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Heritage: Critical Approaches


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List of Figures List of Tables Preface and Acknowledgements 1. Introduction: Heritage everywhere 2. Some definitions: Heritage, modernity, materiality 3. Prehistories of World Heritage: The emergence of a concept 4. Late modernity and the heritage ‘boom’ 5. Critical heritage studies and the discursive turn 6. Intangible heritage and cultural landscapes 7. Heritage, diversity and human rights 8. Heritage and the ‘problem’ of memory 9. Dialogical heritage and sustainability 10. A future for the past? Notes References Index

About the Author

Rodney Harrison is a Lecturer in Museum and Heritage Studies at the Institute of Archaeology, University College London. He has a broad range of experience teaching, researching and working across the fields of cultural and natural heritage management in the UK, Australia and North America. Prior to his current position, he worked for the Open University, where he was responsible for teaching, research and public broadcasting in global heritage studies.

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