Arch. Ruth Liberty-Shalev specializes in the conservation and re-use of built heritage since 1994. She worked on archaeological sites in Jerusalem (1994-98) and on historic industrial and educational facilities in New Jersey (1998-2001). In 2002 she received an MA (cum Laude) from Oxford Brookes Univ. and continued to work on conservation projects in Oxford UK (2002-05). Alongside her professional work, Ruth leads the Conservation of Built Heritage Unit at the Faculty of Architecture and Town Planning, Technion Israel Institute of Technology.
/Heritage and Community
/Culture, materials and technology in traditional architecture
/3D modeling of historical environments
/Theory of 20th-century heritage conservation
/Policy and ethics in conservation