1. Intangible Natural Heritage: An Introduction. Eric Dorfman 2. The Intangible Roots of Our Tangible Heritage. Adrian Norris 3. Case Studies of Intangible Natural Heritage from Museum Collections. John A. Long 4. `That Singular And Wonderful Quadruped': The Kangaroo As Historical Intangible Natural Heritage in the Eighteenth Century. Markman Ellis 5. "Project INH": A Case Study Of the Role of Museums in the Interpretation of Intangible Natural Heritage. B. Venugopal 6. On Nature's Terms: Preserving the Practice of Traditional Backcountry Recreation in New Zealand's National Parks. Lee Davidson 7. Poetically, Man Dwells With Crickets: Nature and Culture of Chinese Singing Insects. Xingbao Jin and Alan L. Yen 8. Terra Cognita, Down and Under, Living Stones and the Sound of Stones: Reflections on Four Exhibitions. Ulrike Stottrop 9. Discussion: Towards a Unified Concept of Intangible Natural Heritage. Eric Dorfman and Janet Carding
Eric Dorfman is Director of Whanganui Regional Museum in New Zealand. He has written a number of books on the natural sciences (e.g. Inside New Zealand's National Parks, 2008), and a laypersons' look at climate change, (Melting Point, 2008), as well as short children's fiction (Der Abscheid).
"These chapters are not only essential reading for museum practitioners, historians, and the like, but should fascinate and inform the general public, especially citizen scientists. Summing Up: Highly recommended." - J. A. van Reenen, University of New Mexico, CHOICE