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Archaeology Meccas Of Tourism: Exploration, Protection, And Exploitation, Quetzil Castañeda, Jennifer Mathews Nov 2015

Archaeology Meccas Of Tourism: Exploration, Protection, And Exploitation, Quetzil Castañeda, Jennifer Mathews

Jennifer P Mathews

This chapter is divided into two distinct sections that are positioned in a point-counterpoint structure of dialogue. These two position statements invoke the etymological meanings of the word essay: to attempt, put to the test, trial, to act out, to explore, travel, or to travail. The first is an historical analysis written in the third person by an anthropologist whose expertise includes the ethnography of archaeology and the anthropology of tourism. The second is a counterpoint commentary written by an anthropologist whose specializations include Pre-Columbian and historical archaeology. Both of us have significant research experience in the same area of ...


Review Of Us Cultural Diplomacy And Archaeology Soft Power, Hard Heritage, Ignacio Rodríguez Temiño Dec 2013

Review Of Us Cultural Diplomacy And Archaeology Soft Power, Hard Heritage, Ignacio Rodríguez Temiño

Morag M. Kersel

No abstract provided.


Blacksmithing Was A Camden Heritage Trade, Ian Willis Nov 2013

Blacksmithing Was A Camden Heritage Trade, Ian Willis

Ian Willis

In the pre-industrial era all towns and villages had a blacksmith. It is one of the oldest trades in human civilisation dating back to ancient times. Blacksmiths were essential to the daily life of a country town like Camden and relied on a mixture of work from local farmers and passing traffic on the main road.


Entrusting The Commons: Agricultural Land Conservation And Shared Heritage Protection, Angela Labrador Dec 2011

Entrusting The Commons: Agricultural Land Conservation And Shared Heritage Protection, Angela Labrador

Angela M Labrador

The start of the twenty-first century is marked by new levels of globaliza- tion, environmental degradation, and social conflict that are endangering the cultural landscapes and agrarian heritage of rural areas. In the wake of these threats, heritage profes- sionals are imagining new, holistic models for shared cultural and natural heritage protec- tion that support active community engagement around issues of cultural identity, material and ecological sustainability, and shared ethical values. Agricultural land conservation is fertile terrain in which to theorize how heritage protection can contribute to the mobiliza- tion of social cohesion to restore a balanced human ecology. Agrarian ...


'If It's Tuesday, This Must Be Jane Austen': Literary Tourism And The Heritage Industry, Wenche Ommundsen Nov 2011

'If It's Tuesday, This Must Be Jane Austen': Literary Tourism And The Heritage Industry, Wenche Ommundsen

Wenche Ommundsen

No abstract provided.


The Circus Is In Town: Literary Festivals And The Mapping Of Cultural Heritage, Wenche Ommundsen Nov 2011

The Circus Is In Town: Literary Festivals And The Mapping Of Cultural Heritage, Wenche Ommundsen

Wenche Ommundsen

No abstract provided.


The Politics Of Heritage In Tana Toraja, Indonesia: Interplaying The Local And The Global, Kathleen Adams Dec 2002

The Politics Of Heritage In Tana Toraja, Indonesia: Interplaying The Local And The Global, Kathleen Adams

Kathleen M. Adams

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