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Heritage is movement : heritage management and research in a diverse and plural world

Heritage is movement : heritage management and research in a diverse and plural world / Tod Jones.
Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2024.
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xiv, 170 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
"This book presents new ways of understanding heritage and heritage work. It develops and addresses the ways in which physical processes of creation, maintenance and decay are entangled with cultural and political processes of management, access, and care. The book analyses a critical practice of heritage work that is oriented to recognising and collaborating with diverse knowledge holders and their practices of caring for heritage. This requires rethinking accepted heritage concepts, such as heritage management, artefact, site, and the definition of heritage itself. The book presents an engaging and applied approach to this task through examples that include Majapahit statues and temples in Indonesia, skating in London, an online heritage movement, building bivouacs in Australia, First Nations advocacy for Country, and batik collections in the Netherlands. Offering a new model for collaborative heritage research and analysis, this book will be of interest to researchers, students and practitioners. . Drawing from developments from the posthumanities, cultural geography, and critical heritage studies, it presents a collaborative mode of scholarship and writing that considers how people care for and use the things they are left by history"-- Provided by publisher.
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Online version: Jones, Tod, 1977- Heritage is movement New York : Routledge, 2022
Added to Catalog
May 03, 2024
Critical studies in heritage, emotion and affect
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Making bivouacs, sustaining heritage: how heritage is movement in configuration
with an environment / Tod Jones
A response to skate heritage / Tod Jones
Why heritage is movement in configuration with an environment. A framework for heritage based on flows rather than objects / Tod Jones
Scale and world heritage on the Ningaloo Coast / Roy Jones and Michael Hughes
Residents and artifacts / Adrian Perkasa
Sites: reconstruction and resident relationships with Majapahit heritage / Adrian Perkasa
Settler colonial cultural landscapes: Badimia experiences of advocating for their sovereignty, community and country / Carol Dowling
How social media changes heritage (and everything else) / Transpiosa Riomandha and Hairus Salim
Bol Brutu visits Cirebon. Reminiscences of a Blusukan Transpiosa Riomandha, translated by Tod Jones
Living cultures and heritage processes: heritagisation and batik / Tod Jones.

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