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Contested cultural heritage

Helaine Silverman

Contested cultural heritage

religion, nationalism, erasure, and exclusion in a global world

by Helaine Silverman

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Published by Springer in New York, London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Historic preservation,
  • Political aspects,
  • Cultural property,
  • Cultural policy,
  • Nationalism,
  • Archaeology

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementHelaine Silverman, editor
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCC135 .C66 2011
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 286 p.:
    Number of Pages286
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25375149M
    ISBN 101441973044
    ISBN 109781441973047
    LC Control Number2010938126
    OCLC/WorldCa662410161

    TY - BOOK. T1 - Contested Cultural Heritage. T2 - Religion, Nationalism, Erasure, and Exclusion in a Global World. A2 - Silverman, Helaine I. PY - /12/1. Y1 - /12/1. N2 - Cultural heritage is material - tangible and intangible - that signifies a culture's history or by:   Against the backdrop of international conventions and their implementation, Cultural Property and Contested Ownership explores how highly-valued cultural goods are traded and negotiated among diverging parties and their interests. Cultural artefacts, such as those kept and trafficked between art dealers, private collectors and museums, have become increasingly localized in a ‘Bermuda.

    Table of Contents 1 Contested Cultural Heritage: A Selective Historiography, Helaine Silverman.- 2 The Stratigraphy of Forgetting: The Great Mosque of Cordoba and Its Contested Legacy, D. Fairchild Ruggles.- 3 Aestheticized Geographies of Conflict: The Politicization of Culture and the Culture of Politics in Belfast’s Mural Tradition, Alexandra Hartnett.- 4 Blood of Our Ancestors: Cultural Price: $ Although contested cultural heritage has not always been specified in these words, the concept has been cogently present for at least 25 years in anthropology, archaeology, history, geography, architecture, urbanism, and tourism (to name the most obvious disciplines) and is now a framework driving much applied research in these fields by:

    Cultural Heritage Ethics provides cutting-edge arguments built on case studies of cultural heritage and its management in a range of geographical and cultural contexts. Moreover, the volume feels the pulse of the debate on heritage ethics by discussing timely issues such as access, acquisition, archaeological practice, curatorship, education, ethnology, historiography, integrity, legislation Author: Constantine Sandis (Ed.). Lee "Contested Cultural Heritage Religion, Nationalism, Erasure, and Exclusion in a Global World" por disponible en Rakuten Kobo. Cultural heritage is material – tangible and intangible – that signifies a culture’s history or legacy. It has become a Brand: Springer New York.


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But who defines what is to be preserved and what is to be erased. As cultural heritage. This book presents innovative ethnographic perspectives on the intersections between art, anthropology, and contested cultural heritage, drawing on research from the interdisciplinary TRACES project (funded by the EU's Horizon program).

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It has become a Brand: Springer New York. The issue stems from various groups: religious, ethnic, national, political, and others come together to claim, appropriate, use, exclude, or erase markers and manifestations of their own and others’ cultural heritage as a means for asserting, defending, or denying critical claims to power, land, and legitimacy.

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Kenneth G. Willis, in Handbook of the Economics of Art and Culture, Definition of Cultural Heritage. Cultural heritage is the legacy of physical artifacts and intangible attributes of society inherited from past generations.

Physical artifacts include works of art, literature, music, archaeological and historical artifacts, as well as buildings, monuments, and historic places. Cultural heritage is material – tangible and intangible – that signifies a culture’s history or legacy.

It has become a venue for contestation, ranging in scale from protesting to violently claimed and destroyed. But who defines what is to be preserved and what is to be erased.

As cultural heritage becomes increasingly significant across the world, the number of issues for critical. Book Description. Against the backdrop of international conventions and their implementation, Cultural Property and Contested Ownership explores how highly-valued cultural goods are traded and negotiated among diverging parties and their interests.

Cultural artefacts, such as those kept and trafficked between art dealers, private collectors and museums, have become increasingly localized in a. Although “contested cultural heritage” has not always been specified in these words, the concept has been cogently present for at least 25 years in anthropology, archaeology, history.

Kim Baker, in Information Literacy and Cultural Heritage, The role of memory and contested history in cultural heritage. As was found with cultural heritage, the notions of memory and contested history have not been discussed much in the field of library science, whereas the literature in museum studies and archival science is filled with discourse on these aspects.

Abstract. Although “contested cultural heritage” has not always been specified in these words, the concept has been cogently present for at least 25 years in anthropology, archaeology, history, geography, architecture, urbanism, and tourism (to name the most obvious disciplines) and is now a framework driving much applied research in these fields by: Contested Space Revisited: George Town Penang, Before and After UNESCO World Heritage Listing explores the cultural, social and physical history of the East India Company’s historic port settlement of George Town and its multi-ethnic population, tracing its urban evolution, the cultures and traditions of its diverse communities and the reflection of these influences in their architecture.

Key Issues in Cultural Heritage is a new and unique series which aims to identify interdisciplinary debates within the changing and under-theorized field of Heritage Studies and to explore how they impact on the practices not only of heritage management and conservation, but also the processes of production, consumption and engagement with heritage in its many and varied forms.

Focusing on the roles of "folk literati" in the transmission of tradition, You examines how contested concepts of deeply rooted myths, legends, histories, and beliefs play out in the local social ecology over decades of modernization and socialist construction, most recently in the age of Intangible Cultural Heritage agendas.

Palgrave Studies in Cultural Heritage and Conflict. This book series explores the relationship between cultural heritage and conflict. The key themes of the series are the heritage and memory of war and conflict, contested heritage, and competing memories. The series editors seek books that analyze the dynamics of the past from the.

Request PDF | Material Culture and Contested Heritage in Tourism | Contestation is a central element of heritage tourism. This pathfinding book argues that cultural diversity should be a key. This book originated in a symposium on cultural heritage that took place in the National Gallery of Slovenia in Ljubljana in Its aim was to address the construction of heritage across a variety of contexts, with particular reference to its role in the formation of national identities.

ISBN: X: OCLC Number: Description: xiv, pages ; 24 cm. Contents: 1. CONTESTED PASTS IN DIVIDED CITIES: INTRODUCTION, Mirjana Ristic and Sybille FrankPart I: TRANSFORMATIONS OF HERITAGE AS 'CONFLICT BY OTHER MEANS' 2.

"This book presents innovative and creative ethnographic perspectives on the intersection between art, anthropology, and contested cultural heritage resulting from ethnographic and artistic research by the TRACES project (an interdisciplinary research project funded by the EU's Horizon programme involving a collaboration between institutional partners in 11 European countries).

1 Contested Cultural Heritage: A Selective Historiography, Helaine Silverman.- 2 The Stratigraphy of Forgetting: The Great Mosque of Cordoba and Its Contested Legacy, D.

Fairchild Ruggles.- 3 Aestheticized Geographies of Conflict: The Politicization of Culture and the Culture of Politics in Belfast's Mural Tradition, Alexandra Hartnett.- 4 Blood of Our Ancestors: Cultural Heritage .This edited volume brings together insights from heritage studies, governance studies, and political science to understand how the role of government in cultural contestation can be explained.

It also furthers theory formulation pertaining to the way government deals with cultural contestation.1 Contested Cultural Heritage: A Selective Historiography, Helaine Silverman.- 2 The Stratigraphy of Forgetting: The Great Mosque of Cordoba and Its Contested Legacy, D.

Fairchild Ruggles.- 3 Aestheticized Geographies of Conflict: The Politicization of Culture and the Culture of Politics in Belfast's Mural Tradition, Alexandra Hartnett.- 4 Blood of Our Ancestors: Cultural Heritage Management.