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Creating Heritage

Creating Heritage

Autorzy
Wydawnictwo CRC Press Inc.
Data wydania 01/12/2019
Wydanie Pierwsze
Liczba stron 244
Forma publikacji książka w twardej oprawie
Poziom zaawansowania Dla szkół wyższych i kształcenia podyplomowego
Język angielski
ISBN 9780815347927
Kategorie Muzea i muzeologia, Geografia człowieka
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Opis książki

This book investigates the selection process of heritagisation to understand what specific pasts are being selected or rejected for representation, who is selecting them, how and to whom they are being represented and why they are being presented, or dismissed, in the ways that they are. Some aspects of our pasts are venerated and memorialised for a variety of reasons, while others are forgotten or even hidden. This volume, thus, provides examples from across a spectrum. Some phenomena are well-suited to heritagisation, such as animals memorialised for their bravery, long past agricultural techniques and implements, and impressive landscapes. However, this book also deals with products (e.g. tobacco), historical periods (e.g. the Third Reich) and scientific techniques (e.g. genetic modification) with negative connotations that extend beyond their heritage attributes. This volume considers how the actors in the heritage industry admit, valorise, prioritise and rationalise historic resources as heritage products. These findings provide practical examples of how heritage institutions privilege, frame and/or exclude a wide range of heritage items. They also contrast the invocations of sectional (local, national or class based) and more cosmopolitan heritages and consider the extent to which innovation and change are or can be acknowledged within the heritage discourse.

Creating Heritage

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List of contributors


Acknowledgements












Introduction
Thomas Carter, David C. Harvey, Roy Jones and Iain J.M. Robertson







Bygones, survivals and 'all the old rubbish': curatorial discernment and the failure to create an English folk museum
Thomas Carter







Disruptive forms, persistent values: negotiating digital heritage and 'The Memory of the World'
Elizabeth Stainforth
'Tracking' working class heritage
Iain J.M. Robertson







Tempelhof Airport in Berlin: conflicting realms of heritage
Dagmar Zadrazilova







Hidden heritage and secret coves: analysing a discourse used to communicate about heritage and reflecting on its ontological politics
Timothy J. Wilkinson







A geomorphic paradox: performing histories of change as the land-slips away
Frances Ryfield







Ancestral tourism and heritage work on a Hebridean island
Joanna Rodgers







Remembering animals of the past and creating new sculptures of animal relationships with humans
Hilda Kean







From imperialism to inclusion: the evolving representations of heritage in Kings Park, Perth, Western Australia
Roy Jones







Are all forgotten friends worthy of memory? The public history of biotechnology in Canada
Peter Anderson







The heritage of agricultural innovation and technical change in post-war Britain: heroic narratives, hidden histories and stories from below
David C. Harvey, Paul Brassley, Matthew Lobley and Michael Winter







Heritage and sustainable development: the case of tobacco agriculture in eastern Taiwan
Han-Hsiu Chen







Afterword
Thomas Carter, David C. Harvey, Roy Jones and Iain J.M. Robertson








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