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Cambridge Heritage Research Centre



Bryan Lintott’s research focuses on how sites, structures and artefacts located in extreme environments beyond national boundaries, and ascribed heritage significance, are governed, managed, conserved and utilised. His research includes human heritage in Antarctica, Space, on the Moon, planets and asteroids. His heritage related endeavours range from research into heritage at risk from natural forces and human agency to developing heritage governance and management resources to inform the Antarctica Treaty System.


Partner, Cambridge Heritage Research Centre
Research Associate, Scott Polar Research Institute. Historian and social scientist.
ICOMOS International Committee on Risk Preparedness (ICORP), Expert member
ICOMOS International Polar Heritage Committee (IPHC), Secretary-General
Dr Bryan  Lintott
Not available for consultancy