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The Heritage from Cultural Turn to Inclusive Turn. The Cultural and Sacred Landscapes of the UNESCO List: a Sustainable Track to overcome the Dichotomy between Tangible and Intangible Heritage?

@inproceedings{Dallari2016TheHF,
  title={The Heritage from Cultural Turn to Inclusive Turn. The Cultural and Sacred Landscapes of the UNESCO List: a Sustainable Track to overcome the Dichotomy between Tangible and Intangible Heritage?},
  author={F. Dallari},
  year={2016}
}
The term ‘heritage’ has considerably changed its meaning over time, especially in recent decades and among contemporary local communities, partially owing to the instruments developed by the UNESCO jointly with the World Heritage Center. On the basis of the endless debate within the UNESCO and many theoretical suggestions, this paper aims at providing a framework for the ever changing inter-relationship between tangible and intangible heritage in inclusive values of the UNESCO list cultural… Expand

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