3 edition of Cultural heritage issues found in the catalog.
Cultural heritage issues
|Statement||edited by James A.R. Nafziger, Ann M. Nicgorski.|
|Contributions||Nafziger, James A. R., Nicgorski, Ann M.|
|LC Classifications||K3791 .C848 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009023785|
The modern-day threats to cultural heritage are dramatically illustrated through the future of languages, the verbal expression of culture. According to UNESCO, today one-third of the world’s languages have fewer than 1, speakers, and every two weeks a language dies with its last speaker. Book description: Heritage processes vary according to cultural, national, geographical, and historical contexts. This volume is unique in that it is dedicated to approaching the analysis of heritage through the concepts of social movements. Adapting the latest developments in the field of social movements, the Pages:
Cultural Heritage Management in China presents a thematic examination of the development of cultural heritage management (CHM) in an Asian context. It challenges assumptions of the primacy of community-sponsored action and heritage authority based on Western-derived ideals and practices that fit with democratic models for civil action. Cultural Heritage Law: Recent Developments In The Laws Of War And Occupation Chapter 6. Unraveling History: Return Of African Cultural Author: Lawrence M. Kaye.
Property Issues in Cultural Heritage Project. WHAT IS HERITAGE? Don’t let the 8,, Google hits to this question (as of 13 October ) bewilder you. Simply put, heritage is the past made present. Heritage is anything valued by people today that was also valued by previous generations. Heritage is what we have accepted as gifts from File Size: KB. While the issues that come within the area of cultural property and heritage resources law can often be highly charged, discussion in this book is presented in a neutral and balanced manner. Each chapter identifies the laws and controlling cases as well as the issues that may arise in handling a case, and concludes with frequently asked questions.
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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.
This book seeks to accomplish these purposes. What it explores is the fact that, allong with an emerging blend of adversarial and collaborative processes to address cultural heritage issues, has come a substantial broadening of the normative framework in recent by: The chapters in this collection chart a departure from the tradition of external heritage ethics towards a broader approach underpinned by the turn to human rights, issues of social justice and the political economy of heritage, conceptualising ethical responsibilities not as pertaining to the past, but to a future-focused domain of social action.
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.).
Established inCultural Heritage Books specialize in selling and buying the finest quality original first edition, signed, and rare antiquarian books. Cultural heritage is the legacy of physical artefacts and intangible attributes of a group or society that are inherited from past generations, maintained in the present and bestowed for.
This volume analyzes the politics, policy and practice of cultural heritage at the global level, identifying the major directions in which international heritage practice is moving, and exploring the key issues likely to shape the cultural heritage field well into the twenty-first century.5/5(1).
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Cultural heritage can be comprised of tangible things such as artifacts, artwork, and buildings, or intangible things, such as language, dances, and stories. Regardless of whether it is tangible or intangible, cultural heritage reflects the human aspects of our communities that shape who we are and how we interact with the world around us.
Historical and Philosophical Issues in the Conservation of Cultural Heritage / Edition 1 available in Paperback, NOOK Book Read an excerpt of this book.
Add to WishlistPrice: $ The Journal of Cultural Heritage (JCH) is a multidisciplinary journal of science and technology for studying problems concerning conservation and awareness of cultural heritage in a wide framework.
The main purpose of JCH is to publish original papers which. Part 1: Theoretical issues 1. Contemporary issues in cultural heritage tourism Jaime Kaminski, Angela M Benson and David Arnold 2. Heritage and tourism: Between practice and theory. Gregory Ashworth and John E.
Tunbridge 3. Views of the vernacular: Tourism and heritage of the ordinary Dallen J. Timothy 4. Telling the truth or selling an image. Cultural heritage is the legacy of physical artifacts and intangible attributes of a group or society that is inherited from past generations.
Not all legacies of past generations are "heritage", rather heritage is a product of selection by society. Cultural heritage includes tangible culture (such as buildings, monuments, landscapes, books, works of art, and artifacts), intangible culture.
/ The Problem With Cultural Heritage Tourism, “There are the issues of nativeness and tourism,” I wrote in the Sept. 15 MauiTime article the history of the conquest of humans was transformed to the conquest of nature,” Roderick Neumann wrote in his book Imposing Wilderness.
Cultural heritage has become a central concept of local and national identity, yet defining this heritage is always subjective. The essays in this volume discuss theoretical and practical issues related to the management of select Polish and foreign cultural institutions, showing that the essence of heritage resides in the choice to transform cultural goods into "heritage.".
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Cultural heritage consists of tangible and intangible, natural and cultural, movable and immovable assets inherited from the past. It is of extremely high value for the present and the future of communities. Access, preservation, and education around cultural heritage. Awareness of the significance of intangible cultural heritage (ICH) has recently grown, due to the promotional efforts of UNESCO and its Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage ().
However, the increased recognition of intangible heritage has brought to light its undervalued status within the museum and heritage sector, and raised questions about safeguarding.
“The book gives a comprehensive view on issues of cultural heritage and digital technologies. the collection does give an excellent illustration of how the digital age has changed cultural heritage and museums, as well as the methods of adapting to these changes.
this book is relatively easy to understand, making it suitable not just. "The perceived quality of a destination's cultural offering has long been a significant factor in determining tourist choices of destination. More recently, the need to present touristic offerings that include cultural experiences and heritage has become widely recognised, that this aspect of the tourism experience is an important differentiator of destinations, as well as being amongst the.
Intangible cultural heritage: oral traditions, performing arts, rituals. Natural heritage: natural sites with cultural aspects such as cultural landscapes, physical, biological or geological formations. Heritage in the event of armed conflict.Australia's response to ratifying the UNESCO Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage has been cautious.
Its original refusal to ratify the Convention appeared to soften with a change of national government inbut in there is still no Cited by: 1.Cultural Heritage and Tourism in the Developing World is the first book of its kind to synthesize global and regional issues, challenges, and practices related to cultural heritage and tourism, specifically in less-developed nations.
The importance of preservation and management of cultural heritage has been realized as an increasing number of tourists are visiting heritage attractions.