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The Heritage Reader

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Graham Fairclough

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List of figures
ix
List of tables
x
Acknowledgements xi
Introduction: Heritage, Memory and Modernity 1(12)
Rodney Harrison
Graham Fairclough
John H. Jameson Jnr
John Schofield
SECTION ONE THE CULTURAL HERITAGE: CONCEPTS, VALUES AND PRINCIPLES
13(162)
Heritage Management, Theory and Practice
15(16)
John Schofield
Heritage: From Patrimony to Pastiche
31(11)
Graeme Davison
Cultural Heritage Management in the United States: Past, Present, and Future
42(20)
John H. Jameson Jr
Towards a Theoretical Framework for Archaeological Heritage Management
62(13)
Laurajane Smith
Excavation as Theatre
75(7)
Christopher Tilley
Only Connect -- Sustainable Development and Cultural Heritage
82(17)
Kate Clark
Assessing Values in Conservation Planning: Methodological issues and choices
99(26)
Randall Mason
Is the Past a Non-renewable Resource?
125(9)
Cornelius J. Holtorf
Sites of Memory and Sites of Discord: Historic monuments as a medium for discussing conflict in Europe
134(5)
Gabi Dolff-Bonekamper
Archaeology and Authority in the Twenty-first Century
139(10)
Roger M. Thomas
Heritage as Social Action
149(26)
Denis Byrne
SECTION TWO WHOSE HERITAGE? LOCAL AND GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES
175(120)
The Politics of the Past: Conflict in the use of heritage in the modern world
177(14)
Rodney Harrison
Professional Attitudes to Indigenous Interests in the Native Title Era: Settler societies compared
191(18)
Ian Lilley
The Globalization of Archaeology and Heritage: A discussion with Arjun Appadurai
209(10)
Arjun Appadurai
Ashish Chadha
Ian Hodder
Trinity Jachman
Chris Witmore
Whose Heritage? Un-settling `The Heritage', re-imagining the post-nation
219(10)
Stuart Hall
Western Hegemony in Archaeological Heritage Management
229(6)
Denis Byrne
Whose Heritage to Conserve?: Cross-cultural reflections on political dominance and urban heritage conservation
235(10)
John E. Tunbridge
`Time Out of Mind' -- `Mind Out of Time': Custom versus tradition in environmental heritage research and interpretation
245(11)
Kenneth Robert Olwig
Conflict in the Archaeology of Living Traditions
256(18)
Robert Layton
Politics
274(21)
Raphael Samuel
SECTION Three METHODS AND APPROACHES TO CULTURAL HERITAGE MANAGEMENT
295(130)
New Heritage, an Introductory Essay -- People, Landscape and Change
297(16)
Graham Fairclough
Sustaining the Historic Environment: New perspectives on the future
313(9)
English Heritage
The Conservation Plan
322(9)
James Semple Kerr
Commemorative Integrity and Cultural Landscapes: Two national historic sites in British Columbia
331(9)
Lyle Dick
Explaining LARA: The Lincoln Archaeological Research Assessment in its policy context
340(6)
David Stocker
Assessing Public Perception of Landscape: The Landmap experience
346(17)
Alister Scott
Cultural Heritage and Resources
363(10)
Richard Stoffle
Cultural Connections to the Land: A Canadian example
373(9)
Ellen Lee
`An Emu in the Hole': Exploring the link between biodiversity and Aboriginal cultural heritage in New South Wales, Australia
382(10)
Anthony English
Social Sustainability: People, history, and values
392(13)
Setha M. Low
The European Landscape Convention: An extract
405(3)
`The Long Chain': Archaeology, historical landscape characterization and time depth in the landscape
408(17)
Graham Fairclough
SECTION FOUR INTERPRETATION AND COMMUNICATION
425(132)
Presenting Archaeology to the Public, Then and Now: An introduction
427(30)
John H. Jameson Jr
Archaeological Messages and Messengers
457(25)
Francis P. McManamon
``Leveling the Playing Field'' in the Contested Territory of the South African Past: A ``public'' versus a ``people's'' form of historical archaeology outreach
482(20)
Patrice L. Jeppson
Heritage that Hurts: Interpretation in a postmodern world
502(12)
David Uzzell
Roy Ballantyne
Archaeologies that Hurt; Descendents that Matter: A pragmatic approach to collaboration in the public interpretation of African-American heritage
514(10)
Carol McDavid
Stonehenge -- A Final Solution?
524(12)
Peter Stone
More Than Just ``Telling the Story'': Interpretive narrative archaeology
536(9)
John P. McCarthy
The Archaeologist as Playwright
545(12)
James G. Gibb
AFTERWORD
557(10)
Change and Creation: Historic landscape character 1950--2000
559(8)
Andrea Bradley
Victor Buchli
Graham Fairclough
Dan Hicks
Janet Miller
John Schofield
Index 567
This resource is a much-needed support to the few textbooks in the field and offers an excellent introduction and overview to the established principles and new thinking in cultural heritage management . Leading experts in the field from Europe, North America and Australia, bring together recent and innovative works in the field. With geographically and thematically diverse case studies, they examine the theoretical framework for heritage resource management. Setting significant new thinking within the framework of more established views and ideas on heritage management, this reader re-publishes texts of the past decade with an overview of earlier literature and essays that fill the gaps in between, providing students of all stages with a clear picture of new and older literature. A helpful introduction sets out key issues and debates, and individual chapter introductions and reading lists give a background collection of key works that offer ideas for the development of thought and study. With good coverage of major issues and solutions in Britain, the USA and Australia, The Heritage Reader will appeal to students internationally across the English-speaking world, and will stand proud as a key guide to the study and practice of this major archaeological sector.

The Heritage Reader

List of figures
ix
List of tables
x
Acknowledgements xi
Introduction: Heritage, Memory and Modernity 1(12)
Rodney Harrison
Graham Fairclough
John H. Jameson Jnr
John Schofield
SECTION ONE THE CULTURAL HERITAGE: CONCEPTS, VALUES AND PRINCIPLES
13(162)
Heritage Management, Theory and Practice
15(16)
John Schofield
Heritage: From Patrimony to Pastiche
31(11)
Graeme Davison
Cultural Heritage Management in the United States: Past, Present, and Future
42(20)
John H. Jameson Jr
Towards a Theoretical Framework for Archaeological Heritage Management
62(13)
Laurajane Smith
Excavation as Theatre
75(7)
Christopher Tilley
Only Connect -- Sustainable Development and Cultural Heritage
82(17)
Kate Clark
Assessing Values in Conservation Planning: Methodological issues and choices
99(26)
Randall Mason
Is the Past a Non-renewable Resource?
125(9)
Cornelius J. Holtorf
Sites of Memory and Sites of Discord: Historic monuments as a medium for discussing conflict in Europe
134(5)
Gabi Dolff-Bonekamper
Archaeology and Authority in the Twenty-first Century
139(10)
Roger M. Thomas
Heritage as Social Action
149(26)
Denis Byrne
SECTION TWO WHOSE HERITAGE? LOCAL AND GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES
175(120)
The Politics of the Past: Conflict in the use of heritage in the modern world
177(14)
Rodney Harrison
Professional Attitudes to Indigenous Interests in the Native Title Era: Settler societies compared
191(18)
Ian Lilley
The Globalization of Archaeology and Heritage: A discussion with Arjun Appadurai
209(10)
Arjun Appadurai
Ashish Chadha
Ian Hodder
Trinity Jachman
Chris Witmore
Whose Heritage? Un-settling `The Heritage', re-imagining the post-nation
219(10)
Stuart Hall
Western Hegemony in Archaeological Heritage Management
229(6)
Denis Byrne
Whose Heritage to Conserve?: Cross-cultural reflections on political dominance and urban heritage conservation
235(10)
John E. Tunbridge
`Time Out of Mind' -- `Mind Out of Time': Custom versus tradition in environmental heritage research and interpretation
245(11)
Kenneth Robert Olwig
Conflict in the Archaeology of Living Traditions
256(18)
Robert Layton
Politics
274(21)
Raphael Samuel
SECTION Three METHODS AND APPROACHES TO CULTURAL HERITAGE MANAGEMENT
295(130)
New Heritage, an Introductory Essay -- People, Landscape and Change
297(16)
Graham Fairclough
Sustaining the Historic Environment: New perspectives on the future
313(9)
English Heritage
The Conservation Plan
322(9)
James Semple Kerr
Commemorative Integrity and Cultural Landscapes: Two national historic sites in British Columbia
331(9)
Lyle Dick
Explaining LARA: The Lincoln Archaeological Research Assessment in its policy context
340(6)
David Stocker
Assessing Public Perception of Landscape: The Landmap experience
346(17)
Alister Scott
Cultural Heritage and Resources
363(10)
Richard Stoffle
Cultural Connections to the Land: A Canadian example
373(9)
Ellen Lee
`An Emu in the Hole': Exploring the link between biodiversity and Aboriginal cultural heritage in New South Wales, Australia
382(10)
Anthony English
Social Sustainability: People, history, and values
392(13)
Setha M. Low
The European Landscape Convention: An extract
405(3)
`The Long Chain': Archaeology, historical landscape characterization and time depth in the landscape
408(17)
Graham Fairclough
SECTION FOUR INTERPRETATION AND COMMUNICATION
425(132)
Presenting Archaeology to the Public, Then and Now: An introduction
427(30)
John H. Jameson Jr
Archaeological Messages and Messengers
457(25)
Francis P. McManamon
``Leveling the Playing Field'' in the Contested Territory of the South African Past: A ``public'' versus a ``people's'' form of historical archaeology outreach
482(20)
Patrice L. Jeppson
Heritage that Hurts: Interpretation in a postmodern world
502(12)
David Uzzell
Roy Ballantyne
Archaeologies that Hurt; Descendents that Matter: A pragmatic approach to collaboration in the public interpretation of African-American heritage
514(10)
Carol McDavid
Stonehenge -- A Final Solution?
524(12)
Peter Stone
More Than Just ``Telling the Story'': Interpretive narrative archaeology
536(9)
John P. McCarthy
The Archaeologist as Playwright
545(12)
James G. Gibb
AFTERWORD
557(10)
Change and Creation: Historic landscape character 1950--2000
559(8)
Andrea Bradley
Victor Buchli
Graham Fairclough
Dan Hicks
Janet Miller
John Schofield
Index 567
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This resource is a much-needed support to the few textbooks in the field and offers an excellent introduction and overview to the established principles and new thinking in cultural heritage management . Leading experts in the field from Europe, North America and Australia, bring together recent and... Les mer
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