Critical Perspectives on Cultural Memory and Heritage

Critical Perspectives on Cultural Memory and Heritage

Construction, Transformation and Destruction

Editado por: Veysel Apaydin

Publicado em: 18 de Fevereiro, 2020

Editora: UCL Press

Sobre o livro:
O livro Critical Perspectives on Cultural Memory and Heritage centra-se na importância do património e da memória para a identidade individual e de grupo, e na criação de um sentido de pertença. O livro explora os motivos, e discursos, da destruição do património e da memória em tempos de guerra, conflitos e no âmbito de políticas capitalistas.

Tabela de conteúdos:

Introduction: why cultural memory and heritage?

 Veysel Apaydin

Part I: Conceptualizing Cultural Memory and Heritage

1.     The interlinkage of cultural memory, heritage and discourses of construction, transformation and destruction

            Veysel Apaydin

Part II: Urban Heritage, Development, Transformation and Destruction

2.     Mega-structural violence: considering African literary perspectives on infrastructure, modernity and destruction

Rachel King

3.     Competing for the past: the London 2012 Olympic Games, archaeology, and the ‘wasteland’

Jonathan Gardner

4.     Covert erasure and agents of change in the heritage city

Colin Sterling

5.     Heritage, memory and social justice: reclaiming space and identity

Veysel Apaydin

6.     Amnesia by design: building and rebuilding in a Mediterranean small island state

Reuben Grima

7.     Vanishing heritage, materialising memory: construction, destruction and social action in contemporary Madrid

Jaime Almansa-Sánchez & Nekbet Corpas-Cívicos

Part III: Indigenous Heritage and Destruction

8.     Considering the denigration and destruction of Indigenous heritage as violence

George Nicholas and Claire Smith

9.     Indigenous Latino heritage: destruction, invisibility, appropriation, revival, survivance. Images from Central America.

Paul Edward Montgomery Ramírez

10. Rescuing’ the ground from under their feet? Contract archaeology and human rights violations in the Brazilian Amazon

Bruna Cigaran da Rocha

11. Order and disorder: Indigenous Australian cultural heritages and the case of settler-colonial ambivalence

Amanda Kearney

Part IV: Conflicts, Violence, War and Destruction

12. Cultural memory as a mechanism for community cohesion: the case study of Dayr Mar Elian esh-Sharqi, Qaryatayn, Syria

Emma Loosley Leeming

13. Bosnia and the destruction of identity

Helen Walasek

14. ‘Bombing Pompeii!!! Why not the Pyramids?’ Myths and memories of the Allied bombing of Pompeii.

Nigel D. Pollard

Part V: Heritage, Identity and Destruction

15. Reclaiming the past as a matter of social justice: African American heritage, representation and identity

in the United States

Erin Linn-Tynen

16. Alternating cycles of the politics of forgetting and remembering the past in Taiwan

Nicolas Zorzin

17. A glimpse into the crystal ball: how do we select the memory of the future?

Monique van den Dries & Jose Schreurs

Part VI: Epilogue

18. ‘Cultural heritage is concerned with the future’. A critical epilogue.

Cornelius Holtorf


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