World heritage: global challenges, local solutions : proceedings of a conference at Coalbrookdale, 4-7 May 2006 hosted by the Ironbridge Institute

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Archaeopress, 2007 - Social Science - 148 pages
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Papers presented at a conference on World Heritage management held at Coalbrookdale, Shropshire, England in May 2006. hosted by the Ironbridge Institute. Contents: 1) Monitoring and Evaluation in the World Heritage Convention (Christopher Young); 2) The Management Plan for the extended World Heritage Site of Budapest (Erzsebet Kovacs); 3) World Heritage Site Branding - The Blaenavon Experience (John Rodger); 4) Frontiers of the Roman Empire World Heritage Site (David J Breeze); 5) Issues and Challenges of World Heritage Sites in Nepal (Brijesh Thapa); 6) Managing the Cultural Heritage of a Natural Heritage Site: A Case Study of the Skocjan Caves, Slovenia (Katie Lamberto); 7) Constructing World Heritage: Strategies for exploring perceptions and practices (Angela McClanahan); 8) From the aemonumentalAe to the aelivingAe heritage: a shift in perspective (Chiara Bortolotto); 9) From basket-case to hanging-baskets: regeneration, alienation and heritage in Ironbridge (Roger White and Harriet Devlin); 10) Kathmandu Valley World Heritage Site Revisited: Some Reflections on the Scientific Documentation, Conservation and Management of Patan Durbar Square, Nepal (Jason Wood); 11) The next big challenge - what are the global implications of climate change for cultural heritage? (Rob Woodside); 12) Protecting Cultural, Natural, and Intangible Heritage Values as a Poverty-Reduction Strategy (Anastasia Telesetsky); 13) What does sustainability have to do with it? Reflections upon heritage language and the heritage of slavery and missionaries (Marie Louise Stig Sensen); 14) Global and Local Factors Influencing Congestion at MacaoAes Most Popular World Heritage Tourist Attractions (Hilary Du Cros and Kong Weng Hang); 15) The Management of Two World Heritage Sites: Xidi and Hongcun in Anhui, China (Tracey L-D Lu); 16) Bridging the Atlantic - Archaeology and Community in England and Bermuda (Paul Belford); 17) The death of a community archaeology project? Ensuring aeconsultationAe in a non-mandated bureaucratic environment (Carol McDavid); 18) Avebury, the village in the stones: international designation and local frustration; 19) Zones of Negotiation: The Auckland MuseumAes Relationships with Pacific Islands Communities (Jennie Morgan); 20) Fossil Collecting at the Joggins Fossil Cliff Protected Site: A New Approach (Robert R. Ogilvie); Community Involvement in the Regeneration of a Historic City Centre (Dennis G. Rodwell).

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Carman is a research fellow at Clare Hall, Cambridge.

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