Publications

Monographs

Cooke, L, 2010. Conservation Approaches to Earthen Architecture in Archaeological Contexts. British Archaeological Reports International Series S2147. Oxford: Archaeopress.

Book chapters

Cooke, L. 2015. The heritage of earth buildings: process, substance and climate change. In. The Future of Heritage as Climates Change: Loss, Adaptation and Creativity. Harvey, D & Perry J (eds). Routledge. p. 217-229.

Cooke, L. 2014. Earthen Architecture in Archaeological Conservation and Preservation Encyclopaedia of Global Archaeology p. 2260-2265

Cooke, L. 2011. Earthen architecture in the United Kingdom. In. Terra Europae – Earthen Architecture in the European Union. Pisa, Italy: Edizioni ETS. p. 188-191

Cooke, L, Chabenet, M, and O’Reilly, B. 2011. Earthen architecture in Northwestern Europe: Ireland, the United Kingdom and Northern France. In. Terra Europae – Earthen Architecture in the European Union. Pisa, Italy: Edizioni ETS. p. 48-63.

Cooke, L. 2007. Shir Dor Madrasa, Samarkand, Uzbekistan; Saminid Mausoleum, Bukhara, Uzbekistan; GreatKyz Kala, Merv, Turkmenistan. 1001 Buildings You Must See Before You Die. 2007. Quintessence, London.

Digital publications

Cooke, L. 2012. Vale of Pickering – Statement of Significance. Report for English Heritage (Yorkshire and Humber Region).

Cooke, L. 2013. Vale of Pickering – Statement of Significance. Summary Report for English Heritage (Yorkshire and Humber Region).

http://www.northyorks.gov.uk/article/26447/Multi-disciplinary-landscape-scale-research

Papers in conference proceedings

Cooke, L. 2012. Emerging Debates. Heritage Theory, Environment and Development. In. Heritage, a driver for development, ICOMOS’ 17th General Assembly Scientific Symposium proceedings – Part V – Session 2. Adapting to climate change and new challenges. pp. 1076-1078.

Cooke, L. 2011. The Use of Historic Photographs for the Study of Earthen Architecture. In. Ranier, L, Bass Rivera, A and Gandreau, D. Terra 2008. 10th International Conference on the Study and Conservation of Earthen Architecture February 1st-5th 2008. Bamako, Mali. Los Angeles: Getty Conservation Institute. p.155-160.

Cooke, L. 2004. Earthen Building Materials and Techniques at Merv, Turkmenistan. Preprints 4th International Conference on Building with Earth. 29.-30 October 2004. Leipzig, Germany. Weimar Germany: Dachverband Lehm e.V.

Cooke, L. 2003. To fill or not to fill. Backfilling at Merv, Turkmenistan. Preprints 9th International Conference on the Study and Conservation of Earthen Architecture, Terra 2003, Yazd, Iran. 29th November – 2nd December 2003. Iranian Cultural Heritage Organisation, Tehran.

Shared papers in conference proceedings

Augarde, C. Charles, M. Cooke, L, Jaquin, P, Keable, R. Morton, T. Row, A, Smith, L and Walker, P. 20.13. Earth building UK- national networks for earth builders and why does it matter. In. Terra 2012, Lima, Peru. The 11th International Conference on the Study and Conservation of Earthen Architectural Heritage.  

Brimblecombe, P and Cooke, L. 2013. Understanding climate and climate change impacts on earth structures- establishing a research agenda. In. Terra 2012, Lima, Peru. The 11th International Conference on the Study and Conservation of Earthen Architectural Heritage.

Bell, J. Kanan, I, and Cooke, L. 2013. The research work of the landscape group of ISCEAH-   identifying and discussing case studies. In. Terra 2012, Lima, Peru. The 11th International Conference on the Study and Conservation of Earthen Architectural Heritage.

Cooke, L and Fodde, E. 2013. Documenting earthen archaeological sites -the ISCEAH glossary of deterioration patterns. In. Terra 2012, Lima, Peru. The 11th International Conference on the Study and Conservation of Earthen Architectural Heritage.

Journal articles

Cooke, L. 2008. The archaeologist’s challenge or despair: reburial at Merv, Turkmenistan. Conservation and Management of Archaeological Sites. Vol. 9 No. 2, 97–112.

Fodde, E and Cooke, L. 2013. Conservation of earth structures at Al Ain Abu Dhabi. Journal of Architectural Conservation Volume 19Issue 3.

Miscellaneous

Cooke, L. 2014. Earthen Architecture in Archaeological Conservation and Preservation Encyclopaedia of Global Archaeology  pp 2260-2265

Cooke, L. 2011. Conservation in an age of consensus.  Book review. Conservation and Management of Archaeological Sites. Vol. 13 No. 1, 84–87

Cooke, L. 2009. Israeli Archaeological Activity in the West Bank 1967-2007: A Sourcebook, by R. Greenberg and A. Keinan. Book Review. Conservation & Management of Archaeological Sites. Vol. 11 Issue 3/4, Nov 2009. 351-353.

Cooke, L. 2009. Dakhleh Oasis Project. Book review. Conservation and Management of Archaeological Sites. Vol. 11 No. 2, May, 2009, 189–92

Cooke, L. 2009. Hatussa. Book review. Conservation and Management of Archaeological Sites. Vol. 11 No. 2, May, 2009, 189–92

Cooke, L. 2008. Protecting Catalhoyuk. Book Review. Conservation and Management of Archaeological Sites. Vol. 10 No. 2, 195–196. (Joint review with Gaigysyz Joraev and Gavin Lucas).

Cooke, L. 2008. Of the past, for the future: integrating archaeology and conservation. Book Review. Conservation and Management of Archaeological Sites. Vol. 9 No. 3, 174–175

Cooke, L. 2008. Terra 2008. The Tenth International Conference on the Study and Conservation of Earthen Architectural Heritage. Conference Review. Conservation and Management of Archaeological Sites. Vol. 9 No. 1, 49-53.

Project reports (unpublished)

Cooke, L. 2013. Conservation and training for earth materials at Gobekli Tepe: report September-October 2013 for Global Heritage Fund.

Cooke, L. 2013. Report on conservation workshop Pachacamac, Peru. June 2013 for Global Heritage Fund.

Cooke, L. 2013. Conservation planning for Gobekli Tepe: report on planning trip. May-June 2013 for Global Heritage Fund.

Cooke, L. 2013. English Heritage PNUM: 6755. NHPP 2B3 Recreational Activities. A project to provide a survey of recreational activities that can potentially have an adverse impact on the historic environment.

Cooke, L. 2010. Condition assessment for the excavated sites. Initial Summary Hili Archaeological Park, Al Ain, Abu Dhabi. Report Undertaken for Abu Dhabi Association for Cultural Heritage ADACH.

Cooke, L. 2010. Condition Assessment and Conservation Options for the Monuments, Hili Archaeological Park, Al Ain, UAE. Part 1 & Part 2. Stage C Report Undertaken for Abu Dhabi Association for Cultural Heritage ADACH.

 

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