Introduction: Of Seduction and Disenchantment: An Approach to the Heritage Process Camila del Marmol, Marc Morell and Jasper Chalcraft 1. Metaculture and its Malcontents: World Heritage in Southwestern Libya Jasper Chalcraft 2. Buddhist Circuits and Worlding Practices in North India David Geary 3. Seductions and Disenchantments in the Making of an Ecomuseum Cristina Grasseni 4. Imprisoning Ethnic Heritage in French Guiana: The Seduction of a Penal Colony Bernard Cherubini 5. Indigenous Crafts, Political Re-enchantment and the Rationale of Heritage Making in Costa Rica Julien Laverdure 6. Mexico for Sale: The Manipulation of Cultural Heritage for Tourism Purposes: The Case of the Xcaret Night Show Rafael Guerrero-Rodriguez 7. Feeding Disenchantment: On the Heritage Intricacies of Cookery Books and the Olive Oil Festival in Malta Elise Billiard 8. Tourism Values and the Becoming Ordinary of Heritage Marc Morell
Camila del Marmol works as aã Professora Associadaã at the University of Barcelona, Spain. She has pursued ethnographic research in the Catalan Pyrenees focusing on the development of heritage processes. She is the author of Pasados locales, politicas globales. Procesos de patrimonializacion en un valle del Pirineo catalan (2012). Marc Morell works as aã Professor Associatã at the Universitat de les Illes Balears, Spain. Besides his affiliation to various associations,ã heã is actively involved in theã Politica, Treball i Sostenibilitat research group at theã Universitat de les Illes Balearsã andã theã Observatori de l'Antropologia del Conflicte Urbaã at theã Universitat de Barcelona. Jasper Chalcraft is Visiting Research Fellow at the University of Sussex, and Honorary Research Fellow at the University of Leicester, UK. He has conducted fieldwork at three World Heritage rock art sites, in alpine Italy, central Tanzania and south western Libya. He is currently project manager for the CHaP (Cultural Heritage and Peacebuilding) project in the University of Leicester's School of Archaeology and Ancient History and a Visiting Lecturer at the Universita degli Studi di Scienze Gastronomiche, Italy.