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Societal impact pitch for 'Lost building traditions' project

Postma, D., 1-Jun-2016

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Postma, D. (Author). (2016). Societal impact pitch for 'Lost building traditions' project. Digital or Visual Products

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Postma, Daniël (Author). / Societal impact pitch for 'Lost building traditions' project. [Digital or Visual Products].

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Postma, D, Societal impact pitch for 'Lost building traditions' project, 2016, Digital or Visual Products.

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Societal impact pitch for 'Lost building traditions' project. Postma, Daniël (Author). 2016. Event: Sustainable Society Impact Award (part of the Horizon 2020 project ACCOMPLISSH), University of Groningen, Sustainable Society, Groningen, Netherlands.

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Postma D (Author). Societal impact pitch for 'Lost building traditions' project 2016.


BibTeX

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title = "Societal impact pitch for 'Lost building traditions' project",
abstract = "In this video Dani{\"e}l presents his research project 'Lost building traditions: turf construction and early medieval architecture in the southern North Sea area'. For this project he built the first reconstruction of an early medieval turf house together with tens of volunteers. Several societal activities were organised around the build and updates on the work were provided through the regional media, on the website and social media. The regional broadcasting network Omrop Frysl{\^a}n produced an extensive documentary which was also broadcasted on national television. In the richly illustrated and accessibly written 'turf house book' Dani{\"e}l presents the academic backgrounds of the reconstruction. For this remarkable building project, which was conducted in close cooperation with the province of Frysl{\^a}n, Dani{\"e}l was supported by many volunteers and colleagues and numerous funding bodies and project partners.",
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