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The new heritage studies and education, training, and capacity-building

Logan, William and Wijesuriya, Gamini 2016, The new heritage studies and education, training, and capacity-building. In Logan, William, Nic Craith, Máiréad and Kockel, Ullrich (ed), A companion to heritage studies, John Wiley & Sons, London, Eng., pp.557-573.

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Title The new heritage studies and education, training, and capacity-building
Author(s) Logan, William
Wijesuriya, Gamini
Title of book A companion to heritage studies
Editor(s) Logan, William
Nic Craith, Máiréad
Kockel, Ullrich
Publication date 2016
Series Blackwell companions to anthropology
Chapter number 37
Total chapters 37
Start page 557
End page 573
Total pages 17
Publisher John Wiley & Sons
Place of Publication London, Eng.
Keyword(s) conventional conservation approach
critical heritage studies
education
training and capacity building
pedagogical approaches
ethical considerations
institutional frameworks
UNESCO
Summary Over the last three decades, community and professional views of what constitutes significant cultural heritage have broadened in many countries around the world. Heritage practice has moved from a narrowly technical or fabric focus to a values-based approach engaging all stakeholders, including indigenous communities. While much Western heritage knowledge and practice remains indispensable, gaps can be filled in by drawing on other knowledge areas and ethical considerations, including links between heritage practice and human rights. These new directions require new approaches in the preparation of practitioners as well as others engaged in heritage processes. In addition to education and training, a third concept – capacity-building – is overarching and potentially powerful in reaching new heritage actors. The aim of giving heritage a valued role in the life of the community, which applies at global, national, and local levels, represents the greatest challenge for educators, trainers, and capacity-builders in the contemporary world.
ISBN 9781118486665
01118486668
Language eng
Field of Research 210202 Heritage and Cultural Conservation
Socio Economic Objective 950399 Heritage not elsewhere classified
HERDC Research category B1 Book chapter
HERDC collection year 2015
Copyright notice ©2016, John Wiley & Sons
Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30082313

Document type: Book Chapter
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