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Heritage and Globalisation


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Part 1: Global and Local Tensions 1. The Magic List of Global Status: UNESCO, World Heritage and the Agendas of States Marc Askew 2. Politics and Power: The Hiroshima Peace Memorial (Genbaku Dome) as World Heritage Olwen Beazley 3. World Heritage, Authencity and Post-authenticity: International and National Perspectives Sophoa Labadi 4. An Ivory Bull Head from Afghanistan: Legal and Ethical Dilemmas in National and Globalized Heritage Juliette van Krieken-Pieters 5. Globalizing Intangible Cultural Heritage? Between International Arenas and Local Aappropriations Chiara Bortolotto Part 2: Heritage, Development and Globalisation 6. Heritage Tourism: The Dawn of a New Era? Tim Winter 7. The Glocalisation of Heritage through Tourism: Balancing Standardization and Differentiation Noel Salazar 8. The Business of Heritage and the Private Sector Fiona Starr Part 3: The Future of the Past: Twenty-first Century Challenges 9. Cultural Heritage and the Global Environmental Ccrisis Colin Long and Anita Smith 10. Conflict Heritage and Expert Failure Lynn Meskell 11. Material Heritage and Poverty Reduction Kathryn Lafrenz Samuels

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UNESCO consultant Deakin University, Australia


'Almost every researcher, teacher, and student working in the field of heritage studies will find this collection a valuable source of information and inspiration, and it should also be required reading for politicians, heritage professionals, and community activists developing strategies for the coming decade.' -- Conservation and Management of Archaeological Sites

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