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Perceptions of Sustainability in Heritage Studies.

By: Series: Heritage StudiesPublisher: Berlin/Boston : De Gruyter, Inc., 2015Copyright date: ©2015Description: 1 online resource (248 pages)Content type:
  • text
Media type:
  • computer
Carrier type:
  • online resource
ISBN:
  • 9783110415278
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Perceptions of Sustainability in Heritage StudiesDDC classification:
  • 363.6/9
LOC classification:
  • CC135
Online resources:
Contents:
Intro -- Introduction -- Perceptions of the Contributors -- I Introductory Reflections -- Mission and Vision of Sustainability Discourses in Heritage Studies -- Culture in Moving the MDGs to the Post-2015 Development Agenda: Some Reflections on the Role of Living Heritage for Sustainable Development -- Sustainability in the World Heritage Convention: The Making of a Policy Framework -- II History and Documents -- Natural Heritage and Sustainable Development â€" A Realistic Option or Wishful Thinking? -- The Landscape Approach â€" A Global Context for Sustainability -- Sustainable Development and Intangible Cultural Heritage: Integrating Culture into Development -- III Paradigms -- From Mitigation to Adaptation: A New Heritage Paradigm for the Anthropocene -- Social Sustainability of the Historic Urban Landscape -- Urban Heritage and Sustainable Development in South Asia: A Plea for a Heritage-Aware Approach -- Recognition of Indigenous Peoples’ Sacred Natural Sites and the Cultural Dimension of Sustainable Development -- Culture, Heritage and Solidarity in the Context of Sustainable Development -- IV Theory, Methods and Practices -- Disciplinary and Epistemological Perceptions -- Cultural Landscapes: Heritage Preservation as a Foundation for Sustainable Regional Development -- A Reflection on Methodological Approaches in Assessing and Implementing Social Sustainability in Historic Public Spaces -- The Social Function of Cultural Heritage: Conservation Practices on the Basis of Sociocultural Sustainability -- Sustainability in Heritage Management Strategies -- Cultural Heritage Management and Sustainability -- World Heritage and Sustainable Tourism: A Multifaceted Relationship.
Heritage Impact Assessments as a Tool to Open Up Perspectives for Sustainability: Three Case Studies Related to Discussions Concerning the Visual Integrity of World Heritage Cultural and Urban Landscapes -- Annex -- Notes on Contributors -- Notes on Peers -- Index.
Summary: This publication discusses sustainability as it directly concerns the potentials of the different approaches for World Heritage and for Intangible Heritage. The inclusion of the four dimensions of sustainability, which are environmental, economic, social and cultural, into Heritage Studies discourse opens a new perspective on the discourse itself.
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Intro -- Introduction -- Perceptions of the Contributors -- I Introductory Reflections -- Mission and Vision of Sustainability Discourses in Heritage Studies -- Culture in Moving the MDGs to the Post-2015 Development Agenda: Some Reflections on the Role of Living Heritage for Sustainable Development -- Sustainability in the World Heritage Convention: The Making of a Policy Framework -- II History and Documents -- Natural Heritage and Sustainable Development â€" A Realistic Option or Wishful Thinking? -- The Landscape Approach â€" A Global Context for Sustainability -- Sustainable Development and Intangible Cultural Heritage: Integrating Culture into Development -- III Paradigms -- From Mitigation to Adaptation: A New Heritage Paradigm for the Anthropocene -- Social Sustainability of the Historic Urban Landscape -- Urban Heritage and Sustainable Development in South Asia: A Plea for a Heritage-Aware Approach -- Recognition of Indigenous Peoples’ Sacred Natural Sites and the Cultural Dimension of Sustainable Development -- Culture, Heritage and Solidarity in the Context of Sustainable Development -- IV Theory, Methods and Practices -- Disciplinary and Epistemological Perceptions -- Cultural Landscapes: Heritage Preservation as a Foundation for Sustainable Regional Development -- A Reflection on Methodological Approaches in Assessing and Implementing Social Sustainability in Historic Public Spaces -- The Social Function of Cultural Heritage: Conservation Practices on the Basis of Sociocultural Sustainability -- Sustainability in Heritage Management Strategies -- Cultural Heritage Management and Sustainability -- World Heritage and Sustainable Tourism: A Multifaceted Relationship.

Heritage Impact Assessments as a Tool to Open Up Perspectives for Sustainability: Three Case Studies Related to Discussions Concerning the Visual Integrity of World Heritage Cultural and Urban Landscapes -- Annex -- Notes on Contributors -- Notes on Peers -- Index.

This publication discusses sustainability as it directly concerns the potentials of the different approaches for World Heritage and for Intangible Heritage. The inclusion of the four dimensions of sustainability, which are environmental, economic, social and cultural, into Heritage Studies discourse opens a new perspective on the discourse itself.

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