

BASIC INFORMATION AND CONTACT DATA

 

Family name:

ENGELHARDT

Home address 

145 Mu 1 Ban Oi

Tambon Huaysai, Amphoe Maerim

Chiangmai 50180

THAILAND

First name(s) :

Richard Adams

Mailing address: 

PO Box 41 Maejo Post Office

Tambon Maejo, Amphoe Sansai

Chiangmai 50290

THAILAND

Country of birth :

United States of America

Telephone 1 :

Work ( :       +6653317546

Nationality at birth :

United States of America

Telephone 2 :

Home ( :      +6653317546

Present nationality :

United States of America

Telephone 3 :

Mobile ( :     +66804983134

 

 

DECORATIONS, AWARDS AND HONOURS

 

Country

Cambodia

Title of award

Knight Commander, Royal Order of Cambodia

Date:

1994

 

Country

Philippines

Title of award

Order of Ciudad Ferdinand de Vigan

Date:

2000

 

Country

Viet Nam

Title of award

People’s Culture Hero

Date:

2001

 

Country

China

Title of award

Honorary Citizen of Lijiang (Proclaimed by the Chinese People’s Congress)

Date:

2001

 

Country

Global Heritage Fund (USA)

Title of award

Lifetime Achievement Award

Date:

2004

 

Country

China

Title of award

Key to the City of Qiangang Ancient Town (Proclaimed by Qiangang People’s Committee)

Date:

2006

 

Country

India

Title of award

INTBAU Committee of Honour

Date:

2007

 

Country

Philippines

Title of award

Key to the City of Manila (Presented by the Mayor of Manila)

Date:

2008

 

 

 

CURRENT ADVISORY APPOINTMENTS

 

Position:

UNESCO Charge de Mission and Senior Advisor for Culture

From:

07/2008

To:

Present

Institution:

UNESCO, UN, Paris, France

Supervisor:

Francoise Riviere, UNESCO Assistant Director-General for Culture

Supervisor contact:

f.riviere@unesco.org

Responsibilities:

Post retirement position as Special Advisor to the UNESCO Assistant Director-General for Culture

Remuneration:

US$ 500 per day plus expenses, on assignment basis

 

Position:

Member, International Advisory Board, Asia-Pacific

From:

07/2008

To:

Present

Institution:

UNESCO Memory of the World Programme

Supervisor:

Ray Edmonson, Chair Memory of the World Asia-Pacific

Supervisor contact:

ray@archival.com.au

Responsibilities:

Advise on nominations to the UNESCO Memory of the World Register from the Asia-Pacific region, and on measures to ensure the safeguarding of documents included on the Register

Remuneration:

Travel costs and related expenses

 

Position:

Founder and Senior Advisor

From:

10/2008

To:

Present

Institution:

UNESCO-ICCROM Asian Academy for Heritage Management

Supervisor:

The Academy’s Board of Directors

Supervisor contact:

Asian-academy@unescobkk.org

Responsibilities:

Managing a network of 50+ academic institutions from around the Asia-Pacific region

Remuneration:

US $ 2,500 per month, plus secretarial services and communication costs

 

Position:

Fellow, Global Cultural Futures

From:

05/2008

To:

Present

Institution:

London School of Economics and University of California at Los Angeles

Supervisor:

Dr. Yudhistar Raj Isar, President, European Forum for Culture and Heritage

Supervisor contact:

yrisar@gmail.com

Responsibilities:

Global Cultural Futures is a university-based think-tank of senior experts from all fields of culture; it publishes an annual report on the state of the world’s cultures

Remuneration:

Not applicable

 

Position:

Advisor, Hong Kong Heritage Commission

From:

01/2009

To:

Present

Institution:

Heritage Commission, Hong Kong SAR China

Supervisor:

Mr. Jack Chan, Commissioner for Heritage

Supervisor contact:

jchan@devb.gov.hk

Responsibilities:

Advisory services to the Hong Kong Government’s Heritage Commission on all matters concerning heritage conservation and management

Remuneration:

US $ 500 a day, plus accommodation and travel

 

Position:

Advisor, Inter-Cultural Creative Education Observatory

From:

08/2008

To:

Present

Institution:

Hong Kong Institute of Contemporary Culture

Supervisor:

Ada Wong, Chair, Hong Kong Institute of Contemporary Culture

Supervisor contact:

wongada@netvigator.com

Responsibilities:

Advisory services on programme and curriculum of the Lee Shau Kee School of Creativity

Remuneration:

Expenses

 

Position:

International Advisor, Centre for Culture and Development

From:

03/2009

To:

Present

Institution:

Chinese University of Hong Kong

Supervisor:

Desmond Hui, Chair,

Supervisor contact:

hui.desmond@gmail.com

Responsibilities:

Advisory services on programme and curriculum development of the Center

Remuneration:

Expenses

 

Position:

Member, Culture Heritage Management Programme Review and Evaluation Panel

From:

05/2009

To:

Present

Institution:

Hong Kong University School of Professional and Continuing Education

Supervisor:

Edward Leung, Programme Chair

Supervisor contact:

edward.leung@aedas.com

Responsibilities:

To serve as external evaluator on the panel to review the university’s culture heritage management programme.

Remuneration:

Expenses

 

Position:

World Heritage Advisor, Malaysia

From:

09/2008

To:

Present

Institution:

Department of National Heritage Malaysia, Ministry of Unity,  Culture, Arts and Heritage Malaysia

Supervisor:

Prof. Datuk Zuriana Majid, Heritage Commissioner of Malaysia

Supervisor contact:

zuraina@heritage.gov.my

Responsibilities:

Advisory services to the national government of Malaysia on all matters concerning heritage conservation and management, most especially as concerns Malaysian properties inscribed on the World Heritage List

Remuneration:

Honorarium and expenses, plus contract remuneration for specific services paid at US$ 500 per day

 

Position:

Chair of the Jury

From:

09/2008

To:

Present

Responsiblities:

UNESCO Award of Excellence for Handicraft Products in Southeast Asia

UNESCO Award of Excellence for Handicraft Products in West and Central Asia

Supervisor:

Galia Saouma-Forero, Director Division of Cultural Industries and Creative Enterprises, UNESCO

Supervisor contact:

g.sauma-forero@unesco.org

Responsibilities:

To chair the international jury for two regional competitions organized biennially within the framework of the UNESCO Award of Excellence for Handicraft Product, a programme which I conceptualized and initiated while with UNESCO

Remuneration:

Expenses

 

Position:

Chair of the Jury

From:

06/2000

To:

Present

Institution:

UNESCO Asia Pacific Heritage Conservation Award

Supervisor:

Francesco Bandarin, Director of World Heritage Center, UNESCO

Supervisor contact:

f.bandarin@unesco.org

Responsibilities:

To chair the international jury in an Asia-Pacific wide competition organized annually with the framework of the UNESCO Asia Pacific Heritage Conservation Award, a programme which I conceptualized and initiated while with UNESCO

Remuneration:

Expenses

 

Position:

Member, International Advisory Board on Research Priority Areas

From:

12/2002

To:

Present

Institution:

Centre for Culture Heritage Studies  in Asia and the Pacific, Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia

Supervisor:

William Logan, Director, Centre for Culture Heritage Studies

Supervisor contact:

william.logan@deakin.edu.au or wl@deakin.edu.au

Responsibilities:

Advisory services on structure and curriculum of the university’s graduate programme in culture heritage studies

Remuneration:

Travel and expenses

 

Position:

Member, Graduate Studies Advisory Committee

From:

10/2008

To:

Present

Institution:

Center for Cultural Heritage Conservation and Management, National College of Arts, Lahore, Pakistan

Supervisor:

Ayesha Pamela Rogers, Academic Coordinator

Supervisor contact:

culturalheritagenca@hotmail.com

Responsibilities:

Member of 10-person committee to advise on all aspect of the curriculum and other aspects of the management of the National College of Arts Center for Cultural Heritage Conservation and Management

Remuneration:

Not applicable

 

Position:

Board of Governors

From:

05/2009

To:

Present

Institutionr:

Prem Tinsulanonda International Education Center, Chiangmai, Thailand

Supervisor:

David Baird, President and Chief Operating Officer

Supervisor contact:

davidba@premcenter.org

Responsibilities:

Member Board of Governors and Chair of the Education Committee to advise on all aspect of the curriculum and other educational aspects of the management of the Prem Tinsulanonda International Education Center

Remuneration:

Not applicable

 

 

VISITING PROFESSORSHIPS: CURRENT AND RECENT APPOINTMENTS

 

Position:

Visiting Research Professor

Dates:

10/2009 to 12/2011       

Institution:

University of Hong Kong

Department:

Department of Architecture

Location:

Hong Kong, SAR China

Supervisor:

David Lung, UNESCO Chair Professor

Supervisor contact:

dpylung@hkucc.hku.hk

Remuneration:

USD 12,000 per month (4 months total)

 

Position:

UNESCO Chair Professor of the Conservation and Management of Historic Towns and Urban Centers

Dates:

03/2009 to present       

Institution:

National College of Art

Department:

Center for Culture Heritage Conservation and Management

Location:

Lahore, Pakistan

Supervisor:

Ayesha Pamela Rogers, Academic Coordinator

Supervisor contact:

culturalheritagenca@hotmail.com

Remuneration:

Honorarium plus expenses

 

Position:

Visiting Professor

Dates:

11/2008 - present       

Institution:

Institute for Tourism Studies

Department:

Heritage Management Programme

Location:

Macau SAR China

Supervisor:

Fanny Vong, President

Supervisor contact:

fanny@ift.edu.mo

Remuneration:

US$ 100 per contact hour

 

Position:

Visiting Professor

Dates:

01/2001; 01/2003; 01.2005       

Institution:

Waseda University

Department:

Department of Anthropology, School of Pacific Studies

Location:

Tokyo, Japan

Supervisor:

Masao Nishimura, Department Chairman

Supervisor contact:

masao@waseda.jp

Remuneration:

Honorarium plus expenses

 

Institution:

Visiting Professor

Dates:

 11/2002; 03/2002; 05/2004;

Institution:

Southeast University

Department:

Department of Architecture

Location:

Nanjing, China

Supervisor:

Dong Wei, UNESCO Chair Professor

Supervisor contact:

dongwx@163.com

Remuneration:

Honorarium plus expenses

 

Position:

Senior Research Affiliate

Dates:

02/2007 to present       

Insitution:

University of Hawai’i

Department:

School of Travel Industry Management

Location:

Honolulu, Hawai’i, USA

Supervisor:

Walter Jamieson, Dean

Supervisor contact:

wjtourism@hotmailcom

Remuneration:

Honorarium plus expenses

 

 

CONSULTANCY SERVICES AND PARTNERSHIPS (CURRENT)

 

Job title:

Senior Expert Consultant (Heritage)

From:

01/2010

To:

12/2011

Employer:

Asian Development Bank

Supervisor:

Gulfer Cezayirli, Chief South Asia Department ADB

Supervisor contact:

gcezayirli@adb.org

Responsibilities:

Provide heritage advisory services to ADB funded tourism development project for the SASEC countries of Bangladesh, Nepal, and India (Sikkim)

Remuneration:

US $ 800 per day plus travel expenses

 

Job title:

Senior Expert, Archaeological Conservation

From:

06/2009

To:

Present

Employer:

Hong Kong Antiquities and Monuments Office, Hong Kong SAR China

Supervisor:

Louis NG, Director Heritage and Museums

Supervisor contact:

lcwng@lcsd.gov.hk

Responsibilities:

To devise a long-term conservation management strategy for the corpus of prehistoric and historic rock carving located in Hong Kong, along ancient shipping routes throughout the Pearl River delta.

Remuneration:

US $ 500 per day plus travel expenses

 

 

Job title:

Expert, World Heritage

From:

08/2009

To:

12/2009

Employer:

Department of Fine Arts, Government of Thailand

Supervisor:

Tarapong Srisuchart, Director, Division of Archaeology and Monuments, Department of Fine Arts

Supervisor contact:

yim_hatthaya@yahoo.com

Responsibilities:

To assist the National World Heritage Committee of Thailand to revise their Tentative List of World Heritage sites and to draft the necessary dossier documents, as required by the Operational Guidelines to the World Heritage Conventions.

Remuneration:

US $ 500 per day

 

Job title:

Heritage Management Expert

From:

07/2008

To:

Present

Employer:

Culture Resource Conservation Initiative CRCI, India

The Nabha Foundation, India

The Archaeological Survey of India

Supervisor:

Gurmeet Rai, CRCI Principal,

Supervisor contact:

raidelhi@gmail.com

Responsibilities:

Advise on heritage conservation policy and management systems with respect to various projects undertaken by CRCI for the Indian Government or subcontracted by the government to specialized NGOs.  Current projects include:  (a) Ellora World Heritage Site, Maharastra (b) The Golden Temple, Amritsar, Punjab (c) Nabha Quila Rehabilitation, Patiala, Punjab.

Remuneration:

US $ 250 per day plus expenses

 

Job title:

Partner

From:

09/2008

To:

Present

Employer:

Rogers, Koladi, Khan and Associates, Lahore, Pakistan

Supervisor:

Ayesha Rogers, Principal Partner and Director

Supervisor contact:

rkkandassoc@yahoo.com

Responsibilities:

Rogers, Koladi, Khan and Associates, a firm of which I am a founding partner, is the first commercial consultancy firm registered in Pakistan to conduct culture impact assessments in accordance with Pakistan national legislation.  The firm also consults on a variety of legal and technical matters with regard to the conservation of Pakistan’s built heritage (archaeological, monuments, urban and landscape.)

Remuneration:

US $ 250 per day plus expenses

 

 

RECENTLY COMPLETED CONTRACTS AND ASSIGNMENTS (2008-2009)

 

Job title:

Senior Advisor (Underwater Cultural Heritage)

From:

06/2009

To:

12/2009

Employer:

UNESCO Office for the Pacific, Apia, Samoa

Supervisor:

Visesio Pongi, Director UNESCO Office, Apia

Supervisor contact:

v.pongi@unesco.org

Responsibilities:

To organize and conduct a week-long training workshop for professionals from around the Pacific States on the conservation of the underwater cultural heritage and the application of the UNESCO 2001 Convention for the Protection of the Underwater Cultural Heritage.

Remuneration:

US $ 500 per day plus travel expenses

 

Job title:

Senior Expert Consultant (Culture Safeguards)

From:

01/2009

To:

08/2009

Employer:

Asian Development Bank

Supervisor:

Gulfer Cezayirli, Chief South Asia Department ADB

Supervisor contact:

gcezayirli@adb.org

Responsibilities:

Review loan projects potentially affecting culture heritage sites and advise the ADB on appropriate means of safeguarding and mitigation

Remuneration:

US $ 800 per day plus travel expenses

 

Job title:

Senior Advisor (World Heritage)

From:

02/2009

To:

08/2009

Employer:

UNESCO Office in Bangkok, Thailand

Supervisor:

Julie van den Bergh, Project Officer

Supervisor contact:

julie@aalhk.com

Responsibilities:

To advise the Ministry of Culture and Information of Lao PDR in the drafting of the World Heritage nomination dossier in respect of the Plain of Jars.

Remuneration:

US $ 500 per day plus travel expenses

 

Job title:

Senior Advisor (Heritage Management and Administration)

From:

04/2009

To:

05/2009

Employer:

UNESCO Office in Dhaka, Bangladesh

Supervisor:

Malama Meleisea, Director UNESCO Office, Dhaka

Supervisor contact:

m.meleisea@unesco.org

Responsibilities:

To organize and run an intensive 2 week training workshop for staff of the Department of Archaeology of Bangladesh, in order to re-orient the Department towards “values-based” management of the heritage.

Remuneration:

US $ 500 per day plus travel expenses

 

Job title:

Senior Advisor (Culture Policy)

From:

09/2008

To:

02/2009

Employer:

UNESCO Office in Hanoi, Viet Nam

Supervisor:

Vibeke Jensen, Director UNESCO Office, Hanoi

Supervisor contact:

v.jensen@unesco.org

Responsibilities:

To conduct training seminars for the UN Country Team in the application of UNESCO’s Culture Diversity Programming Lens, to assist in the development of multi-agency United Nations Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF) and One UN Plan for Viet Nam.

Remuneration:

US $ 500 per day plus travel expenses

 

Job title:

Senior Advisor (World Heritage)

From:

09/2008

To:

10/2009

Employer:

UNESCO Office in Hanoi, Viet Nam

Supervisor:

Vibeke Jensen, Director UNESCO Office, Hanoi

Supervisor contact:

v.jensen@unesco.org

Responsibilities:

To advise the Ministry of Culture and Information of Viet Nam in the drafting of the World Heritage nomination dossier in respect of the Thang Long Hanoi Citadel.

Remuneration:

US $ 500 per day plus travel expenses

 

 

EMPLOYMENT RECORD

(complete record from high school graduation in 1966 until retirement from UN Civil Service Commission in 2008, in reverse chronological order)

Job title:

UNESCO Regional Advisor for Culture

in Asia and the Pacific

From:

05/1994

To:

06/2008

(retired)

Employer:

UNESCO, UN, Bangkok, Thailand

Supervisor:

Sheldon Shaeffer, Director, UNESCO Regional Bureau for Asia and the Pacific

Supervisor contact:

s.shaeffer@unescobkk.org

Responsibilities:

Responsible for planning, coordinating, managing and evaluation all aspects of UNESCO's culture sector programme in the Asia-Pacific region. This includes the mobilization of extrabudgetary resources and identification of implementation partners. An important part of the job is to advise government agencies on aspects of culture sector development and management at the national level, and to interact with UN and other multi-lateral partners on issues relating to culture in development. Backstop culture sector programme activities in cluster and country offices. Head a team of 100+ international professional consultants, volunteers and interns in Bangkok and outposted to field project locations around the region. Mentor approximately 500 other international and national culture sector staff posted to cluster and country offices around the Asia-Pacific region.

Salary:

US$ 175,000 per annum, plus expenses (tax free)

 

Job title:

Head of UNESCO Office in Phnom Penh and Representative to Cambodia

From:

03/1991

To:

05/1994

Employer:

UNESCO, UN, Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Supervisor:

Federico Mayor, (then) UNESCO Director General (now retired)

Responsibilities:

Opened and headed the first UNESCO field office in Cambodia. Represented UNESCO on the UN country team. Organized the international safeguarding campaign for Angkor and represented UNESCO at international donor meetings. Supervised a staff of 50 international and national professionals and support staff in two locations: Phnom Penh and Siem Reap.

Salary:

US$ 140,000 per annum, plus expenses (tax free)

 

Job title:

Advisor to the UN Special Representative for Humanitarian Assistance to Kampuchea

From:

06/1999

To:

03/1991

Employer:

UN Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific High Commissioner for Refugees, UN, Bangkok, Thailand, on secondment from UNHCR

Supervisor:

HMS Kibria, (then) Executive-Director, UN Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (now deceased)

Responsibilities:

Coordinated UN inter-agency and international bi-lateral donor assistance to the UN's humanitarian assistance to Kampucheans. Mobilized US$30 million annually. Drafted the Special Representative's reports to the UN General Assembly. Headed a team of 4 international professionals in Bangkok and 2 in Phnom Penh.

Salary:

US$ 95,000 per annum, plus expenses (tax free)

 

Job title:

Advisor, Museum Management and Conservation

From:

06/1989

To:

06/1999

Employer:

United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) on secondment from UNHCR

Supervisor:

M Ishtiaq Khan, (then) UNESCO Regional Advisor in Culture for Asia and the Pacific

Responsibilities:

Advised the national museums of Brunei Darusaalam and Singapore on their restructuring, programmes of expansion, and staff re-training, with emphasis on object curation and conservation

Salary:

US$ 95,000 per annum, plus expenses (tax free)

 

Job title:

Officer-in-Charge,
UNHCR Office in the Philippines

From:

01/1986

To:

05/1989

Employer:

UN High Commissioner for Refugees, UN, Manila, Philippines

Supervisor:

Poul Hartling, (then) UN High Commissioner for Refugees (now retired)

Responsibilities:

Responsible for all UNHCR activities in the Philippines, including the supervision of what was at that time the world's largest refugee camp in Bataan, Philippines. Oversaw an annual assistance budget of US$ 18 million. Represented UNHCR on the UN country team. Supervised a staff of 12 international and national professionals in Manila, 4 in Bataan and 2 in Palawan; oversaw 100+ national implementing agency staff.

Salary:

US$ 85,000 per annum, plus expesns (tax free)

 

Job title:

Programme Officer

From:

02/1981

To:

12/1985

Employer:

UN High Commissioner for Refugees, UN, Bangkok, Thailand

Supervisor:

Judith Kumin, (then) Chief of Programme Unit, UNHCR Bangkok, (now) Programme Director UNHCR Headquarters, Geneva

Responsibilities:

Supervised international protection, assistance and resettlement activities for Laotian, Cambodian and Vietnamese refugees in Thailand. Headed a team of 3 international and 18 national professionals in Bangkok, plus 12 professionals outposted to refugee camps along the Thai border with Lao PDR and Cambodia. Headed the global Task Force to introduce ICT into UNHCR programme management systems.

Salary:

US$ 75,000 per annum, plus expenses (tax free)

 

Job title:

Tutor, Department of Anthropology

From:

09/1975

To:

06/1978

Employer:

Harvard University,  Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA

Supervisor:

Ruth Tringham, (then) Assoc Professor of Anthropology, Harvard University, (now) Professor of Anthropology, University of California at Berkeley

Responsibilities:

Tutor in Chinese anthropology and archaeology. Responsible for lecturing at the undergraduate level, and for supervising MA thesis at the graduate level. Awarded the Harvard Crimson Award for “Outstanding Teaching Fellow” (1977).

Salary:

US$ 36,000 per annum

 

Job title:

Keeper, Putnam Archaeology Laboratory,

Peabody Museum of Ethnology

From:

09/1977

To:

06/1978

Employer:

Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA

Supervisor:

Ruth Tringham, (then) Assoc Professor of Anthropology, Harvard University, (now) Professor of Anthropology, University of California at Berkeley

Responsibilities:

Concurrent with my duties as Tutor in the Department of Anthropology (see above), I was also appointed Keeper of the Putnam Archaeology Laboratory, one of the scientific research departments of the Peabody Museum of Ethnology.

Salary:

US$ 36,000 per annum

 

Job title:

Assistant Curator, Visual Collections,

Fogg Museum of Art

From:

09/1976

To:

061977

Employer:

Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA

Supervisor:

Monnie  J Adams, Professor of Art History

Responsibilities:

In 1976, Harvard University established a new major, “Anthropology and Art” and needed a visual reference collection to support the programme.  I was hired to compile this collection of slides and photographs from among the university’s dispersed collections and to identify additional material for purchase.

Salary:

US$ 1000 per week

 

Job title:

Lecturer, Yale-China Program

From:

09/1971

To:

06/1974

Employer:

Yale University and Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China

Supervisor:

Edmond Worthy, (then) Yale-China Field Representative, (now) Professor of History, American University, Washington DC, USA.

Responsibilities:

Lecturer in archaeology within the framework of the Yale University Yali Bachelor Programme for educational assistance to China. I taught at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, and at Lingnan University of Guangzhou. At this time I also worked at the Run Run Shaw movie studies in Hong Kong, supervising script development.

Salary:

US$ 20,000 per annum

 

Job title:

Senior Aide to the Master, Calhoun College

From:

09/1969

To:

06/1971

Employer:

Yale University, New Haven Connecticut, USA

Supervisor:

RWB Lewis, Master of Calhoun College, Yale University (now emeritus professor)

Responsibilities:

During my final two undergraduate years at Yale, I served as Senior Aide to the master of my residential college, where my duties included inter alia, editing the college news bulletins; supervision of the college library, organization of the college’s social calendar, and arranging hospitality for visiting professors, parents and alumni.

Salary:

US$ 1200 per month

 

Job title:

Volunteer teacher

From:

08/1968

To:

04/1969

Employer:

Si Thammarat Syksa, Secondary education, Nakhon Si Thammarat, Thailand

Supervisor/contact:

Chatchawan Chaiyasate, (then) Head Teacher, Si Thammarat Syksa, (subsequently) Headmaster, The Prince Royal’s College, Chiang Mai, Thailand (and then) President, Payap University, Chiang Mai, Thailand (now retired)

Responsibilities:

Taught social studies in a secondary school in rural Thailand as part of a 5-year BA Program offered by Yale University to selected undergraduates students majoring in Area Studies, to give them the opportunity to spend one year in field work.

Salary:

volunteer work, room and board provided by school

 

Job title:

Counselor/Trainer

From:

06/1967

To:

09/1967

Employer:

Minnesota Board of Education, Minnesota USA

Supervisor:

Duane Georgius, Head, Division of Student Councils

Responsibilities:

In high school, I had been president of my school’s student council and also chairman of the Minnesota State Association of Student Council Presidents.  In the summer after my first year at university, the Minnesota Board of Education asked me to return to serve as counselor/trainer in the Board’s annual series of workshops for newly-elected high-school student leaders.

Salary:

US$ 250 per week, plus room and board

 

 

EDUCATION

 

Degree:

Post Graduate Research

University/School

University of Hawai’i, East-West Center, Population Institute

Location:

Honolulu, Hawai’i, United States of America

From/To:

06/1984 – 08/1984

Field of study:

Anthropology, Geography

Major subjects:

Bio-geography; mechanisms of population dispersal

Thesis title:

“The Impact of Forced Migration in the Dispersal of Southeast Asian Populations over the Past 2000 Years.”

 

Degree:

Master of Science leading to Doctor of Philosophy

University/ School:

Harvard University, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Department of Anthropology

Location:

Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States of America

From/To:

09/1976 – 01/1981:  course work: 9/1976 – 6/1978;oral defense 6/1978; field work 7/1978 – 1/1981; thesis subsequently submitted 6/1983 while employed by UN

Field of study:

Anthropology

Major subjects:

Anthropology, Archaeology

Supervisor/advisors:

Kwang-chih Chang

Thesis title:

“Post-Pleistocene Maritime Adaptations in the Southeast Asian Archipelago”

 

Degree:

Master of Arts

University/School:

Harvard University,  Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Department of Anthropology

Location:

Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States of America

From/To:

09/1974 – 06/1976

Field of study:

Anthropology

Major subjects:

Anthropology, Archaeology

Supervisor/advisor:

Ruth Tringham

Thesis title:

“Material Culture Parsimony – ceramic sequences and economic specialization in prehistoric Southeast Asia

 

Degree::

Master of Arts

University/School:

Harvard University, Harvard-Yenching Institute

Location:

Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States of America

From/To:

09/1974 – 06/1976

Field of study:

East Asian Studies

Major subjects:

Ancient History of China

Supervisors/advisors:

Ying-shih Yu

Thesis title:

“Materials Engineering during the Shang Dynasty – regional contributions to an imperial monopoly”

 

University/School:

Chinese University of Hong Kong, Yale-China/New Asia College Chinese Language Institute

Location:

Hong Kong SAR, China

From/To:

09/1971 – 06/1974

Field of study:

Chinese language

 

Degree:

Bachelor of Arts, magna cum laude

University/School:

Yale University,  Yale College

Location:

New Haven, Connecticut, United States of America

From/To:

09/1966 – 06/1971

Field of study:

Areas Studies, South and Southeast Asia

Major subjects:

Anthropology, Archaeology, History, Geography

Supervisor/advisors:

Harry Benda, Kwang-chih Chang

Senior thesis title:

“The Lake Dien Cultures of Proto-historic South China : models of state formation and cultural diffusion”

Junior thesis title:

“Sri Vijaya – the economics of a maritime empire”

Honors:

Dwight C. Waterman Award (1970); Phillip Lesser Award (1971); Yale College Student Representative on Yale Governance Commission; Chairperson of Calhoun College Council

Other activities:

Yale University Orchestra; Yale College DRAMAT (drama society)

 

Degree:

Certificate

University/School:

Yale-Cornell Universities Institute for Southeast Asian Language

Location:

Ithaca, New York, United States of America

From/To:

06/1970 – 08/1970

Field of study:

Thai language and literature

 

Degree:

High School Diploma

University/School:

Fridley High School

Location:

Fridley, Minnesota, United States of America

From/To:

09/1961 – 06/1966

Honors:

National Honor Society; Class Valedictorian; American Legion Award for Community Service; Student Council President; student representative on local chapter of American Field Service (AFS) student exchange program

Extra-curricular activities:

orchestra; debating society; drama society; sports teams (track-and-field; gymnastics; skiing; tennis); editor of school newspaper and class yearbook

 

 

LANGUAGE & COMPUTER SKILLS

 

 

Speak

Write

Read

Understand

Principal
language

 

 

 

 

 

 

English

Excellent

Excellent

Excellent

Excellent

x

French

Excellent

Excellent

Excellent

Excellent

 

Thai

Excellent

Good

Good

Excellent

 

Chinese

Fair

 

 

Fair

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Database

Advanced

Internet/Mail

Advanced

Presentation tools

Advanced

Spreadsheet

Advanced

Text processing

Advanced

 

 

Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Access, Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft Word, GIS applications (ArcView, ArcInfo etc)

 

 

PERSONAL SKILLS

 

Ancient History, Anthropology, Archaeology, Architecture, Art History, Asian Cultures, Asian History, Cultural Administration, Cultural And Social Anthropology, Cultural Economics, Cultural Heritage, Cultural History, Cultural Management, Cultural Research, Dissemination Of Culture, Economic Geography, Ethnology, Ethnomusicology, Fine Arts, Handicrafts, History, Human Geography, Management, Museum Administration, Museum Development, Museum Planning, Museum Training, Music, Performing Arts, Prehistory, Preservation Of Cultural Property, Preservation Of Monuments, Preservation Of Works Of Art, Project Management, Research Management, Research Planning, Research Programmes, Theatre, Urban Design, Urban Planning, Visual Arts

 

 

ASSOCIATIONS: MEMBERSHIP AND EXECUTIVE POSITIONS

 

AAHM Asian Academy for Heritage Management, Executive Secretary

AAS Association for Asian Studies

APPAN Asia-Pacific Performing Arts Network, Founder

ASAAE Association for Southeast Asian Archaeology in Europe

ICOMOS International Council on Monuments and Sites; Tourism Committee, Culture Landscape Committee

IPPA Indo-Pacific Pre-historians Association; Executive Committee

INTBAU International Network for Traditional Buildings, Architecture and Urbanism, Committee of Honour

mAAN Modern Asian Architecture Network, Founding Member

MOWCAP Memory of the World Asia-Pacific, Advisory Board, Chair of Publications

Oriental Ceramics Society

Thailand Culture Environment Foundation, Board of Advisors

Siam Society; (former) Council Member

Badan Warisan Malaysia, The Malaysian Heritage Trust

Penang Heritage Trust

 

 

RECENT AND REPRESENTATIVE PUBLICATIONS

 

JOURNAL OF HERITGE TOURISM, member of editorial board

 

(in press) Ethnoarchaeology of the Sea Nomads of the Andaman Sea,  Ethno-Archaeological Approaches to the Study of Cultural Ecology, Pamela Rogers, co-author, INNOVATIONS IN UNDERSTANDING ARCHAEOLOGY: NEW DIRECTIONS IN THEORY AND METHOD, University of Utah Press.

 

2009 ed., Heritage Homeowners Preservation Manual: Hoi An World Heritage Site, Viet Nam, Hoi An Center for Monuments Management and Preservationg, author, Ric Favis, co-editor, UNESCO Publishing, Bangkok. English and Vietnamese.

 

2009 editor-in-chief., Alleviating Poverty and protecting Cultural and Natural Heritage through Community-Based Ecotourism in Luang Namtha, Lao PDR,  Steven Schipani, author, Henricus Ponne, editor Lao PDR, IMPACT: The Effects of Tourism on Culture and the Environment, , UNESCO Publishing, Bangkok. English and Laotian.

 

2009 editor-in-chief., Sustainable Tourism and the Preservation of the World Heritage Site of the Ifugao Rice Terraces, Philippines, Save the Ifugao Terraces Movement, author, Ricardo Favis, editor IMPACT The Effects of Tourism on Culture and the Environment,  UNESCO Publishing, Bangkok.

 

2009 editor-in-chief., Culture Tourism and Heritage Management in the World Heritage Site of the Ancient Town of Hoi An, Viet Nam,  Hoi An Center for Management and Preservation, author, Ricardo Favis, editor IMPACT: The Effects of Tourism on Culture and the Environment, , UNESCO Publishing, Bangkok. English and Vietnamese.

 

2008, Lessons from China for Conserving Built Heritage:  First Principles Emerging from the UNESCO Asia-Pacific Heritage Conservation Awards, Montira Horayangura Unakul, co-author, BULLETIN OF THE ORIENTAL CERAMIC SOCIETY,  No. 14, Hong Kong SAR.

 

2008 et al, Cultural Diversity Programming Lens Toolkit, Vanessa Achilles, Susanne Schnuttgen, and Saori Tadao, co-authors, UNESCO Publishing, Bangkok. English, French, Spanish.

2008 “Forward”, Champa and the Archaeology of My Son (Viet Nam), Andrew Hardy, Mauro Cucarzi, Patricia Zolese, eds., National University of Singapore Press, Singapore.

 

2008 Seeing with Young Eyes: Using Art to Teach about World Heritage, Patricia Alberth, co-author, UNESCO Publishing, Bangkok.

 

2008 Statistics on Culture Industries:  A Framework for the Elaboration of National Capacity Building Projects, Pernille Askerud, co-author, UNESCO Publishing, Bangkok.

 

2008 The Hoi An Protocols for Best Conservation Practice in Asia, Pamela Rogers, co-author, Henricus Ponne, ed., UNESCO Publishing, Bangkok.

 

2008 ed., Heritage Homeowners Preservation Manual: Yojakarta, Hemachuli Gurung, author, Montira Horayangura Unakul, co-editor, UNESCO Publishing, Bangkok and Jakarta. English and Indonesia.

 

2007 “Developing Local Capacities for Conserving Heritage” in New Architecture and Urbanism: Development of Indian Traditions, Deependra Prashad, ed., INTBAU, New Delhi.

 

2007 et al,  Introducing the Arts for Teaching in the Heritage Environment, Patricia Alberth and Janet Pillay, co-authors, UNESCO Bangkok.

 

2007 “Protecting Indigenous Cultures within a Tourism Environment,” Occasional Paper, LANE DISTINGUISHED LECTURE, School of Travel Industry Management, University of Hawai’i, University of Hawai’i Press, Honolulu.

 

2007 et al, Asia Conserved, editor-in-chief and contributing author, UNESCO Publishing, Bangkok.

 

2006 ed et al., Asian Approaches To Conservation,  Proceedings of Research Conference 2006, UNESCO-ICCROM Asian Academy for Heritage Conservation, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok.

 

2006 ed et al., Guidelines to Document the Process of Producing Traditional Crafts, UNESCO Publishing, Bangkok.

 

2006 ed., Heritage Homeowners Preservation Manual: Kathmandu Valley World Heritage Site, Rohit Ranjitkar, author, Montira Horayangura Unakul, co-editor, UNESCO Publishing, Bangkok. English, Nepali, Newari.

 

2006 Statistics on Cultural Industries: Framework for the Elaboration of National Capacity Building Projects, Pernille Askerud co-author, UNESCO Publishing, Bangkok,

 

2006 “The Asia-Pacific Underwater Heritage and the UNESCO Convention 2001,” Finishing The Interrupted Voyage, LV Prott, ed., UNESCO with the Institute of Art and Law, Bangkok, Paris and London.

 

2005 et al., Educating For Creativity: Bringing The Arts And Culture Into Asian Education, Ellie Meleisea, ed., UNESCO Publishing, Bangkok.

 

2005 ed., Streetwise Asia - A Practical Guide for the Conservation and Revitalization of Heritage Cities and Towns in Asia, Elizabeth Vines, author, UNESCO Publishing, Bangkok. English and Chinese.

 

2004 et al, Cultural Heritage Management and Tourism: Models for Co-operation Among Stakeholders, Nordic World Heritage Foundation, Oslo.

 

2004 et al., Tourism and Heritage Site Management in Luang Prabang, Lao PDR, Heather Peters and Walter Jamieson, co-authors, IMPACT:  THE EFFECTS OF TOURISM ON CULTURE AND ENVIRONMENT IN ASIA, UNESCO Publishing, Bangkok. English and Laotian.

 

2004 et al., The PATA Central Java Task Force Report, Pacific Asia Travel Association, Bangkok.

 

2004 World Heritage in Young Southeast Asian Hands:  Introducing the Arts for Teaching on the Historic Environment, Beatrice Kaldun, co-author, UNESCO Publishing, Bangkok.

 

2003 ed.  “Conserving Asia’s Built Heritage: an integrated approach” ASIAN ACADEMY FOR HERITAGE MANAGEMENT, Field School Manual, UNESCO Bangkok.

 

2003 “Networking Heritage Education,” International Education Forum: Regionalism Under The Trends Of Globalization, School of Architecture, Southeast University, Southeast University Press, Nanjing.

 

2002 "Integrated Community Development and Cultural Heritage Site Preservation in Asia and the Pacific" The Horizontal Skyscraper, Bjorn Erring, Harald Hoyem, Synnove Vinsrygg, eds., Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Tapir Academic Press, Trondheim.

 

2001 co-ed., Indigenous People and Parks: The Surin Islands Project,in collaboration with UNESCO Bangkok, Chulalongkorn University Social Research Institute, and the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission of UNESCO, UNESCO Publishing, Paris.

 

2000 "Community Mobilization for Heritage Conservation and Development" World Culture Report 2000: Cultural Diversity, Conflict And Pluralism, UNESCO Publishing, Paris.

 

2000 "Culturally and Ecologically Sustainable Tourism Development through Local Community Management" Culture And Sustainable Development In The Pacific, Anthony Hooper, ed., Asia-Pacific Press, National Library of Australia, Canberra.

 

2000 World Heritage in Young Southeast Asian Hands, Beatrice Kaldun, co-author, UNESCO Publishing, Bangkok.

 

1999 et al, Champasak Heritage Management Plan,  Pakhanxay Sikhanxay, Mauro Curcazi, Patriza Zolese and Christopher Young, co-authors, Government of Lao PDR Press, Vientiane. English and Laotian.

 

1999 ed, GIS and Culture Heritage Resource Management: Manual for Heritage Managers; Paul Box, author with other contributors, UNESCO Publishing, Bangkok. English and Chinese.

 

1999 “Modeling prehistoric maritime adaptation in the Zhujiang Estuary,” Pamela Rogers, co-author, JOURNAL OF THE 16TH CONGRESS OF THE INDO-PACIFIC PREHISTORY ASSOCIATION, Australian National University Press, Canberra.

 

1999 "Technology in the Service of Archaeology: Angkor, Vat Phou and the Plain of Jars" PROCEEDINGS OF THE INDO-PACIFIC PREHISTORIANS ASSOCIATION, Peter Bellwood, ed., Australian National University Press, Canberra.

 

1999 “The Ethnoarchaeology of Southeast Asian Coastal Sites:  A model for the deposition and recovery of archaeological material,” Pamela Rogers, co-author, JOURNAL OF THE SIAM SOCIETY, Vol 86, Bangkok.

 

1998 “Maritime-Adapted Strategies in Post-Pleistocene Southeast Asia,” Pamela Rogers, co-author, BULLETIN OF THE INDO-PACIFIC PREHISTORY ASSOCIATION 16/3, Australian National University Press, Canberra.

 

1998 “The Phuket Project Revisited: the ethnoarchaeology through time of maritime adapted communities in Southeast Asia,” Pamela Rogers, co-author, JOURJNAL OF THE SIAM SOCIETY 85, Bangkok.

 

1997 Mongolia’s Cultural and Natural Heritage, Mongolian Ministry of Enlightenment, Ulan Bator and UNESCO Publishing, Beijing.

 

1995 “Traits or Treats? Units of Archaeological Study:  the example of maritime-adapted cultures in Southeast Asia,” Pamela Rogers, co-author, CONFERENCE PAPERS ON ARCHAEOLOGY IN SOUTHEAST ASIA, CT Leung and WL Li, eds., University of Hong Kong Press, Hong Kong.

 

1995 "Two Thousand Years of Engineering Genius on the Angkor Plain" EXPEDITION 37:3, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia.

 

1994 UNESCO In Cambodia 1951-1993, UNESCO Publishing, Paris and Phnom Penh, with HM King Norodom Sihanouk. English and Khmer.

 

1987 “Forest-gatherers and Strand-loopers: Econiche Specialization in Thailand” in Culture and the Environment in Thailand, The Siam Society, Bangkok.

 

1987 ed., Zhou Da Guan’s Customs of Cambodia, revised translation by James DiCrocco, The Siam Society, Bangkok.

 

1981 et al., “The Laotian Refugee Exodus as an Historically Patterned Migration,” OCCASIONAL PAPERS, UNHCR Publishing, Geneva and Bangkok.

 

1980 “Maritime AdaptatIons in South Thailand,” T-AB 0125-0191, Bangkok.

 

 

REFERENCES

 

UN/UNESCO

 

Francoise

RIVIERE

UNESCO Assistant Director-General for Culture,

UNESCO Headquarters, Paris, France

 

Email

 :

f.riviere@unesco.org

 

Francesco

BANDARIN

Director, UNESCO World Heritage Center

UNESCO Headquarters, Paris, France

 

Email

:

f.bandarin@unesco.org

Sheldon

SHAEFFER

Director of UNESCO Asia-Pacific Bureau for Education

Bangkok, Thailand

 

Email :

 

s_shaeffer@hotmail.com

 

Qunli

HAN

Director, UNESCO Office for West Central Asia

Tehran, Iran

 

Email:

q.han@unesco.org@unitar.org

Nassrine

AZIMI

Director, United Nations Institute for Training and Research,

Hiroshima  Center for Asia and the Pacific

Hiroshima, Japan

 

Email:

nassrine.azimi@unitar.org

GOVERNMENT SERVICE

 

Lyonpo Jigmi

THINLEY

Prime Minister of Bhutan (former Minister of Home and Cultural Affairs)

Thimphu, Bhutan

 

Email:

jigthin@gmail.com

Datuk Zuraina

MAJID

Malaysian Heritage Commissioner

Ministry of Unity, Culture, Arts and Heritage Malaysia

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

 

Email :

zuraina@heritage.gov.my

Yudhisthir Raj

ISAR

President

Culture Action Europe

European Forum for Arts and Heritage

American University of Paris

Paris, France

 

Email :

yrisar@gmail.com

Kris

ENDRESEN

Director

Nordic World Heritage Foundation

Oslo, Norway

 

Email :

kris.endresen@nwhf.org

Louis

NG

Executive Chairman, Antiquities and Monuments

Department of Home Affairs

Hong Kong SAR China

 

Email :

lcwng@lcsd.gov.hk

CONSERVATION MANAGEMENT

 

Amita

BAIG

Director, World Monuments Fund Asia

New Delhi, India

 

Email :

amitabaig@vsnl.com

Elizabeth

CARDOSA

Executive Director, Malaysian Heritage Trust

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

 

Email :

elizabeth@badanwarisan.org.my

Mauro

CUCARZI

Director, Lerici Foundation

Rome and Milan, Italy

 

Email :

maurocuc@tin.it 

folerici@tin.it

Christopher

YOUNG

Director, World Heritage Division

English Heritage

London, UK

 

Email :

christopher@young567.freeserve.co.uk

CULTURE TOURISM

 

Walter

JAMIESON

 

Professor

School of Innovation, Thamasat University

Bangkok, Thailand

 

Email:

wjtourism@hotmail.com

Fanny

VONG

President, Institute for Tourism

Macau SAR China

 

Email:

fanny@ift.edu.mo

Graham

BROOKS

Chair, ICOMOS Tourism Committee

Sydney, Australia

 

Email:

brooks@bigpond.com brooks@bigpond.net.au

ACADEMIA

 

Prof. Spencer LEINWEBER

Professor of Architecture,

School of Architecture, University of Hawai’i

Honolulu, Hawai’i USA

 

Email :

 

aspencer@hawaii.edu

 

Dr. Ayesha Pamela ROGERS 

 

Academic Coordinator

Center for Culture Heritage Conservation and Management

National College of Art,

Lahore, Pakistan

 

Email:

prr@aalhk.com

rkkandassoc@yahoo.com

culturalheritagenca@hotmail.com

Prof. David

LUNG

 

Professor and Head, Architecture Conservation Programme (ACP)

University of Hong Kong

Hong Kong, SAR China

 

Email:

 

dpylung@hkucc.hku.hk

 

Prof. Zhou

LU

World Heritage Focal Point for China

Professor of Architecture

Head, Heritage Management Center

Tsinghua University,

Beijing, China

 

Email:

lvzhou@tsinghua.edu.cn

Prof. William

LOGAN

UNESCO Chair and Director fo the Center for Culture Heritage Studies, Deakin University,

Melbourne , Australia

 

Email:

william.logan@deakin.edu.au

Prof. David

THROSBY

Professor Economics

Macquarie University

Sydney, Australia

 

Email:

dthrosby@ets.mq.edu.au

Prof Weimin

QUE

Professor and Director, World Heritage Studies Center

Beijing University

Beijing, China

 

Email:

wmque@mail.hz.zj.cn

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Prof. Penraj

KHANJANUSTHITI

Department of Architecture

Chulalongkorn University,

Bangkok, Thailand

 

Email:

kpinraj@chula.ac.th

Prof. Narumon

HINSHIRANAN ARUNOTHAI

Director, Social Science Research Center

Chulalongkorn University

Bangkok, Thailand

 

Email:

narumon.h@chula.ac.th

PROFESSIONAL

PRACTICE: CONSERVATION

 

Laurence

LOH

Vice President, Malaysia Heritage Trust,

Kuala Lumpur and Penang, Malaysia

 

Email:

laurence@myjaring.net

lohlim@gmali.com

Elizabeth

VINES

Principal, McDougall and Vines, Architects

Adelaide, Australia

 

Email:

mcdvines@bigpond.com

Chatvichai

PROMBHATTAVEDI

Board of Directors

Bangkok Institute of Contemporary Culture

Bangkok, Thailand

 

Email:

prospace@inet.co.th

prospace@idn.co.th

Roland

SILVA

Past-President ICOMOS International

Colombo, Sri Lanka

 

Email:

srsilva@mail5.lanka.net

PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE: CULTURE INDUSTRIES

 

Joseph

LO

Head, Culture and Development Unit

UNDP Bhutan, Bangaldesh and China

Thimphu, Bhutan and Singapore

 

Email:

joseph.lo@undp.org

Edric

ONG

President

Sarawak Craft Council

Kuching, Malaysia

 

Email:

edric.ong@gmail.com

Surapee

ROJANAVONGSE

President,

ASEAN Handicraft Promotion and Development Association,

Bangkok, Thailand

 

Email:

surapee@ahpada.com

Dinara

CHOCHUNBAEVA

President,

Central Asian Craft and Artisans Association

Bishkek, Kyrgzstan

 

Email:

dinachoch@yahoo.com

Desmond

HUI

Director, Centre for Culture and Development

Chinese University of Hong Kong

Hong Kong, SAR China

 

Email:

desmondhui@cihk.edu.hk

hui.desmond@gmail.com

Rosamaria

DURAND

Head of PLAN International Canada

Ottawa, Canada

 

Email

rosamaria.durand@sympatico.ca

 

 

date of preparation: 25/08/2009