Corpus ID: 128715804

Heritage: Critical Approaches

@inproceedings{Harrison2012HeritageCA,
  title={Heritage: Critical Approaches},
  author={Rodney Harrison},
  year={2012}
}
Historic sites, memorials, national parks, museums... We live in an age in which heritage is ever-present. But what does it mean to live amongst the spectral traces of the past, the heterogeneous piling up of historic materials in the present? How did heritage grow from the concern of a handful of enthusiasts and specialists in one part of the world to something which is considered to be universally cherished? And what concepts and approaches are necessary to understanding this global obsession… Expand
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