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The heritage reader, edited by Graham Fairclough, Rodney Harrison, John H. Jameson, John Schofield

Label
The heritage reader
Title
The heritage reader
Statement of responsibility
edited by Graham Fairclough, Rodney Harrison, John H. Jameson, John Schofield
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Annotation pending
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
930.1
Index
index present
LC call number
CC135
LC item number
.H4633 2008
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1974-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Fairclough, G. J.
  • Harrison, Rodney
  • Jameson, John H
  • Schofield, John
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Historic preservation
  • Historic sites
  • Cultural property
  • Landscape protection
  • Cultural landscapes
Label
The heritage reader, edited by Graham Fairclough, Rodney Harrison, John H. Jameson, John Schofield
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
Introduction: heritage, memory and modernity / Rodney Harrison, Graham Fairclough, John H. Jameson Jr. and John Schofield -- Sect. 1. The cultural heritage: concepts, values and principles -- 1. Heritage management, theory and practice / John Schofield -- 2. Heritage: from patrimony to pastiche / Graeme Davison -- 3. Cultural heritage management in the United States: past, present, and future / John H. Jameson, Jr. -- 4. Towards a theoretical framework for archaeological heritage management / Laurajane Smith -- 5. Excavation as theatre / Christopher Tilley -- 6. Only Connect - Sustainable development and cultural heritage / Kate Clark -- 7. Assessing values in conservation planning: methodological issues and choices / Randall Mason -- 8. Is the past a non-renewable resource? / Cornelius J. Holtorf -- 9. Sites of memory and sites of discord: historic monuments as a medium for discussing conflict in Europe / Gabi Dolff-Bonekamper -- 10. Archaeology and authority in the twenty-first century / Roger M. Thomas -- 11. Heritage as social action / Denis Byrne -- Sect. 2. Whose heritage? local and global perspectives -- 12. The politics of the past: conflict in the use of heritage in the modern world / Rodney Harrison -- 13. Professional attitudes to Indigenous interests in the Native Title era: settler societies compared / Ian Lilley -- 14. The globalization of archaeology and heritage: a discussion with Arjun Appadurai / Arjun Appadurai, Ashish Chadha, Ian Hodder, Trinity Jachman and Chris Witmore -- 15. Whose heritage? Un-settling 'The Heritage', re-imagining the post-nation / Stuart Hall -- 16. Western hegemony in archaeological heritage management / Denis Byrne -- 17. Whose heritage to conserve?: Cross-cultural reflections on political dominance and urban heritage conservation / John E. Tunbridge -- 18. Time out of mind' - 'Mind out of time': Custom versus tradition in environmental heritage research and interpretation / Kenneth Robert Olwig -- 19. Conflict in the archaeology of living traditions / Robert Layton -- 20. Politics / Raphael Samuel -- Sect. 3. Methods and approaches to cultural heritage management -- 21. New Heritage, an Introductory Essay - People, Landscape and Change / Graham Fairclough -- 22. Sustaining the Historic Environment: New perspectives on the future / English Heritage -- 23. The Conservation Plan / James Semple Kerr -- 24. Commemorative Integrity and Cultural landscapes: two national historic sites in British Columbia / Lyle Dick -- 25. Explaining LARA: The Lincoln Archaeological Research Assessment in its policy context / David Stocker -- 26. Assessing public perception of landscape: The LANDMAP experience / Alister Scott -- 27. Cultural heritage and resources / Richard Stoffle -- 28. Cultural connections to the land: a Canadian example / Ellen Lee -- 29. 'An emu in the hole': exploring the link between biodiversity and Aboriginal cultural heritage in New South Wales, Australia / Anthony English -- 30. Social sustainability: people, history, and values / Setha M. Low -- 31. The European Landscape Convention: an extract -- 32. 'The Long Chain': Archaeology, historical landscape characterization and time depth in the landscape / Graham Fairclough -- Sect. 4. Interpretation and communication -- 33. Presenting archaeology to the public, then and now: an introduction / John H. Jameson, Jr. -- 34. Archaeological messages and messengers / Francis P. McManamon -- 35. "Leveling the playing field" in the contested territory of the South African past: a "public" versus a "people's" form of historical archaeology outreach / Patrice L. Jeppson -- 36. Heritage that hurts: interpretation in a postmodern world / David Uzzell and Roy Ballantyne -- 37. Archaeologies that hurt; descendents that matter: a pragmatic approach to collaboration in the public interpretation of African-American heritage / Carol McDavid -- 38. Stonehenge - a final solution? / Peter Stone -- 39. More than just "telling the story": interpretive
Control code
000041543524
Dimensions
26 cm.
Extent
xiii, 580 p.
Isbn
9780415372862
Isbn Type
(pbk. : alk. paper)
Lccn
2007014292
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)226061914
Label
The heritage reader, edited by Graham Fairclough, Rodney Harrison, John H. Jameson, John Schofield
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
Introduction: heritage, memory and modernity / Rodney Harrison, Graham Fairclough, John H. Jameson Jr. and John Schofield -- Sect. 1. The cultural heritage: concepts, values and principles -- 1. Heritage management, theory and practice / John Schofield -- 2. Heritage: from patrimony to pastiche / Graeme Davison -- 3. Cultural heritage management in the United States: past, present, and future / John H. Jameson, Jr. -- 4. Towards a theoretical framework for archaeological heritage management / Laurajane Smith -- 5. Excavation as theatre / Christopher Tilley -- 6. Only Connect - Sustainable development and cultural heritage / Kate Clark -- 7. Assessing values in conservation planning: methodological issues and choices / Randall Mason -- 8. Is the past a non-renewable resource? / Cornelius J. Holtorf -- 9. Sites of memory and sites of discord: historic monuments as a medium for discussing conflict in Europe / Gabi Dolff-Bonekamper -- 10. Archaeology and authority in the twenty-first century / Roger M. Thomas -- 11. Heritage as social action / Denis Byrne -- Sect. 2. Whose heritage? local and global perspectives -- 12. The politics of the past: conflict in the use of heritage in the modern world / Rodney Harrison -- 13. Professional attitudes to Indigenous interests in the Native Title era: settler societies compared / Ian Lilley -- 14. The globalization of archaeology and heritage: a discussion with Arjun Appadurai / Arjun Appadurai, Ashish Chadha, Ian Hodder, Trinity Jachman and Chris Witmore -- 15. Whose heritage? Un-settling 'The Heritage', re-imagining the post-nation / Stuart Hall -- 16. Western hegemony in archaeological heritage management / Denis Byrne -- 17. Whose heritage to conserve?: Cross-cultural reflections on political dominance and urban heritage conservation / John E. Tunbridge -- 18. Time out of mind' - 'Mind out of time': Custom versus tradition in environmental heritage research and interpretation / Kenneth Robert Olwig -- 19. Conflict in the archaeology of living traditions / Robert Layton -- 20. Politics / Raphael Samuel -- Sect. 3. Methods and approaches to cultural heritage management -- 21. New Heritage, an Introductory Essay - People, Landscape and Change / Graham Fairclough -- 22. Sustaining the Historic Environment: New perspectives on the future / English Heritage -- 23. The Conservation Plan / James Semple Kerr -- 24. Commemorative Integrity and Cultural landscapes: two national historic sites in British Columbia / Lyle Dick -- 25. Explaining LARA: The Lincoln Archaeological Research Assessment in its policy context / David Stocker -- 26. Assessing public perception of landscape: The LANDMAP experience / Alister Scott -- 27. Cultural heritage and resources / Richard Stoffle -- 28. Cultural connections to the land: a Canadian example / Ellen Lee -- 29. 'An emu in the hole': exploring the link between biodiversity and Aboriginal cultural heritage in New South Wales, Australia / Anthony English -- 30. Social sustainability: people, history, and values / Setha M. Low -- 31. The European Landscape Convention: an extract -- 32. 'The Long Chain': Archaeology, historical landscape characterization and time depth in the landscape / Graham Fairclough -- Sect. 4. Interpretation and communication -- 33. Presenting archaeology to the public, then and now: an introduction / John H. Jameson, Jr. -- 34. Archaeological messages and messengers / Francis P. McManamon -- 35. "Leveling the playing field" in the contested territory of the South African past: a "public" versus a "people's" form of historical archaeology outreach / Patrice L. Jeppson -- 36. Heritage that hurts: interpretation in a postmodern world / David Uzzell and Roy Ballantyne -- 37. Archaeologies that hurt; descendents that matter: a pragmatic approach to collaboration in the public interpretation of African-American heritage / Carol McDavid -- 38. Stonehenge - a final solution? / Peter Stone -- 39. More than just "telling the story": interpretive
Control code
000041543524
Dimensions
26 cm.
Extent
xiii, 580 p.
Isbn
9780415372862
Isbn Type
(pbk. : alk. paper)
Lccn
2007014292
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)226061914

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