World heritage on the ground : ethnographic perspectives

Auteur(s) : Brumann, Christoph (Éd.)
Berliner, David (Éd.)
Description matérielle : viii-327 p. : ill. ; 25 cm. Collection: EASA series ; n° 28 Publication : New York : Berghahn, 2016.Cote : G.5132Note : Réf. dissém. Index. Thématique : Ethnologie | Patrimoine
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Introduction. UNESCO world heritage - grounded? / Brumann, Christoph and Berliner, David --

Affects and senses in a world heritage site: people-house relations in the Medina of Fez / Istasse, Manon --

"UNESCO is what?" World heritage, militant Islam and the search for a common humanity in Mali / Joy, Charlotte --

Heritage making in Lijiang: governance, reconstruction and local Naxi life / Zhu, Yujie --

Multiple nostalgias: the fabric of heritage in Luang Prahang (Lao PDR) / Berliner, David --

Thinking globally and acting locally in Angkor / Miura, Keiko --

One list, a world of difference? The dynamics of global heritage at two neighbouring properties / Salazar, Noel B. --

Civilization and the transformation of Xiaotun village at Yin Xu archaeological site, China / Wang, Shu-Li --

The business of wonder: public meets private at the world heritage site of Chichén Itzá / Breglia, Lisa --

Decolonizing the site: the problems and pragmatics of world heritage in Italy, Libya and Tanzania / Chalcraft, Jasper --
Prickly prestations: living with (world) heritage in Osogbo, Nigeria / Probst, Peter --

Mapungubwe cultural landscape: extractive economies and endangerment on South Africa's borders / Meskell, Lynn --

Conclusion. Imagining the ground from afar: why the sites are so remote in world heritage committee sessions / Brumann, Christoph --

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