Juliette Passilly is a young researcher at the Canada Research Chair in Urban Heritage and the Héritage-UMR Cergy Paris laboratory as part of her PhD in cotutelle under Lucie K. Morisset and Cécile Doustaly codirection and the co-supervision of Véronique Dassié. Her thesis work is about ‘ The Heritage communities as a lever for valorisation of post industrial territories”. Trained in plastic arts and art history, she is interested in the perception of objects and phenomena as well as strategies of creation/recognition/valorization. His thesis work couples heritage and anthropological approaches. Driven by the desire to act on its environment, it is mobilized in the associative and cultural projects.