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The Religious Heritage Complex: Legacy, Conservation, and Christianity

The Religious Heritage Complex: Legacy, Conservation, and Christianity

Wydawnictwo Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
Data wydania 18/11/2021
Liczba stron 280
Forma publikacji książka w miękkiej oprawie
Poziom zaawansowania Dla szkół wyższych i kształcenia podyplomowego
ISBN 9781350266940
Kategorie Zycie religijne i praktyki religijne, Kultura materialna, Antropologia społeczna i kulturalna
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Opis książki

The Religious Heritage Complex examines heritage-making of Christian-related legacies led by secular and clerical institutions. It argues that the relationship between public policies and spiritual practices is not as clear-cut as some might think. In fact, the authors show that religious activity has always combined care for the past with conscious practices of heritage-making, which they term "the religious heritage complex." The book considers the ways patrimony, religion, and identity interact in different Christian contexts worldwide and how religious objects and sites function as identity symbols. It focuses on heritage-making as a religious and material activity for the groups in charge of a sacred inheritance and considers heritage activities as one of the forms of spiritual renewal and transmission. Case studies explore various Christian traditions located in Europe, the Americas, and Africa, investigating the longstanding and tightly-enmeshed connections that weave together religion and cultural heritage. Through comparing ecclesiastical and civil heritage institutions, this book allows us to consider the ambiguity of religious heritage.

The Religious Heritage Complex: Legacy, Conservation, and Christianity

Spis treści

2.List of figures
3.List of contributors
5.The Religious Heritage Complex. An introduction, Cyril Isnart* and Nathalie Cerezales**
6.The Church Building as a Practiced Duality of Religion and Heritage, Eva Loefgren & Ola Wetterberg
7.Iconography and religious heritage. The Russian Old Believers of Romania, Cristina Clopot
8.Cappadocia's Ottoman-Greek-Orthodox heritage. The making, unmaking and remaking of a religious heritage complex, Aude Aylin de Tapia
9.The other face of secularization, Gaspard Saltako
10.Aesthetic views and believing views: the heritagisation process of the French Catholic churches confronted to tourism, Isabelle Saint-Martin
11.The Religious Heritage Complex in Italy: Faith, Tourism and the Church, Giovanna Rech
12.Between devotion and heritage. The Holy Week Pasos in Spain, Nathalie Cerezales
13.Managing ambivalence. Heritage, rituals and intimacy in Lisbon (Portugal), Cyril Isnart
14.Cultural heritage as a religious strategy. Heritage-making of the Candomble temples in Brazil, Mariana Ramos de Morais
15.Contemporary Vodun Memories of the Slave Trade Past in Southern Benin, Gaetano Ciarcia
16.Assembling Altars: Museum Displays and Visualizations of Religious Heritage in Mexico and the US, Ethan Sharp
17.About the library of the With Fathers in Tunis. Islam, Catholicism and Culture. Interview with Jean Fontaine
18.The contemporary configuration of the Santiago de Compostela cathedral cultural heritage. Interview with Jose Francisco Blanco Fandino (foundation of the cathedral of Santiago de Compostela)
19.The religious heritage complex in context. Concluding thoughts, Cyril Isnart* and Nathalie Cerezales**

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