News Media & Journal Articles

News Media

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Stephen Cousins, “Arches underpins historic context,” RIBA Journal, November 28, 2016.

Getty Conservation Institute, “Getty Conservation Institute, Historic England, and the City of Lincoln, England Announce Plans to Use Advanced Software to Help Manage England’s Cultural Heritage Places,” Press Release, November 16, 2016.

Mike O’Sullivan, “Online Archive Documents Destruction of Ancient Sites,”, July 29, 2016.

“Arches,” The Getty, Summer 2016: 22-27.

Getty Conservation Institute, “Getty Conservation Institute and World Monuments Fund Launch Latest Version of Arches Heritage Inventory and Management System,” Press Release, May 5, 2015.

Getty Conservation Institute, “Getty Conservation Institute and City of Los Angeles Launch HistoricPlacesLA, the First Comprehensive System Identifying Los Angeles’ Cultural resources,” Press Release, February 23, 2015.

Catherine Wagley, “Today’s Monuments Men Are on the Internet,”, February 7, 2014.

Getty Conservation Institute, “Getty Conservation Institute and World Monuments Fund Release Arches Software To Help Safeguard Cultural Heritage Sites Worldwide,” Press Release, December 4, 2013.

Jennifer Zaino, “The Arches Project Puts a Semantic and Geo-Spatial Spin on Cultural Heritage,”, April 4, 2013.

Adena Schutzberg, “The Arches Project: Turning Open Source GIS into a Heritage Inventory and Management System,” Directions Magazine, February 25, 2013.


Journal Articles

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Tim Williams, “Silk Roads in the Kingdom of Bhutan and the development of a national heritage inventory,” Archaeology International, 2017.

David Myers, “Finding efficiencies and pooling resources to improve federal, state, tribal, and local heritage inventory systems,” With a World of Heritage So Rich: Lessons from Across the Globe for U.S. Historic Preservation in its Second 50 years, Washington, DC: US/ICOMOS; U.S. Advisory Council on Historic Preservation, 2016.

David Myers, Alison Dalgity, and Yiannis Avramides, “Arches: A Free Software Platform Purpose-Built for Cultural Resource Inventories,” The Alliance Review, National Alliance of Preservation Commissions, Summer 2016: 22-27.

Philip Carlisle, Ioannis Avramides, Alison Dalgity, and David Myers, “The Arches Heritage Inventory and Management System: A Standards-Based Approach to the Management of Cultural Heritage Information.” Paper presented at the CIDOC (International Committee for Documentation of the International Council of Museums) Conference: Access and Understanding – Networking in the Digital Era, Dresden, Germany, 6-11 September 2014.

David Myers, Yiannis Avramides, and Alison Dalgity, “Changing the Heritage Inventory Paradigm: The Arches Open Source System,” Conservation Perspectives: The GCI Newsletter, Fall 2013: 4-9.

David Myers, Alison Dalgity, Ioannis Avramides, and Dennis Wuthrich, “Arches: An Open Source GIS for the Inventory and Management of Immovable Cultural Heritage,” in Progress in Cultural Heritage Preservation: 4th International Conference, EuroMed 2012, Lemessos, Cyprus, October 29- November 3, 2012, Proceedings: 817-24 (2012).