Corpus ID: 201821873

Heritage – Facilitating Participation and Strengthening their Function in Society

@inproceedings{Blake2018HeritageF,
  title={Heritage – Facilitating Participation and Strengthening their Function in Society},
  author={J. Blake},
  year={2018}
}
  • J. Blake
  • Published 2018
  • The duality of the nature of heritage celebrated at the same time for its universal value and for its special meaning and its significance for local and bearer communities represents a challenge for its safeguarding and its presentation by museums. Heritage as a universal, global value has been the predominant approach in international cultural policy-setting since the second half of the twentieth century, but its significance to local and bearer communities is now increasingly well understood… CONTINUE READING
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