Bringing together a truly global range of scholars, this volume explores heritage, memory, and identity through a diverse set of subjects, including heritage sites, practices of memorialization, museums, sites of contestation, and human rights.
Legal + Political Frameworks
Global flows of media content, migrants, and tourists question traditional national understandings of heritage, memory, and identity. UNESCO's World Heritage List (see the corresponding indicator suite) exemplifies an intergovernmental discourse and practice relating to a certain category of heritage (Isar, 2008, and in this volume). The September ...