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Heritage, memory and the politics of identity

Heritage, memory and the politics of identity

new perspectives on the cultural landscape

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Published by Ashgate in Aldershot .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Art and society,
  • Cultural property,
  • Historic sites,
  • Group identity,
  • Collective memory

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Niamh Moore and Yvonne Whelan.
    SeriesHeritage, culture, and identity
    ContributionsMoore, Niamh., Whelan, Yvonne.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsN72.S6 H45 2007
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 153 p. :
    Number of Pages153
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22744819M
    ISBN 109780754640080

    "Heritage, memory, and identity are closely connected keywords of our time, each endowed with considerable rhetorical power. Different human groups define certain objects and practices as 'heritage'; they envision heritage to reflect some form of collective memory, either lived or imagined; and they combine both to construct cultural identities. Book: Heritage, memory and the politics of identity: new perspectives on the cultural landscape + pp. Abstract: This volume explains the overlapping and oftentimes complex relationships between identity, memory, heritage and the cultural by:

      In particular, the book draws attention to the female storytellers who play an essential role in transmitting and preserving collective memory and culture. The book is an important step towards analysing a significant genre of Palestinian literature and will be relevant to scholars of Palestinian politics and popular culture, gender studies and. Yet memory is also simultaneously agentic in that it is an aspect of the social construction, production and performance of everyday, lived social life which, by extension, includes heritage and identity. This is memory manifested through forms of memorywork, ranging from individual reverie and oral narratives to physical individual or Cited by: 6.

      Multiculturalism and the Fight for America’s National Identity I will argue that one of the main threats is the current promotion of subnational group identities or identity politics in. Critical Perspectives on Cultural Memory and Heritage focuses on the importance of memory and heritage for individual and group identity, and for their sense of belonging. It aims to expose the motives and discourses related to the destruction of memory and heritage during times of war, terror, sectarian conflict and through capitalist policies.


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This book explores the overlapping and often complex relationships between identity, memory, heritage and the cultural landscape. It provides an overview of new approaches in the study of these relationships, combined with evidence from Ireland, England, Scotland and the United States.3/5(1).

This book explores the overlapping and often complex relationships between identity, memory, heritage and the cultural landscape. It provides Heritage overview of new approaches in the study of these relationships, combined with evidence from Ireland, England, Scotland and the United States.

A constellation of three terms – heritage, memory and identity – has dominated ideological thinking for some thirty years now. This is the phenomenon that the contributors to the present volume have set out to examine, each from a different geocultural perspective; together, their essays provide an invaluable overview that looks set to become the standard work on the subject.

Dimensions of Heritage and Memory is a landmark contribution on the politics of the past in Europe today. The book explores the meanings of heritage in a time of crisis, when the past permeates social and political divisions, identity contests and official projects to forge a European community.

Heritage, Memory and the Politics of Identity: New Perspectives on the Cultural Landscape (Heritage, Culture and Identity) - Kindle edition by Whelan, Yvonne, Moore, Niamh. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Heritage, Memory and the Politics of Identity: New Perspectives on the 3/5(1).

Heritage, Memory and the Politics of Identity New Perspectives on the Cultural Landscape Niamh Moore and Yvonne Whelan The study of the cultural landscape has gained momentum in recent years, revealing new insights to geographers, archaeologists, sociologists and architects.

The cultural landscape isFile Size: 8KB. Heritage, Memory and the Politics of Identity. DOI link for Heritage, Memory and the Politics of Identity. Heritage, Memory and the Politics of Identity bookAuthor: Stephen F. Mills. Identity, Belonging and Necessity A visit I made to Tirana (Albania) in April marked the start of a personal investigation.

An investigation into a complicated field, somewhere between cultural memory and politics. What I wanted to do is to sketch out and map a. Get this from a library. Heritage, memory and the politics of identity: new perspectives on the cultural landscape.

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a locus of both power and resistance, and a key element in the heritage process. Heritage, Memory and the Politics of Identity: New Perspectives on the Cultural Landscape explores the overlapping and oftentimes complex relationships between identity, memory, heritage and the cultural landscape.

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pages, 7 illus., bibliog., index. ISBN $/£ Hb Published (November ) eISBN eBookPages: Cultural heritage and memory: untangling the ties that bind Today in heritage studies memory looms larger than ever, there are memory parks, memory politics, and memory wars, there is discussion of ‘dissonant’, ‘dark’, and ‘difficult’ heritage linked to memories of traumatic past events.

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Dimensions of Heritage and Memory is a landmark contribution on the politics of the past in Europe today. The book explores the meanings of heritage in a time of crisis, when the past permeates social and political divisions, identity contests and.

Heritage, memory and identity are closely connected keywords of our time, each endowed with considerable rhetorical power. Different human groups define certain objects and practices as 'heritage'; they envision heritage to reflect some form of collective memory, either lived or imagined; and they combine both to construct cultural identities.

Books in the series should address topics such as the politics of heritage and conflict, identity and trauma, mourning and reconciliation, nationalism and ethnicity, diaspora and intergenerational memories, painful heritage and terrorscapes, as well as the mediated reenactments of conflicted pasts.

"Grappling with fundamental anthropological questions but written for general readers, this is a key book for students, researchers, and instructors working on race, ethnicity, identity politics, heritage, and memory in Latin America.

Deeply Rooted in the Present is a welcome and exciting addition to the rapidly growing field of heritage studies.". Heritage, Memory and the Politics of Identity: New Perspectives on the Cultural Landscape.

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Book. Full-text available This article explores the politics of solidarity in the framework of constructing a common cultural heritage of the European Union Author: Sara Mcdowell.understanding the complex connections between heritage, memory and identity. Remembering the Past Accepting that heritage is the selective use of the past as a resource for the present (and future) (Ashworth and Graham, ) it should be lile surprise to find that memory and commemoration are inexorably connected to the heritage by: