Heritage Management: The Natural and Cultural Divide [Paperback]

Heleen Van Londen(Editor); Marjo Schlaman(Editor); Andrea Travaglia(Editor)

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ISBN: 9781789694864 | Published by: Archaeopress Archaeology | Series: Ex Novo: Journal of Archaeology | Volume: 4 | Year of Publication: 2020 | 148p, H11.75 x W8.25,
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Heritage Management: The Natural and Cultural Divide

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This timely collection of peer-reviewed papers and short essays seek to bridge the longstanding gap between natural and cultural heritage when it comes to landscape management. To this end, the editors foster a combined approach to both domains by promoting stronger internal cooperation and the systematic engagement of new forms of integrated heritage with the external world.

The volume contributes to the debate on the new role of heritage in an ever-changing framework for land use, infrastructural investment and sustainable development at national and international levels. All contributions are based on the papers presented in two sessions at the EAA annual meeting in Maastricht 2017.

Table of Contents

Foreword – Editorial Board

Heritage management. The natural and cultural divide – Heleen van LONDEN, Marjo J. SCHLAMAN & Arkardiusz MARCINIAK

Towards new commons and sharing interests in the landscape, integrating natural and cultural heritage – Bas PEDROLI

Impact of the CAP on archaeological heritage. Cause and remedy? – Karl CORDEMANS, Emmet BYRNES, Cees van ROOIJEN

Connecting the dots: Integrating cultural and natural resource management in the United States – Michael HEILEN & Jeffrey H. ALTSCHUL

Landscape of visions: the Ekolsund manorial estate, Sweden – Åsa AHRLAND

Heritage - public and expert discourse in the process of heritigization – Kornelia KAJDA

Participatory practices in natural and cultural heritage – Andrea TRAVAGLIA

Towards a joint natural and cultural heritage management: modes of interaction – Heleen van LONDEN

Connecting natural and cultural heritage practices. Is integration always a good idea? – Marjo J. SCHLAMAN

The culture and nature assets. The current crossovers and the agenda for the future – Arkadiusz MARCINIAK

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