Henning Schulze is a Senior Lecturer in the School of History and Heritage since 2009.
Previously he has worked at the
Conservation Training Programme for the Qianlong Garden Conservation Project at the Forbidden City, Beijing; provided by (CRAFT) Conservation Resources for Architectural Interiors / Furniture, and Training, a joint project of the Palace Museum, Beijing and the World Monument Fund, New York. 2010.
Galway Mayo Institute of Technology, Letterfrack Campus, Ireland, 2002-2009,
BSc. Programme in Furniture Conservation and Restoration.
Lecturer and Programme Coordinator
New University Lisbon, Portugal, Faculty for Science and Technology,
BA (Hons) Conservation Programme, 2004 and 2005.
Visiting Lecturer Furniture Conservation
Conservation Letterfrack, Ireland, 2001-02,
Conservator Wooden Objects and
BSc. Programme in Furniture Conservation and Restoration, GMIT Letterfrack
University of Applied Sciences Potsdam, Faculty of Architecture and Urban Development, Potsdam, Germany, 1997-2001, BA (Hons) Programme in Wooden Objects Conservation
Tutor and Conservation Technician
Westphalian Regional Conservation Centre, Schloss Lüttinghof, Germany, 1996-97,
Conservator Wooden Objects, Part-time Lecturer for Museum Technician Training Programme
Metropolitan Museum New York, Sherman Fairchild Centre for Objects Conservation.
New York, USA,1994-96,
Historic Museum Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 1993-94,
Conservator Dept. Applied Arts
Museum for Applied Arts Berlin, Germany, 1988-98,
Jach Furniture Conservation, Braunschweig, Germany,1983-86
Pre-programme conservation internship
Fine Woodworking and Cabinetmaking Apprenticeship, 1980 - 1983
Objects Conservation (Social History, Anthropological Objects), Historic Interiors