Dr. Cut Dewi, ST., MT,M.Sc

Tentang Saya (About Me)

Cut Dewi works in the area of architectural and urban heritage studies. She finished her bachelor at Department of Architecture, Syiah Kuala University, did her master at Groningen University, the Netherlands in the field Environmental and Infrastructure Planning and SAPPK, Institut Teknologi Bandung (ITB). In 2015, she finished her PhD at the Australian National University with the thesis Iconic Architectural Heritage in Banda Aceh: Remembering and Conservation in post-disasyter contexts. She is a member of Association for Critical Heritage Studies (ACHS). She has taught architecture at Syiah Kuala University since 2002 until now. Her interest is architectural conservation and urban planning.

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Publikasi (Publications)

Jurnal (Journals)

Cut Dewi: Izziah, Erna Meutia, dan Julie Nichols, 2019, Negotiating Authorized Heritage Discourse (AHD) in Banda Aceh after reconstruction, Journal of Architectural Conservation , Volume, 211-227, Print ISSN: 1355-6207, Online ISSN: 2326-6384.

Amy Clarke, Cut Dewi, Kelly Greenop, Ali Mozaffari, Khoo Salma, Nigel Westbrook, and Tim Winter, 2018, Forum: Reflecting on the Politics of Patrimony, Fabrications The Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians, Australia and New Zealand , 28, , 256-271, Print ISSN: 1033-1867 Online ISSN: 2164-4756.

Cut Dewi, 2017, Rethinking architectural heritage conservation in post-disaster context, International Journal of Heritage Studies , Volume, 587-600, Print ISSN: 1352-7258 Online ISSN: 1470-3610.

Cut Dewi dan Haryo Winarso, 2010, URBAN HERITAGE CONSERVATION IN ACEH, INDONESIA: CONSERVING PEUNAYONG FOR TOURISM, Asean Journal on Hospitality and Tourism , 9, 15-28, ISSN: 1412-2073.

Cut Dewi, 2010, Marketing the Banda Aceh City's Heritage , Nalars, 8, , 1412-3266.

Cut Dewi, 2010, Colonial Heritage: History, Architecture, and Interpretation, Etika, 1, 153-168, 2086-0145.

Cut Dewi, 2009, Heritage Conservation: Reuse Stretegy, Raut, 7, 17-28, 2085-0905.

Prosiding (Proceedings)

Cut Dewi dan Era Nopera Rauzi, 2018, Architectural heritage in post-disaster society: a tool for resilience in Banda Aceh after the 2004 tsunami disaster, Advancing Knowledge, Research, and Technology for Humanity, The 7th AIC-ICMR on Sciences and Engineering 2017, Gedung AAC Dayan Dawood, Universitas Syiah Kuala, October 18-20, 2017, Banda Aceh, 18-20 October 2017, , online ISSN: 1757-899X, Print ISSN 1757-.

Erna Meutia, Cut Dewi, Izziah, dan Muhammad Saleh, 2018, HOW TO SAVE IT AND HOW IT SAVES US: BUILT HERITAGE AND DISASTER, Towards Safe Cities & Resilient Communities, 3rd International Conference on Rebuilding Place (ICRP 2018), Ipoh, Malaysia, 13-14 September 2018, Ipoh, Malaysia, Faculty of Architecture Planning and Surveying, UiTM Perak, Malaysia, , eISBN 978-967-5741-63-0.

Cut Dewi, 2017, PEMBANGUNAN KOTA DAN BANGUNAN BERSEJARAH PASCA-BENCANA: SEBUAH TELAAH KRITIS, Kota Sadar Bencana, Seminar Nasional KOTA SADAR BENCANA, Banda Aceh, 17 April 2017, Banda Aceh, Lab. Perencanaan dan Perancangan Kota dan Lab. Desain dan Model Struktur, JAPFT, Universitas Syiah Kuala, , 978–602–74128–1-1.

Era Opera Rauzi dan Cut Dewi, 2017, Historic Urban Landscape and Its Posibilities and Challenge in Banda Aceh, Reinvention of Local Tradition & New Technologies for Sustainability, International Conference on Architecture 2017 (ICRP-AVAN), Banda Aceh, October 18-19, 2017, Banda Aceh, Department of Architecture and Planning, University of Syiah Kuala, , ISBN 978-602-74128-2-8.

Cut Dewi, 2016, Islamism of Urban Planning in Banda Aceh, Proceeding of The International Conference of Engineering and Science for Research and Development (ICESRED), ICESRED, Banda Aceh, 25-26 October 2016, Banda Aceh, Faculty of Engineering Syiah Kuala University, , ISSN: 2541-4151.

Penghargaan (Awards)

10-10-2010, Dosen Berprestasi III Fakultas Teknik, Unsyiah, Fakultas Teknik Unsyiah, Banda Aceh, Indonesia.