Filename: heritage.pdf
ISBN: 9781136267666
Release Date: 2012-09-10
Number of pages: 288
Author: Rodney Harrison
Publisher: Routledge

Download and read online Heritage in PDF and EPUB Historic sites, memorials, national parks, museums...we live in an age in which heritage is ever-present. But what does it mean to live amongst the spectral traces of the past, the heterogeneous piling up of historic materials in the present? How did heritage grow from the concern of a handful of enthusiasts and specialists in one part of the world to something which is considered to be universally cherished? And what concepts and approaches are necessary to understanding this global obsession? Over the decades, since the adoption of the World Heritage Convention, various ‘crises’ of definition have significantly influenced the ways in which heritage is classified, perceived and managed in contemporary global societies. Taking an interdisciplinary approach to the many tangible and intangible ‘things’ now defined as heritage, this book attempts simultaneously to account for this global phenomenon and the industry which has grown up around it, as well as to develop a ‘toolkit of concepts’ with which it might be studied. In doing so, it provides a critical account of the emergence of heritage studies as an interdisciplinary field of academic study. This is presented as part of a broader examination of the function of heritage in late modern societies, with a particular focus on the changes which have resulted from the globalisation of heritage during the late twentieth and early twenty-first centuries. Developing new theoretical approaches and innovative models for more dialogically democratic heritage decision making processes, Heritage: Critical Approaches unravels the relationship between heritage and the experience of late modernity, whilst reorienting heritage so that it might be more productively connected with other pressing social, economic, political and environmental issues of our time.

Archaeology and Heritage

Filename: archaeology-and-heritage.pdf
ISBN: 0826458955
Release Date: 2002
Number of pages: 228
Author: John Carman
Publisher: A&C Black

Download and read online Archaeology and Heritage in PDF and EPUB Unlike most textbooks on heritage which discuss the creation of heritage as a cultural phenomenon or offer practical guides to heritage practices, Archaeology and Heritage takes a fresh approach by providing an introduction to themes in the field of heritage as it relates to the material legacy of our past. A survey of current approaches to theorizing archaeological practice presents some ideas about how we understand and relate to the remains, sites, structures and buildings that have come to our present from the past.The book is divided into seven chapters, each preceded by a short interlude which considers the types of literature and ways of talking about heritage which characterize that approach. For those not already acquainted with recent archaeological theory, the book provides a brief introduction to current trends. Each chapter is in turn divided into key points indicated by sub-headings, and these key points are reiterated at the end of each chapter and are followed by a list of suggested readings.

Pr dikat Heritage

Filename: pr-dikat-heritage.pdf
ISBN: 9783825898922
Release Date: 2007
Number of pages: 367
Author: Dorothee Hemme
Publisher: LIT Verlag Münster

Download and read online Pr dikat Heritage in PDF and EPUB Die kulturellen Praktiken der Heritage-ifizierung - der Herausbildung und Nutzung von kulturellem Erbe - sind es, die in diesem Band in ethnographischer und historischer Perspektive einer Bestandsaufnahme unterzogen werden. Ein interdisziplinäres Autorenfeld untersucht Fallbeispiele vom Baltikum bis nach Südmexiko und durchleuchtet die spätmoderne Konjunktur des kulturellen Erbes auf ihre historische Genese und gegenwärtige Ausprägung. Die Beiträge erkunden die Rolle der Wissenschaften in der Produktion von kulturellem Erbe und fragen nach analytischen Zugangsweisen an das Thema heritage.


Filename: heritage.pdf
Release Date: 1967
Number of pages: 48
Author: P. J. Barry
Publisher: Baker's Plays

Download and read online Heritage in PDF and EPUB "Heritage is an American folk tale about the Lincoln women. From the time of his maternal grandmother, Lucy Hanks, through his marriage to Mary Todd and life in the White House we see how these women were influential in helping to shape the destiny of our sixteenth president who never appears in the play"--Page 5.

Dictionaries in Early Modern Europe

Filename: dictionaries-in-early-modern-europe.pdf
ISBN: 9781139471053
Release Date: 2008-03-27
Number of pages:
Author: John Considine
Publisher: Cambridge University Press

Download and read online Dictionaries in Early Modern Europe in PDF and EPUB Dictionaries tell stories of many kinds. The history of dictionaries, of how they were produced, published and used, has much to tell us about the language and the culture of the past. This monumental work of scholarship draws on published and archival material to survey a wide range of dictionaries of western European languages (including English, German, Latin and Greek) published between the early sixteenth and mid -seventeenth centuries. John Considine establishes a powerful model for the social and intellectual history of lexicography by examining dictionaries both as imaginative texts and as scholarly instruments. He tells the stories of national and individual heritage and identity that were created through the making of dictionaries in the early modern period. Far from dry, factual collections of words, dictionaries are creative works, shaping as well as recording early modern culture and intellectual history.

Uses of Heritage

Filename: uses-of-heritage.pdf
ISBN: 9781134368020
Release Date: 2006-11-22
Number of pages: 368
Author: Laurajane Smith
Publisher: Routledge

Download and read online Uses of Heritage in PDF and EPUB Examining international case studies including USA, Asia, Australia and New Zealand, Laurajane Smith identifies and explores the use of heritage throughout the world. Challenging the idea that heritage value is self-evident, and that things must be preserved because they have an inherent importance, Smith forcefully demonstrates that heritage value is not inherent in physical objects or places, but rather that these objects and places are used to give tangibility to the values that underpin different communities and to assert and affirm these values. A practically grounded accessible examination of heritage as a cultural practice, The Uses of Heritage is global in its benefit to students and field professionals alike.

The Ashgate Research Companion to Heritage and Identity

Filename: the-ashgate-research-companion-to-heritage-and-identity.pdf
ISBN: 0754649229
Release Date: 2008
Number of pages: 461
Author: Brian J. Graham
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.

Download and read online The Ashgate Research Companion to Heritage and Identity in PDF and EPUB Heritage represents the meanings and representations conveyed in the present day upon artefacts, landscapes, mythologies, memories and traditions from the past. It is a key element in the shaping of identities, particularly in the context of increasingly multicultural societies. This Research Companion brings together an international team of authors to discuss the concepts, ideas and practices that inform the entwining of heritage and identity. They have assembled a wide geographical range of examples and interpret them through a number of disciplinary lenses that include geography, history, museum and heritage studies, archaeology, art history, history, anthropology and media studies. This outstanding companion offers scholars and graduate students a thoroughly up-to-date guide to current thinking and a comprehensive reference to this growing field.

Handbook of Space Engineering Archaeology and Heritage

Filename: handbook-of-space-engineering-archaeology-and-heritage.pdf
ISBN: 1420084321
Release Date: 2009-06-26
Number of pages: 1035
Author: Ann Darrin
Publisher: CRC Press

Download and read online Handbook of Space Engineering Archaeology and Heritage in PDF and EPUB Some might think that the 27 thousand tons of material launched by earthlings into outer space is nothing more than floating piles of debris. However, when looking at these artifacts through the eyes of historians and anthropologists, instead of celestial pollution, they are seen as links to human history and heritage. Space: The New Frontier for Archeologists Handbook of Space Engineering, Archaeology and Heritage, published this month by CRC Press Taylor and Francis Group, brings together 43 anthropologists, historians, physicists, and engineers, a scientific team as culturally diverse as the crew of any science fiction cruiser. They offer a range of novel historical and technological perspectives on humankind’s experience in space. This ambitious work presents an informative, thought-provoking, and educational text that discusses the evolution of space engineering, spacecraft reliability and forensics, field techniques, and mission planning, as well as space programs for the future. The book is edited by a pair of scientists from different sides of the campus: Ann Garrison Darrin, aerospace engineer and NASA veteran and Beth Laura O’Leary, anthropologist and member of the World Archaeological Congress Space Heritage Task Force. The handbook delves into the evolution of space archaeology and heritage, including the emerging fields of Archaeoastronomy, Ethnoastronomy, and Cultural Astronomy. It also covers space basics and the history of the space age from Sputnik to modern day satellites. It discusses the cultural landscape of space, including orbital artifacts in space, as well as objects left on planetary surfaces and includes a look at the culture of Apollo as a catalog of manned exploration of the moon. It also considers the application of forensic investigation to the solving of cold case mysteries including failed Mars mission landing sites and lost spacecraft, and even investigates the archaeology of the putative Roswell UFO crash site and appraises material culture in science fiction.


Filename: heritage.pdf
ISBN: UVA:X030531011
Release Date: 1985
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A Heritage of Stars

Filename: a-heritage-of-stars.pdf
ISBN: 9780575122574
Release Date: 2011-09-29
Number of pages: 219
Author: Clifford D. Simak
Publisher: Hachette UK

Download and read online A Heritage of Stars in PDF and EPUB Thousands of years into the future man has completely destroyed a technology-based society and lives a tribal existence, worshipping the 'brain'-cases of long-rusted robots. Here and there pockets of knowledge remain, and young Tom Cushing lives in one such university. His imagination fired by reading of the fabled 'Place of Going to the Stars' in an ancient manuscript, Tom sets out on a long odyssey to find out if the legend is true. His journey encompasses excitement, danger and some strange and colourful companions who commune with plants, can sense life and include the very last robot. But nothing he meets along the way compares with what he and his motley group find at Thunderhead Butte, the Place of Going to the Stars, their journey's end. Here wonder abounds almost as at the edge of the universe. A new challenge, for man to rediscover his destiny, to fulfil his heritage and recover his lost knowledge.

Heritage and Social Media

Filename: heritage-and-social-media.pdf
ISBN: 9780415616621
Release Date: 2012
Number of pages: 251
Author: Elisa Giaccardi
Publisher: Routledge

Download and read online Heritage and Social Media in PDF and EPUB Heritage and Social Media explores how social media reframes our understanding and experience of heritage. Through the idea of 'participatory culture' the book begins to examine how social media can be brought to bear on the encounter with heritage and on the socially produced meanings and values that individuals and communities ascribe to it. To highlight the specific changes produced by social media, the book is structured around three major themes: Social Practice. New ways of understanding and experiencing heritage are emerging as a result of novel social practices of collection, representation, and communication enabled and promoted by social media. Public Formation. In the presence of widely available social technologies, peer-to-peer activities such as information and media sharing are rapidly gaining momentum, as they increasingly promote and legitimate a participatory culture in which individuals aggregate on the basis of common interests and affinities. Sense of Place. As computing becomes more pervasive and digital networks extend our surroundings, social media and technologies support new ways to engage with the people, interpretations and values that pertain to a specific territorial setting. Heritage and Social Media provides readers with a critical framework to understand how the participatory culture fostered by social media changes the way in which we experience and think of heritage. By introducing readers to how social media are theorized and used, particularly outside the institutional domain, the volume reveals through groundbreaking case studies the emerging heritage practices unique to social media. In doing so, the book unveils the new issues that are emerging from these practices and the new space for debate and critical argumentation that is required to illuminate what can be done in this burgeoning sector of heritage work.

Carolingian Renewal

Filename: carolingian-renewal.pdf
ISBN: 0719033543
Release Date: 1991
Number of pages: 343
Author: Donald A. Bullough
Publisher: Manchester University Press

Download and read online Carolingian Renewal in PDF and EPUB A collection of eight lectures published over the past 20 years, in which Bullough (medieval history, U. of St. Andrews) looks at the ninth-century Carolingian court, focusing on the pan-European cultural elements. He combines his own close analysis of texts with the work of other scholars. Distributed in the U.S. by St. Martin's Press. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

Marketing Heritage

Filename: marketing-heritage.pdf
ISBN: 0759103429
Release Date: 2004
Number of pages: 315
Author: Yorke M. Rowan
Publisher: Rowman Altamira

Download and read online Marketing Heritage in PDF and EPUB Within this volume, original case studies from well-know heritage sites in Cambodia, Israel, England, Mexico, and North America are presented to address the complex interaction between archaeology and nationalist, political, and commercial policies.

Heritage Marketing

Filename: heritage-marketing.pdf
ISBN: 9781136399268
Release Date: 2006-08-11
Number of pages: 256
Author: Shashi Misiura
Publisher: Routledge

Download and read online Heritage Marketing in PDF and EPUB Heritage Marketing is a new and clearly written textbook that systematically addresses the principles of marketing as applied to the heritage sector. The 'heritage industry' and its growing importance internationally is defined, as is how it links with the study of modern tourism The book then goes on to look in detail at the marketing issues that arise from the particular management, educational and cultural aspects of heritage. The book is: * A clear introduction for students and professionals * Packed with examples and cases from around the world * The most up to date and comprehensive text of its kind As heritage tourism continues to grow, so the management and marketing of heritage resources will grow more important to governments, councils and managers. This book is the ideal way for all those new to the area to understand the fundamental principles and best practice in the sector.

Heritage of Light

Filename: heritage-of-light.pdf
ISBN: 1931847738
Release Date: 2009-01-01
Number of pages: 386
Author: Janet A. Khan
Publisher: Baha'i Publishing Trust

Download and read online Heritage of Light in PDF and EPUB Examines the Baha'i religious community in light of the spiritual destiny of America.