By Yudhishthir Raj Isar,Helmut K Anheier
Heritage, reminiscence and identification are heavily hooked up key terms of our time, each one endowed with enormous rhetorical strength. diverse human teams outline yes gadgets and practices as 'heritage'; they envision background to mirror a few type of collective reminiscence, both lived or imagined; they usually mix either to build cultural identities. this day, the 3 phrases increase conjoined problems with perform, coverage and politics in an more and more globalized global.
Bringing jointly a really worldwide diversity of students, this quantity explores historical past, reminiscence and identification via a various set of topics, together with background websites, practices of memorialization, museums, websites of contestation, and human rights.
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