The Right to Landscape: Contesting Landscape and Human Rights
Jala Makhzoumi, Shelley Egoz, Gloria Pungetti
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2011 - Art - 309 pages
Illustrated with a wide range of global case studies, this book introduces an innovative discourse which links landscape with human rights. Bringing together a multidisciplinary team of scholars, it explores theories that relate to the value of landscape and ways in which it could become a positive tool to protect human rights.
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