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Using Cultural Heritage as a Tool in Post-war Recovery:Assessing the Impact of Heritage on Recovery in Post-war Dubrovnik, Croatia

  title={Using Cultural Heritage as a Tool in Post-war Recovery:Assessing the Impact of Heritage on Recovery in Post-war Dubrovnik, Croatia},
  author={Katherine Bishop},
Cultural heritage is a significant aspect of both conflict and the recovery from conflict, but its role in shaping and influencing the post-conflict landscape has not been fully explored conceptually, nor has its role been fully implemented into recovery processes by practitioners. This thesis explores the disjuncture that exists between heritage theorists’ conceptualisation of cultural heritage as a cultural process, and practitioners’ tendency to privilege material reconstruction. By bridging… 

A metamodel for heritage-based urban recovery

The purpose of this paper is to discuss the potential transfer of a metamodel for heritage-based urban development (HBUD) in a postcrisis urban recovery scenario. After an introduction to the field

A Study of How Heritage Characteristics Can Be Incorporated into The Internal Design of Saudi Hotels

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World Heritage and mosaic universalism: A view from Palestine

This article analyses UNESCO’s project of worldwide cultural heritage preservation. It does so through a double lens, an ethnographic and a textual one. I first look at the ways in which World

Heritage Pasts and Heritage Presents: temporality, meaning and the scope of heritage studies

With the apparent focus of work carried out by the heritage 'community' very much directed towards heritage practices in the present, the potential historical scope for the discipline as a whole,

Cultural Imperialism and Heritage Politics in the Event of Armed Conflict: Prospects for an ‘Activist Archaeology’

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Protection of Cultural Heritage in Times of Armed Conflict: The International Legal Framework Revisited

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International Law and the Protection of Cultural Heritage

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Understanding the tensions in place: Conflict and conservation in Kashmir

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Cultural Heritage and Human Rights

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To renegotiate heritage and citizenship beyond essentialism

Abstract The heritage sector all through Europe and beyond is historically linked to the task of providing nations with glorious myths of origin within a metaphysical framework of essentialism. This

Negative Heritage and Past Mastering in Archaeology

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